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Big Stars, Bright Nights full lineup announced

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Gritty NOLA brass and catchy pop rock, musical sing-alongs and Americana swagger -- these are a few of my favorite things. The St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights series, announced today, offers a robust lineup, with everything from Aaron Neville to The Sound of Music.---

Some of these bands were announced a month or so ago, but new names -- most notably for me: Lucinda Williams -- have been added to round out Park City Performing Arts Foundation’s outdoor-concert series held at Deer Valley. This might be their best and most lively lineup to date. For more information on pricing and to purchase tickets, go here. It's guaranteed to be a little bit bigger than the picture above.

Friday, July 13
Aaron Neville and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

Monday, July 16
Lucinda Williams

Sunday, July 29
Dwight Yoakam

Sunday, Aug. 5
Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson

Sunday, Aug. 12
The All-American Rejects

Saturday, Aug. 25
Rickie Lee Jones

Saturday, Sept. 1
The Sound of Music Sing-Along

Join City Weekly music editor Austen Diamond on Twitter: @AustenDiamond