Summer 2001 Concert Series

Silver Mountain Ski and Recreation Area

  • "Blues, Brews and Reggae" Microbrew Festival on Saturday, July 28, from 1 to 6 PM, tickets were $17.95/person.
    This annual happening featured Blues artist Curtis Salgado and Reggae artist Clinton Fearon with microbrew selections from 20 brewers from the Northwest and beyond.
     
  • Smash Mouth on Tuesday, July 31, starting at 3 PM, tickets were $26.00 Festival Seating.
    Alternative rock band Smash Mouth is known for their light hearted songs such as "Walking on the Sun," "All Star," "Can't Get Enough of You Baby," and "Then The Morning Comes." Their album, Astro Lounge, broke into the US Top 10, bolstered by the Top 5 success of the highly catchy song "All Star."
     
  • Collin Raye on Saturday, August 18, starting at 7 PM, tickets were $22.50 General Seating, or $28.50 Preferred Seating
    One of Country's most prolific and profound hitmasters, Collin Raye is known for such hits as "She's All That," "Little Rock," "Love Me," and "Couldn't Last A Moment." Raye has established himself as not only a master vocalist, but also as a peerless interpreter of song.
     
  • .38 Special on Sunday, August 19, starting at 7 PM, tickets were $22.50 General Seating, or $28.50 Preferred Seating.
    38 Special has enjoyed a string of pop hits over the years ("Rockin' Into The Night," "Hold On Loosely," "Caught Up In You," "If I'd Been The One," etc.) and have always been considered one of rock's pre-eminent live bands. 38 Special has earned 5 gold and 4 platinum albums, which have yielded sales of more than 12 million records.
     
  • O-Town on Saturday, September 1, starting at 7 PM, tickets were $24.00 Festival Seating.
    This USA-based teen pop outfit rose to fame on the back of the ABC network's documentary about the creation of a boy band, "Making of the Band." Their hit "Liquid Dreams" climbed inexorably up the Billboard Hot 100 charts and the group's debut album was an instant Top 5 success.

The Wells Fargo Summer Concert Series took place in the mountain top outdoor amphitheater at Silver Mountain, accessed by the World's Longest Gondola. All ticket prices included the Gondola ride and preferred tickets included a folding chair. This year the venue offered increased services with the addition of several food and beverage options as well as the old standby services such as chair and blanket rentals.

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