The Liquid Blue dance band ready to explore Salt Lake City, Utah.
Perhaps the most prominent landmark is the Salt Lake Temple in the background.
The Restoration of the Aaronic Priesthood statue in front of the Salt Lake Temple.
Peter, James, and John conferring the Melchizedek priesthood on Joseph Smith in 1829.
The construction of the temple took 40 years and was completed in 1893.
This is the Salt Lake Tabernacle organ that accompanies the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
A replica of the Christus Statue depicting the resurrected Jesus Christ.
The Salt Lake Temple is the largest temple (most square footage) of the Mormon Church.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has performed in the Tabernacle for over a hundred years.
The temple is positioned on Salt Lake City's center block, known as Temple Square.
Today the spires of the Salt Lake Temple rise amid downtown high-rises and super malls.
The Utah State Capitol was completed in 1916 and overlooks downtown Salt Lake City.
Vocalist Diana Ferrer loves nothing more than flying in the face of authority.
DJ Layla Loxa discovers an ecologically friendly way to see more of the city.
With the temple now distant, the rest of the band is quick to join her on bicycles.
The fountains at City Creek Center in downtown Salt Lake City lead to the central plaza.
Built in 1909, the Salt Lake City Union Pacific Depot is now a restaurant and music venue.
The offices of the Salt Lake Tribune, the newpaper with the most weekday circulation here.
The SLC Pepper mural is by Jann Haworth, co-creator of the orginal Beatles album cover.
The Liquid Blue party band loves to travel in style.