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Park City Arts Fest yields musical bonus



The Park City Arts Festival provides plenty of fun on its own. Now your admission gets you even more weekend entertainment. ---

Running Aug. 3 - 5, the 43rd Park City Kimball Arts Festival turns Park City's Main Street into a showcase of visual art, food and music. But on Sunday, Aug. 5, your admission wristband also gets you a discount on that evening's Park City Music Festival concert at Deer Valley.

The headliner is Roger Hodgson, vocalist for the 70s band Supertramp, whose distinctive pipes gave us "The Logical Song," "Dreamer" and "Give a Little Bit," among other hits. Lawn seats are regularly $35, but walk up to the box-office with your P.C. Arts Fest admission wristband still on and those same tickets will cost only $17.50. Finish out your mountaintop weekend with an extra concert at a ridiculous bargain price.