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Glad You Asked: Quantic, Katchafire and Alex Clare



Dear GYA, I'm just now discovering that if you want people to think you're extremely important, be sure to use the word visceral in every possible conversation. For example, "Oh, you just sort of like Trader Joe's? Well, I have a visceral respect for Trader Joe's, man," You see what I did there?--- Anything happening today where I can force people to hear me say "visceral?" - Hugh Falooten, Spanish Fork   

Hugh, Here are a few things happening tonight that I have a visceral appreciation for:

Enigmatic DJ and producer Quantic will be performing at Urban Lounge. Alleged DJs and Briskoner are also on the bill. The show starts at  8. $12.   

New Zealand roots-reggae band Katchafire will be onstage at Park City Live. The show starts at 9. Tickets are $20. 

That guy who sings that one song, Alex Clare will be live at The Depot. The show starts at 8. Tickets are $23. 

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