Trailblazers Summer Concert Series offers a view from the O.C. Tanner AmphitheaterThe Trailblazers Summer Concert Series is excited to announce Country Jam 2017 at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater. This show features Eric Dodge, Ryan Shupe, and line dancing with Miss Vickie and is the first event of the Trailblazers O.C. Tanner Summer Concert Series season. What is Country Jam? An attendee from last year’s event said, “I didn’t expect to be out on the floor line dancing, but that is exactly what happened. The music from Eric Dodge is infectious and Miss Vickie really knows how to get the audience on their feet.”

Country Jam begins at 7:30 p.m. with Shupe showing off his multi-instrumental wizardry entwined with catchy, memorable vocals that you can’t help singing along to. He transitions easily from goofy sing-a-longs to inspirational vignettes reflecting a connection to real life in the Southwest.

Following Shupe will be the line dancing wizardry of Miss Vickie. This is high-energy, boot-stomping, tail-wagging, sweat-dripping, best-time-of-your-life-type dancing. From a beginner to a pro, it doesn’t matter. Miss Vickie works across all levels and gets you dancing!

Finally, Dodge and his band of amazing musicians will take the stage to perform a set of both new and old songs. A southern Utah favorite, Dodge boasts six studio records and a full roster of beloved ballads and up-tempo, boot-stompin’ favorites. There is no doubt that you will also get to try some of your new line dance moves during Dodge’s set.

Come join us at 7:30 p.m. June 10 at the Tanner Amphitheater in Springdale. Tickets are available at dsutix.com and octannershows.com or by calling (435) 652-7800.

Join us for world-class music, breathtaking scenery, and an unforgettable experience at the Trailblazers O.C. Tanner Summer Concert Series.

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