13th Annual Sun Valley Wellness Festival May 28-31, 2010


Sun Valley Wellness Festival, May 28-31, Sun Valley Inn

Special Wellness Festival hotel rates, starting at $115.00 a night, are available at Sun Valley Resort. Please call Sun Valley Resort Reservations at 800-786-8259 for more information.

The 13th annual Sun Valley Wellness Festival features keynote speaker Jamie Lee Curtis, along with Abraham Verghese, Dani Shapiro, Lama Surya Das, Spencer Sherman, Ross Bishop, David Crow and many other wonderful presenters. Movement classes from yoga to belly dancing, an Exhibit Hall and Hands on Hall with over 50 vendors and practitioners, two days of workshops and more, including a special musical performance by Colbie Caillat. A beautiful setting for an inspirational event. For more information and tickets please go to: www.sunvalleywellness.org

Colbie Caillat to perform May 30 at the Sun Valley Pavilion


A coordinated effort between Sun Valley Resort and the Sun Valley Wellness Festival will bring Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat to the Sun Valley Pavilion on Sunday, May 30, 2010. Gates open at 6:30pm and the concert will start at 7:30pm.
Tickets are $43, $36 and $29 for Pavilion seating. Lawn seating $23.
Hotel & Concert Ticket packages are also available. Call Hotel Reservations at 800-786-8259.

Tickets on sale now online at: seats.sunvalley.com or call the Recreation Center box office toll-free: 888-622-2108.

Colbie Caillat is known for such hits at “Bubbly,” “Realize,” “The Little Things,” and “Feelings Show.” Her simple soft voice and catchy rhythms transcend what is traditionally classified as pop music. Aside from singing, she also plays acoustic folk guitar.
Caillat won the Grammy Award for best pop collaboration with vocals with Jason Mraz for their collaboration on the song, “Lucky.” Caillat was born in California in 1985 and grew up in Malibu and Ventura County. She grew up surrounded by music with her father, Ken Caillat, who is most notably remembered for co-production and engineer credits on Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours” among several other albums.
Last time around, Colbie Caillat was feeling "Bubbly," and the entire pop world seemed to want a sip. But this time, effervescence flirts with explosiveness. For her sophomore album, Breakthrough, Colbie has shaken up her sound, bringing in a wider array of producers and players, and significantly picking up the tempo at times from her debut effort’s signature ballads. So keep an eye on those carbonation levels: champagne corks may fly.