Sundance: Roundup of Events, Panels and Parties for 2024 Festival in Park City (Updating)


Film lovers, filmmakers, industry insiders, actors, artists and more are expected to return en masse for the milestone festivities that will include a packed calendar of parties, panels, concerts, gatherings and networking opportunities, in addition to all the big-screen showings. Below is a roundup of all of the intel The Hollywood Reporter has gathered thus far, featuring events in Park City. All times listed are local and information for how to submit an event is at the end of the list.

Houses, Lodges and Activations

Cinema Café
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., Jan. 19–25
A series of informal chats brings together guests for “thought-provoking encounters.” Cinema Café is presented by Audible.

7th Annual MACRO Lodge
136 Heber Ave., Park City
Details to come.

Indigenous House
Main Street, Park City
IllumiNative is bringing its house back to the Sundance Film Festival.
The Main Street gathering spot will run Jan. 19-21 and feature music, art and food celebrating Native culture. Talks include a fireside chat with director Sydney Freeland (Navajo), and discussions with Reservation Dogs writer-director-producer Tazbah Chavez and filmmaker-activist Julian Brave NoiseCat. Indigenous House is made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as presenting sponsor, with additional sponsorship from the Walt Disney Company, Warner Bros. Discovery, Pop Culture Collaborative, Christensen Fund, the MacArthur Foundation, Nia Tero, Paskenta Nomlaki Foundation and the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians.

South Asian Lodge
Details to come.

Latinx House
268 Main St., Park City
The house returns for a fifth annual activation “celebrating the truth, power and culture of the Latinx creators, writers, showrunners, actors and visionaries who help shape the entertainment industry.” Daily programming from Jan. 19-21. Expected attendees include River Gallo (Ponyboi), Armando Ibañez (Undocutales), Esteban Arango (Ponyboi), Lourdes Portillo and Aurora Guerrero.

Audible Listening Lodge
Kimball Terrace, 675 Main St., Park City
Jan. 19-21 with daily programming and public hours as well as a series of Crumpa x Audible Cocktails and Converations panels.

UTA House
508 Main St., Park City
The top Hollywood talent agency hosts a private, invitation-only house curated by UTA’s entertainment marketing division with programming from Jan. 19-21.

ASCAP Music Cafe
Acura House of Energy, 480 Swede Alley, Park City, Jan. 21-22, 2-6 p.m. daily.
The 26th annual edition presented by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Two days of live music performances and composer interviews from Jan. 21-22 in partnership with longtime sponsor and official vehicle of the festival, Acura.

White Claw Shore Club
Courchevel Bistro, 201 Heber Ave., Park City
A festival pop-up that will feature daily programming from Jan. 18-21, with highlights including an appearance by rocker Brittany Howard.

NFP Inspire Film Lounge
268 Main St., Park City
An invite-only lounge presented by the insurance brokerage and consulting firm. Daily programming from Jan. 19-21, with highlights including a health and wellness bar with Prime IV drips, compression sleeves, O2 Bar with Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center Cell Sound body contouring and tightening treatments and Dysport injections, catering by Park City Desserts, libations by award-winning mixologist, live performances, light gifting and celebrity portrait studio and interviews by The Wrap. Confirmed attendees include Jason Momoa, Kristen Stewart, Alicia Silverstone, Kevin Connolly, Haylie Duff, Kieran Culkin, Will Ferrell, Josh Greenbaum, Pedro Pascal, Dominique Thorne, Jennifer Grey,  Ben Mendelsohn, Steven Yeun, Fred Durst, Jesse Eisenberg, Lucy Liu, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Steven Soderbergh, Glen Powell, Camila Cabello, Connie Britton, Laura Linney, Devo, Justice Smith, Jason Schwartzman, Carol Kane, Jay Ellis, Retta, and more. RSVP: Stacey@jadeumbrella.com

Indie Directors and Creators Spotlight 
The Cabin, 427 Main St., Park City, Jan. 20-21
Presented by Ericka Nicole Malone Entertainment, the two-day activation will celebrate diverse voices in filmmaking as well as highlight new and upcoming talent. The programming schedule includes a headlining performance from legendary R&B trio, SWV; two panel sessions hosted by the NAACP; Designing the Black Experience: A Conversation with Ruth E. Carter featuring the Oscar winning costume designer; Women of Color Breaking Down Barriers Behind-the-Scenes featuring Emmy winning casting director Robi Reed, Dr. Holly Carter and Rose Catherine Pinkney, senior vp of scripted programming at BET and BET+; Spotlighting Black Excellence in Hollywood: A Conversation with Television Director Ken Whittingham featuring the NAACP Image award-winning TV director; and Creative Latinos In Hollywood: Representation On-screen and Behind the Scenes featuring Latino cinematographer Eduardo Ramirez and filmmakers Manny Ruiz and Angela Sustaita-Ruiz.

