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!
The Pour: Canyons Village Stage
Salt Lake City based, The Pour will perform hits with musical influences from Jimi Hendrix to Miles Davis. The band has opened for Big Head Todd, and DJ Logic and have nearly a decade of songwriting to their credit.
Mudpuddle: Payday Deck
A legendary Park City rock-and-roll band, Muddpuddle will entertain with their blend of original and cover music within a range of styles, from classic rock to blues. The band members are: Cole Hobbs and Marty Klein on guitars, Phil Dean on Bass, Mike Rogers on Keyboards, Matt Gordon on Drums, and Johnny Leone on Saxophone.
The Pranksters: Canyons Village Stage
A tribute band celebrating the music and culture of the Grateful Dead, what more could you ask for fellow deadheads?
Tony Oros Trio: Payday Deck
Tony Oros has been playing acoustic cover music in Park City for more than ten years.
Come and enjoy the musical trio’s versions of some of the classics.
Pixie & the Partygrass Boys: Canyons Village Stage
A band of ski bums and hippies who blends elements of pop, jazz, and funk with bluegrass to create their unique style, aptly named “Partygrass."
Lash Larue: Payday Deck
A Park City favorite for bluegrass, Lash LaRue brings the spirit of the west to the stage. Enjoy the mellow sounds of the honky-tonk.
Changing Lanes Experience: Canyons Village Stage
Changing Lanes Experience has been featured on NBC, CBS, and Park City TV.
This group of talented musicians has musical education that spans decades, appealing to both young people and old timers.
Jamie Drake: Payday Deck
After working behind-the-scenes, Jamie Drake has perfected her craft in preparation of taking the stage herself. Her diverse musical influences include Joni Mitchell and Cat Power, giving her a unique musical range and a style all her own.
King Cardinal: Canyons Village Stage
King Cardinal takes rock music into a new space with suggestions of country and folk.
Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds: Eagle Statue Park City Mountain Village
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds offers performances of modern soul. The band is based in Brooklyn and has earned a reputation for being one of the hardest working bands in the biz.
Anderson East: Eagle Statue Park City Mountain Village
Anderson East presents that classic Americana sound with a fusion of rhythm and blues, gospel and country.
Henry Hunter: Canyons Village Stage
Henry has many years of experience performing, also being called on as a backup singer and session guitarist. Most recently, he has been spending time in Nashville recording with his original band, and is sure to bring a hit show to the stage.
Dragondeer: Canyons Village Stage
Dragondeer hails from Colorado and brings sounds of the past along with sounds from modern influences to the stage. When asked to describe the inspiration for their new album, bassist Casey Sidwell said, “somehow soothing and creepy all at once.”