Bearfoot Outdoor Concert at the Ogden Nature Center

OGDEN, UT — The Ogden Nature Center is pleased to present Bearfoot in an outdoor concert on August 4 at 7 pm. The outdoor concerts at the Ogden Nature Center combine fresh musical talent with an unbelievable summertime setting. Pack a picnic, bring low-rise chairs or a blanket and come enjoy a fabulous night in Ogden. The cost is $17 adults / $10 children (12 and under).

With ten years, major festivals and four albums under their belt, Bearfoot has managed to make quite a name for themselves whilst growing and changing continuously as a band. Bearfoot has singer/songwriter Nora Jane Struthers as lead vocalist. Bluegrass Unlimited says, “You’ll probably hear the name Nora Jane Struthers in conjunction with bluegrass awards for top female vocalist…and she writes with a clear-eyed traditional sensibility typically seen only in writers like Gillian Welch and Tim O’Brien. Her songs sound immediately like pre-modern classics.” Collaborative, uplifting, energetic, haunting, beautiful, inspired: all words that anyone should feel comfortable with while describing the sound of Bearfoot. The quintet originally formed in Alaska, have made a mark hitting the top of Billboard Magazine’s Bluegrass Album chart. Now, as they enter their second decade with a new Nashville home, Bearfoot have taken their place among the best of a new generation of musicians reshaping American roots music. Bearfoot earned one of roots music’s most prestigious awards –Telluride Bluegrass Band Champions– an honor they share with artists Dixie Chicks and Nickel Creek.

Bearfoot is the last concert of the Ogden Nature Center’s 2011 summer season!

FOR TICKETS or more information visit or call 801-621-7595.


The concert will begin at 7 pm with gates opening at 6 pm. Seating is general admission on the lawn. Low-rise chairs, picnics, beverages and blankets are all welcome. The concert will be held rain or shine and tickets are nonrefundable. Summer Concerts at the Ogden Nature Center are made possible by funding from Weber County RAMP and other sponsors including the Standard-Examiner, City Weekly, Marriott Hotel, Iceland Glacier Water and Trudy’s Poppin’ Johnny Ice Cream.