West Jordan City is awesome this summer, they are doing a summer concert series, they are all benefit concerts for Olive Osmond Hearing Foundation. Clay Walker came in May, that was so fun, I love his music. The Osmonds in June, the rodeo and pageant in July, Jodi Masena in August, and Collin Ray in September. Its what summer is. And lucky for us, we live right across the street from it all.
Sadly the night of the concert was my little sister's ballet concert, so my mom who would have loved to be there couldn't, so being the great children that we are went for her, it was almost as if she was there...almost.
Caleb went early to save seats, because my aunt Helen (another devoted fan) was coming as well. He said it was funny, once the doors opened it was a stampede of ladies racing to the front of the arena hoping to get a good seat.
It was such a fun concert. I knew almost all of the songs, thats what happens when your parents play them on road trips and such. This is actually the second Osmond concert I've been too, and it was just as fun the second time. The opening act was Osmond 2nd generation. I was pleasantly surprised. They did a really good job and were great performers. It was really neat when they brought their dad, Allen Osmond on to the stage with them.
When the 3 Osmond Brothers came out the crowd went crazy. Some ladies ran up to the stage with cameras and banners. It was great. They put on a great show. It was fun to be there on a beautiful summer night. They ended the night with fireworks.
Waiting for the show!
Here they are ladies and gentleman.
As you can see, all the ladies crowded up by the stage.
This how Helen enjoyed the concert, just kidding. The speakers were really loud for a couple songs.
Practically the family singing, "He aint heavy, he's my brother"
It was great!