Fall is a magical time in Park City, Utah. Locals love this “shoulder season” as it provides a break from the crowds. But there is still plenty of activity to enjoy with this additional elbow room. As the cooler temperatures approach and the leaves begin to fall, your senses invite you to take in new sights and sounds. Why not take in some cultural entertainment to further enhance the mood? From stunning ocean photography to the authentic sounds of bluegrass, prepare to be mesmerized.
The Eccles Center
The New Chinese Acrobats
The New Chinese Acrobats have created an award-winning acrobatic performance that mixes new techniques and acts with ancient traditions. China’s ancient folk art, combined with today’s acrobatic style, will mesmerize you as these amazing performers from across China bring their acrobatic skills to an innovative stage.
October 26 at 7:00 p.m.
Sweet Honey in the Rock
The legendary and Grammy Award-nominated sounds of this six-person ensemble, will sing their way into your heart as the gospel a cappella group, imbedded in African American culture and history, takes you on a journey of American life spanning more than 40 years. More than just entertainers, Sweet Honey in the Rock strives to educate the audience as they lifts up their spirits through song.
November 24 at 7:00 p.m.
National Geographic Live-Brian Skerry
Ocean Soul is a tour under the sea with award-winning photographer Brian Skerry. Skerry will take you on a photographic journey beneath the Arctic ice as he narrates photos he has taken of the area with intimate detail. You will feel like you made the trip yourself.
December 29 at 7:30 p.m.
Grammy Award nominees, The SteelDrivers, will have you toe-tapping to some of the best bluegrass this side of the Mississippi. Having recorded five albums, the group entertains with all the sights and sounds one would expect to hear from a soulful bluegrass band, from the fiddle to banjo. By the end of the performance you may just have to dance your way out the door.
October 25, 26 and 27 at 8:00 p.m.
Tickets range in price depending on day
The Addams Family
The kooky, melodramatic family is sure to entertain families with their macabre ways and quirky sense of humor. Navigating the pitfalls of modern-day life are agonizingly challenging for this clan still following old school values. Set to music that makes you want to sing along, the tale of daughter Wednesday falling in love with a common boy from Ohio is brought to life with great performances.
Nov.16-18 (showtime 6:00 p.m. on the 18th), 21, 23 and 24 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets range in price depending on the day
Christmas with the Celts
Irish dance and music come alive on stage performing some of the holiday classics like White Christmas and Santa Claus is Coming to Town. The Celts perform a mashup of traditional Irish music with American pop along with some originals played on Irish whistles, fiddles, banjos and uillean pipes. The Irish dancers further energize the stage creating a memorable holiday performance.
December 19 and 20 at 8:00 p.m.
Tickets range $35-$55