Sundance announces ticket sales and venues for the 2023 film festival |

Sundance announces ticket sales and venues for the 2023 film festival

Public can purchase packages starting Oct. 17

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The Sundance Institute announced venues and ticket-sales dates for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. The event, which runs Jan 19-29, will be held both in person and online.
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The Sundance Institute has announced on-sale ticket dates, venues and the online platform for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, scheduled for Jan 19-29.

Passes and packages will go on sale to the public on Oct. 17, according to a press release. Online ticketing packages will be available Dec. 13, and individual tickets for the public go on sale Jan. 12.

Special pre-sale access for passes and packages for Sundance Institute members at the Storyteller and Supporter levels, will launch on Oct. 13. The Utah Locals Ticket Package will also be available then.

Sundance Circle donors will be able to purchase festival passes and packages beginning earlier, on Oct. 4, and all members can purchase individual tickets beginning on Jan. 11.

For more information about benefits for members, please visit

New ticket and package offerings include the World Cinema Package, for in-person and online screenings, and the SLC Youth Pass.

The World Cinema Package offers 10 tickets to international documentary and fiction feature films in the festival program, while the SLC Youth Pass, for festival-goers ages 18 to 25, offers a  discounted rate of $200 to experience the festival around Salt Lake City.

As in years past, Sundance will offer its Locals Package to all Utah residents. The package includes 10 tickets to in-person screenings throughout the entire festival, and includes early access to ticket selection before single-film ticket sales go public.

“We are bringing the upcoming Festival to passionate audiences in attendance in Utah and across the country online, reaffirming our emphasis on discovering new talent, empowering independent artists and projects, and ensuring communities have access to impactful storytelling,” Sundance Institute CEO Joana Vicente said in a statement. “With new offerings and comprehensive options for engagement, we welcome you to join us in celebrating the Festival experience and the programming that drives timely conversations influencing change.” 

Films will be screened in theaters across Park City, Salt Lake City and Sundance Mountain Resort, with online offerings available across the U.S. 

Park City screening venues for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival: 

  • Eccles Theatre, 1750 Kearns Blvd.
  • Egyptian Theatre, 328 Main St.
  • Holiday Village Cinemas, 1776 Park Ave.
  • Library Center Theatre, 1255 Park Ave.
  • Park Avenue Theatre, 1800 Park Ave.
  • The Ray Theatre, 1768 Park Ave.
  • Redstone Cinemas, 6030 N. Market St.
  • Prospector Square Theatre, 2175 Sidewinder Drive

Park City panels, talks and special event venues include:

  • Festival Headquarters, Sheraton Park City – 1895 Sidewinder Drive
  • Park City Main Box Office, Gateway Center, 136 Heber Ave. 
  • The Box at The Ray, 1768 Park Ave.
  • Filmmaker Lodge, 550 Main St.
  • The Park, 950 Iron Horse Drive

Festival stores in Park City:

  • Festival Store at Festival Headquarters, 1895 Sidewinder Drive
  • Festival Store at Eccles Theatre, 1750 Kearns Blvd.

Salt Lake City film venues:

  • Broadway Centre Cinemas, 111 East Broadway
  • Grand Theatre at Salt Lake Community College, 1575 S. State St.
  • Rose Wagner Center, 138 W. 300 South
  • Megaplex Theatres at The Gateway, 400 W. 200 South

Salt Lake City festival store location:

  • Festival Store at the Megaplex Theatres at The Gateway, 400 W. 200 South

Films will also be screened at the Sundance Mountain Resort screening room, 8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, according to the release.

The 2023 Sundance Film Festival online platform is live at Information will be added throughout the festival and festival attendees can use the page as a how-to guide for in-person and online experiences. 

For a list of complete packages and prices, visit

Sundance Institute will monitor its COVID-19 safety protocols, because the health and safety of staff, artists, volunteers and audiences remains the top priority, the institute said.

It will continue working with its COVID-19 safety team and will follow all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, the release said.

All staff and volunteers working the festival will be required to mask and test weekly, and Sundance requests attendees wear masks in all festival spaces to keep themselves and other festival community members safe.

Sundance also encourages attendees to test before attending and during the festival and to be up to date on all COVID-19 vaccinations.

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