I will be performing many of the new songs from my upcoming CD project. This will be a chance for you to be a part of the process. Call 435-851-4373 or 435-825-8045 for questions, food assignment, and reservations.
Bluff, the first Anglo community in southeastern Utah, was settled in April 1880 by Mormon pioneers seeking to establish a mission on the San Juan River in the present-day Four Corners area. The San Juan area of southeastern Utah was then known as a refuge for lawless men. The San Juan Mission would act as a buffer for the rest of settled Utah, establish law and order, and maintain friendly relations with the Indians in the area.
I will be performing many of the new songs from my upcoming CD project. This will be a chance for you to be a part of the process. For tickets contact Desiree at 435-419-0587 or email@example.com. Pot Luck starts at 6:00 p.m with concert at 7:00.
This will be a one and a half hour show on the Main Stage and will include The Kaye Sisters.
From their website, "Set on the shady lawn of the historic Logan Tabernacle on Father's Day weekend, Summerfest offers fine art, great food and entertainment to it's visitors as well as quality entertainment with headliner concerts each evening."
The National Oregon/California Trail Center is located within the beautiful Bear Lake Valley of Southeastern Idaho and situated on the historic site of the original Oregon Trail. The Trail Center was built to preserve, perpetuate and promote the pioneer history and heritage of the Oregon/California Trail and the Bear Lake Valley. The Center also includes the beautiful Allinger Community Theatre for viewing films and experiencing cultural/musical events.
This will be a full concert which will include The Kaye Sisters. Pioche is a very cool western town along the eastern strip on Nevada. It is about an hour and a half northeast of Cedar City, UT and about an hour and fortyfive min. south of Ely, NV. Drive time from St. George, UT is about the same as from Ely.
From their website, "Pioche ( pronounced - pee-oach) is located 180 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Hanging on the side of a mountain in Nevada's high desert, it enjoys old-west charm, mild summertime temperatures, fine trout fishing, hunting, and some of Nevada's most scenic state parks." http://piochenevada.org/home.htm
Mary Kaye will be in concert at the Brigham Young Historic Park which is a beautiful, green area just east of Temple Square. It features statue memorials and a pioneer feel with a water wheel spinning through the free-flowing City Creek. This concert is free to the public.
The ampetheater sets at the top of Flag Staff hill where you will enjoy great music while watching a gorgeous Blue Mountains sunset, and overlooking the original Oregon Trail wagon train ruts, where the pioneers first saw the beautiful Baker Valley and the Blue Mountains they still had to cross in the 1800’s.
This fund raising concert for Trail Tenders, Inc., a nonprofit group that supports educational programs, and special project at the Center, will celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with Mary Kaye’s unique brand of western music. Bring the family.