Michael Martin Murphey & Friends

Featuring Due West and special guest Lexi Walker
Monday, July 21
  • Times:
    Monday, July 21 @ 8:00pm
  • Prices:
    GENERAL ADMISSION: $15 Adult, $10 Child/Senior/Student
    RESERVED SECTION B: $20 Adult, $15 Child/Senior/Student
    RESERVED SECTION A: $25 Adult, $20 Child/Senior/Student
    RESERVED FLOOR: $30 Adult, $25 Child/Senior/Student

    CHILD: Age 3-11
    SENIOR: Age 65+
    STUDENT: Must show ID to purchase tickets or pick up tickets in will call


    TO BUY TICKETS:  1) Online - click the buy tickets icon at the bottom of the page.  2)  Phone - (801) 225-ARTS.  3) In Person - Main office at SCERA Center for the Arts, 745 South State, Orem, open 10am-6pm weekdays and Saturdays from 12Noon-6pm.
  • Location:
    SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre
    699 South State Street, Orem, UT 84058
    In the middle of SCERA Park
  • Shell Outdoor Theatre seating map

The #1 best-selling singer of American Cowboy Music in the world and the man Rolling Stone Magazine called “one of the best songwriters in America,” Michael Martin Murphey has also left an indelible mark on popular radio with iconic hits Wildfire, What’s Forever For, Carolina in the Pines, Geronimo’s Cadillac, Cowboy Logic, Cherokee Fiddle and more.  From pop, country, blues, bluegrass and western music, the Grammy-winning artist is a Texas-born true American songwriter who lives the lifestyle he sings about.  With his weathered buckskin and rustic, bearded grin, ‘Murph’ is as authentic as the Rocky Mountains. Saddle up for a night with a real cowboy, filled with artful storytelling, great music and a passion for the heritage of the West!  He’ll be joined by Nashville recording Group Due West and special guest 12-year-old internet sensation Lexi Walker, whose Let It Go “Frozen” music video with Alex Boye has garnered more than 50 million hits on You Tube and landed the young vocalist appearances on national talk shows.  She'll perform several songs, including Let It Go, and join Michael Martin Murphey for a duet of his hit What's Forever For.