The Scandinavian days for 2022 IS ON!
Please stay healthy and safe. We look forward to an amazing year in 2022!! Thank you all for your support.
The Scandinavian Heritage Festival offers a phenomenal variety of musical talent and styles to entertain festival visitors.
All events are scheduled for the main stage in front of the Noyes Building on Snow College campus unless indicated otherwise.
12:45 Madeline LeBaron and Sarah Gunnell Traditional Scandinavian Songs
2:00 Libby Byrd Alt- Folk Singer Songwriter
3:15 Angie Petty Pop and R&B Singer Songwriter
4:30 Brian Stucki and Friends Musical Theater in Sanpete County
5:30 Phat Old Professors Classic Rock
11:00 AM Lincoln Highway/International Folk Dancers Bluegrass and Scandinavian Dance
12:30 PM Paul Revere’s Raiders All the hits from the rockin’ 1960s!
2:30 PM Peter Brienholt Folk Singer Songwriter
3:30 PM Story Road Project Songs of Central Utah’s Pioneer Heritage
Paul Revere’s Raiders
Headlining this year’s festival will be Paul Revere’s Raiders—A rockin’ tribute to their leader of nearly 50 years – Paul Revere! In 1973 PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS were still riding high off their first #1 hit, INDIAN RESERVATION, when guitarist Doug Heath joined the band. Along with Paul Revere Doug played on the Columbia Records release, THE LEGEND OF PAUL REVERE, and he’s been a Raider ever since.
THE RAIDERS continue to bring you the great PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS hits that you’ve come to enjoy over the years such as Hungry, Kicks, Indian Reservation and Just Like Me, along with the showmanship that has set them apart from most other bands performing today.
The great music and laughs continue, and the tradition lives on!
Peter Breinholt has been selling out Utah venues for his unique acoustic music for over a decade. He’s made six albums, a concert DVD, guitar songbooks, film scores, and won mega-awards. He has performed with several symphony orchestras and choirs, including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Angie Petty is a singer, songwriter and performer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her style includes pop, jazz and R&B/Soul. Her music spans topics of love, emotional baggage and everything in between.
Hailed as “superb” by the Boston Globe, tenor Brian Stucki continues to distinguish himself as an interpreter of opera, oratorio, and song. The Salt Lake Tribune recently praised his performance of Nadir in The Pearl Fishers as “an ideal match of singer to role.” Recent debuts include San Francisco Symphony in Handel’s Messiah and Houston Symphony in Schumann’s rarely heard Pilgrimage of the Rose.
Libby Byrd, a recent graduate of the Snow College Music Program, is a Pop-Folk Singer/Songwriter with her sights set on Nashville, Tennessee. A natural storyteller, Libby blends “charming sincerity” with “enchanting imagery” in a way that transports every listener back in time through a world of their own rose-tinted memories. Libby’s debut album, Seven Dog-Eared Pages From Chapter Nineteen, is out now on all major streaming platforms.
Lincoln Highway is a bluegrass/folk band based in Utah County. Current band members include Jesse Christopher, Lindsay Davis, Mark Geslison, Geoff Groberg, and Jonathon Wood.
Phat Old Professors
Trading the front of the classroom for the front of the stage, the Phat Old Professors will again provide the festival’s entertainment finale. Made up mostly of Snow College faculty members who shed their professorial stodginess (wink wink, nudge nudge), the docs rock, let their hair down and invite you to do the same. Let it all hang out with classic rock ‘n’ roll tunes performed by Vance Larsen (drums), Rich Dixon (lead guitar), Trent Hanna (keyboards), Ron Lamb (lead singer), Greg Boothe (bass guitar) and Mike Larsen (sax synth).