JRC Events Presents

Wild Powwers

Monday,
March 14, 2022
7:30PM MDT
Kilby Court
741 South Kilby Court (330 West)
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

General Admission Advance

On sale through Mar 14 2022

Price: $12.00
Service Fee: $2.69

General Admission Day of Show

On sale starting Mar 14 2022

Price: $12.00
Service Fee: $3.20

Kilby Court, Urban Lounge, and Metro Music Hall is requiring proof of vaccination or a negative covid test for attendees until further notice. Printed or digital copies are accepted. 


JRC Events Presents:

Wild Powwers
+ guests tba

All ages show!

Doors 7:00
Show 7:30

Tickets on sale now : www.jrcslc.com

Kilby Court
741 S Kilby Ct.
Salt Lake City, UT

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- Previous tour history with Helms Alee, Howardian, Fall of Troy, and Kylesa.
- Appearances at Kaleidascope, Lindas, Macefield, and Capitol Hill Block Party.
- Features on KEXP, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger.


“WILD POWWERS GETS UNDER YOUR “SKIN”. WITH IT’S NEW ALBUM, THE TRIO PROVES THAT IT’S THE ONLY MODERN SEATTLE GRUNGE BAND THAT MATTTERS.” – SEATTLE WEEKLY

 Like every good band ever, Wild Powwers have imbued a very individual sense of character into their music... The band has a deep regard for song structure, a great facility for building their songs. Slinking around with them like dance partners in a dimly lit bar and proceeding to pump their fists hard ... Starting them up like a car engine, giving them a second to warm up, and hitting the throttle with gusto…It goes a long way to exhibit the multitudes in which Wild Powwers are capable of showing: Humor and sadness, the spirit of their influences and the force of their own personality…The bitter with the sweet. That’s how some of the best things are made. – Martin Douglas KEXP

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Last September, local trio Wild Powwers quietly released a booming, potent, and intelligent rock record. Doris Rising boasts heavy, crunching guitars and sinewy percussion, all expertly tempered by gorgeous, forceful vocals. The latter are mainly courtesy of guitar player Lara Hilgemann , but backup vocals throughout the record enhance everything they touch. Bass undercurrents are handled by Jordan Gomes, and the aforementioned drum work is that of the inimitable Lupe Flores. This is one of those records you put on and then don’t turn off until it’s weeks later and you realize it’s the only thing you’ve been listening to. It’s an addicting affair, and according to Flores, the band is already at work on a new one. Get in now so you can say, “I told you so.” GRANT BRISSEY (The Stranger)