Deer Valley announces the 2019 Deer Valley Concert Series
Deer Valley Resort
The second annual Deer Valley Concert Series, presented by Deer Valley Resort in conjunction with The State Room Presents, will begin on June 30 with a performance by Michael Franti & Spearhead and Ziggy Marley.
Tickets for the concert are currently on sale at deervalleyconcertseries.com.
Jenny Lewis, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals and the John Butler Trio are also confirmed to perform in the resort’s renowned Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater this summer.
Tickets for those concerts will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 15 at deervalleyconcertseries.com.
Three types of tickets will be available for each show — reserved, general admission lawn and general admission floor.
General admission lawn will be divided into two sections with chairs allowed on the west side and blankets on the east side.
General admission floor allows guests access to the area directly in front of the stage. This is a blanket-only section.
“After a successful inaugural season, we are excited to welcome these artists and concertgoers to one of Utah’s premier outdoor music venues this summer,” said Todd Shallan, Deer Valley Resort president and COO. “We look forward to offering this energetic and memorable series for a second year, complementing the two series also held in our Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater; the Deer Valley Music Festival presented by the Utah Symphony and the Grand Valley Bank Community Concert Series presented by Mountain Town Music.”
The current lineup for the 2019 Deer Valley Concert Series at Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater so far include:
Sunday, June 30 — Michael Franti & Spearhead│Ziggy Marley
Thursday, July 11 — Jenny Lewis and special guest (TBA)
Sunday, Aug. 11 — Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals│Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue plus special guest (TBA)
Saturday, Aug. 17 — John Butler Trio│St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Additional shows will be announced later.
All concerts will be held rain or shine. Guests are welcome to bring picnics, blankets and chairs less than nine inches high. Animals will not be permitted.
Free parking is available at Snow Park Lodge. Public transportation is complimentary throughout the greater Park City area and provides access to Deer Valley’s Snow Park Lodge.
For information, visit deervalley.com.
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