Park City Festivals and Events
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Park City offers a fabulous array of cultural events for this little mountain town. Each year we have our annual art festival, jazz festival, music in Deer Valley and I personally enjoy the last Friday of every month "Wine & Art Walks". There are galleries to film and theater to international sport exhibitions and competitions. Park City seems to always have exciting events for all to enjoy!
Our Chamber of Commerce maintains an up-to-date list of upcoming festivals and events go online at www.parkcityinfo.com for a complete event schedule.
Park City Performing Arts Foundation
Each summer the PCPAF hosts a series of outdoor concerts at Deer Valley. In winter months they present shows at the Eccles Center, a 1,300 seat auditorium adjacent to the Park City High School.
The Utah Symphony and Opera (including guest artists) perform as well in Deer Valley's outdoor amphitheater several dates throughout the summer. They also played at St. Mary's Catholic Church for an unusually intimate setting for a symphony! Visit www.utahsymphonyopera.org or call 801-533-6683 for more information.
The annual Park City Arts Festival is one of the summers biggest draws of people. Artists and craftsman from around the country to show and sell their beautiful art pieces. There are also numerous art galleries throughout town that exhibit great artwork from around the world.
The Kimball Art Center not only produces the Art Festival, they also provides year round exhibit space for local and regional as well as famous artists.http://www.kimballartcenter.org/events/
This local favorite re-opened in 1926 to accommodate the traveling vaudevillians popular at the time. Since its debut, the stage has hosted melodramas, silent and sound movies, and stage performances. Today, the 266-seat house plays home to the Egyptian Theatre Company, which produces a wide selection of high quality professional shows from Broadway and off- Broadway, and the ever-popular Sundance Film Festival. This Actors Equity House sells out fast - so call ahead to see what is playing and order your tickets!
Film / Theater
Park City offers a surprising range of cultural diversions for a small mountain town. The Eccles Center and The Egyptian Theater offer national caliber dance, comedy, music and theatrical performances year-round.
Sundance Film Festival fills hotel rooms & local theaters every January.
Park City Film Series
The Park City Film Council is a non-profit organization and has 501(c)(3) status from the Internal Revenue Service. The Council presents the Park City Film Series and has partnered with other area non-profit organizations to bring film-related events to the community. The Park City Film Council is dedicated to providing to the residents of Park City and the surrounding area opportunities to experience and view motion pictures not normally available through commercial outlets in the Summit County area. It will also strive to bring viewers the opportunity to experience and view films which have obtained recognition as unique and exceptional cinematic efforts that have not been exhibited in our area.
Park City Museum
The Park City Museum reopened in October,2009 and has new exhibits of Park City's rich and colorful history.
Park City's summers and winters are packed with sporting events for both athletes and spectators. Winters bring World Cup freestyle events, World Superpipe Championships along with local and regional events. The US Ski and Snowboard Teams are located in Park City and are always the local favorites.
Summer time brings both team and individual sports to the forefront. Mountain and road biking events and races along with rugby, softball, soccer, and of course golf are big draws for summer time sports activities.
Utah Olympic Park was built to host the sliding and jumping events for the 2002 Winter Olympics and continues to be one of the world's premier venues for bobsled, luge, skeleton, and Nordic jumping competitions. It also has a Zipline and an Alpine slide that allows riders to weave down a narrow course with 18 turns that conclude at the base of the K-64 ski jump.
Park City's Skate Park features a street course, beginner bowl/half pipe as well as deep bowls. The park is open to boarders and in-line skaters, (no bikes allowed) and offers a variety of options for both beginner and expert, and the best part...
ADMISSION IS FREE!
Dirt Jump Park
GET A JUMP START!
Take your riding skills to new heights! Visit our park that can be just as fun for viewers as riders. We've got the perfect place to ride your dirt jump bike. You can even learn from some of the best riders out there.
Park City Neighborhood Parks
Park City values open space and is happy to provide neighborhood park facilities for your enjoyment. These parks have play equipment for a variety of ages. New Prospector & Racquet Club parks also feature arch climbing boulders. The South End of City Park and Rotary Park can be reserved for use whether you're a resident or just visiting.