ChefDance Social
Park City, Jan. 17-28
The annual culinary experience and dinner series founded by Mimi Kim and Kenny Griswold evolves into a permanent full service restaurant concept, open nightly 5-10 p.m. for reservations to filmmakers, outside of private festival events. The Sundance week opening menu was created by culinary partner and James Beard Award-winning Chef Shawn McClain, alongside executive chef Jordan Harvey. The restaurant will remain open following the festival with rotating guest chefs. More info here. Inquiries: ChefDanceSocial@Theinfluence.com.

Cotopaxi’s Park City Retail Store
333 Main St, directly across from the Egyptian Theater
The adventure brand becomes an official sustaining sponsor and official outerwear jacket of the 2024 festival. The partnership includes a limited-edition commemorative Cotopaxi x Sundance 2024 jacket, the Fuego, that will be given to filmmakers and jurors, a partnership with IndieWire and a dedicated space in the IndieWire Lounge.

Thursday, January 18

Opening Night Gala: Celebrating 40 Years Presented by Chase Sapphire
DeJoria Center, 268 Spring Dr., Kamas, Utah, 7:15-11 p.m.
The milestone celebration that will see awards presented to Christopher Nolan, Kristen Stewart, Celine Song, Maite Alberdi and Pat Mitchell with presenters Robert Downey Jr., Jesse Eisenberg, Christine Vachon, Jodie Foster and Mary Robinson. Additional support provided by George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, Acura and Google TV.

Filmmaker and Artist Welcome Party
Audible Listening Lodge, 675 Main St., Park City, 7-10 p.m.

Chase Sapphire Presents Leon Bridges at The Marquis
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, 8 p.m. 
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — kicks off festival week with The Premiere Series with soul singer Leon Bridges. Presented by Chase Sapphire. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

Friday, January 19

The Big Idea: Last Mile
Lodges at Deer Valley, 2900 Deer Valley Dr. East, Park City, 10:30 a.m.
Presented by Mit Solve, followed by filmmaker Q&A. Presented by Brand Storytelling and Passion Point Collective.

Cinema Café: 
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Sue Bird and Jay Ellis.

Indigenous House
Main Street
Opening Ceremony, Red Spirit Drum Group at 11 a.m.; luncheon honoring partners, sponsors and tribal leaders from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Fireside Chat: A New Story Told with Data featuring Charlene Polite Corley, Nielsen at 1-1:30 p.m.; and mix and mingle from 2-4 p.m.

Legacy in the Making
Lodges at Deer Valley, 2900 Deer Valley Dr. East, Park City, 11:30 a.m.
Presented by Team One, followed by a Q&A and luncheon. Presented by Brand Storytelling and Passion Point Collective.

Cheers, Queers
Acura House of Energy, 550 Swede Alley, 2-5 p.m.
Celebrating queer cinema and its makers at the Sundance Film Festival presented by Frameline, GLAAD and NewFest. Includes a ‘Queer Film is Activism’ panel discussion with panelists Natalie Jasmine Harris, David Hatkoff, Alex Hedison, Allegra Madsen, DaShawn Usher and Alok Vaid-Menon moderated by Anthony Allen Ramos. Presented in partnership with Acura and co-host IMDbPro.

Women in Film Panel: Confidence To Be: Powerful Producers Driving Modern Storytelling
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 2-4 p.m.
Women in Film is returning with an annual panel. This year’s installment will feature cocktails and conversations with top producers reshaping on-screen narratives presented by SmartTox.

Darling Pop Up at Olive + Tweed
Olive + Tweed, 608 Main St., Park City, January 19-20, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Darling is hosting a two-day pop up where guests are invited to shop, chat, sip cider and eat light bites. Exclusive special merchandise and 30 percent discounts will be on offer at this pop-up.

Disney+ Out of My Mind
Handle, 136 Heber Ave., Park City, 5-7 p.m.
A reception to celebrate the Amber Sealey film starring Luke Kirby, Rosemarie DeWitt and Judith Light, among others.

Rabbit Hole Celebration
440 Main St., 5:30-7:30 p.m.
A Sundance soirée presented by Rabbit Hole at World of Hyatt with founder and whiskey maker Kaveh Zamanian. Info here.

