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Lounge Act Tuesday: Blue Man Group, Trampled by Turtles & more

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Are you blue? Tuesday night has what you need.---

The Blue Man Group opens a multi-night stint at Kingsbury Hall Tuesday night, and if you've never seen the theatrical/musical group outside of an episode of Arrested Development, you should seriously consider checking out the show. It's funny, it's artistic and can be kind of rocking, at times.

The Depot is hosting the fleet-fingered Trampled by Turtles Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Minnesota punky bluegrass crew has gotten pretty big the past few years, and their live show is exactly why, so check it out if you like the acoustic things in life.

Salt Lake City Green Drinks is hosting a networking and socializing opportunity in South Salt Lake City, jointly sponsored by Garbett Homes, DwellTek, Utah Geothermal, Cali’s Natural Foods & HEAL Utah. It starts at 6 p.m.

Kilby Court is hosting a rockin' little show with Deas Vail, Sick of Sarah and Now Now, starting at 7 p.m. And, of course, you can join City Weekly at Brewvies to watch Sons of Anarchy on the big screen for free, starting at 8 p.m.

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