Devil's Daughter - This is the place to go on Tuesday nights for their rip roaring blues/rockabilly/roots/rock jam. The Hell Jam! (a.k.a. Timmy's Jam). Lots of other live music (and/or DJ), usually of the "harder" "younger" set throughout the week as well. Awesome food too.
Egyptian Theatre (Park City, UT) - Almost once a month or so, this beautiful, old historic theatre at the top of Main Street features great national blues for two, or even three night stands. Essentially a seated setting with a bit of room up front and on side aisles for boogy-ing. Make a night or weekend of it and get grinds and a blues show in the mountains of Park City.
Garage on Beck - - Roadhouse at its best. And killer food to boot. Several times a year The Garage will have local, and even more so, select national blues - often the greasy, rockin' roadhouse, hard drivin' blues bands -- think Andre Williams, Thackery, The 44's and such.
Gracie's - Live music of some sort most every night, and they're not afraid of blues! Mostly local, but every once in awhile a national will stop in. Particularly good food too!
Green Pig Monday nights the place to be is the legendary blues jam anchored by The West Temple Taildraggers. All the all-stars take to the stage here (and one never knows what national talent passing through will join in!). Pretty much took over the old world famous Dead Goat Saloon Monday night jam. Occasional local and/or national blues on non-Monday nights as well.
Hog Wallow - The down home, earthy Hog Wallow features great live local bands most nights of the week, with a healthy dose of them being blues bands - both local AND national so support 'em! Great atmosphere, food and patio in Summer.
O.P. Rockwell - A newly opened music venue in Park City at the very top of Main St. A medium-sized venue serving craft cocktails in a chic atmosphere. Many acts that play The State Room will also play here as part of their tour
Pat's BBQ - Oft cited as the best BBQ in town, Pat's has a warm, homey feel and jukin' little stage with live local blues on Friday and Saturday nights (no cover) and occasional national bands on any number of nights.
Red Butte Garden - Ranked as the best music venue on planet earth (sorry Red Rocks), Red Butte is good for about three or four blues (or certainly, strongly blues-related) headliner shows per summer. No better place to enjoy Buddy Guy, Bonnie Raitt, Trombone Shorty, Gary Clark, Jr., Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jonny Lang or JJ Grey with your picnic and beverage of choice under the stars.
The Depot - Beautiful, two-level, large world class venue which holds about 1200 so they do the bigger acts like BB King, George Thorogood, Robert Cray, Keb Mo, Gary Clark, Jr., Taj Mahal and the like.
The State Room An old childrens' theater, but with ample standing/dancing in front of the theater seating, which is good for about one awesome blues gig per month. You're likely to see such stellar stars as Tommy Castro, Coco Montoya, Tab Benoit, Ronnie Baker Brooks and the like.
Urban Lounge - No other bar supports live music more than the Urban Lounge - virtually every night of the week there's live music. RE: Blues, expect more rough-around-the-edges... Sometimes even punk blues, acid blues, hard blues. Blues the "kids" would like!! Think Bob Log III, Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, and such