Holladay's home for the arts!
PRESENTED BY HOLLADAY BANK - all concerts start at 8:00 pm
Charley Jenkins is a hot commodity in the country music industry ever since he became a finalist on Nashville Star.
A perfect combo of Broadway and musical hits together with dynamic vocals make for an incredibly imaginary evening for all ages.
One of the most in-demand groups in Utah, they performed at our Blue Moon Festival in 2018 and were a huge success with their classic Motown hits.
Strawberry Fields performs the songs of John Lennon & Paul McCartney, and the band is known for its faithful and familiar re-creations of the original arrangements.
Classic jazz, soul, and pop tunes with music by Etta James, Roberta Flack, Nina Simone, and other artists from the 70’s
Three energetic female vocalists, backed by a four-piece jazz band, featuring the harmony singing of the Andrew Sisters and other women artists of the 50’s.
.Ryan Innes will be the featured vocalist for the flagship Caleb Chapman Crescent Super Band, playing pop, rock, and soul. Ryan was in season 4 of NBC’s The Voice and has a fantastic soulful voice.
Traditional New Orleans street jazz, with toe-tapping, infectious energy
Concerts are held on the Commons, behind the Holladay City oFFices. Bands are subject to change. • Times to be announced.
By Sona Schmidt-Harris | firstname.lastname@example.org
Holladay Journal September 2019
Beatles fans of the ’60s saw themselves as cutting-edge and rebellious. They would be surprised that in 2019 their beloved, iconic music would be played to a family-friendly crowd. The group Strawberry Fields performed familiar Beatles tunes to an audience gathered at the Holladay Commons on Saturday, Aug. 3. People of all ages tapped their feet, sang and danced.
There was a somber note at the beginning of the evening, however. City Councilman Steven Gunn requested that the audience pause for 10 seconds of silence for the victims of the El Paso shooting. The tragedy occurred earlier that same day. Except for the murmur from small children, the Commons were quiet.
The mood of the evening brightened when it was announced that the City of Holladay turns 20 in September. In celebration, free Frisbees were given away. READ MORE