July Events in Park City Not to Miss
Never a dull moment in July in Park City. In order not to totally overwhelm you, I’m excluding Fourth of July happenings below. But I do hope to see you all at the Summit Sotheby’s International Realty office on Main Street for July 4 Parade viewing. Details in the event invite above, but contact me with questions! And remember that for all your live music needs, there’s my Ultimate Summer Concert Calendar. Without further adieu, here are all the July events in Park City fit to print in the Choose Park City blog.
Summer Concert Series at Canyons Village
The frenzy of free outdoor concerts in Park City has officially begun! I compiled a Summer Concert Calendar to help you plan your live music schedule, but this didn’t include all the many free local music opportunities. One such opportunity occurs every Saturday at 4pm at the Canyons base area, hosted by Park City Mountain. Music starts at 4pm and the headliner begins at 6pm. In July, we’ll see New Orleans jams, blues, honky tonk, and more, Bring your own chairs, blankets, and picnic.
Summer Concert Series at Billy Blanco’s at Quarry Village
If you didn’t get enough live music on Saturday, head to Jeremy Ranch on Sundays for more free music. Starting at 4pm every Sunday, enjoy folk, bluegrass, and many more genres. The Quarry Village stage is located just below Park City Pizza in the shopping center. You can also indulge in Billy Blanco’s margaritas and tacos while you listen.
More Free Summer Concerts in Park City
If you’re a serious concert fiend, here’s a few more free summer concert lineups to remember. On Friday afternoons, check out the little town of Peoa for 4pm jams in Woodenshoe Park. On Wednesdays, head to Deer Valley at 4pm for the Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series. You can also check out the new High Star Ranch while jamming on Thursday evenings to free concerts catered by the State Road Tavern food truck. If you’re not up for the drive to Kamas, enjoy free Thursday night concerts at the Newpark Amphitheater on Thursdays at 6pm.
This annual event, hosted by the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association, will more than indulge your inner cowgirl or cowboy. The rodeo kicks off Friday, June 30 at 8pm and goes out with a bang: a Fourth of July celebration. Tickets for each night are $15 a pop. From a parade, to bull riding and fireworks, there’s never a dull moment.
Park City Food & Wine Classic
Who says you have to be in Aspen to sample bites and sips with the best of them? For the 13th year, vintners, chefs, and other foodies will come together for this annual festival. From July 6-9, taste and drink to your heart’s content. You can also purchase tickets for standalone events like Wine on the Mountain or educational seminars on food and drink.
Hops on the Hill
If you’re more of a beer gal/guy than a wino, mark your calendars for Thursdays in July. From July 11-August 15, Stein Eriksen Lodge is hosting beer and food tastings on Tuesdays from 6-7:30pm on its deck. Each Hops on the Hill will feature two different local breweries, a different band, and Chef Zane’s cooking. The first Hops on the Hill will highlight Squatters and Red Rock breweries. You can pay $20 for just beer tasting, $20 for just food tasting, or spring for both. From 6-9pm, live music will play on the lawn and you can also order from the grill.