Deer Valley Music Festival continues with two shows this weekend
A group called The Orchestra will perform hits from 70’s hybrid rock and orchestral group, the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) starring former ELO members on July 25.
ELO’s roster has changed numerous times over the years, with no fewer than 18 members contributing to the band’s sound.
The group’s spectacular run of success in the 1970s and 1980s included numerous gold and platinum albums and Top 10 hits such as "Can’t Get It Out of My Head" and "Telephone Line," as well as producing the groundbreaking "Spaceship" tour.
The following evening, on July 26, the Deer Valley Music Festival will feature an extraordinary rock ‘n’ roll celebration of the life and music of John Lennon starring look-and-sing-alike artist Tim Piper.
The show titled "Just Imagine" intertwines Lennon’s songs with the stories behind them to create a unique and electrifying multimedia concert experience.
Backed by rock band Working Class Hero, featuring bassist Greg Piper, guitarist Don Butler, keyboardist Morley Bartnof and drummer Don Poncher. Piper channels Lennon in this critically acclaimed tribute.
The Utah Symphony will not be performing at these concerts.
Enjoy VIP parking, a pre-concert gourmet dinner, premium reserved seating, and an intermission reception with a Deer Valley Music Festival VIP Package. For more information, call 801-869-9010 or visit our VIP page.
Single tickets can be purchased online at deervalleymusicfestival.org and through ArtTix outlets by calling 801-355-ARTS (2787). Ticket prices will increase $5 when purchased the day of the performance.
Tickets for July 25 and July 26 will also be available at Deer Valley Signature Stores. Call 800-833-2002 for store locations and hours.
For more information, visit http://www.deervalleymusicfestival.org.
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