Summers in Park City, Utah are full of events that everyone will love. I was at The Silly Market on Sunday when it hit me just how much there is to do in Park City every summer. Free concerts 4 days a week, the weekly Park Silly Sunday Market, a weekly Farmer’s Market at Canyons the annual Kimball Arts Fest, Savor the Summit, and the Food and Wine Classic…. Not to mention all the hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. There is so much to do this summer, I thought it’d be helpful to outline some of the biggest events of the summer. There are activities for the whole family (no matter how old the kids are), times to meet up with friends, and date nights on Main Street. Here’s a list of dates, times, and details about the biggest summer events.
Park Silly Sunday Market
Dates: Every Sunday, June 8th – September 21st Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The town comes alive every Sunday to enjoy great music, food, art, crafts, and fun for the kids on Historic Main Street. This eco-friendly, open-air market, street festival, and community forum is the place where we get together to celebrate summer. It’s filled with regional and local creations, delicious gourmet foods, and one-of-a-kind art pieces you won’t find anywhere else. There’s a beer garden, amazing food vendors, a farmers market, and plenty of activities for kids of all ages. Ride your bikes and drop them off at the parking garage bike check on 9th Street & Lower Main Street and enjoy. Parking is available along Park Ave, on Upper Main St., Swede Alley, and the China Bridge parking area, but it gets crowded quickly. Walk, take the bus, or ride bikes if you can.
Dates: Now – September Time: Varies I’m going to have to write a whole article on all the concerts this summer. There are free shows at all of the resorts and in different neighborhoods all summer long. The Deer Valley Free Concert Series features one of the best venues and community gathering. Canyons is offering a killer free lineup again this year and there will be shows at Billy Blancos in Quarry Village and at the outdoor Newpark Amphitheatre. The Silly Market has free music every weekend, too. Mountain Town Music makes this all possible and provides a calendar you can print out for the fridge.