Park City summer events are too numerous to list them all, view our Park City Calendar of Events below for details on everything happening in Park City this summer.
You wait an entire year for your summer vacation. Spend it in Park City, a rustic, yet lively summer vacation destination that fells a million miles from the every day, but so close. All of which gives you time to experience our wildflower-covered mountainsides, great food, shopping, hiking and biking, and of course, world class summer events. Fill every summer vacation moment with something new and exciting. Stop by famous Park City Kimball Arts Festival or catch an outdoor concert under the stars during the Deer Valley Music Festival or St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights summer concerts.
Celebrate our nations beginning during our 4th of July Celebration and Fireworks in Park City or come over Labor Day and relive the rugged mining history of Park City at the annual Miner’s Days Parade and Celebration. Judging from the many events and festivals, you’ll find Park City is a veritable Mecca for of summer activities and things to do. You won’t run out of things to do this summer, but you might run out of time to do it all. Come to Park City this summer for a summer full of memorable events, and a vacation you’ll never forget.
Summer in Park City wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Park Silly Sunday Market, held every Sunday, June through September. The Park Silly Sunday Market is an eco-friendly open air market, street festival and commUnity forum where neighbors and friends come together to celebrate our commUnity of fun and funky Park Sillians.
Park City Summer Events
Here’s a list of some of our favorite Park City summer events:
Park Silly Sunday Market (June 2 – September 22, 2019 (Except Aug 4, 13, 18)
The Park Silly Sunday Market kicks off another summer season of “sillyness” on Sunday, June 2nd, 10am to 5pm, on historic Main Street in Park City. The Market continues every Sunday throughout the summer, concluding, September 22, with the exception of a few days in August.
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.
We like to start off the 4th early with a separate event and Fireworks show on July 3rd at the Canyons Resort, then enjoy the rest of the weekend’s celebration over 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.
Utah Symphony/Utah Opera Deer Valley Music Festival – (July – August)
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.
St Regis Big Stars Bright Nights Summer Concerts – (July-September)
Now in it’s 15th season. Listen to some of the hottest touring acts in the country this summer. All concerts will be held at the Eccles Center in 2019.
Join us this summer for the inaugural Deer Valley Concert Series, presented by Deer Valley Resort in conjunction with The State Room Presents. This vibrant and energizing five show series will welcome new artists to the stage of the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, bringing the mountains to life.
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.
Tour of Utah (August 12-18, 2019)
The Tour of Utah is an internationally known, professional cycling competition with participating teams coming from around the world. New this summer, Stage 5 of the Tour of Utah at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain on Saturday, August 17th and finish at Canyons Village. Stage 6, August 18th, the final leg will be held again on Historic Main Street in Park City.
Miner’s Day Celebration (Monday, September 2, 2019)
Park City celebrates the Labor Day Holiday as a remembrance of our town’s historical mining roots – thus the name, Park City Miner’s Day. A day’s worth of traditional events are planned to mark Miner’s Day in Park City on Monday, September 4, beginning with a pancake breakfast in the City Park to our old fashioned Labor Day Parade on Historic Main Street.
Park City Autumn Aloft (September 14-15, 2019)
Autumn Aloft is a visual delight for spectators rather than an opportunity for balloon rides for event attendees. Autumn Aloft festivities begin in the early morning. Evening festivities take place Friday and Saturday evenings. Make a Park City weekend out of it.