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Park City Kimball Arts Festival

Friday Aug. 6-Sunday Aug. 8 @ Historic Main Street, Park City



Park City knows how to put on a festival. Everybody the globe over knows of the snow-covered Sundance Film Festival, but the summer fling known as the annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival is really not all that far behind.

This three-day art party in the mountains continually grows bigger, better and badder. Perhaps taking a page from another art festival down in the Salt Lake Valley, this year, the folks at the Kimball Art Center have broadened their horizons and gone more multifaceted. Sure, there still will be close to 250 artists displaying their work and wares, but there also will be a cuisine component incorporating the foodie side of this resort town. In fact, taking some pointers from Sundance, this year will also see a film aspect, as well as an increased musical presence, including the return of the popular BMI Music Café.

Park City Kimball Arts Festival @ Historic Main Street, Park City, 435-649-8882, Aug. 6-8,