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Utah Arts Fest announces Summer Solstice Concert


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Kitschy pop-rockers Cake will headline the Utah Arts Festival's annual Summer Solstice Concert this year.---

A familiar face to Utahns for their many past visits, including packing the joint at the Ice House back during the 2002 Winter Olympics, Cake is a good genre-defying choice, thanks to hits like "The Distance," "Italian Leather Sofa" and "Frank Sinatra." And if the weather is better than during last year's Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band show, it should make for some summery fun. Cake's most recent album, Motorcade of Curiosity, was released last year.