Summer concerts at Deer Valley
As certain as the return of summer to Deer Valley’s green mountains is the return of outdoor concerts at the resort’s Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. Locals and visitors of all ages have come to expect a full repertoire of musical performances, including Utah Symphony | Utah Opera’s Deer Valley Music Festival, the Park City Performing Arts Foundation St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Outdoor Concert Series, the Frontier Bank Community Concert Series presented by Mountain Town Music, and select shows produced by First Tracks Entertainment (FTE) and United Concerts.
As for the summer concert lineup, the Deer Valley Music Festival, presented by Utah Symphony | Utah Opera, runs from July 17 to Aug. 14 and encompasses a month-long celebration of music, featuring performances of classical and pops at Deer Valley’s renowned Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, Chamber Orchestra and guest chamber performances at Park City’s St. Mary’s Church and salon events in exquisite Deer Valley area homes, where guests will hear and meet artists.
2010 Deer Valley Music Festival performances include: Ben Folds with the Utah Symphony on July 17, Disney in Concert on July 23, Ted Calcara and New Deal Swing on July 24, An American Salute with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on July 30, Bravo Broadway: Broadway Divas! on July 31, 1812 Overture on August 6, Randy Travis with the Utah Symphony on Aug. 7, Mark O’Connor with the Utah Symphony on Aug. 13 and Music of Led Zeppelin with the Utah Symphony on Aug.14. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. For ticket information, please call the Utah Symphony box office at 801-355-ARTS (2787) or visit deervalleymusicfestival.org. Tickets are also sold at Deer Valley Signatures or Etc. stores.
The St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Outdoor Concert Series, presented by Park City Performing Arts Foundation, will also be held at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater this summer. This summer’s lineup includes OneRepublic on July 4, Wynonna Judd on July 20; Michael McDonald on August 8, Earth Wind & Fire on August 20 and Ryan Bingham, Crooked Still and Sara Watkins on September 6. All shows are at 7 p.m., except Ryan Bingham on September 6, which begins at 6 p.m. For information, please call the Park City Performing Arts Foundation at 435-655-3114 or visit ecclescenter.org.
Utah-based United Concerts will present the B.B. King Blues Festival featuring B.B. King, Al Green and Buddy Guy on Aug.24 and the Avett Brothers with Gov’t Mule on Sept. 3. For more information, visit uconcerts.com/
Michael Franti & Spearhead with Jimmy Cliff will perform on July 27, presented by First Tracks Entertainment (FTE). Tickets go on sale May 17 at 10 a.m. For more information, visit franticliff.com.
Deer Valley welcomes the Frontier Bank Community Concert Series presented by Mountain Town Music for a seventh summer season. Ample parking, easy access and the sizeable grassy seating area make this concert series a staple of Park City’s weekly social life. The event is free and features local musical acts every Wednesday night, June 23 to Sept. 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. This year’s lineup is: Motherlode Canyon Band on June 23, Lash LaRue on June 30, George Gregory Band on July 7, Matt Lewis Band on July 14, Wisebird on July 21, Jeanne Rettos on July 28, Bryon Friedman on Aug. 4, Mana Poly All-Stars on Aug. 11, Ryan Hiller on Aug. 18, Shaky Trade on Aug. 25 and Radius on Sept. 1. Picnics and dancing are welcome, but dogs are not permitted. For more information, see mountaintownmusic.org.
The resort is also offering special summer lodging packages to accommodate concert-goers. For details, visit http://www.deervalley.com . For more ticket and event calendar information, please contact Deer Valley Communications Manager Erin Grady at 435-645-6522 or view http://www.deervalley.com/events-calendar.html .
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