Live Music Salt Lake City
The Green Pig Pub offers live music four days a week. Monday’s offer an open mic Blues Jam hosted by the “West Temple Tail Draggers”. Musicians can drop in to listen and are able to sign up to jump in and jam with fellow artists. Just remember, we do blues and we want to hear you.
On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night starting at ten o’clock, we offer live bands playing a variety of genres. We are always looking for the best in local musicians. Stop in to see who is playing or you can always check out the events page or become a friend of The Green Pig Pub by joining our FaceBook page to get daily updates and line-ups on the bands and the nights that they are playing.
The line up of bands is constantly changing as we always have new bands that are looking for a place to play in a downtown Salt Lake City live music venue. For your listening pleasure, we update our website with upcoming bands and if you join our FaceBook page, you will receive updates for the evenings events and of course advance notice for big shows that you won’t want to miss. Make sure to check the calendar often or our website or our page to keep up to date.
The Green Pig Pub is downtown Salt Lake City’s live music venue for all your favorite bands and maybe some that you don’t yet know but will definitely enjoy.
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