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The Beach Boys Live at Alcove Spring

The Beach Boys, America’s band, has thrilled audiences for decades. Now they’re coming to Marshall County on their 12 Sides of Summer Tour Saturday, August 1, 6:00 p.m. at Alcove Spring Historic Park, 6 miles south of Marysville, KS.

Tickets can be purchased at mcactickets.com for the concert organized by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative. Tickets can also be purchased at United Bank & Trust at 823 Broadway in Marysville.

The group, billed as America’s favorite band, will perform a two-act concert at the site along East River Road between Marysville and Blue Rapids.

TICKETS

Tickets are $95 for pit experience, $75 for mid-park and $55 for general admission. Children 3 years and under will be admitted free.

Since lead-singer Mike Love penned the lyrics to the Beach Boys’ first hit, “Surfin’” in 1961, dozens of the band’s chart-toppers have become eternal anthems of American youth: “Surfin’ USA,” “Surfer Girl,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “I Get Around,” “California Girls,” “Help Me Rhonda,” “Barbara Ann,” “Good Vibrations,” “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “Rock and Roll Music” and “Kokomo.”

The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love, who, along with longtime member Bruce Johnston, musical director Scott Totten, Brian Eichenberger, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill, Keith Hubacher and Randy Leago continue the legacy of the iconic band. This concert will not feature Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks.

THE PARK

Alcove Spring Historic Park is a 246-acre largely undeveloped park. Located on the historic Oregon-California Trail, the site was the stopping place for many wagon trains, including the legendary Donner-Reed party. The name of the park comes from the Alcove Spring and Naomi Pike falls, both located on the premises and accessible by walking trails. Wagon swales show the mark pioneers left on the land.

According to MCAC, food and drinks will be available at dining tents and food concession stands. Kansas Territory Brewing Company will serve its beers and other alcoholic drinks.

There is plenty of free parking for cars, trucks, SUVs and motor homes. Shuttles and a walking trail connect parking to the location. There are no electrical hookups at the park.

For information about the concert, people can go to mcatickets.com or call 785-619-6050.

KANSAS Rocks the Oregon Trail

After forty-seven years the band KANSAS is coming back to Marshall County. The band made their debut performance in the area at the Valley Heights High School prom in 1971. For this gig they will travel a little farther north to headline “KANSAS Rocks The Oregon Trail” Saturday, September 22, at Alcove Spring Historic Park. The park is located six miles north of Blue Rapids and six miles south of Marysville.

The band will play in a 246-acre largely undeveloped park. Located on the historic Oregon-California Trail, the site was the stopping place for many wagon trains, including the legendary Donner-Reed party. The name of the park comes from the Alcove Spring and Naomi Pike falls both located on the premises and accessible by walking trails. Wagon swales remain showing the mark the pioneers left on the land.

Alcove Spring Historic Park is on East River Road; travelers should take U.S. Highway 77 to reach gravel roads leading to the park. Gates to the park open at 3 p.m. The opening band, to be announced in June, will take the stage at 6 p.m. KANSAS will perform at 7 p.m.

The Marshall County concert is their last stop on their “KANSAS Radio Classics and Fan Favorites” tour.

Tickets are $85 for the Pit-Experience offering the closest seats; $65 for Mid-Park; and $50 for General Admission.

Food and drinks will be available at dining tents and food concession stands. There is plenty of free parking for cars, trucks, SUVs, and motorhomes. Shuttles and a walking trail connect parking to the location. There are no electrical hookups at the park.

For more information about the concert people may go to mcactickets.com or call 785-619-6050.

Alcove Spring Park Historic 3D Shoot

Join the River Valley Archery Club for a 3D Shoot at Alcove Spring Historic Park. Registration is from 8 am to 12 pm. Cost is $15 for 30 targets. Score cards are due by 4 pm. Event follows I. B. O. Rules & Scoring.

Classes: Male / Female
• Cub ages 9-12 (free)
• Youth Hunter ages 13-17
• Hunter
• Bowhunter Open
• Known 50

Brought to you by the River Valley Archery Club. Sponsored by Impulse Archery.

Jared Daniels To Open for KANSAS

Kansas Native Will Kick-off KANSAS Rocks the Oregon Trail

Jared Daniels, rising country male vocalist, has been selected as the opening act for Kansas at “Kansas Rocks the Oregon Trail” Saturday, September 22, at Alcove Spring Historic Park, Blue Rapids, Kan. Daniels will take the stage at 6:00 p.m.; Kansas will perform at 7:00 p.m.

The concert is sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative.

Tickets may be purchased at mcactickets.com. Tickets are $85 for the Pit-Experience offering the closest seats; $65 for Mid-Park; and $50 for General Admission.

Daniels is honored to perform before this iconic band whose career spans more than four decades.

“Kansas is a legendary band with so many recognizable songs from the first note,” he said. “Their drive, motivation, and craftsmanship inspire me.”

Daniels was honored with the “Song of the Year” award during the 2017 Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards for “Feelin’ Good,” which is also the title track to his latest project.

Music has always been a part of his life. He saw Garth Brooks in concert at the age of eleven and that solidified his love of music. He played bass guitar in his church’s band. From then he learned guitar from local “legends” who taught him all the classic rock and roll songs.

“The reality is, music played a huge part in growing up — not just from a playing part, but to building a soundtrack of songs growing up,” the Caney, Kan. native said.

His music career started when he was going to Kansas State University. In 2008 Daniels entered the Colgate Country Showdown and won the local category. That led to his first radio interview which led to his first opening gig where he was paid $25. He then started playing the Tuttleville Stage at the Country Stampede and then moved to the Main Stage. He moved to Nashville in 2011, which is where he currently resides.

For the outdoor concert at Alcove Spring Daniels will play an acoustic set.

“When it’s just myself and my guitar, it takes me back,” he said. “Hopefully, the audience will have the same journey with me to that true feeling of what was coming out when these songs were written or the first time I heard some of them. I want the audience to experience realness, vulnerability, honesty, and just fun.”

Daniels is married to Matty Anderson who is originally from Frankfort, Kan.; they met while attending Kansas State University. Matty’s parents are Duane and Anita Anderson, Frankfort, and Margie Anderson, Seneca.

When Daniels leaves the stage the “garage band” from Topeka who released their debut album in 1974 will perform hits from their “KANSAS Radio Classics and Fan Favorites” tour.

The band has sold more than thirty million albums worldwide. They appeared on the Billboard chart for over 200 weeks throughout the 1970s and 1980s and played to sold out arenas and stadiums throughout North America, Europe, and Japan. “Carry On Wayward Son” continues to be one of the top five most played songs on classic rock radio stations, and “Dust In the Wind” has been played on the radio more than three million times.

The band is comprised of original drummer Phil Ehart; original guitarist Richard Williams; bassist/vocalist Billy Greer; keyboardist David Manion; vocalist/keyboardist Ronnie Platt; violinist/guitarist David Ragsdale; and guitarist Zak Rizvi.

For more information about the concert people may go to mcactickets.com or call 785-619-6050.

Alcove Spring Park Historic 3D Shoot

Join the River Valley Archery Club for a 3D Shoot at Alcove Spring Historic Park.  Registration is from 8 am to 12 pm. Cost is $15 for 30 targets. Score cards are due by 4 pm. Event follows I. B. O. Rules & Scoring.

Classes: Male / Female
• Cub ages 9-12 (free)
• Youth Hunter ages 13-17
• Hunter
• Bowhunter Open
• Known 50

Brought to you by the River Valley Archery Club. Sponsored by Impulse Archery.