2nd Annual Multicultural Dinner
Riverhorse on Main, 540 Main St., Park City, 7 p.m.
Sunrise Collective, MACRO, Latinx House, IllumiNative and Pop Culture Collaborative present the second annual event presented by Pop Culture Collaborative and in partnership with Onyx Collective to toast and celebrate united efforts to further diversify the entertainment industry over a dinner curated by SONA from New York City.

The Creative Coalition – Voices Of Impact: The Festival Dinner
Buona Vita, 804 Main St., Park City, 7:30 p.m.
Annual invitation-only leadership dinner that hosts talent, executives, influencers and notables. Hosted by actor and president of the Creative Coalition Tim Daly. Sponsored by AARP.

The Black Keys Headline The Premiere Series
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main Street, Park City, 8 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — launches for festival week with The Premiere Series. Rock band the Black Keys take over with the start of a two night live show with supporting performance by Gabe Carter. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com.

The Outrun party
Acura House of Energy, 550 Swede Alley, Park City, 9 p.m.-12 a.m.
Post premiere celebration for Nora Fingscheidt’s film starring Saoirse Ronan, adapted from the bestselling memoir by Amy Liptrot and co-starring Paapa Essiedu, Stephen Dillane and Saskia Reeves.

Saturday, January 20

Indigenous House
Main Street
Storytelling, Filmmaking and Art: A Conversation with Tazbah Chavez and Friends from 11 a.m.- 12 p.m.; networking reception sponsored by Warner Bros. Discovery from 6-8 p.m.

Antigravity Academy x SuperSpecial Panel: In Conversation with Carlos Lopez Estrada + Amy Anoibi 
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Carlos Lopez Estrada will return to the fest with his film, Dídi. As producer, he will present a panel with Amy Aniobi of SuperSpecial to speak with other multi-hyphenates and discuss the power of multi-disciplinary work and the constant crossover of independent talent.

Cinema Café
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
André Holland and Steven Soderbergh, moderated by Aisha Harris (NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour). More about the Sundance programming events here.

Cinema Café
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 12-12:45 p.m.
Jesse Eisenberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Gersh Honors Colman Domingo
Handle, 136 Heber Avenue, Park City, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
The Hollywood agency hosts a private, invitation-only event to honor actor and filmmaker Colman Domingo along with its other clients with projects represented at this year’s festival.

Rising Voices: Pathways to Equity and the Future of the Film Industry
NFP Inspire Lounge, 268 Main St., Park City, 2-4 p.m.
Panel discussion presented by WORTHI with Indeed and New Filmmakers L.A. The focus is underrepresentation in the film industry and how focusing on equity is fundamental to the future of the film industry. Hillman Grad CEO Rishi Rajani, filmmaker Miguel Angel Caballero and producer Jennifer Semler confirmed to participate. Info here.

ACLU’s At Liberty: How Censorship is Harming Queer and Trans Storytelling
The Box at The Ray, 1768 Park Ave., 2 p.m.
A panel discussion featuring filmmaker, artist and educator Jules Rosskam (Desire Lines), filmmaker, artist and actor Lió Mehiel (In the Summers), and ACLU communications strategist Gillian Branstetter. Moderator will be Kendall Ciesemier, ACLU’s senior executive producer of multimedia and host of At Liberty. Leading trans activist Chase Strangio, deputy director for transgender justice at ALCU LGBT and HIV Project will offer an introduction.

LinkedIn Presents: Celebrating Creativity in B2B Marketing 
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 2-4 p.m.
Oscar winning filmmaker Ben Proudfoot and LinkedIn’s vp of marketing Jim Habig will discuss the power of creativity in marketing.

The Art of Doing You: Behind the Scenes with Issa Rae
World of Hyatt activation space, 440 Main St., Park City, 4 p.m. (doors open at 3:30 p.m.)
World of Hyatt and MasterClass will kick off at the fest with a fireside chat featuring MasterClass instructor Issa Rae in conversation with MasterClass founder and CEO David Rogier. Open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis but space is limited.

Titus Kaphar’s Exhibiting Forgiveness Cocktail Reception
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 5:30-8 p.m.
An event to toast Kaphar’s Exhibiting Forgiveness, an official selection for the U.S. Dramatic Competition. Talent, producers and execs are expected.

