|Date:||August 7th - 9th, 2014|
Cache County Fairgrounds
450 S 500 W
Logan, UT 84321
Cache County Fair and Rodeo
Fair admission is free. Rodeo and carnival tickets are available online and at a few locations around town. See the website for details and for a full schedule of events.
Kiss Me Kate
Kiss Me Kate will be performed by the Utah Festival Opera. View the website for more details.
In this heady blend of modern showbiz and classic Elizabethan theater, actor Fred Graham stages a musical version of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. In a bid to increase box office receipts, he casts film star Lilli, his temperamental ex-wife, in the role of the shrewish Katherine. As the production unfolds, Fred and Lilli discover that while they can't live with each other, they also can't live without each other - just like Petruchio and Katherine in the Bard's original work. Add a couple of bumbling gangsters, a second feuding romantic couple, and a plethora of great Cole Porter songs such as "Another Opening, Another Show," "So in Love," "Too Darn Hot," and "Faithful in My Fashion," for an irresistible entertainment experience.
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the Utah Festival Opera Box Office in the Dansante Building.
My Fair Lady
My Fair Lady will be performed by the Utah Festival Opera. View the website for more details.
When linguistics professor Henry Higgins meets disheveled Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle outside Covent Garden, he wagers his colleague that within six months he can change Eliza into a proper lady who can pass in high society simply by teaching her to speak proper English. "Its almost irresistible," he says. "Shes so deliciously low. So horribly dirty." But both professor and pupil begin a transformation that neither of them could have anticipated. Gloriously witty, wise, and winning, My Fair Lady features your favorite songs, "I Could Have Danced All Night," "On the Street Where You Live," "The Rain in Spain," and "Ive Grown Accustomed to Her Face." My Fair Lady has been called "the perfect musical" (New York Times).
Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the Utah Festival Opera Box Office in the Dansante Buildling.
The Hanging of El Bandito
Come enjoy a night of entertainment in beautiful Bear Lake! Start the evening off at the famous western cook-out, where you'll enjoy a huge western meal with your choice of rib-eye steak, lemon herb chicken, boneless BBQ pork ribs, or crispy chicken strips. With your belly full, enjoy a live stage production of the hilarious Pickleville melodrama The Hanging of El Bandito in Pickleville's historic log theater. It'll be a night of family entertainment you'll never forget! The season starts June 8th and ends September 8th. See website for dinner and show prices. Special rates are available for groups of 25 or more. Dinner is served at 6:30pm and the show starts at 8pm. Call or visit website for more information.
Juanito Bandito and his hysterical band of outlaws are at it again in this high-energy, shoot-'em-up musical adventure written by T.J. Davis. See what happens when Bandito, the self-proclaimed "most guapo villain in the world," seeks revenge after nearly meeting his end at the hand of a brave western lawman. With a talented cast full of outrageous, side-splitting characters, brand new music, and Pickleville's hilarious brand of musical comedy, The Hanging of El Bandito is guaranteed to be the highlight of your summer activities. Join the thousands that count Bandito as their most anticipated yearly tradition!
9:00 AM Creepy-Crawly Camp
A two-day camp for ages 7-10. Ants and spiders and worms. oh my! Spend time outdoors learning about all things squirmy and slimy. Fun facts, amazing adaptations and insect experiments all await you in the wonderful world of bugs.
Registration required. Call or email for more information.
11:00 AM Story Time at Willow Park Zoo
Story Time is a fun, no charge event for the whole family! Bring the little ones for stories and an animal encounter.
12:00 PM Noon Music at the Tabernacle
Monday through Friday during the summer months (June 3 - August 9) music is provided free of charge at the Logan Tabernacle. The program starts at 12PM, lasts 30 minutes and is performed by various artists. The only exception is that during Summerfest on the Logan Tabernacle Grounds on June 13-15 there will be no concerts inside the building. There will be many musical performances on the grounds outside, however. A schedule of performers can be found on the Logan Tabernacle's blog and Facebook page, at the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, or at the concerts themselves.
1:30 PM Artisan Cheese Tour
Visitors to True Blue Aggie Cheese at Utah State University can see how cheese is made in a free tour. The tours will consist of viewing an 8-10 minute DVD on Aggie Cheese and then sampling a few cheese varieties for a total of about 15 minutes. Tours begin at 1:30pm Monday through Thursday (except on Holidays & Aggie Ice Cream Tours dates). Come and learn how to make Aggie Cheese!
2:30 PM Teen Thursday Activity
Celebrate your precious summer vacation with some awesome events for teens every Thursday at 2:30PM (you can even sleep in)! We might play video games or eat pizza or watch movies. Or we might surprise you. ;) We hope to see you there!
8:00 PM Concert at Why Sound
SHOWS ARE USUALLY AT WHY SOUND, COST AROUND $5.00 - $6.00, AND START AT 8:00 PM. EXCEPTIONS ARE IN BOLD BELOW.
Friday, April 12 - Children of the North w/Military Genius, Anna James (Indie/Alternative)
Saturday, April 13 - Till We Stop Breathing w/Love You, Bye, Fear No End (Rock/Alternative)
Monday, April 15 - USU Caine Jazz Combo (Jazz)
Thursday, April 18 - There Is No Mountain w/little Barefoot, Erik & Becca (Indie/Alternative)
Friday, April 19 at 7:30PM and 9:30PM, Cost: $15 - Corey Christiansen w/Denson Angulo, Steve Lyman (Jazz)
Saturday, April 20 - Tanner McDowell w/Riley Traveller, Paul Christiansen (Acoustic)
Thursday, April 25 - Clovis w/TBA (Jazz)
Friday, April 26 - L'anarchsite w/Bronze Museum, Britton Noel (Indie/Acoustic)
Saturday, April 27 - BassMint Pros w/Broken Silence (Hip Hop)
Thursday, May 2 - little Barefoot w/The Wasatch Fault, Sarah Olsen (Indie/Alternative)
Friday, May 10 - Kitfox w/Red Yeti, TBA (Acoustic/Indie)
Saturday, May 11 at 7PM - Why Sound Metal Battle Part 1 w/Gravetown, Tr3ason, TBA (Metal)
Friday, May 17 - Ferocious As They Come w/TBA (Indie/Folk)
Saturday, May 18 at 7PM - Why Sound Metal Battle Part 2 w/Deicidal Carnage, False Witness Oddmality, TBA (Metal)
Friday, May 31 - Atomica w/TBA (Rock/Punk)
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