Park City Events | July 25th-31st, 2016
July 26th: Hops on the Hill
Hops on the Hill is a Tuesday Night Summer Festival at Stein Eriksen Lodge, located mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort. Each event will feature beer samplings by Utah’s finest, award-winning craft breweries from Artisan Brew Masters, Chef Zane’s patio barbeque pairings and a free concert on the lawn. This is a six-week series kicks off July 12th. Event Dates: Tuesdays, July 12 – August 16, 2016 Utah Craft Beer & Barbeque Tasting 5:00 pm Free Concert on the Lawn: 6:00 pm Schedule: Breweries and bands to be announced soon!
July 27th: Park City Farmers’ Market at Canyons Village
Each Wednesday, Canyons Village at Park City will once again host Park City’s Farmers’ Market from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm in the Cabriolet parking lot. Stop by for fresh produce, fresh baked bread and arts and crafts from local vendors. We expect the Farmers’ Market to run from June 1, 2016 into mid-late October, depending on weather and the growing season.
July 27th: Deer Valley Concerts – Joy & Eric
A guitar and vocal duo play a stripped down version of late twentieth century acoustic pop music. Joy & Eric perform familiar “radio” music with intricate, sparse, guitar work, with clear, ringing vocals. Deer Valley’s Gourmet Picnic Baskets and Bags are available for purchase. All orders must be placed and purchased by 5 p.m. the day prior to the event. For further information, please call 435-645-6613.
July 28th: Newpark Concert – Tony Holiday & Velvetones
2012 GORILLA MUSIC BATTLE OF THE BANDS–Tony Holiday and The Velvetones are full of blues goodness with a bit of a southern rock flare. They’re definitely impressive; Tony and his band will leave the crowd wanting more after each show. The skill of each musician is incredible. The music is enticing, energetic, and it’s damn near impossible to listen to and keep a desire to stay in your seat. Tony Holiday is a rising figure in the national harmonica scene, receiving props from such harmonica legends as Lazy Lester, Adam Gussow, Walking Cane Mark, and Ronnie Shellist. His reputation in the blues community has landed him an endorsement from Shaker Harmonica Mics, which he promotes all over the country. Though harmonica is his strong point, Tony also plays guitar with a southern blues style that compliments his harp wonderfully. He switches seamlessly from harmonica to guitar and back, often in the same song. Dave “Rico” Iden is the driving force on drums that propels The Velvetones night after night. After countless stops on the road, Dave knows what it takes to provide the backbone of a great rhythm section, and how to produce the beat that will get everyone out on the dance floor. His energy is what really makes Tony Holiday and The Velvetones such an exciting experience. Adam “The Kid” Fifield does the job of two people in The Velvetones, playing bass and keys at the same time. His left hand lays down the thumping bass lines that get your feet tapping. He breaks out in screaming organ solos with his right hand, keeping the bass going the whole time. Together with Dave “Rico” Iden, Adam completes the rhythm section that is the perfect foundation for Tony Holiday’s guitar and harmonica.
July 29th: Last Friday Gallery Stroll
Park City Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits and art events. The stroll is free to the public and gives locals and Park City visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while exploring Park City’s exciting art scene. View the Gallery Stroll Map.
Enjoy your week!