Parker Fine Arts & Music Festival is presented by Parker Lifestyle, Parker’s premier magazine. The show is at picturesque O'Brien Park in in Parker Old Town, a quaint and walkable downtown area of boutiques, fine dining and fun pubs. Bring the family to this show and view stunning artworks by national artists, and select your own art treasure. And take some time to enjoy making your own masterpiece in the Creation Station for All Ages!Save
The Art in Kayenta festival features live music from Beans & Wheels on Friday 10/7 from 1:30pm-3:30pm, and other live music through the weekend. Also check out many talented artists' displays, and "Art in the Moment": watch the creation of a masterpiece, while you taste some of the many delicious food options.Save
Sounds Like: Counting Crows, The Indigo Girls
Bio: We are a singer-songwriter duo: Audrey (a.k.a. Beans) and Greg (a.k.a. Wheels), based in scenic Canon City, CO. Transplanted from the Seattle area, we are excited to be a part of the Colorado music scene and extend our reach to venues across the western U.S.
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“Audrey Sizemore, one-half of the duo Beans and Wheels, says the Campfire Concert will be a different kind of gig for them. They’ve played outside shows before, like the parking lot concert at Café Soleil in Springdale, where cliffs of Zion National Park surrounded them. But with the Campfire Concert they will actually be playing in nature. “This will be different from anything we’ve ever done and that’s exciting,” Sizemore says. The St. George-based band hopes to mix up their set list a bit this time for those who have seen their show before. Sizemore says they plan to include more storytelling, which might include playing many of their original songs in the order they wrote them as a way of telling their own story. She met the other half of her duo, Greg Wheeler, in Seattle, where they played a few gigs before choosing to move to Southern Utah, where Sizemore grew up. They quickly began to make a name for themselves as an acoustic duo on the St. George music scene.”