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Keep the Good Times Rolling

You came for the skiing, but you'll stay for the performances, parties, and fun family activities—all within minutes of your city hotel or resort lodge. Ski City has wonderful museums, a vibrant live-music scene, and a continuous list of exciting events. The combination of snow-covered mountains and urban amenities creates options you never thought possible.




The thing that makes Salt Lake such a unique destination for ski vacations (aside from The Greatest Snow on Earth), are all the surprising things you can pull off during your trip.
One of the best ways to end a powder day is by catching a great band in a great venue. Here are some of the best spots to see live music in Salt Lake.
It's last chair, but you're far from ready to turn in for the evening. Here's one resident skier's recommendations for post-shred eats, drinks, and entertainment.
Eve Winter Fest is Salt Lake's biggest New Year's Eve party, featuring live music and performances, adult beverages, a city access pass, transportation, and more fun than your kids can handle (trust us).
From massages and steam rooms to donuts and coffee, here are six of the best ways to get your romance on in Salt Lake.
If a vacation for you just won't be as much fun without your four-legged friend, don't worry—Salt Lake has plenty of dog-friendly options, from hotels to hikes to dog-sitters.
Applications are closed for the 2016 Shootout, but you can find out more about this high-stakes contest, including prizes, categories, and dates, right here.

As the host of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Salt Lake has a rich Olympic legacy for you to explore. Here's a list of Olympic venues and what you can see and do there.
Maestro Thierry Fischer is one of Salt Lake's most interesting characters. Here he discusses his symphonic achievements, the Utah Symphony & Opera's special après ski offer, the importance of nature, and his run-in with the ski patrol.

Talia Keys is a local musician (of Ski City video fame) who's skied Alta for as long as she can remember. Her perspective on Salt Lake is unique, as is her musical and personal style.