9:50 pm, August 6, 2012

Calendar of Events

Free outdoor concerts are part of what makes Summer in Park City just as amazing as our famous Wintertime

There are music options all around town this August – far too many great options to list each one

Here is a list of some favorite weekly concerts taking place on:


The following two highlighted options are at Deer Valley some of our personal favorite events to attend every year!
Utah Symphony/Utah Opera continues their 2012 Deer Valley Music Festival with concerts at Deer Valley Outdoor Amphitheater

The line-up in August includes:

-American Songbook with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (Aug 10)

-Pink Martini (Aug 11)

-Visit the Deer Valley Music Festival website for more information and to buy tickets

The St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights concert series rocks Deer Valley through Labor Day

On tap for the sizzling second half of summer:

-rock stars The All-American Rejects with opening band Eve 6 (August 12)

-the iconic folk-rock-blues duchess of coolsville Rickie Lee Jones with Lucy Wainwright Roche (August 25)

-and the outrageously fun Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music and costume contest (September 1)

-For a complete line-up visit the website

While you’re getting excited for all this great music don’t forget to consider the Park Silly Sunday Market as a great option for something to do on Sundays – we enjoy attending every week to soak up the sunshine, Main Street, people watching, great food, farmers market scores and all the great crafts and art the vendors are selling.
The Park Silly Sunday Market continues every Sunday through September. Don’t miss the August 12 return after Arts Fest when Tour of Utah will launch their final race stage from Main Street during the Market.  This street festival and market celebrates everything unique about Park City.  Watch as Featured Artists perfect their crafts.  Learn about different Sustainable Issues and how you can make a difference. Get cooking tips from a Featured Chef.  Bring the kids so they can enjoy an array of free activities.  Live music will help you get your groove on while you shop for fresh produce from local farmers.


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