In the beginning of August, Park City plays host to a full weekend of joy and excitement with the annual Kimball Arts Festival. It is here that you will find the best in entertainment and relaxation. Take advantage of all that this wonderful festival has to offer for just $10 for adults, $5 for kids and no charge for children five years old and younger.
Kick off this tremendous weekend with the very classy gala event hosted in the elegance of the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Deer Valley. Here you will enjoy a night of luxury from the fine dinner and fashion show, to the auctions and Porsche display.
After this night of pampering festivities, take to the streets of Old Town Park City and get lost in the charm of the town and the beautiful surrounding area. It is immersed in this beauty and culture where you will find the endless list of things to see and do at the Kimball Arts Festival. Rock out by enjoying the countless musical acts featured here, or gain a sense of refinement and culture from the beauty of all the art displays found throughout the grounds. If you are looking to actively participate in the fun, then take advantage of the complimentary “Yoga Fest” taking place here where you can relax amidst the fun and beauty. But be sure to save your energy for the festival after dark, featuring phenomenal music, comedy acts, and much, much more. And of course you always have the option to simply kick back and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the street from one of the multitudes of decks surrounding the activity of the street. Slaking your hunger and/or thirst has never been so easy or enjoyable as it is at this festival, with a seemingly endless selection of delicious dining options wherever you turn!
The Kimball Arts Festival also provides an extremely kid-friendly atmosphere with countless child-focused activities such as scavenger hunts, face painting, ceramic activities, and more. Looking for a fun and exciting way to get the whole family together for an amazing weekend, then look no further than this one of a kind festival in your favorite ski town!
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