PRESS RELEASE September 15, 2011 PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC INTEREST GROUP ORGANIZES BENEFIT CONCERT
TO RESTORE ACCESS TO, AND USE OF, UTAH’S RIVERS AND STREAMS
The Utah Stream Access Coalition has teamed up with local rockers “Royal Bliss,” and the
nightclub “The Huka Bar & Grill” to raise funds for, and public awareness of, the ongoing fight to restore
and preserve the right of its members and the public to lawfully access and use the Utah’s rivers and
streams for recreational and other lawful purposes. Local favorite rock?n?rollers “Royal Bliss” are
volunteering their time and talents to support the cause with an acoustic show, and “The Huka Bar &
Grill” has agreed to award 100% of ticket sales to the Coalition.
The show will be Wednesday, October 5th. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the concert will start at 8 p.m.
Come early to enjoy pre?show fly fishing films. Ticket price will be $20, and all proceeds from ticket sales
will go to the Utah Stream Access Coalition to support their efforts. The “The Huka Bar & Grill” is located
at 151 E. 6100 S. in Murray, Utah. This is NOT an all ages show – you must be at least 21 to attend.
Additional sponsors include numerous nationally known makers of fly fishing rods, reels, gear & clothing,
fly tying supplies and materials, and boating supplies, which are providing merchandise for door prize
drawings. Additionally, a full?day fly?fishing trip for Louisiana Redfish with Capt. Tristan Dare of Higher
Education Guide Service will be auctioned off to the highest bidder at intermission. Preconcert films will
include highlights from independent fly fishing filmmaker Mikey Weir’s latest production, “Soulfish II.”
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The Utah Stream Access Coalition is a Utah nonprofit corporation, and federally recognized 501(c)(4)
organization, whose mission is to restore and preserve the right of its members and the public to lawfully
access and use the Utah’s rivers and streams for recreational and other lawful purposes. While the Utah
Stream Access Coalition is a non?profit organization, donations to it are NOT tax deductible.
For further information on the Utah Stream Access Coalition and the show, go to: