More than a world-renowned destination for recreation, Park City is a powerhouse for amazing access to high-caliber cultural offerings. Come in from the cold and be entertained by top-notch performers.. The line-ups on Park City local stages is not lacking in depth or quality. Check out who is coming to the Eccles Center and the Egyptian Theatre this month.
Kantor is part of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team whose New York Times story on Harvey Weinstein’s alleged abuse toward women was brought to the forefront. She will share events that allegedly took place around the world and right here in Park City at the Stein Ericksen Lodge. She will discuss abuse in Hollywood and current patterns of why women are now speaking up.
January 18, 7:30 p.m.
National Geographic Live: On the Trail of Big Cats with Steve Winter
Award-winning photographer Steve Winter takes you on a photographic journey through the jungles of Asia where tiger populations still persist. From there, travel to the rain forests of Latin America in pursuit of the elusive jaguar, and on to the Hollywood hills in search of the American cougar. Winter’s mission is to share the beauty of these powerful animals while also working to save them.
January 19, 7:30 p.m.
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus + The It Gets Better Project
These two organizations are bringing their uplifting mission to Park City for a week of workshops through choral music in an effort to empower and connect lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer youth. Upon completion of the week-long workshops, the group will perform on the Main Stage.
February 9, 7:30 p.m.
Get your dancing shoes out for the rock band that will perform a blend of modern electric blues, boogie and rock. Founded in 1966 by two blues historians, Alan Wilson and Bob Hite, (both deceased) the band has had three worldwide hits, “On The Road Again” (1968), “Let’s Work Together” (1970) and “Going Up The Country” (1969). They have performed alongside Jimi Hendrix and The Who and have enjoyed much success in their more than fifty years of performing.
January 11-13, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets start at $29
Two-time Grammy Award winner, Rita Coolidge will serenade you with both her classics and new songs from her recently released solo album, Safe in the Arms of Time, her 18th album. During the 1970s, Coolidge was a backup singer for Stephen Stills and Eric Clapton before going out on her solo career. Through the years, she has written many award-winning songs like “We’re All Alone and “The Way You Do the Things You Do.”
January 17-19, 7:30 p.m.
Tickets start at $29
As one of Canada’s award-winning artists, Bruce Cockburn has been performing for the past 40 years, recently touring North America. His latest album, Bone on Bone is his 33rd release, filled with folk songs that fans will enjoy as he captures human experiences through song.
February 7-9, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets start at $35
Mary Wilson of The Supremes
Founding and longest member of The Supremes is coming to Park City! Back by popular demand, Wilson will perform Supreme classics and entertain with her illustrious talent that gained her the prestige inductee Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
February 14-17, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets start at $43
Three-time Grammy Award winner, Shawn Colvin is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of her first album release. Her latest release, The Starlighter, is an adaptation of lullabies from the children’s book, Lullabies and Night Songs. Over the years, she has wooed audiences with her mesmerizing voice and remarkable guitar playing talent.
February 21-24, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets start at $39
Photo Credit: Rita Coolidge.net