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Lounge Act Wednesday: blues boys and ugly sweaters



We've got your hump day happenings right here!---

The Sun & Moon Cafe up Emigration Canyon is always a worthy stop for some grub. Throw in some world-class blues music, and it's one of the more entertaining experiences you can have in SLC. Wednesday night, Andrew Jr. Boy Jones (pictured) brings his red-hot guitar-pickin' and soulful voice to the joint for a memorable night that starts at 7 p.m.

Ballet West continues its annual holiday favorite The Nutcraker at Capitol Theatre Wednesday night.  Up at Pioneer Memorial Theatre, Annie continues its run, drawing the kids in droves.

The Complex is hosting an Ugly Sweater Dance Party, while the Urban Lounge hosts Spooky Moon, the Blackhounds, Small Town Sinners and Tim & Hope for a big-ass show in a small club.