Acclaimed Singer and Entertainer Marie Osmond to Perform at the Deer Valley® Music Festival

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (June 10, 2019) – Marie Osmond will bring her signature style and exuberance to the stage for the Deer Valley® Music Festival on Saturday, June 29 at 7:30 PM at the Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater in her first orchestra concert in more than a decade. She will perform with the Utah Symphony conducted by Jerry Williams. Daniel Emmet, 2018 America’s Got Talent finalist known for his unforgettable performance with Plácido Domingo, and Marie’s nephew, David Osmond, will also perform on the program. Tickets to the performance with Marie Osmond start at $52 and are on sale now. Ticket and lodging information are available by calling (801) 533-6683 or online at deervalleymusicfestival.org.

Marie Osmond is no stranger to the spotlight. Since the 1970s she has dazzled audiences around the world with her musical performances, sometimes side-by-side with her brother Donny. Together they continue to amaze the crowds of Las Vegas with The Donny and Marie Las Vegas Show, a continuing production since 2008 that has since been rated the #1 show in Las Vegas. Osmond has been announced to replace Sara Gilbert as a host of “The Talk” on CBS in September, a natural fit given her years of experience on television. She has authored three books, all of which were included in the New York Times Best Seller’s list. Her latest musical release, “Music is Medicine”, debuted in 2015 and earned her a spot on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts.

David Osmond is the fourth son of Alan Osmond, oldest brother to Marie and founder of the original singing group, The Osmond Brothers. David and three of his siblings – Michael, Nathan, and Douglas – comprised the musical quartet known as the Osmond Boys. They had four songs in the Top 40 in the U.K. and performed to sold-out stadiums and arenas in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.

Daniel Emmet was a finalist on NBC’s hit show America’s Got Talent in 2018 thanks to his stunning vocal performances. He sings in seven languages and is known for his musical expression throughout multiple genres. He has performed in large venues such as The Staples Center, Caesars Palace, and the T-Mobile Arena.

Utah Symphony | Utah Opera’s 16th season of the Deer Valley® Music Festival comprises 19 performances over seven weeks with performances in a variety of venues featuring a wide array of music styles, including bluegrass, musical theater, folk, country, and more. The 16th year of the festival will focus on celebrating the local community, donors, and supporters through a variety of pop-up ensemble performances at existing summer events and venues throughout the community.


Throughout the 2019 festival, small Utah Symphony and Utah Opera ensembles will perform close to a dozen “pop up concerts” – many of them free – in collaboration with other community groups. Artists from both the Utah Symphony and the Utah Opera Resident Artist program will perform at the Art Pianos for All public art installations on three dates starting with a performance of Utah Opera Resident Artists at Coalville City Hall on June 15 at 1 PM, Utah Symphony Youth Guild musicians at Kamas Public Library on June 17 at 6 PM, and a piano duet with Principal Trumpet Travis Peterson at the Summit County Library on Wednesday, June 19 at 6 PM in Park City.