Zionized 66: Salt City Soundoff 

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Salt City Indie Arts and Tyler Forsberg are creating a new place for musicians to be heard through the Salt City Soundoff. The event, held on the third Monday of each month, is a competition of local solo acts that fans off the street judge and continues to grow in its first year.

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