SNOWBASIN — The penultimate Blues, Brews & BBQ concert of the 2018 season comes to Snowbasin Resort this weekend.
Summer’s days are numbered at this resort in the mountains above Huntsville, with just one more free outdoor concert left after this Sunday’s show.
Headliner for the Sept. 23 concert will be Night Marcher. Opener will be Crook & The Bluff. The fun begins at noon on the lawn outside Earl’s Lodge at Snowbasin, 3925 E. Snowbasin Road.
Night Marcher is Salt Lake City musician Rob Reinfurt. His Facebook page describes his genre as “Mysterious Groove/Chameleon Psych Pop.” He lists as his influences everything from The Band and the Rolling Stones to Dr. John and Sam Cooke.
Night Marcher performs at 3 p.m.
Prior to that, Crook & The Bluff — another SLC band — take the stage at 12:15 p.m. The four-piece psychedelic rock group features Kirk Dath on vocals, Ryan Arnold on lead guitar, Christian Mills on bass and Darren Farnsworth on drums.
Admission is free; barbecue and local brews will be available for sale.
No outside food or beverage is allowed. Dogs are welcome — except in the lodges or on the patio — but must be on a leash at all times. Umbrellas, shade tents and chairs are also permitted.
The 2018 Blues, Brews & BBQ concert series concludes Sept. 30 with Penrose opening for Tony Holiday and the Velvetones.
For more information, visit www.snowbasin.com or call 888-437-5488.