NAC Barn Party, June 1

Kick off summer at this annual fundraiser at the National Ability Center Ranch and Equestrian Center. This family-friendly event includes dinner, live music, a saloon, a mechanical bull, an auction and more!

Park City Trail Series, June 1, July 13, August 3

Returning for another season, this trail series features three races of increasing length. With a 5K in June, a 10K in July and a half marathon in August, it’s the perfect way to challenge yourself this summer.

Park Silly Sunday Market, June 2–September 22 (none in August)

The Park Silly Sunday Market is the best place to end your weekend. Throughout June, July and September, thousands of people will converge on lower Main Street for live music, drinks, food and shopping from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Latino Arts Festival, June 14–16

Celebrate Latin cultures with arts, crafts, poetry, music, film, food and dance. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Park City and Summit County, this free, three-day event takes place at Canyons Village.

Your Barn Door Is Open, June 15
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Hosted by Friends of the Farm, this evening event offers dancing, food, music and socializing at the McPolin Farm. The organization also offers tours of the barn one Saturday each month from July to September.

Savor the Summit, June 22

Park City’s biggest and best dinner party is back for another year! This Park City Area Restaurant Association event features over a dozen participating restaurants, each with a prix fixe menu.

Forum Fest, July 3–6

Another event coming to Canyons Village at Park City Mountain is Forum Fest. Celebrate the Fourth of July at this free, three-day event with live music, food, drinks, family activities, art, a drone show, and hopefully, fireworks.

Oakley Rodeo, July 3–6

For almost 90 years, the Oakley Rodeo has kept the Western spirit alive over the Fourth of July weekend. The rodeo sells out every year, so if you get a chance to go, dig out your cowboy boots and hat!

Deer Valley Summer Concerts, July 5–August 29

This year’s lineup kicks off with Patriotic Pops by the Utah Symphony on July 5, with additional evenings featuring artists like Ziggy Marley, Jason Isbell and Gregory Alan Isakov.

Park City Institute Summer Concerts, July 9–August 24

Canyons Village at Park City Mountain will once again host this popular concert series. With free parking and cabriolet access, this event is affordable and easy to get to.

Hops on the Hill, Tuesdays, July 16–August 20

Each week features live music and local craft brewers with food pairings on the Flagstaff Deck at Stein Eriksen Lodge. Reservations are recommended, and the event is for guests 21 and over only.

Kimball Arts Festival, August 2–4

Now in its 55th year, this annual event brings around 200 artists to Main Street, with live music from Mountain Town Music, plus food trucks and tasting tents. Friday night is locals’ night and admission is free with advance registration.

Park City Song Summit, August 15–17

This three-day music and wellness event features intimate conversations and musical performances at venues throughout Park City, including Main Street and Canyons Village at Park City Mountain.

NAC Summit Challenge, August 24

This bike race is a fundraiser for the NAC. Riders can choose to ride various distances, between 16 and 100 miles, followed by an after-party at the event village.

Miners Day, September 2

Celebrate Labor Day the Park City way, with Miners Day celebrations. In addition to the parade, the Running of the Balls is a huge event, with funds raised for local nonprofits.

Mountain Beer Festival at Deer Valley, September 14–15

The last Deer Valley summer event brings over a dozen Utah breweries to Silver Lake Village for a weekend of live music and family-friendly activities. Tickets include a chairlift ride from Snow Park Lodge to Silver Lake Village.

Park City Wine Fest, October 3–5

Welcome the fall season with over 100 wineries from around the world. The three- day event includes paired lunches, dinners and outdoor adventures, as well as wine tastings throughout Park City.

Scarecrow Festival, October 5
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Celebrate fall at McPolin Barn. The farm provides the straw stuffing, while participants provide scarecrow accessories. Entries are placed along the bike path near the barn.

Park City Dine About, October

The annual Park City Dine About returns with prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at dozens of local restaurants. The multi- course meals are offered at thee price points, making some of Park City’s best food more affordable.

Park City Shot Ski, October 12

Join over 1,600 revelers as Park City tries to maintain the title for the longest shot ski over Breckenridge. Sponsored by High West Distillery and the Park City Sunrise Rotary, this event sells out every year!