With this epic ski season winding down, one might think there is little to do during mud season in Park City. But they would be wrong! The Egyptian Theatre never rests, and will continue to present award-winning entertainment. From musical performances to stage shows, springtime at the theatre is filled with memorable shows, including the annual Park City Follies. The ever- popular, entertainment event of the year is happening April 26th through May 5th and is packed with local talent. This must-see show is loaded with humor and satire and showcases local talent in a variety of performances that endearingly poke fun of our mountain town and various current events. Seeing your friends and familiar faces on stage and in the audience makes this a
Pink Park City is the one day of the year for people to come together to ski or snowboard for a cause that hits home for most. The first pink day was held in Vail in 2012 as an event to support breast cancer but has since grown to support all types of cancer research. This cancer-fighting experience brings the community together in celebration and support of the Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City. Participants register and solicit donations on their own personal fundraising page, with 100% of the donations go to fund cancer research.
The event includes a day of skiing, live music, food and activities at Park City Mountain. Tons of swag will be handed out in giveaways and drawings. There will be deck parties at four Park City Mountain
Free live music! What better way to kick off the spring season in Park City and wind down after a day of skiing, than a fun après-ski concert? Spring Gruuv is a longtime Canyons Resort tradition that has been embraced by the combined Park City Mountain. It’s a fabulous way to celebrate spring skiing that is accompanied by warmer temperatures and extended daylight hours. From now through the end of the ski season, attend multiple live music concerts at both the Park City Mountain Village and the Canyons Village each Saturday. From rock music to smooth, soulful bluegrass, there is sure to be band or two on your must-see list. And the shows are free!