Summer Guide 2010 

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Look long enough for summer to get here, didn’t it? While you’re reconsidering global warming and planning for the imminent new ice age, City Weekly has slapped together the ultimate Summer Guide to help you get the most out of the remaining months of a stable climate.

In the following pages, we’ll plan out the perfect summer day(s) for you, show you where to occupy the kiddies, fulfill your summer-stock theater dreams, load up your festival calendar, ask the experts how to throw a rock show, and then drop a concert schedule on you that would impress even the most highway-hardened roadie.

If you planned to relax this summer, this ain’t the place. For the rest of you, welcome to Summer Guide 2010!

As Good As It Gets: 10 Perfect Summer Days in Utah
By City Weekly Staff

Kidding Around: 10 Kid's Summer Camps in Salt Lake City
By Austen Diamond

Must Love Music: Local concert promoters describe the perilous path to enlightenment.
By Randy Harward

The “Musts” of Summer: If you do only one thing this summer...
By City Weekly staff

A Play a Day: Complete Utah Theater Schedule Summer 2010
Compiled by Alice Chen

Fair Weather: Complete Utah Fairs & Festivals Schedule Summer 2010
Compiled by Alice Chen

Around the Rockies: Regional Summer Festivals

Live In the Beehive: Complete Utah Concert Schedule Summer 2010
Compiled by Mike White

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