About Us

The Sun Trapp has been a staple in the Salt Lake City gay community since 1991. This locally-owned and operated business is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all, with great drinks and food at an affordable price. Whether you’re looking to dance the night away or just relax with friends, The Sun Trapp is the place for you.

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Contact The Sun Trapp

Phone:  (385) 235-6786

Fax:  (801) 359-3848

Website: thesuntrapp.com

Email: info@suntrapp.com

Address :102 S 600 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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About Joe Redburn (Chef / Owner)

Joe Redburn is the founder of two iconic Salt Lake City gay bars, Club 90 and Trax. He was also responsible for bringing the beer to what became the first Utah Pride celebration. Joe has been a fixture in Utah’s LGBTQ community for over four decades, and his bars have been central gathering places for generations of queer people.
In addition to his work in the bar industry, Joe has also been active in local politics. He was a co-founder of the Utah Stonewall Democrats and served as its president from 1997-1999. In 2004, he was elected to the board of directors of Equality Utah, where he served until 2012.
Joe is a passionate advocate for LGBTQ rights and equity, and he remains an important figure in Utah’s queer community.
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