The Cannery Lodge Presents: Country at the Cannery

May 19
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The Cannery Lodge Presents: Country at the Cannery

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Join us at The Cannery Lodge Friday, June 24th, 2016 for an amazing line up of country artists at an unbelievable venue! The concert will be held at The Cannery Lodge’s new River’s Edge Stage and Amphitheater overlooking the world famous Kenai River.

An assortment of picnic style food, beverages, & spirits will be available for purchase at the event.

General Admission tickets are $104.49 + KPB Tax
VIP Meet & Greet Tickets are $207.99 (only 30 available) + KPB Tax

Doors Open at 4:30PM, Concert begins at 6:00PM with over 3 hours of live music!

This is a 21+ event, no exceptions. Valid State ID or Passport will be required to enter the event.

Parking will be available onsite, but is limited to the first 300 vehicles.

Artist Line up:

Trick Pony
Ray Scott
The Ken Peltier Band

Ken Peltier –
Ken Peltier is the frontman for the Ken Peltier Band. The band was formed in 1996 fueled by Kens passion for singing, songwriting, and guitar playing. The Ken Peltier Band plays clubs, arenas, and special events, from the Alaska State Fair to Arctic Man attended by fifteen thousand extreme snowmobile and ski enthusiasts. Ken and the band also take time to do shows and events to raise money for Leukemia Lymphoma research, St. Judes Childrens Hospitals, The American Cancer Society, Shriners, and Elks and Wounded Warriors.

The Ken Peltier band has that unique ability to blend its deep country roots with classic Americana rock & blues. Kens top notch musicianship and down home charisma make the Ken Peltier Band Alaskas Premier Country Band.

Ray Scott –
Rays songs captivate audiences through his honest, authentic lyrics, often punctuated with his signature wit and turn of a phrase. On his latest album, Ray Scott, the acclaimed Country storyteller is at the top of his game. Critics praise the album and it was no surprise when Rolling Stone Country placed the albums first radio hit, Drinkin Beer, on their Top 25 Country Songs of 2014 at number 18.

Rays songs, along with his instantly recognizable voice, prove Country music will never go out of style. The good news is, the kind of music Im making now is not age-specific. Im not out there wiggling my ass for anybody, so its about telling stories, making people smile and making them feel something.

For many, Ray needs no introduction. His first album, My Kind Of Music, was released in 2005 and the title track quickly became a Top 40 hit. Since then Ray has released three independent albums and has found success touring with songs like his hit Those Jeans and Drinkin Beer. Ray is the only independent artist in the GAC Hall of Fame and his style of traditional country music has also earned him a strong following in Europe. Drinkin Beer was the #1 Song of 2014 on the United Kingdoms Hot Disc chart.

Trick Pony –

If there’s one thing Trick Pony knows when it comes to music, it’s how to stay relevant in an ever changing business where many come and go.
The longevity of the band, founded by both Heidi Newfield and Keith Burns, has them continuing to run the gauntlet with their creative minds, high octane live show, and the heart to deliver their best music yet.

In 2001, Trick Pony became one of the most talked about new acts in country music. The former trio cranked out several hits including their self-penned debut single and still ever catchy “Pour Me,” followed by “On A Night Like This,” “Just What I Do,” “On A Mission,” their Top 20 cover of Bonnie Tyler’s 70’s hit “It’s A Heartache” and more.

They released three albums, both on Warner Brothers Records and then on Curb Records during that time frame. Trick Pony (2001) On A Mission (2002) and RIDE (2005).

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