Gazebo Events and Entertainment, November Schedule

Date: November 2017 - 6pm to 9pm, Fridays and Saturdays Location: Gazebo Stage

Gazebo Events

November Schedule

Friday, November 3rd




Josie Payne

7 to 9pm


Josie Payne is graduated this past year from USU wth her degree in psychology and plans on getting a Master’s Degree in order to become a therapist. Josie loves helping others and wants to continue using music to bring happiness to others' lives through the songs she writes and performs. She has performed at numerous community, church, and college events, has competed in the Miss Utah Pageant, and loved sharing her musical talents while serving an her Mission in Chicago Illinois.  



Saturday, November 4th

Dia de los Muertos Celebration





Friday, November 10th


Kaili Sudweeks & Bryson Jarrett


Kaili Sudweeks is a 17 year old performing songwriter from Provo, Utah. She has performed at theaters and venues from Spanish Fork to Salt Lake and is inspired by artists Pat Swenson and James TW. Her love for music has impact not only her own life but also the lives of those around her and she hopes to continue to share her passion with the world. 


Bryson “B-rice” Jarrett is a singer songwriter from South Jordan Utah. Basketball player turned musician, Bryson is a talented and motivated single artist. Using only his voice and guitar, Bryson is sure to entertain. Feel free to sing along!


Saturday, November 18th
Erika Bestor

Erika Bestor was born in Provo, Utah, the daughter of Melodie Bestor, a retired English teacher, and Emmy-Award winning composer, Kurt Bestor. She started playing piano at the age of 6 and has been playing ever since. She wrote her first song at age 13 and premiered her professional singing at Abravanel Hall at age 12 with her dad and the Utah Symphony. The year after, she and her sister Kristin sang with their father at his annual “Kurt Bestor Christmas” concerts and Erika has been singing with him ever since, singing with such artists as renowned violinist, Jenny Oaks  Baker, former “Celtic Woman” member Alex Sharpe, the world famous One Voice Children’s choir and YouTube sensation Lexi Walker. She is featured on her dad’s Christmas album “Kurt Bestor Christmas: 20th Anniversary”, singing his most famous composition, “Prayer of the Children”.

Erika has also performed in several musicals in Utah County, including “Hello Dolly”, “The Scarlet Pimpernel”, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” and “Crazy For You” at the Scera Theatre in Orem. She has studied voice under several instructors at UVU and BYU, including Connie Jensen and Korianne-Orton Johnson. 

Upcoming performance dates can be found on Erika’s Facebook page @Bestorlicious. Erika can be contacted at and on Facebook at: