PARK CITY -- Four more events have been added to the St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights outdoor performance series at Deer Valley.
Lucinda Williams (July 16), The All-American Rejects (Aug. 12), Rickie Lee Jones (Aug. 25) and "The Sound of Music" singalong edition (Sept. 1) are joining previously announced Aaron Neville/Dirty Dozen Brass Band (July 13), Dwight Yoakam (July 29) and Supertramp's Roger Hodgson (Aug. 5) to round out the summer season at the resort.
Concerts start at 7 p.m. at the amphitheater, with the singalong at 6 p.m., at 2250 S. Deer Valley Drive. Picnics and low-back chairs are welcome.
Lucinda Williams is a Louisianan-born singer songwriter who has garnered critical fame and a devoted following with her well-crafted tunes on albums like the 1998 release "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road," and her recent effort, 2011's "Blessed."
The All-American Rejects are a rock outfit originally hailing from Stillwater, Okla. The band achieved mainstream success with the eponymous 2003 album, which spawned the hit "Swing, Swing." It has sold more than 10 million albums since.
Rickie Lee Jones is a rock/jazz singer/songwriter who bases out of Los Angeles. She had a smash hit with "Chuck E.'s in Love," from her self-named debut in 1979. She has made 14 albums since.
"The Sound of Music" singalong will feature a screening of the film with bouncing ball and lyrics. Come dressed as your favorites character from the musical.
Tickets for the concerts are $35-$65, and for the singalong, $15. For tickets or information, call 435-649-1000.