That evening, as it had warmed up considerably in the valley, we packed our cooler and went up to Snowbird for the Cool Air Concert series. We had to park further down than usual, halfway to the lower lot, in fact, due to the weekend's Adventure + Gear Fest (which, I don't know how we hadn't heard about that).
The evening's [free] entertainment was a little different from the usual bands they get for the Cool Air Concert Series. The opener was DJ Che, a local club DJ spinning the tunes - or at least syncing up the files on his laptop. The headliner was Yak Attack, a Portland, Oregon, "live electronica trio." Featuring a percussionist, bassist and keyboardist, they blended jazz, funk, house and electronic music, including live loops set up by the keyboardist. It was mellow and pretty funky stuff, and the photo below doesn't show that there were actually a fair number of people up dancing, including a group of kids who danced for the entire set.
They even got called back for multiple encores, which was pretty cool even with a smaller crowd than they're likely used to playing. Their music isn't what I'd search out to see live but it would be great playing in the background all day at home or at work.