The 2014 Deer Valley Music Festival opens with a patriotic pops performance on July 4th featuring the Texas Tenors in celebration of Independence Day.
Ten open-air performances with the Utah Symphony are held at Deer Valley Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater at the base of Deer Valley's main lodge, with room for blankets and folding chairs. You are invited to bring picnics, refreshments and beverages, although there are also onsite concessions available for purchase.
St. Mary's Church is the site for five smaller chamber music concerts featuring orchestra and ensembles.
The festival lineup includes:
- Pop-rock superstar Ben Folds
- Country Music Hall of Fame inductee and multi-platinum artist Kenny Rogers
- Grammy award winning singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter
- The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
- Tributes to music of John Williams, U2, Neil Diamond and Disney
An additional weekend of concerts without the Utah Symphony was added to the lineup. Those include The Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), and Just Imagine: The John Lennon Experience featuring Tim Piper.
For ticket information, please visit: Deer Valley Music Festival.
Free tickets to Utah Symphony's Mighty 5 Tour to southern Utah (August 11th - 17th) will be distributed starting July 1st and select Zions Bank locations and online for visitors who will be camping or who have other lodging plans. Tickets will be limited to six per house hold. For information on that, please visit: Utah Symphony Mighty 5.
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