U.S.-based singer-songwriter Wyatt Easterling had so much fun at Provo’s first Sundowner Music Festival last winter that the well-traveled troubadour has booked a four-day return engagement with his friends at Blue Haven Resort and The Somerset on Grace Bay, from Thursday, Oct. 20, through Sunday, Oct. 23.
Joining Easterling for the festival’s second lineup: Nashville singer-songwriters Lacy Jade and Grammy-award winner Phil Madeira, with a second Sundowner appearance by Naked Blue, a well-received act from Maryland.
Like the festival’s popular first edition, organized by local attorney/musician Gordon Kerr, the 2016 Sundowner will feature intimate “House Concert” venues, songwriting workshops, and a boat ride/Beach Jam on the final evening. More than just a concert series, it’s an opportunity for local musicians and music fans to get an up-close perspective on the working professionals.
After devoting Oct. 20 to workshops around the community, the concert series kicks off on Friday night at Blue Haven with Naked Blue and Lacy Jade. Saturday’s showcase at The Somerset will be headlined by Easterling and Madeira.
Tickets start at $50 per concert and $30 for Sunday’s Beach Jam. All Access Passes run $100. Get yours now online at the festival website. For information on lodging during the festival, check with The Somerset and Blue Haven.
Click here to read about the 2015 inaugural festival.