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Arts to Zion TOUR

Designed to provide a more complete arts experience, the Desert Pulse Live Music Tour adds a significant amount of music to the event with a focus on Saturday, Jan. 18. That day, live music

will begin around 10 a.m. in St. George and continue at other tour stops around the city throughout the day, leading to evening music at George’s Corner, Twisted Noodle Café, and Zion Brewery’s new Station 2.

Performers include Nick Adams, Amanda Barrick and Steve Stay, Dick Earl’s Electric Witness, Mike and Elaine, River House Band, Carmen and Casey of Second Echo, Thistles and Knots, and Celeste Tolman, among others. Visit or check out the event brochure as times and venues are finalized.

Scott says the major focus on music on this day is to provide an artistic experience for those who are visually impaired or maybe just aren’t as interested in visual art. Organizers also hope that it might increase the interest in visual art among music-lovers while also enhancing the experience for visual art fans.

On Sunday, Jan. 19, there will be tour stops and live music in both Springdale and the Kayenta area of Ivins. The galleries at Kayenta’s Coyote Gulch Art Village in Ivins will host a Fine Art Walk that day with artists in residence at the galleries.