Ski Utah Press Release

Public Relations Director


"Thursday Nights Rock" sponsored by Pluralsight Summer 2015 Line-Up Announced

FARMINGTON, Utah – June 23, 2015 -- This summer, the stars shine in Station Park on Park Lane in Farmington as they welcome a hot line-up of free summer concerts. These fun and entertaining performances for the whole family will take place from 7 until 9 p.m. each Thursday evening between July 30 and Sept. 3, 2015 at Fountain Square near the world-class animated show fountain.


Locally presented by Pluralsight, electrifying performances include Las Vegas headliner Steve Lippia in a "Simply Swinging" Sinatra and Friends tribute; Utah's best Motown tribute band, Motown Sounds; A cappella excellence by Eclipse; The Reflection of Michael, an artful homage to Michael Jackson; the exuberant No Limits, covering everyone's favorite Top 40 tunes; and Caleb Chapman's Crescent Super Band performing songs from the Great American Songbook.


"We moved our signature summer concerts to Thursday nights to add in more weekday fun for our guests," said David Anderson, General Manager. “Now you don’t need to wait for the weekend to have a great time at Station Park! Also, visiting us via FrontRunner is very convenient for folks from Ogden, Salt Lake and Provo/Orem areas too!"


July 30                 Motown Sounds: 50’s & 60’s

August 6             Eclipse: A cappella

August 13           Simply Swinging: Sinatra & Friends Tribute

August 20           Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band: Great American Songbook

August 27           The Reflection of Michael: Michael Jackson Tribute

September 3      No Limits: Top 40


Band Details

July 30: Motown Sounds:  50’s & 60’s

This is Utah's best Motown tribute band with approximately 20 musicians and vocalists, spectacular light show, dancing, authentic-era costumes, and delivering the most popular Motown music of all time. The perform hits made famous by the likes of the Jackson 5, Temptations, Supremes, Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin, Martha and the Vandellas, Stevie Wonder, and many other legends. Video Sample:


August 6: Eclipse:  A cappella

Six talented vocalists create explosive sounds, energetic rhythms, and flawless harmonies – without using any instruments. These talented singers form one of the all-time great a capella groups and have won many prestigious awards for their exceptional skills. Video:


August 13: Simply Swingin':  Sinatra & Friends Tribute

Simply Swingin’ with Sinatra & Friends is a sensational new show featuring Pops phenomenon Steve Lippia singing American Pop songs made famous by Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Vic Damone and Sammy Davis, Jr., Bobby Darin, Barry Manilow, Elton John and Billy Joel.  Video:


August 20:  Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band: Great American Songbook

They have frequently been hailed as one of the most exciting big bands in the world. The band performs their hip, intelligent arrangements from the Great American Songbook. The band has been named Utah’s "Best Professional Band" in any genre for the last 8 years and have performed and/or recorded with members of such well-known acts as Dave Matthews Band, Maroon 5, Journey, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Tower of Power, Journey, Genesis, AC/DC, the Rolling Stones, and the Saturday Night Live Band. Video:


August 27:  The Reflection of Michael: Michael Jackson Tribute

Dazzling audiences worldwide, this touring production is the unprecedented leading LIVE production show honoring the King of Pop! Video:


September 3:  No Limits: Top 40

One of the premier live cover bands in the United States today. Video:


About Pluralsight

Founded in 2004, Pluralsight is the global leader in online learning for professional software developers, IT specialists and creative technologists. As the world’s largest curated professional development platform for professionals, the company offers instant access to more than 4000 courses authored by top experts. With customers in more than 150 countries, Pluralsight serves as a career catalyst, delivering hands-on, practical training for the most in-demand and understaffed jobs of today. For more information, visit


About Station Park 

Station Park, a 1.2M-square-foot open-air center developed by CenterCal Properties, LLC, is one of the most impressive projects of its kind built in Utah and the United States. Located on 62 acres, Station Park is changing the way residents of Davis County work, shop and play. Boasting unique retail, entertainment, dining and office space, everyone's favorite place to meet includes a Cinemark Theater complex, flower and tree-filled park with a children's play area, an outdoor winter skating rink, benches for relaxing and a world-class animated show fountain. Station Park will be home to a new state of the art University of Utah Medical Campus opening and a 125-room Hyatt Place in 2016. Station Park on Park Lane in Farmington is conveniently located at the junction of I-15, Legacy Parkway and Park Lane in Farmington, and is easily accessed from UTA's Frontrunner Farmington Station. Events throughout the year include a summer concert series, fun runs, bike races, community festivals and family-friendly gatherings.


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About CenterCal Properties

In 2004, Fred Bruning and Jean Paul Wardy formed CenterCal Properties, LLC, to develop and acquire fine retail properties throughout the western United States. CenterCal is well known for building destinations that become the favorite gathering place for communities. CenterCal properties  include Station Park in Farmington, Utah; BlackHawk Plaza in San Ramon, California; Bridgeport Village near Portland, Oregon; Cascade Station mixed-usedevelopment near Portland's International Airport; Nyberg Woods in West Portland, Oregon; Nyberg Rivers in Tigard, Oregon; and The Village at Meridian in Meridian, Idaho. For more information on these and other CenterCal projects, visit


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