The Salt Lake City Tattoo Convention continues to feature a select group of world-class artists showcasing a variety of styles and techniques.
2013 March 22-24
Exhibit Hall 5
- Salt Palace Convention Center 100 S West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 534-4777
Salt Palace Convention Center 100 S West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 534-4777
Come experience authentic foods, and exciting entertainment at Salt Lake City’s annual Greek Festival. The lively event often attracts up to 50,000 attendees and also features art displays and both 5K and 10K runs.
OPA!! Welcome to the Greek Festival. Here you will witness a variety of traditional Greek folk dances performed by our dance groups. The suite of dances will consist of Pan-Hellenic dances (danced throughout Greece with regional variances) and dances from the mainland and islands.
The most popular form of the Greek folk dance is the open circle, with regular handhold position, moving counter-clockwise. Next is the straight line with arms on shoulders of adjacent dancers. The third form is the curved-line dance with the basket-weave hold.
1st Week of September
- Salt Lake Greek Festival
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 279 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 (801) 328-9681
Belly Dancers Showcase Shimmies at Masonic Temple April 23, 2011
There is no shortage of chances to see belly dance performances in this valley, with the large number of belly dancing groups, classes and associations available. But the Meeting of the Tribes is one the biggest belly-dancing performance of the year, encompassing “tribes” throughout the state in an extravaganza, Saturday, April 23, of more than three hours at the Masonic Temple Auditorium, 650 East South Temple, 1-4:30 pm.
Performers include Juana Ghani Gypsy band, Moroccan Winds, Isis, Christopher, & Katherine, Perizada,Troupe Tarab, Oryantal Dansi, Belly Dancing By Thia, Scimitar, Sahara Dreams, Amaya Saltana, Gypsy Flame, Sight of Water Dance Studio, Celeste and Amura.
Admission is $7 at the door.
- Masonic Temple
650 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84102 (801) 363-2936
The Wasatch Avian Education Society (W.A.E.S.) and Shahravar are pleased to announce Belly Dance for the Birds, a Middle Eastern dance showcase and fundraiser for avian education along the Wasatch Front on Saturday, April 30th from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at the UOU Post Theater.
Enjoy some of Utah’s top professional belly dancers including Shahravar and her students including Susan Kelly, president of W.A.E.S. along with shimmering veils, singing cymbals, sharp swords and a fantastic variety of inspiring performances.
There will also be a silent auction for an assortment of gift baskets, gift certificates, and artwork by local artists.
Wasatch Avian Education Society is a registered nonprofit organization in the State of Utah, located in the Salt Lake City area. 2011 marks the 17th year of service to the community and the exotic birds that are so much a part of our lives. They are dedicated to the study and keeping of birds, with an emphasis on having parrots as pets. They also offer rescue and adoption services.
Shahravar will be celebrating her 20th year in Belly Dance! She began studying and performing Middle-Eastern Dance styles in 1991. Her dance background includes Egyptian Cabaret, Turkish, American Tribal, Saudi Folk, Khallegy, Tunisian, and Lebanese Debke line dances. She began teaching in 1993. She’s a founding and current member of Habibi Habibi, a professional Middle Eastern style dance troupe. Shahravar also created the Shah Sitara Collaborative in 2005. In 2009, she was awarded “Best Fusion Belly Dance” by City Weekly. She now teaches a variety of classes throughout the Salt Lake Valley and opened her Urban Gawazii Belly Dance studio in 2009.
Tickets for the event are $10.00 and will be available at www.slcbellydance.com, www.wasatchavian.com/specialevent.html or at the door the night of the show. All proceeds go to Wasatch Avian Education Society..
Souzana of Alaska, one of the leading ladies of danse orientale, will be in Salt Lake City to perform March 18, 2011 at Sugar Space in Sugar House along with guest performances by Yasamina, Amura, Eulia, Kelsey and Amanda, Isis, Linda-Linda, Sahara and Dansi Oriental.
Time: March 18, 2011 7pm – 9pm
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Show tickets are available at www.thesugarspace.com
Come for some delicious coffee and a night of Belly Dancing and Rock & Roll featuring Barefoot Belly Dance, Amanda, Shalee, Kelsey, and Dehlia.
Held at the intersection of 900 South and 900 East in Salt Lake City, the 9th and 9th Street Festival has become an annual event where everyone from the city converges to enjoy food, fun and music. This year’s event will be held all day on September 19th, 2009 and promises to be better than ever with an amazing line-up of performers, an eclectic mix of local artists, and purveyors of fine foods. Something fun for both children and adults!
Sponsored by the East Liberty Community Council, the 9th and 9th Street Festival was conceived as a way to bring neighbors together in what has quickly become one of the city’s most unique, eclectic and desirable neighborhoods. This is a celebration of a neighborhood put on by neighbors. Its free, its fun! bring the dog, the kids, the stroller and come down and join us.
Wasatch Coaching Academy (Student Rock Bands)
BellyDancing by Thia is proud to present All performing Troupes for the Annual Troupe Recital. Come join us in a spectacular theater show, starring Troupes Nova I & II, Topaz, Amethyst, Allure, Azalea, Pandemoniyum, O’Stara & Wysteria with special performances by Thia, Meada, Kissa, Mecha & Heidi. Tickets are $6 each, for more information contact Thia 801-266-0473.
Shahravar performs with Kairo by night at Meeting of the Tribes. Meeting of the Tribe’s goal is to serve as a common ground for the purpose of mutual support and understanding of the ancient art of danse orientale in Utah.