The 45th Annual event is held on Park City’s historic Main Street, and promises to be a weekend full of cultural experiences, with over 200 artists from 30 states, live music, kids’ activities, art demos, and great food from Park City’s finest restaurants. This year, you can plan on seeing food artisans, live performances, film screenings, and more.
The Kimball Arts Festival is the biggest fundraiser of the year, and the proceeds from the event help support art and education in Utah.
You can also purchase a festival membership between now and August 1, where a $70 membership could win you a two-night stay at the Aria in Las Vegas. The Kimball Arts Center will also host a fundraising event at the Stein Eriksen Lodge on Thursday evening, July 31 to kick off the activities.
Each year, the event draws nearly 60,000 art enthusiasts and others from all over the country, and it looks like a super busy weekend in Park City from August 1 through August 3.
Party in Park City over the weekend of August 1-3 until the sun goes down, as the festival hosts plenty of events after dark.
There are plenty of things to do—even after the event closes. For example, you can take part in the Festival After Dark while you listen to the Deer Valley Symphony perform Friday and Saturday night at the Deer Valley amphitheater.
During the Festival After Dark, the Sundance Institute will present a free screening of “Twenty Feet from Stardom.” The Park City Institute and St Regis will also showcase an event called, “Big Stars Bright Nights” at the amphitheater on Sunday, August 3, where you can meet Muscle Shoals and Lisa Fischer from “Twenty Feet from Stardom.”
The Deer Valley Symphony also performs “Disney in Concert” on Friday night and Super Diamond (a Neil Diamond tribute) on Saturday night at the Deer Valley amphitheater;
Join in the fun as food artisans, as well as performancs and ﬁlm screenings all become part of the Park City Kimball Arts Festival, for a weekend of food, fun, frolic, art, and music.
With over 70 new artists participating in the festival, a special kid’s area that includes face painting, kids’ booths, scavenger hunts, and art projects, your kids can join in on the fun too. In fact, kids ages 5 and under can get in for free all weekend, and adults can buy weekend passes for $10.