Vail Cabaret Nights returns
VAIL, Colorado -Vail Cabaret Nights, presented by Marketplace on Meadow Drive, returns for the summer season. A total of 18 singing waiters and waitresses are part of this season’s cast, which includes several new performers. They will be singing the best of Broadway music with 17 performances beginning this week.”We’ve raised the bar in talent this year,” said Rayla Kundolf, artistic director for Vail Cabaret Nights. “Vail’s home grown are out of school and back from college for the summer. They have been working hard and are bringing their own personalities into each song they sing. It is truly like a breath of fresh air working with this ensemble of singers. Cabaret Nights is an event that should not be missed!”Performances of Vail Cabaret Nights are from 8 to 10 p.m. on the same evenings as the Bravo! Music Festival performances held at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, through July 31.Vail Cabaret Nights is lead by Kundolf and music director, Taylor Kundolf. Rayla is from Santa Fe, where she was one of the founding troubadours at La Casa Sena – one of the places that served as the inspiration for Vail Cabaret Nights. Taylor is an accomplished entertainer and pianist who has performed for audiences all over the world. Vail Cabaret Nights is free and reservations are accepted but not required. Call 970-477-4373. Parking is located at the Vail Transportation Center, where the parking is free. Marketplace on Meadow Drive is located in Vail Village, at the corner of Meadow Drive and Willow Bridge Road, just west of the International Bridge. From the Transportation Center, head west on Meadow Drive. For more information call 970-477-4373 or visit http://www.marketplaceonmeadowdrive.com.
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