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Mary Kaye's Upcoming Performances


Union County Fair - Mary Kaye in Concert

Union County Fair Grounds, La Grande, OR

Mary Kaye looking forward to returning to beautiful La Grande, OR. Set at the foot of the Blues in the beautiful Grande Ronde Valley.


Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

Outdoor Ampitheater, 22267 OR-86, Baker City, OR

This is a spectacular setting atop Flagstaff Hill right along the Old Oregon Trail and overlooking the beautiful Baker Valley.


Concert in the Park - Oxbow, OR

Copperfield Park & Campground, Oxbow, OR

This is a beautiful setting on the edge of the Snake River on the boarder between Oregon and Idaho near Hells Canyon. Come on out and bring your lawn chair. Start time is 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

Copperfield Park is downstream of Oxbow Dam on the Oregon side of the Snake River. The park was built in 1965 on the old town site of Copperfield, Oregon. Copperfield was a mining town known as "the rowdiest town in Oregon" in the early 1900s. Fire destroyed the town in August 1915. It is one of four parks Idaho Power maintains in the Hells Canyon area.


Texas Panhandle Barn Concert

Bussard's Red Barn, 2nd Street, Lipscomb, TX

Lance & Tanja Bussard’s New Red Barn 6 PM Pot Luck Supper with 7 PM Concert. Bring your lawn chairs. This performance will include The Kaye Sisters.


41st Annual National Old Time Music Festival

Plymouth County Fairgrounds, LeMars, Iowa

On Monday evening, Aug. 29th, Mary Kaye will be receiving a Rural Roots Music Commission CD of the Year Award for her album Ride A Wide Circle. At that time she will also be performing from 9:00 to 9:30 p.m. and then again the next day from 10:00 to 1030 a.m.


Panguitch Lake Fall Festival - Mary Kaye & The Kaye Sisters

25 S. Main St. (Utah Highway 143), Panguitch Lake, UT

Panguitch Lake’s Fall Festival is scheduled for Friday, September 16, and Saturday, September 17, 2016. Join us for food, dancing, live music, storytelling, folklore, crafts, as well as Pioneer and Native American games.