Location: Mountain Stage at Canyons VillageJuly 30, 2016
The annual Park City Summer Concert Series is coming to the Mountain Stage in Canyons Village! Join us on select Saturdays, beginning July 2nd and ending September 3rd, for free live music starting at 6:00 pm. Come kick off your sandals and get in the summer groove as these musicians perform a variety of genres including funk, reggae, and folk.
The Cabriolet will be open from 9:30 am until 9:30 pm on these days. Due to the popularity of these concerts, we would appreciate our guests carpooling, taking public transportation or riding their bicycles to the show!
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NOTE: Dogs (with the exception of service dogs) will not be allowed in the concert venue at any time. Blankets, picnics and chairs will not be allowed in the concert venue until 4:00 pm. Due to the steepness of our concert venue, guests may bring their own chair to our concerts provided that the chair is low-back. Low-back chairs must be 12" max from the ground to the front of the seat bottom and 30" max from the ground to the top of the chair in its highest position. There are no exceptions to this rule and guests bringing chairs that do not meet this requirement will be asked to take them back to their vehicles. Chairs meeting the height requirements are available for purchase at Canyon Mountain Sports.
We will also have local musicians performing in both the Park City Base Area and Canyons Village every Saturday afternoon from July 2nd through September 24th. Visit our Afternoon Music event page for more information.
Sat., Jul. 2:
Analog Son: One of our favorite new funk bands, Analog Son, ties a wide range of jazz influences with a beat that will keep your head bouncing along through every song. The sizzling musical melting pot the group is stirring up is certainly is one funky force to be reckoned with. Get your groove on as they take the Mountain Stage and commence our Summer Concert Series!
Sat., Jul. 16:
The Wailers: Known best for pioneering roots rock reggae alongside global icon Bob Marley, The Wailers are considered by fans to be the greatest exponents of Jamaica's reggae tradition. With a fresh excitement in each show that continues to attract enthusiastic audiences from around the world, The Wailers have played to an estimated 24 million people. See them for yourself and witness the group believed to be one of the last, great reggae institutions.
Sat., Jul. 30:
Coming out of Houston, Texas with a robust sense of musical adventurousness, Robert Ellis crafts what has been called an impeccably structured sound-one that exists outside of neat categorization. Although listeners can hear traces of Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon, Ellis' use of basic country elements, like his soulful twang and fearless storytelling, coupled with jazzy chord voicings and shredded guitar lines, separate him from the rest. Get a taste of his diverse sound when he takes to the Mountain Stage.
Sat., Aug. 27:
Bright Light Social Hour:
Influenced by genres such as hard rock, R&B, electronica and pop, Bright Light Social Hour conjures a bold new version of psychedelic music. Their unique conjuring is displayed on their second album, which was released last year, "Space is Still the Place." On this illusionary record and at the band's performances, listeners find some songs that mirror harsh truths with guitars and blues energy, while the group's other dreamier electronic-influenced moments are about escaping those dark realities. Come hear this vibrant group and learn why they were named "Band of the Year" at SXSW in 2011.
Sat., Sept. 3:
Smooth Hound Smith:Established in 2012, and currently based in East Nashville, TN, Smooth Hound Smith records and performs a varied yet distinctive style of folky, garage-infused rhythm & blues. The foot stompin' American roots duo is comprised of "one-man-band" Zack Smith who plays guitar, foot drums, harmonica, banjo, and sings, as well as Caitlin Doyle who sings and plays percussion. Revel in their modern interpretation of early blues, soul, and rock 'n' roll at the final concert in our Summer Series!