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Events in Park City | July 14th-20th, 2014

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Its hot out there! ¬†At least for us Park City folks ūüôā ¬†Even though the daytime temperatures have been on the rise it still cools off nicely in the evening to enjoy the many outdoor summer concerts we have around town. ¬†Take a look at this week’s events in Park City below:

July 16th:  Deer Valley Summer Concerts РSwagger

Swagger is a high energy Celtic Rock band. The group writes about the struggles of the Irish, Welsh, Scotts & Italian Gypsies who came to America to start a new life. They blend American Rock, Reggae, Funk, Jazz, Ska & Country with Celtic styles that produce amazing music. Well known for their exciting live stage performances, concert goers have welcomed their entertaining shows to their hometown 

July 17th:  Newpark Concert Series РThe Ballroom Thieves

Newpark Amphitheater is located in the heart of Newpark Town Center and is surrounded by several restaurants, retail shops & the pristine Swaner Nature Preserve. These community concerts take place Thursday evenings, June 19 – August 28, and feature national, regional and local touring acts in a beautiful forum environment. Bring a blanket, picnic, spirits to imbibe and get your groove on with friends and neighbors

July 19th:  Canyons Concert Series РTrigger Hippy

Canyons will once again have our amazing and FREE Saturday Summer Concert Series. Each Saturday, beginning July 19th and ending August 30th, Canyons will have FREE live music starting at 6:00pm. The Cabriolet and Waldorf gondola will be open Saturdays at 4:00pm. Blankets, picnics and chairs will not be allowed in the concert venue until 4:00pm. Dogs are not allowed in the Ski Beach concert venue.  

July 19th:  Flying Ace All Star Aerial Show

Saturdays, in July only, as well as Sundays, June 8 through August 31. The Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show presented by Montage Deer Valley features top Olympic and World Champion skiers, snowboarders, and acrobats in an electrifying performance unlike any other. These fearless athletes slide down steep inclines at speeds up to 35 miles an hour, then launch up to 60 feet into the air 

Enjoy your week!

Craig

 

 

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