2019 Big Stars Bright Nights Summer Concerts Announced
Park City Institute presents the 2019 St. Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Concert Series. This year marks the 16th consecutive season of summer concerts presented by the Institute. New for 2019, due to the issues with outdoor locations last summer, all concerts will be located at the Eccles Center in Park City.
The Eccles Center will allow the community to gather in their world-class facility to see friends, hear great music, and support the free outreach programs we provide to students in the winter.
The lineup for the season features a wide variety of musical genres and styles, from country to rock, pop to blues, with legendary and emerging performers, who thrill audiences all over the world.
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Note: All concerts will be located at the George S. & Dolores Dore Eccles Center Theater
The Institute welcomes this acclaimed sibling duo to the Eccles Center stage, for the first time. The Grammy Award-nominated brothers, TJ Osborne and John Osborne, climbed the country charts with songs like, “Stay a Little Longer” and “Rum,” collecting CMA and ACM awards, along the way.
The quintet of mandolinist Chris Thile, guitarist Chris Eldridge, bassist Paul Kowert, banjoist Noam Pikelny and violinist Gabe Witcher, have garnered praise for their music, since forming in 2006. Its members have performed, in various combinations and iterations, in five PCI shows,
Taj Mahal Quartet, and Marc Cohn featuring special guest vocalists Blind Boys of Alabama
Taj Mahal Quartet, and Marc Cohn featuring special guest vocalists Blind Boys of Alabama. The Institute will present three critically-acclaimed and award-winning musical acts in one night.
Mahal’s more than five decades of recording and touring have reshaped and redefined the scope of the blues. The two-time Grammy winning singer, songwriter, film composer, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist has performed all over the world, collaborating with Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Wynton Marsalis—among many others.
Gone West The pop-infused country group featuring Colbie Caillat, her fiancé Justin Young, Caillat’s longtime collaborator Jason Reeves, and Reeves’ wife, Nelly Joy—has been hailed by Billboard for its “intoxicating mix of four-part harmonies.” Gone West formed, in part, as a result of their experience working together Caillat’s 2016 tour.
The country star, whose music has been been called “haunting,” by Rolling Stone and Billboard. She began her career as a songwriter for artists including Sam Smith (“Palace,” co-written with Smith and Tyler Johnson) and Miley Cyrus (“Maybe You’re Right”), and released her solo albums, “Heartforward,” in 2010, “Untamed,” in 2015 and her EP, “Welcome to Cam country, in 2015.
Tickets for all shows will go on sale to members and sponsors of the Park City Institute, April 27, and to the general public on May 1. Ticket prices for the 2019 St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Summer Concert Series, are as follows: Lawn seats start at $49, reserved tickets start at $89. In addition to single ticket sales, a ten-punch pass will be available to all members, which will be valid for one year from date of purchase, for concerts throughout the summer, and during the Eccles Center Main Stage Season. Prices for the punch pass start at $420. Membership and sponsorship information can be found at parkcityinstitute.org, or by calling the box office at 435-655-3114.
Published on Monday, April 29, 2019