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Thursday, June 19, 2014

CWMA Winners' Twilight Dates Announced

Posted By on June 19, 2014, 2:05 PM

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The three winners of the 2014 City Weekly Music Awards—Westward the Tide, Better Taste Bureau and DJ Matty Mo—walked away with a ton of awesome prizes. But what was probably the coolest prize of all was that each winning act was also promised an opening slot at a Twilight Concert Series show, a fantastic opportunity made possible by the Salt Lake City Arts Council. —-

Now, the dates of the three winners' performances have been confirmed. Later this summer, in front of one of Utah's biggest outdoor crowds of music fans, Westward the Tide, Better Taste Bureau and DJ Matty Mo will each perform a 30-minute set at the following shows. Come out and show some support for these locals!


DJ Matty Mo

DJ Matty Mo will open for Run the Jewels and The Wu-Tang Clan on July 31.

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Better Taste Bureau

Rap crew Better Taste Bureau will open for Rapsody & 9th Wonder and De La Soul on Aug. 21.

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Westward the Tide

Folk-rock band Westward the Tide will open for San Fermin and The Head & the Heart on Aug. 28.

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