Olympic Day

June 18
An afternoon celebrating the Olympic spirit with Olympians and Paralympians at the Utah Olympic Park. The event is free to all and is presented by the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation.

Latino Arts Festival

June 20-26
celebration of the Latino and Hispanic cultures of Peru, Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Columbia, Argentina, and others with film screenings, arts and crafts, live music, dance, and food in multiple venues throughout Park City.

Savor the Summit

June 25
Park City’s biggest annual food and drink extravaganza returns to Main Street this summer. The town’s best restaurants will serve guests seated at a giant table that spans the length of Main Street. Dine al fresco in Old Town as the sun sets in the west.

Deer Valley Music Festival

July 1-August 6
Watch the Utah Symphony perform with guest artists and conductors throughout the month-long music festival. Don’t miss “Patriotic Pops with LaKisha Jones” as she joins the Utah Symphony at Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater to perform red, white, and blue anthems under the stars.

The Zombies

July 28-30
The iconic British band, The Zombies, takes the stage for three consecutive nights at the Egyptian Theatre where they’ll play beloved hits like “Time of the Season,” “Tell Her No,” “She’s Not There,” and many more memory-rattlers.

Park City Song Summit

September 7-10
Live shows, master classes, seminars, jams, songwriter rounds, and more make up the Park City Song Summit, which is held at various locations around town. Attending artists this year include Gov’t Mule, Jason Isbell, Fred Armisen, Josh Ritter, Andrew Bird, Father John Misty, and Adia Victoria.

Park City Wine Festival

September 29 – October 1
This festival is a food and wine lover’s dream come true as more than 100 wineries, distilleries, breweries, epicurean food purveyors, and local restaurants gather for wine tastings, dinners, seminars, luncheons, and outdoor adventures.