Arts Festival offers Summit County residents free entry
When the Park City Kimball Arts Festival opens on Friday at 5 p.m., Summit County residents will be admitted for free.
This is a way for the Kimball Art Center to say thank you to the local population for its support, according to Robin Marrouche, Kimball Art Center executive director.
The event requires a lot of sacrifices from residents when it comes to road closures and increased traffic and visitors, Marrouche has said.
Summit County residents who would like to take advantage of the free locals’ admission need to show a valid Utah driver’s license, state-issued I.D. or a utility bill indicating Summit County residency at one of the five locals’ night entry gates.
The gates are located at the following locations:
Each adult who provides proof of residency will receive one free adult wristband and wristbands for his or her children.
The wristbands are only valid for Friday, July 31.
For more information, visit http://www.kimballartcenter.org.
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