During a night of dancing and entertainment headlined by local stars and talent, family doctor Pablo Johnson and his dance partner Erika Ring, a Moab swing dance instructor, took first place at the Moab Multicultural Center’s sixth annual Dancing with the Moab Stars.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour returns to Moab Oct. 5-6. Featuring the best films on mountain sport, culture and adventure, this is the 16th year the festival has come to Moab.
Arches National Park will celebrate its designation as an International Dark Sky Park on Saturday evening, Sept. 21. Rangers from around the Colorado Plateau will be on hand to “share the wonders of the night sky.” Constellation tours and telescope viewing will also be available.
The Cody Joe Hodges band played a free concert Monday evening at Aarchway Inn to close out Labor Day weekend. Hodges, above, has a sound that harkens back to the country-western sound that was popular a few decades ago.
The Moab Music Festival continues this week with concerts at the newly opened HooDoo Hotel, Star Hall, Sorrel River Ranch and high school auditorium.
Tickets are available for the Sixth Annual Dancing with the Moab Stars, what organizers call “The most fun and amazing fundraiser of the year,” Sept. 13.
Local Bluegrass group Quicksand Soup celebrates the release of four new CDs – The American Music Collection – on successive Wednesdays at the Moab Backyard Theater, 56 West 100 South, starting at 7 p.m. Sept. 11.
It’s been 70 years since the founding of the Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission–the longest-running film commission in the world–and Director Bega Metzner and her team have come up with a great plan to celebrate the milestone.
If iconic Utah journalist-turned-historian Rod Decker’s book, “Utah Politics – The Elephant in the Room,” is half as entertaining and informative as was his lecture Tuesday night at the Museum of Moab, readers are in for a treat.
The Moab Music Festival began this week with a raft trip Monday, Aug. 26, followed by a concert down the Colorado River Thursday, Aug. 29 in its grotto location. The first festival concert to be held in town this season is Aug. 30 at 7 p.m., when musicians present Home From War, inspired by the 100th anniversary of the World War I Armistice.
The Moab Music Festival begins its 27th season under the theme, “A Trip To France, Brazil, Venezuela, and Back.” Concerts will be spread from Aug. 26 to Sept. 12.
The latest installation of public art has taken place at the Moab Arts & Recreation Center in the form of a mosaic.