A trip to Park City doesn't mean roughing it in the mountains. On the contrary, we've actually got as many events and cultural activities scheduled as we have wooded trails. Park City has everything from regular gallery tours to almost daily live concerts under the stars to live theater productions and indepedent film screenings. And our free public transportation system will help you get to every one of them.
No matter when you're planning a vacation to Park City, our Calendar of Events will keep you informed on everything going on in and around town during your stay.
Each June you can join Park City's longest dining table during Savor the Summit's - The Grande Table event. One long dinner table graces the length of Main Street, allowing for over 1500 diners to join in celebration of fabulous food, outdoor dining, live music, and summer in the mountains.
Spend the weekend celebration Independence Day. Take in a concert, catch the rodeo, or an outdoor concert, enjoy 4th of July Parade on Park City's Historic Main Street including a 5k run, pancake breakfast, parade, live music, rugby games, and beer gardens.
Come experience an epicurean extravaganza at the annual Park City Food a& Wine Classic. A premier event where master winemakers, culinary greats, and distinguished guests gather to play, wine, and dine in beautiful Park City, Utah.
The Deer Valley® Music Festival is the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera's summer home in the mountains. Enjoy chamber music, classical, opera, and pops offerings in various venues throughout town, including Snow Park Amphitheater at Deer Valley Resort.
The Kimball Art Center is set to host this annual arts festival, one of the top art festivals in the country. More than 200 selected artists, 30 live bands, three wine and beer gardens, and the Kimball Kid's Corner will highlight the event.
Experience a traditional county fair, complete with a rodeo, demolition derby and fun for the entire family.
The Tour of Utah is a premier showcase of International professional cycling competition that takes place in Utah in August. Park City's Historic Main Street will be the start and finish site for the challenging and final Stage Seven, featuring some of the steepest climbs and fastest descents in pro cycling.