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Join Us For our 1st Annual Harvest Bash!

a fundraiser effort to support local food

 

September 15th  

11am -10pm

The Garten @ MTN West

417 N 400 W SLC

A fun-filled day to spotlight the work we are doing in the community to improve the lives of those living with food Insecurities. Dog and Kid friendly!

 

 Local BandsFood Trucks, a Kids Zone, a Local-Food Bake Off, Raffle, Silent Auction, and More!

 Together we can make healthy food accessible to all!

Tickets

$10 

Includes Entrance/Bands for 1 and  1 raffle ticket

$20  

Includes Entrance/Bands for 1, 1 Stainless Steel Pint Glass,

1 drink ticket and

1 raffle ticket

$35

Includes Entrance/Band for 1, 

1 stainless steel pint glass, 2 drink tickets, 1 food ticket, and  1 raffle ticket

Family Pass $90

Includes Entrance/Bands for 4,

2 Stainless Steel Pint Glasses,

  4 raffle tickets, 4 food tickets, 4 Drink Tickets,

and 2 kid Ciders

Buy Tickets to harvest Bash!!!

Our Event Partners

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Local Bands

 

Mojave Nomads is a five piece American rock band from Ogden, Utah. As the “Black Sheep” of the Utah music scene, the Nomads have been shaking things up in a region predominantly dominated by pop music culture since their live debut on Halloween night 2014.

 

The band quickly made it into the studio and recorded their first EP “Black Sheep” at Indie/Folk artist Joshua James’ Willamette Mtn. The success of “Black Sheep” led to spins on national indie radio stations, appearances on local news/radio outlets and a number of high profile gigs. Over the next few years, the band continued to hone in on their sound, playing hundreds of local shows, both headlining and opening for national acts, such as OK GO, STRFKR, The Growlers and Highly Suspect, cementing their reputation as one of the hardest working bands in Utah.

 

In 2017 they hit the road with dates at SXSW, a headlining tour as well as a few dates supporting He is We. They were also the winners of American Musical Supply’s “Catch a Break at AMS” contest, besting thousands of entries from all over the country. This earned them national recognition, a private showcase at D’Angelico’s Guitars in New York City for a room full of industry professionals, as well as numerous sponsorships from companies such as American Musical Supply and QSC Audio. In late 2017, the band signed with Standby Records and plans to release their next EP “Phases” in spring 2018.

Mojave Nomads

MiNX infuses their performance with visual elements, sometimes campy and vaudevillian, and the costumes and stage-props they sometimes employ are simply cherries on top of the already compelling show. Their latest endeavor, Being MiNX, was written to be performed both Unplugged or backed by tracks produced by the dynamic duo, and either way, Raffi and Ischa’s chemistry never disappoints, with or without multi-media presentation.

 

In fact, some fans rave about MiNX’s stripped-down acoustic shows most of all, impressed by the raw talent and energy they bring to every performance. With over three hours of acoustic material and several more hours of electronic tracks, MiNX has been performing at a variety of venues, from coffee-shops, restaurants and bars to concert halls and festivals over the last five years.

 

Citing influences such as Norah Jones, David Bowie, Eurythmics, Sia, Nile Rodgers/Chic, Pharrell Williams and Prince, they are especially inspired by artists who don’t hesitate to include meaningful lyrics over playful, upbeat tunes. Their music reflects a passion for experimentation and a playful disregard for the rules on how music should be made, performed, and shared.

MiNX

With original songs rooted in her Honky Tonk heroes of the past and tone reminiscent of a young Emmylou Harris, Michelle and company (JohnDavis / Electric Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica & Bronk Onion / Upright bass, Vocals) deliver a performance that feels both raw yet refined. Declining her recruitment from NBC's The Voice, Michelle traded bright lights for staying in dirty motels, and a chance to serve the song with her band.

 

Currently working on their new album with no shortage of new material after a long and eventful year, they maintain a heavy touring schedule and continue to showcase their music regionally with lush harmony and ample twang. Their first full album release is scheduled for Spring 2018.

Michelle Moonshine & Co.

Katie Ainge is a singer and a songwriter from Salt Lake City.

With an extensive musical background influenced by classic rock and

country/folk music such as Johnny Cash, America and Led Zeppelin,

Katie adds a modern elegance to Americana rhythms and blues-ey vocals.

 

As a lyricist Ainge tries to relate to many audiences with fresh

lyrical ideas and unique textures. A constantly evolving performer,

Katie's live show will leave you certain of her passion and fluency in

the art of the song.

Katie Ainge

Jesus or Genome is the acoustic project of singer songwriter Michael Cundick based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Michael is certified in permaculture and has a history in activism and community gardening. He is the executive director of the SLC Air Protectors, the co-organizer of the Salt Lake Permaculture Guild, and is the Agricultural Co-Director at the Salt Lake Krishna temple where he helps run a food forest and community garden.

 

His music is spiritual, thought provoking and has elements of punk/hardcore rock influence from his past bands like Loom, Worst Friends, and the Hifi-Massacre who he had the opportunity to tour the country with on many occasions. In 2017 his live band often includes Rhett Robertson (bass, back-up vocals), Curtis Stahl (drums), Jason Rawlings (cello/percussion), and Maomi Sunshine (live painting).

Jesus or Genome

Food Trucks

 

Garden O'Veaten

Garden O’Veaten mobile meals is the root of a movement to inspire whole-food, plant based eating for sustainable living. We are passionate about delivering, organic, gluten-free, non-GMO, fresh and delicious handcrafted meals using many local sources.

Shylo's Mobile Café

Shylo’s Mobile Café is a new food truck that serves fresh and hearty artisan sandwiches, soups, fries and pies. Strategically located at different hot spots in Salt Lake City, Shylo’s Mobile Café will quickly become the premier lunch and dinner destination downtown.

Kids Corner

 

11:00am-10:00pm (all day)

Leaf and fruit printing

Bring old t-shirts, reusable bags or anything else to be transformed with a design of leaves and fruits. Paper will also be provided for masterpieces that can be hung up around the house.

2:00pm-4:00pm & 7:00pm - 9:00 pm

Upcycled Boat Races

Re-purposing household items, kids will make and decorate their very best boat. Then Race them in a pool driving by wind and squirt gun power. Instruction and races held twice at 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm.

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Milk carton bird feeder

Using old milk cartons, kids can make their very own bird feeder. Instruction on bird feeder crafting will be from 4-6 pm.

11 am -10 pm (all day)

Yard Games

We'll also have outdoor games all-day like corn hole and lawn golf.

Harvest Bast 1st Annual Baking Competition

 

Be part of the local food culture and show off your skills as a culinary artist.

Make your finest creation using local fruits and vegetables for prizes and bragging rights.

Your creations will be judged by a panel of local bakers with prizes going to the two best in each category and to the entry using the most local ingredients.

Categories

Jams

Breads

Pies

Register for the Baking Competition

Fill out this form to Register for Jams, Breads, or Pies competitions