The Gotham Dinner
Grub Steak Restaurant, 2093 Sidewinder Dr., Park City, 6-8 p.m.
Riley Keough, Jeffrey Sharp, the Gotham Film and Media Institute hosts the annual get together to celebrate the org’s work championing independent film.

Chrissy & Dave Dine Out Dinner 
Riverhorse on Main, 540 Main St., 6-10 p.m.
Chrissy Teigen, David Chang and Joel Kim Booster celebrate the premiere of Chrissy & Dave Dine Out on Freeform. The evening will begin with a sneak preview of Chrissy & Dave Dine Out followed by a conversation with the hosts and intimate dinner hosted by the Sunrise Collective and Disney.

Media.com x Caspian Agency’s Beats & Burgers Bash
Impact Lounge, Kimball Building, 675 Main St., 6-8 p.m.
The Caspian Agency celebrates creators and change makers to amplify the impact of socially conscious media, create positive change through platforms like Media.com. The event will feature celebrity DJ Jon Gosselin on the decks. Guests can travel back in time with throwback hits from notable movie soundtracks while fueling appetites at a burger bar. Cocktails included. Impact Lounge is an official partner of the Sundance Film Festival. RSVP: Stacey@jadeumbrella.com.

A Night of Impact
The Park, 950 Iron Horse Dr., Park City, 7 p.m.
Level Forward and Red Sand Project present “an activating night” celebrating the intersections of story and purpose through interactive dialogue, activities and a story-driven, impact-minded party. Special guests expected. Partners include The Medicine Wheel Ride, Team We Ride for Her, Broadway Advocacy Coalition, Full Spectrum Features, filmmaker friends and more.

Creative Coalition Spotlight Initiative Awards Gala Dinner
Buona Vita, 804 Main St., Park City, 7 p.m.
The org hosts its signature event to celebrate the art and craft of independent filmmaking. The 17th annual event will honor Andra DAy, Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, Jennifer Grey, Ed Harris, Lucy Lawless, Keyla Monterroso Mejia and Jeff Zimbalist.

The Premiere Series Presents Odesza
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, doors open at 9 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — debuts for festival week with The Premiere Series highlighted by EDM stars Odesza with an opening set by Phantoms. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

UTA Main Street Party 
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 10 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.
The annual UTA Party returns.

Snowed in at Sunrise
Sunrise Collective, Riverhorse on Main, 540 Main St., Park City, 10:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
Sunrise Collective teams with Starz to present this event with guest DJ Zeemuffin.

Sunday, January 21

Indigenous House
Main Street
Brunch presented by the Christensen Fund from 10-11 a.m.; The Legacy of Residential Schools: A Conversation with Julian Brave NoiseCat sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Indie Roots to Mainstream Stage: A Fireside Chat with Sydney Freeland from 2-3 p.m.; and Indigenous House closing party and celebration from 6-9 p.m.

UTA House Filmmaker Brunch 
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
An industry highlight. The agency presents its annual brunch, which is attended by filmmakers, creators, execs and many more. This year’s installment will be sponsored by Simply.

New Frontier: Let’s Rebrand Artificial Intelligence
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 2-3:30 p.m.
New Frontier alumni artists and creative technologists who have been working on the vanguard of design and technology for decades come together to interrogate the profile of so-called AI technologies in popular culture, share their creative practice and ask, “What do we need this powerful tech to do for us right now? Do we need to rebrand artificial intelligence altogether?” Featuring Navid Khonsari, Ari Melenciano, Rashaad Newsome, Sandra Rodriguez and moderator Amelia Winger-Bearskin.

How I Get it Done
The Vulture Spot, Park City
The Cut
and Bumble are teaming to host a panel discussion that will feature The Cut editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples in discussion with singer and actress Andra Day, director Laura Chinn and actress Bella Heathcote.

The Creative Coalition: NextGen Shindig
Sommsation Wine Lounge, 408 Main Street, Park City, 6 p.m.
A celebration of the next generation of voices in entertainment. Creative Coalition president Tim Daly joins org CEO Robin Bronk, Iam Alexander, Mädchen Amick, Daniel Dae Kim, Theo Germaine, Kanao Goo, Gaite Jansen, Walt Klink, Alexander Morris, Jessica Reynolds, Julie Sharbutt and YouTube’s Ariel Martin, among others.

Sue Bird: In the Clutch x Nike Cocktail Reception 
UTA House, 508 Main St., Park City, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
A cocktail reception to celebrate the film, Sue Bird: In the Clutch, financed by Nike. After the film’s screening, Bird and the filmmakers will be toasting the debut.

