St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer ConcertsThe 2o17 St Regis Big Stars Bright Night summer concerts have been announced, and they’re bigger and better than ever.  Whether you bring your own blankets and chairs, or enjoy relaxing in our reserved seats, the only thing to rival the beauty of your surroundings is the talent on the stage. Their summer concerts have always included legendary performers, as well as artists presented for your discovery. From Lyle Lovett, Gipsy Kings and BB King, to One Republic, Dierks Bentley, Goo Goo Dolls, Sarah Bareilles, and Earth Wind and Fire.  The 2017 lineup is no exception, with Kellie Pickler and Grammy Award winner entertainer, Melissa Etheridge.  One thing is guaranteed: You won’t be able to tell who’s having more fun— you or the artists.

Park City is thrilled to see this summer’s outstanding cast of performers at the Park City Institute’s  St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights 2017 Concert series. There’s another great mix of musical genres and all the artists are legends, including Kellie Pickler, Melissa Etheridge, and more.  It’s great to see Park City build on its already tremendous cultural offerings.

Join us in Park City for a summer of music in the mountains.

To make your Park City getaway a complete vacation – Identity Properties is offering the following St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer Concert Park City package which includes:

  • Condominium lodging for two nights at the Jupiter Inn condominiums
  • St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights  (lawn seating for two adults, based on availability at time of booking)
  • Park City Sport bike rental (half day rental for two adults

Package rates start from $98 per person per night* + tax when you stay at the Jupiter Inn condominiums.

St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights 2017 Summer Concerts
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR MEMBERS!!
General Public Tickets Sale open April 12, 2017

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St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer concertsJuly 3, 2017
X Ambassadors

Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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X Ambassadors (July 3), hit No. 7 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, with their debut single “Renegade.” The song created a stir, with its anthemic sound, and its inspiring video highlighting the accomplishments of people with disabilities. Hailing from Ithaca, NY, brothers Casey Harris (lead vocals) and Sam Harris (keyboardist), with bandmates Noah Feldshuh (lead guitar) and Adam Levin (drums), dropped their first album, VHS, in 2015.


St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer ConcertsJuly 16, 2017
Kellie Pickler
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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Since auditioning for American Idol, in 2006, at age 19, country singer Kellie Pickler (July 16), has become a recording artist with a solid list of hits on the country and pop charts, a Dancing with the Stars champion, a three-time ASCAP award winner, and a three-time CMT Award winner.


St Regis Big Stars Bright NightsJuly 23, 2017
Aloe Blacc
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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Grammy nominee, and “Wake Me Up” singer, Aloe Blacc (July 23), got us moving with his singing-dancing-storytelling at his 2015 Labor Day show on the Big Stars, Bright Nights stage. He is back this summer, with a soul-and-hip-hop performance that promises to lift you up.


St Regis Big Stars Bright NightsJuly 27, 2017
Melissa Etheridge
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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Rock icon, Grammy winner, and Oscar winner, Melissa Etheridge (July 27), brings her M.E. Live tour, to our stage. With the release of her first new album since 2014, MEmphis Rock and Soul, Etheridge pays homage to the legendary Stax Records. Etheridge last rocked the Snow Park Amphitheater at Big Stars, Bright Nights in 2011.


St Regis Big Stars Bright NightsAugust 6, 2017
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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The all-volunteer San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (August 6) has embodied an unparalleled standard of talent-driven social justice, since its first appearance in 1978, at the candlelight vigil following the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. Their first nine-city U.S. tour, in 1981, was so impactful, the Chorus helped many of its host cities establish their own gay men’s choral groups.


St Regis Big Stars Bright NightsAugust 15, 2017
American Acoustic
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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American Acoustic: Punch Brothers, I’m With Her, and Julian Lage (August 15) brings two Nickel Creek alumni—Chris Thile and Sarah Watkins—and a host of other talented musicians, together, for an unparalleled jazz-and-bluegrass-infused jam session. Punch Brothers, fronted by Prairie Home Companion host Thile, with Paul Kowert (bass), Noam Pikelny (banjo), Chris Eldridge (guitar), and Gabe Witcher (violin).


St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights - Smash MouthAugust 18 2017
Smash Mouth
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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Smash Mouth (August 18) has a just-released a new album, “Magic,” billed as a “no-holds-barred party from start to finish.” Expect hits, like “All Star,” to get you dancing, and new catchy tunes that keep you on your feet. This show also features soulful alt-rock band, Cracker and new-wave power-pop artists, The Romantics (“What I Like About You,” “Talking in Your Sleep”).


St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights - Five for FightingAugust 26, 2017
Five for Fighting
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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The last time Five For Fighting (August 26) played a Big Stars, Bright Nights show, singer-songwriter-one-man-band, John Ondrasik found the crowd’s party vibe so intoxicating that he switched up his set, on-the-spot, to include a mix of classic get-up-and-dance songs with his own music. This year, he’s back with a string ensemble.


St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights - Josh TurnerSeptember 3, 2017
Josh Turner
Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater
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Josh Turner (September 3) brings his signature deep-bass voice, to close out the season in county style. Turner—the youngest artist to be inducted into the Grand Old Opry—is the singer and songwriter Rolling Stone calls “a country purist.” His just-released sixth studio album, “Deep South,” debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.


 

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