S&S Presents

Del Water Gap

Wednesday,
December 1, 2021
7:00PM MST
Kilby Court
741 South Kilby Court (330 West)
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

General Admission Advance

On sale through Dec 1 2021

Price: $13.00
Service Fee: $3.49

General Admission Day of Show

On sale starting Dec 1 2021

Price: $15.00
Service Fee: $4.59

VIP - General Admission

On sale through Dec 1 2021 7:00 PM MST

Price: $70.00
Service Fee: $8.35

-GA Show admission -3 song acoustic performance prior to doors -Q/A -Meet + Greet with Del Water Gap (photo and signing)

At the request of the artist, this event now requires proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours in advance of the event in order for entry. We will accept either vaccine cards or photos of your vaccine card on your phone, as long as the name matches your ID. Masks will be required inside the venue unless actively drinking a beverage. Please email nic@sartainandsaunders.com for any questions or concerns.

Del Water Gap is the solo project of songwriter and producer S. Holden Jaffe, born in New England. He has already amassed a cult-like following with more than 52 million streams worldwide and a slew of collaborations all before a debut album. Most recently he was featured on two songs “(Does It Feel Slow?)” and “New Song'' from Maggie Rogers' 2020 album Notes from the Archive: Recordings 2011-2016. In 2020 he collaborated with Claud on their track “My Body,” which Nylon called “an intimate and bittersweet ballad.

His newest singles “Sorry I Am,” (his debut release with Mom+Pop) and “Hurting Kind” have been well received by fans & media alike. “Sorry I Am” is a deeply confessional track, accompanied by an alluring music video filmed in a picturesque desert in Joshua Tree directed by Angela Ricciardi. This single follows his breakout 2020 track “Ode To A Conversation Stuck In Your Throat,” which racked up over 8.5 million streams on Spotify alone. It was the soundtrack to actors Margaret Qualley and Kaitlyn Dever’s summer pandemic dance party, and earned praise from Vogue UK as an “ear-worm.”