It's Thursday, so we might as well get the weekend started, yes? Plenty of options for your perusal.
It's Twilight Concert Series night, and Thursday has one of the best lineups of the season with Bright Eyes (pictured) and Wild Nothing slated to hit the Pioneer Park stage at 7 p.m.
Up at Red Butte Garden, it's another fine musical option, with the soulful rock of G. Love and Special Sauce, with killer opener Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue bringing a bit of the Big Easy to the proceedings.
Kilby Court has Lord Huron, a remarkably creative Michigan-via-LA cat with a knack for dance-worthy rhythms in his tunes. He opened for Rural Alberta Advantage a while back, and it was a fine show. Definitely worth a listen.
For the non-musically inclined, a trip to the Main Library to see author Jeremy N. Smith chat about his book, Growing a Garden City, about making communities hotbeds of organic farming and gardening. The chat starts at 7 p.m.
You can also set up shot at Brewvies to view the latest episodes of Louie and Wilfred with the City Weekly Street Team. Not a bad option for the anti-social or laugh-impaired.