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Davis Arts Council announces Summer Nights with the Stars season

Published April 8, 2013 12:16 pm

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Davis Arts Council just announced its Summer Nights with the Stars season at Kenley Amphitheatre nestled in Layton Commons Park.

Here is the schedule with descriptions provided by the counci:June 24: Code Blue and Midlife Crisis Midlife Crisis and Code Blue light up the stage with hit music from the 60's and 70's. This is sure to be one. Big. Season-opening. PARTY!June 29: A Tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four SeasonsBeloved hits, Big Girl's Don't Cry, Can't Take My Eyes Off of You, I've Got You Under My Skin, and Walk Like A Man will take you back to an era ruled by those "Jersey Boys." Let's Hang On is America's #1 Frankie Valli Tribute band.July 8: Happy Together Tour Five legendary music sensations… one night under the stars: The Turtles Featuring Flow & Eddie, Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night), Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, Mark Lindsay (Paul Revere & The Raiders), and Gary Lewis & The Playboys.July 22: Huey Lewis & The News*Pop Rockers Huey Lewis and the News will make their way to the Kenley stage as they celebrate the 30th anniversary of their #1 album "Sports." In what is sure to be one of the biggest shows ever to hit the Kenley stage, this iconic band delivers The Power of Love!July 27: Judy CollinsSublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, and personal life triumphs, Judy Collins continues to inspire audiences with her musical presence and impressive 50-album catalog of songs.August 1: Due WestWith vocal abilities referred to as "a three-lane road to magic," this trio hailing from Utah, Arizona, and New York is well on its way to solidifying a major presence in country music.August 7: Wayne Brady*Ever wanted to be on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" This might just be your night! Emmy-award winning comedian and improv-superstar Wayne Brady has been hailed as one of the most versatile performers in show business today.August 12: Family Night With Recess MonkeyThe fourth annual Family Night is a musical adventure for "kids" ages 3 to 103. Children's recording group Recess Monkey brings high flying thrills (and spills) from the big top to their show "In Tents."August 17: Rough StockWith a wide range of individual talents, these Utah musicians have a passion for the country lifestyle and music that makes your heart sing. Rough Stock is the 2013 Hill Air Force Base appreciation night.August 28-31: Shakespeare (free for youth 18 and under) - As You Like It*All the world's a stage in our third annual "Shakespeare In The Park" production… a tale about love, family, and transformation. All patrons under 18 years of age can enjoy this romantic comedy free of charge.Sept 3: Rhythmic CircusThere's tap dancing… and then there's Rhythmic Circus! The percussive-dance phenomenon that electrifies its audience is on hand for an encore performance of "Feet Don't Fail Me Now."Sept 7: Peter Breinholt & Mindy Gledhill The closing event of the 2013 season combines two Utah-based indie-folk singer/songwriters into one special night, the incomparable Peter Breinholt and Mindy Gledhill.*Special Engagement (not included in the season ticket)Season Ticket Holder Renewals begin today. You can renew via telephone at 801-546-8575. The deadline to renew is Friday, April 19 (after which time your seats must be released in preparation for the general public sale). If you are on the Season Ticket Holder waiting list, you will be contacted after April 19.All new season tickets and individual tickets go on sale to the public on May 6.For more info, go to http://www.davisarts.org