Events and Activities

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Celebrate Halloween, or better known as Howl-O-Ween in Park City

Whether you’re looking for family friendly activities for the kiddos or a ghoulish night out on the town, Main Street is where you want to be for Howl-O-Ween.  Halloween on Historic Park City’s Main Street was named one of the top Halloween celebrations in the country by Travel and Leisure magazine and for good reason!

Park City merchants on Historic Main Street open up their doors to ghosts, ghouls, and goblins galore on Halloween. The street is packed (and closed to cars for the afternoon) with kids and parents trick-or-treating at the local businesses from 3-5. So head on up with your best costumes and join the fun and have a fun and safe trick-0r-treating experience so their

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In case you were wondering....We celebrate Labor Day as Miner’s Day in Park City. 

Miners Day

Fun and funky, the annual Park City Miner’s Day  parade down historic Main Street attracts marching bands and community floats as Park City celebrates its mining heritage.   Put your blanket down on the curb with the kids and be ready for the fun. The parade begins around 11:00 a.m., just after the annual Running of the Balls down Main Street. The parade route runs the length of Main Street, before skipping over to Park Avenue and on down to City Park.  Miners’ Day in Park City offers something for everyone, young and old. Enjoy a day in the park, a curbside spot for the parade and Running of the Balls or a spot in the bleachers for the legendary Mucking and Drilling

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While Park City is often recognized as a world-class winter resort destination, summers here are truly magical.  Perfect temperatures, 400+ miles of easy-access trails, outdoor deck dining galore, and let us not forget the plethora of live music and outdoor concert venues.  The Park City summer concert live music scene is booming, and includes something for every budget (some are FREE!) and every taste.  Here's a few things happening this August in Park City.  

Sundays, 6/3 - 9/23: Park Silly Sunday Market, Park City

Wednesdays, 6/6 - 10/10: Park City Farmers Market, Park City

8/3 - 8/5: Park City Kimball Arts Festival, Park City

8/3 - 8/11 - Deer Valley Music Festival Concerts

8/5 - 9/1  Big Stars Bright Nights Concerts

8/2 - 9/3 -

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The 49th annual Park City 2018 Kimball Art Festival takes place August 3-5, 2018.

Park City Kimball Art Festival

The Park City Kimball Art Festival brings over 50,000 guests, 220+ jury-selected artists from over 30 states in 12 categories, 30 live musical acts and an array of cuisine offerings to Park City every summer. And for the second year in a row, the Park City Kimball Arts Festival was voted in the top 50 art fairs in the nation by Art Fair Calendar.  The 49th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival, presented by Zions Bank, takes place on Historic Main Street and serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center. Proceeds from the Festival enable us to provide, free of charge, year-round art exhibitions, gallery tours, monthly Art Talks and to offer art

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The Deer Valley Music Festival is turning 15 and the Utah Symphony is grateful to Park City and Summit County for the continued support. Check out this amazing lineup coming your way this summer in #ParkCity.  The Deer Valley® Music Festival is the summer home of the Utah Symphony. The eight-week series in July and early August takes place in spectacular Park City venues surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains

Deer Valley Music Festival

Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater concerts

June 30 — Patriotic Celebration with Rachel Potter. Celebrate America the beautiful with Broadway, country music, and The X-Factor star Rachel Potter as she performs hits from Broadway and your red, white, and blue favorites. GET TICKETS

July 6 — Disney in Concert: A Silly Symphony Celebration

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Sundance Film Festival January 18-28-2018

Sundance Film FestivalSundance Image copyright protected - Park City Photography.com

The Sundance Film Festival is just a couple weeks away!    Sundance is a 10-day festival is more than just movies, with town buzzing with concerts, parties, and celebrity sightings. Did you know it's also one of the best times to ski? The slopes are practically empty, while most of town is in a theater or sleeping in. 

Got Lodging?  Park City Resort Lodging has a few units still available for this popular, sold out event.

Here is some important information you may need to know about making the most of your Sundance Film Festival Experience in Park City.  

Sundance Film Festival 2018

The Schedule: The Sundance Film Festival runs from

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New Years Activities in Park City

New Years in Park City

Park City's New Year's Eve Celebration is a great way for you and all of your friends and family to kick-off your New Year's Eve celebrations. In addition to the fireworks show, enjoy fire pits, hot cocoa, and live music on the Canyons Village Stage.  Lining up plans in Park City? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something that piques your interest.

What’s Happening New Years in Park City?

  • December 29th – Last Friday Gallery Stroll on Main Street – The Last Friday Gallery Stroll is a free community event that gives locals and Park City visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while exploring Park City’s exciting art scene. During
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Park City Autumn Aloft - September 16-17, 2017

Park City Autumn AloftGet up early to Park City and be sure to catch the Saturday and Sunday launch events which will take place on the North 40 Playing Fields directly behind Park City’s Treasure Mountain Middle school. Balloons are scheduled to lift off around 8am.  Ample parking is provided at the Eccles and Park City High School parking facilities. And once the balloons lift off there’s plenty of time to enjoy everything Park City has to offer.  Head to Main Street and enjoy breakfast at many of the popular restaurants.  Saturday evening’s Candlestick event on Historic Main Street is a unique experience for both longtime residents and visitors to Park City. On Sunday, be sure to visit Historic Main Street after the launch

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Celebrate Miner's Day in Park City

Miners Day in Park CityLabor Day isn't celebrated in Park City, but MINER'S DAY is!  Fun and funky, the annual Miner’s Day parade down historic Main Street attracts marching bands and community floats as Park City celebrates its mining heritage. 

To truly enjoy Park City Miners’ Day with your family and friends, have a plan for parking and transportation. Take advantage of wide open parking at Park City High School with free transportation downtown. Park City Mountain Resort is another great place to park with easy bus access to Main Street, but get there early. You might also consider riding your bike.

RUNNING OF THE BALLSRunning of the Balls you say?  Join the crowd on Park City’s historic Main Street for the Running of the Balls. Patterned after the

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Park City Voted America's Favorite Town by Travel & Leisure

Each year Travel + Leisure Magazine puts out a list of America's favorite mountain towns. This year, Travel + Leisure have awarded our own Park City, UT the top spot, beating out locations in Colorado (Durango, Aspen, and Vail) and Montana (Jackson, Bozeman, and Missoula). Between the accessibility to Salt Lake City, the airport, and the ski resorts to the myriad of both summer and winter activities, it's no wonder Park City is reining supreme. 

What makes Park City so great?

Our Accessibility

It all starts with access. Mountain towns share the qualities of clean air, fresh water and beautiful nature and wildlife, but most of them are very difficult to get to from major cities.

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