The Black Keys Headline The Premiere Series
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, doors open at 8 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — officially launches for festival week with The Premiere Series. The Black Keys hit the stage for a live show, their second performance of the fest at the venue, this one featuring an activation by Film.io, a new blockchain based filmmaking platform for creators, supported by Gabe Carter. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

HBO Documentary Films
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, 2001 Park Ave., Park City, 8:30-11:30 p.m.
An industry highlight. The streamer welcomes filmmakers, executives and insiders for steak and festival conversations.

Monday, January 22

Filmmaker Meetup and Panel: Making Your First Feature Film
Canon Creative Studio, 528 Main St., 9:30–11 a.m. 
Presented by Canon U.S.A., Inc. and Sundance Collab, a candid panel with filmmakers Sean Wang, Josh Margolin, Julian Brave NoiseCat and Emily Kassie about the process of making their first feature film. Moderated by Patty West. Following the discussion, attendees can stick around for coffee, snacks and networking.

The Big Conversation: Screen of Consciousness 
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Amid a groundswell of public fascination with AI, guest filmmakers and scientists consider the science and technology of machine learning and the range of imaginative, dystopian, and sometimes prophetic narratives that storytellers have put forth in exploring it. Supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and featuring Andy Zuchero, Sam Zuchero and others, moderated by Dr. Heather Berlin, associate clinical professor of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

BMI’s Music & Film: The Creative Process
The Box at The Ray, 1768 Park Ave., 4:30-6 p.m.
Broadcast Music Inc. presents a panel that focuses on the role of music in storytelling, specifically zeroing in the creative process of Exhibiting Forgiveness, a dramatic competition entry. The conversation will feature the film’s director Titus Kaphar, Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and actress Andra Day, and composer Jherek Bischoff. BMI’s Tracy McKnight will moderate.

The Premiere Series Presents Devo followed by Lil Jon Birthday Performance
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, doors open at 8 p.m., Lil Jon at 10:45 p.m. 
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — celebrates the The Premiere Series with iconic group Devo and their documentary, 50 Years of De-Volution. The double bill also features a DJ set by Lil Jon and birthday celebration. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

Tuesday, January 23

Cinema Café
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Carla Gutiérrez, Lucy Lawless and Lana Wilson.

Power of Story: Four Decades of Taking Chances
Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St., 3–4:30 p.m.
A look back at the legacy of independent storytelling and the Sundance Film Festival over the course of four decades. A group of artists reflect on their work and careers, the empowering nature of risk-taking, and the importance of negotiating creative freedom. Featuring: Miguel Arteta, Richard Linklater, Dawn Porter, Christine Vachon and moderator Eugene Hernandez.

The Premiere Series Presents Charley Crockett
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, 9 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — welcomes country and blues singer Charley Crockett. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

Wednesday, January 24

Cinema Café: Episodic Storytellers
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Mark Duplass, Mel Eslyn, Steve James and Nzingha Stewart.

The Big Conversation: First Steps, First Films
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 2-3 p.m.
In a session geared toward emerging artists, the chat explores career-building and forging a creative identity as the landscape of independent storytelling continues to evolve. A small group of filmmakers discuss how they’ve done just that. Featuring Carlos López Estrada and others.

Thursday, January 25

Cinema Café
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 11 a.m.–12 p.m.
Debra Granik and Dee Rees.

Sundance Trivia: The 40th Edition
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 2-3 p.m.
Four Decades of history; one trivial hour. How well do you know your Sundance history? Featuring “a ragtag assembly of comedians, filmmakers and fest veterans.”

Friday, January 26

Film Church
Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St., 2–3:30 p.m.
Finish a Sundance experience “by sharing a near-spiritual occasion with a group of film lovers who also happen to be world-renowned filmmakers.” The sermon will feature a Crumpa of special guests including former Sundance festival director John Cooper, Zoe Lister-Jones, our inaugural critic-at-large, and a few filmmakers who took home awards that morning. Hosted by Eugene Hernandez and Kim Yutani.

The Premiere Series Presents Kaskade  
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, 9 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — features EDM star Kaskade. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

Saturday, January 27

The Premiere Series Presents Dirty Heads  
The Marquis Park City, 427 Main St., Park City, 8:30 p.m.
The Marquis Park City — Utah’s new music venue that continues Park City’s live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents — features a performance from Dirty Heads to close out the series. Inquiries: TheMarquis@Theinfluence.com

To submit an event, party or panel for consideration, please email Chris.Gardner@THR.com.

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