Get your bonnets and comb your beards, the Monarch Sector is throwing a significant celebration to celebrate the July 24 state holiday this Saturday.
There will be axe throwing, pie eating contests and plenty of cold beer and foot-stomping Americana jams by nearby bands The Snarlin’ Yarns and Orchard Wild at the Saturday current market that will have a larger sized selection of artisan sellers, free child crafts and DJ Bryson spinning records in the Gist for the inclusive, all-ages, alt-Pioneer Working day fest.
A condition holiday break that pays tribute to the to start with Mormon pioneers who landed in the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847, Pioneer Day was a church-like affair celebrated practically completely by those people of the Latter-working day Saint faith until finally radio DJ “Bad Brad” Wheeler, of KUAA group radio in Salt Lake, birthed “Pie & Beer Day” in 2013, giving all Utahans a way to rejoice (and give cheers to) the Beehive State on July 24.
In the same spirit, the Monarch Industry is hosting its initially yearly Beehive Bash with the neo-common pie and beer, introducing live bluegrass and pop tunes from Utah musicians, arts and crafts, On Point Axe Throwing and a quaint sector complete of art and food stuff suppliers.
Delicately Pressed, Cheryls Bagels, Recognised Jewellery, Salt Lake Syrups, Liv Stones, Plant Kandy, Wired Up Creations, JulBud Ranch, Knots By Gisel, Raenbug Refined Ceramics, Like Tree Creations, Charming Sarabellas and Lee’s Market are some of the specialized items signing up for the current market.
Together with its superior-excellent artisan distributors, The Monarch is thrilled to existing Ogden’s alt-bluegrass and improv poetry quartet the Snarlin’ Yarns, the city’s most loved DJ Bryson Dearden and new trio Orchard Wild, whose harmonious blend of indie-folks, Americana and pop is the communicate of the town. All recognized as solo musicians prior to the new tunes job, Nick Garnes, Naomi Harlan and Caleb Wendt will execute individually at Saturday’s display and then together as Orchard Wild.
All the strings, guitars, beats and banjo playing are likely to elicit dancing, which will certainly stir up an urge for food. Ogden Valley Smokehouse food truck will offer scrumptious BBQ and WB’s Eatery will be open up. Chilly craft brews by Roosters Brewing and UTOG will be served at the beer backyard. And for dessert, a pie-consuming contest sponsored by Lee’s Market.
The celebration is absolutely free and open up to all this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Monarch, 455 25th St. in Ogden.