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Kenley Amphitheater’s summer line-up includes Indigo Girls, Thompson Square, Bill Cosby

First Published Mar 31 2014 02:05PM      Last Updated Mar 31 2014 02:05 pm

Another piece of the Wasatch Front’s summer concert schedule is in place, with the announcement of the season at Layton’s Kenley Amphitheatre.

Tickets go on sale for the season on April 22 at 9 a.m., at the Davis Arts Council’s website.

Season tickets are $158 for reserved admission, and $105 for general admission (subtract $10 for seniors and children). That covers admission to nine shows, and gets holders discount pricing for four "special engagement" concerts.

Here’s the lineup of shows, with ticket prices (for orchestra seats, reserved seats and general admission):

June 14: Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband, bluegrass band with Utah roots. ($25, $20, $14)



June 21: Show Layton Your Talent 5: The Junior Edition, local talent show. ($15, $10, $5)

June 27: Three Dog Night, legendary ‘70s band. (Special engagement; $59, $49, $34)

July 12: "The Music of Motown" featuring Changing Lanes Experience, local party band. (No orchestra seating, $15, $10)

July 19: Eclipse, local a capella group. ($20, $15, $10)

July 25: Indigo Girls, folk-rock superstar duo. (Special engagement; $49, $39, $26)

July 30: Herman’s Hermits featuring Peter Noone, ‘60s pop-rock band. ($36, $29, $19)

August 6: Bill Cosby, beloved comedian. (Special engagement; $79, $69, $39)

August 7: Danielle Bradbery, country singer and "The Voice" season 4 winner. ($31, $26, $18)

August 16: Crescent Super Band, Utah big band. (No orchestra seating, $15, $10)

August 21: Thompson Square, up-and-coming country duo. (Special engagement; $69, $59, $34)

September 6: "A Tribute to Patsy Cline" starring Erica Hansen. (No orchestra seating, $15, $10)

September 13: Blood, Sweat & Tears, featuring Bo Bice, ‘70s rock band and former "American Idol" finalist. ($49, $39, $26)

 

 

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