Caleb & the Homegrown Tomatoes is the result of longtime friends from different projects and bands coming together to make a sound completely of their own. A splendid blend of Southern Rock and Americana, with just enough hints of Texas and Alt Country to keep the sound as down home as possible. The five piece […]
Ever find yourself bored after years of going to the same events in the Valley? Come to The Cache and meet young artists trying to expand the music culture in Logan, by providing new experiences and ideas. $5 at the Door.
Sarah Christensen Cache Valley’s Queen of Comedy will be killing it @The Cache on February 28th! As always Thirsty Thursday’s are free and our mic is “Open” for anyone to get their 15 minutes of fame. You can sing, dance, play, music, perform stand up comedy, slam down poetry, or rock some karaoke. Sorry, no […]
The Cache Venue is welcoming back Disconnected for Open Mic Night on Thirsty Thursday. They’re a rock and roll group that brought a heavy garage band feel to them. Come check them out on March 7th.
Distant Horizon is a alternative rock band in Cache Valley that is inspired by the sound of blues, metal, and indie rock. Come see them rock out on Thirsty Thursday, March 14th @ The Cache. Doors at 6:30 Shows at 7:00
Hailing from the land of brutal winters and deep dish pizza, North by North have developed their own brand of infectious, spastic yet finely-honed rock and roll. They seamlessly toe the line between 3 minute garage pop anthems and your dad’s favorite “prog-rock deep cuts” cassette tape, with plenty of hooks to spare. Opening for […]
Lavi$h has performed in LA from coast 2 coast and in his city for touring artists such as yung simmie, Chief keef, K CAMP. He’s thrown his own concerts and performed at his graduation. He was featured on u92 Barz and sold out of his merchandises at his cities parade. Lavi$h has so much ambition, […]
Let’s Get This Started Tour 2019 Foreign Figures Jacob Lee Dylan Gardner The Cache All ages Doors at 8 PM -11PM Tickets: $14 ADV / $16 at the door Tickets can be purchased online at www.foreignfigures.com About Dylan Gardner: Dylan Gardner wants to have it both ways. He is a 22-year-old multi-instrumentalist, writer, producer, and […]
Electronic reggae-dub innovators, Jon Wayne and The Pain have been mesmerizing fans for nearly a decade, with their signature JWP cosmic-blend of electronic beats, fused with upbeat roots-reggae music and psychedelic funk. Project 432, This Denver based band mixes a variety of styles, they draw you in with their steady soothing heartbeat created by […]
The Cache Venue is Logan's favorite events venue. Whether you want to catch your favorite local band rock out on our state-of-the-art sound system or host your next company or family party, the Cache Venue is where it's at.
Developed with over $18,500 in generous donations from local citizens, the Cache Venue has been fully renovated and boasts a brand new stage, speakers, and PA system as well as an in-house commercial kitchen. These amenities allow us to host events of all kinds including concerts, dinners, open-mic nights, and other special events. The venue is open for private parties and events as well.
Come and join us for one of our events or host your own. The Cache Venue is where it's at.
The Cache Venue is well on its way to becoming the best venue Logan has ever had! It features a large stage and a state of the art sound system in a clean, comfortable and modern gathering space. All ages are welcome, and food and drinks are available in the iconic former Gia’s space above the Factory Pizza. You can lease the space for your own event or come and see shows that we are putting on. There is plenty of parking right across the street at Garff Wayside Gardens Park. All the money we get from shows goes right back into the venue, so your support ensures that we will keep getting better and better.
Mark Lunt fell in love with Logan as he was strolling its streets as a mailman, and the Cache Venue is his latest attempt to make Logan more happinin’. Mark and his wife Janice are notorious for pushing Logan forward. In addition to serving on several local boards, they have rolled up their sleeves to make things happen. A few of their biggest hits are: co-founding Hip Mama’s Lemon-Aid over 15 years ago at the Gardner's Market, spearheading the battle to construct the Boulevard Trail which connects downtown to USU, and saving the Island Market when it needed a new roof and running it for the last 5 years. Now Mark’s focus is the Cache Venue and his goal is to make downtown Logan more happinin’ by providing a space for the community to come together and have a rockin' good time!!