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Park City Utah Summer Events

Our Park City summer Calendar of Events is full of major cultural events. Set against the backdrop of majestic mountains, your spirits will rise as you experience exciting celebrations, such as our regionally famous Park City Kimball Arts Festival, the Park City Food & Wine Classic, the rip-roarin' Oakley Rodeo, the melodically inspiring Utah Symphony | Opera's Deer Valley Music Festival or the Big Stars Bright Nights summer concert series.  You'll easily feel your temperature rise as you take in one of several international mountain biking competitions, our annual Park City Marathon or experience America's Toughest Stage Race - the Tour of Utah.  But that's just the beginning. 

Getting To Park City Utah Couldn't Be Easier

Summer's most memorable vacation destination is a short 35-minute ride from Salt Lake City International Airport, with hundreds of flights arriving daily. Once you're here, getting around is even easier thanks to our free, bio-diesel bus system and bike-friendly community with ample parking located throughout town. Exploring Park City and our Resorts is easy.    

SUMMER EVENTS IN PARK CITY

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Earth Day Celebration at the Swaner EcoCenter

  • April 25, 2015
  • Times: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Phone: 435-649-1767
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Celebrate Earth Day at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter. This event will offer a number of engaging activities and take home crafts for youth of all ages. Participants will get to clean up a small scale oil spill, learn more about compostable materials, and participate in a recycling race. Guess how many recyclables are in a tub for a chance to win a family membership or one session of summer camp!

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Park City Institute presents Alonzo King LINES Ballet

  • April 25, 2015
  • Times: 7:30 pm
  • Location: Eccles Center
  • Phone: 435-655-3114
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"The most sophisticated modernism in classical dance," (Los Angeles Times), Alonzo King LINES Ballet performs a bold and poetic mixed repertory evening on Apr. 25, 2015. The show's centerpiece is a new collaborative work inspired by the animal soundscapes of bio-acoustician Dr. Bernie Krause - sonic recordings that serve as critical barometers of global environmental health. Alonzo King, "one of the few bon... Details

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Park City Film Series - Wild Tales

  • April 25, 2015 - April 26, 2015
  • Times: Friday & Saturday 8pm, Sunday @ 6pm
  • Location: The Prospector
  • Phone: 435-615-8291
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This black comedy, a huge hit at the Toronto Film Festival and Best Foreign Film Academy Award nominee, contains six short stories that throw characters into outrageous, funny, and unbelievable circumstances. These exhilarating and hugely entertaining stories take their characters to extremes as they are propelled into startling and hysterical situations.

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Park City Follies

  • April 25, 2015 - May 03, 2015
  • Times: 8:00pm nightly except Sundays @ 6pm
  • Phone: 435-649-9371
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Our annual Romp-and-Stomp on all thing Park City: people, politics, events, and developments. A playful poke of the stick at the soft underbelly of our unique community.

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Utah Wilderness 50 Photographic Exhibition

  • April 25, 2015 - June 07, 2015
  • Times: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Phone: 435-649-1767
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The Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is pleased to announce a special exhibition called Utah Wilderness 50. This exhibit features 50 photographs that were selected through a juried process from more than 1,400 entries. All photos represent Utah public lands and reflect the spirit of the Wilderness Act of 1964. Additional activities for youth and adults: Utah Wilderness 50 Children's Photographic Experience The film "Th... Details

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