Thursday, August 13, 2020
Second Carole King Tapestry Showing Added
Carole King has long had a home near Stanley and in Sun Valley.
Tuesday, July 7, 2020


With the first show selling out in short order, the Sun Valley Museum of Art has added a second lawn showing of “Carole King Tapestry: Live from Hyde Park.”

The added show will screen at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, on the big screen at the Sun Valley Pavilion Lawn.

There will be socially distanced pods roped off on which people can set up chairs or blanket to watch the film made of the Sun Valley musical legend performing in London’s Hyde Park. More than 65,000 people attended the show, which marked the first time King had performed “Tapestry” from start to finish in concert.

Pod sizes will be made available for two to four people. There also will be a few large group spots set aside for up to 10 people.

The film celebrates the 45h anniversary of King’s masterpiece album “Tapestry.” Guest performers include her daughter Louise Goffin, who joins her mother on “Where You Lead’ and other numbers.

“We wanted an event that would be uplifting and would bring the community together and we struck on the idea of reaching out to local –and international—hero Carole King to secure her epic concert film,” said Kristine Bretall, director of Performing Arts at SVMoA. “We are deeply grateful to her for permission to screen this fantastic film. The film was shot outdoors in the summer as the sun was setting, and we’ll be having a remarkably similar, though much smaller, experience out at the Pavilion.

Gates will open at 6:30 p.m. Picnics will be allowed. Sun Valley Resort will have a bar set up.

A space for two costs $25 for museum members and $35 for non-members. A space for four people costs $50 for museum members and $60 for non-members. A spot for 10 costs $125 for museum members and $135 for non-members.

They’re available at, by calling 208-726-9491 or visiting The Museum’s box office at 191 Fifth Street East in Ketchum. Donations on top of the ticket price will go to the SVMoA and King’s non-profit Alliance for the Wild Rockies.

The original screening is on Thursday, July 9.


If you attend Wednesday’s showing of “Carole King Tapestry,” you can catch Company of Fools’ Behind the Curtain: In Conversation with the Cast & Crew of Woody Guthrie’s “American Song,” which the Fools performed in the summer of 2018.

The free show will be livestreamed online at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 9. Pre-registration is required at


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