The Review

Independent Student Voice of UVU


June 2020

Pioneer Day–country style

Collin Raye and Restless Heart, two of Utah’s favorite visiting country acts, will share the stage together at the SCERA Shell Amphitheatre on July 24th. Their music has electrified audiences around the world for 25 years. Booth groups have earned their place in country music history with their countless hits.

Restless Heart is known to have influenced several popular Nashville acts like Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts and Little Big Town with a sound that is both contemporary and includes a bit of pop. Restless Heart is easily identifiable with an impressive 5 part harmonizing as pure as silver and gold.

Their website featured this comment from a fan, “The entire set was great listening and dancing.” The country audience can expect to have an equally great experience at the SCERA Shell with successful track records such as these bands.

Adam Robertson, SCERA’s President & CEO, is happy to see this event in our community.
“We were thrilled to hear they were touring together – it’s not often you can get two headliners for the price of one, and country music and Pioneer Day go together perfectly.”

The two acts, Collin Raye and Restless Heart, will surely come through with their awesome sound that has awarded both of them several gold records and multiple hits on the country charts throughout the years. Can it be anything but a memorable event?

The SCERA Shell is a cozy outdoor theatre in the green with plenty of room to dance and visit with friends. They also sport a professional concession stand and kiosk for hungry patrons.


What: Collin Raye

When: July 24, 8:00 p.m.

Where: SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre, 699 S. State St. in Orem

Price: Adults $15; Children (3-11), students with ID and seniors $12.

Tickets: Can be purchased at the SCERA’s main box office before the day of the show, at the SCERA Shell’s gate 90 minutes prior to the event, online at or by calling 801-224-ARTS

Lawn chairs can be rented for $1.


Eva Herrey

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