For more than 50 years, The Beach Boys have been turning out number one hits, touring to sold out crowds and creating the soundtrack to the lives of more than one generation. Now, they are coming to the Sun Valley Pavilion on Tuesday, September 9, and there is no better way to put an end cap on an amazing summer season.
Starting at 8 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.), the audience at the Pavilion will be treated to the sweet sounds of the original boys of summer. Everyone has a favorite Beach Boys’ song or two (or three) and chances are, they will be performed live at this don’t-miss event.
From Surfin’ Safari, to Why Do Fools Fall in Love, I Get Around, Little Deuce Coupe and back to Little Surfer Girl, we know you know every word to every hit. The Good Vibrations will bounce off the mountains and land right back with the audience.
Concerts at the Sun Valley Pavilion are an experience unto themselves. Seats beneath the magical sail, with views of the mountains and the smell of the fresh early fall air help create a night no one will forget. Add to that music that is known and loved by all, and it will be quite the night.
The Beach Boys play an average of 150 shows a year, ranging from sun-drenched summer festivals to black tie New Year’s celebrations and special events. The band members are at the top of their game and will put on a hugely professional show. The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who along with Jeff Foskett, Randell Kirsch, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill and Scott Totten continue the legacy of the iconic American band. This tour will not feature Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks.
Be sure to grab dinner before the show at one of the wonderful Sun Valley Village restaurants (the deck at the Ram or Bald Mountain Pizza sound especially nice on these gorgeous September days) or enjoy a cocktail at the Ram Bar at the Sun Valley Inn. Be sure to make a night of it as these warm days and evenings won’t last forever!
The Beach Boys truly are the sound of summer and summer isn’t quite over yet. Be sure not to miss this final outdoor concert of the season. You won’t be sorry!