1. Park City Farmers Market
May 19-October 27

If you’re looking for organic, Utah-grown produce and products, there’s arguably no better place to go than Park City Farmers Market. Bring along a reusable bag or two and enjoy perusing the stands — the market takes place every Wednesday from 12 to 5 p.m.

2. Park City Trail Series
August 7, September 11 

Runners mark your calendars for a trail series to end all trail series. There are two more events left in the series — ending with a half marathon on September 11. No judgements if you want to wait at the finish line with a cup of coffee and get inspired for next year.

2. Park Silly Sunday Market
June 6-September 26 (except August 1, 8, 15)

There’s something magical about a lazy Sunday spent walking down Main Street, enjoying an open-air market that has everything from fresh produce to live music and arts and crafts. Grab a coffee and a bite from one of the food stalls or head to the market’s famous bloody Mary bar for a little morning boost.

4. Deer Valley Music Festival
July 2 – August 7

It doesn’t get much more idyllic than listening to The Temptations, Capathia Jenkins, and Kristin Chenoweth alongside the Utah Symphony in the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. Pack a picnic, layers, and a blanket, and let the music — and the starry skies — melt the day away. 

5. Park City Kimball Arts Festival
August 6-8

The three-day arts festival — one of the summer’s most beloved events — is back with a series of committed artists and vendors ready to sell their wares (and show off their skills) at the annual festival. While you might be able to do your rounds in a day, we suggest spending the whole weekend immersed in the Park City arts scene. 

*Keep in mind all events are COVID-19 dependent and are subject to change.