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Arts Festival for dummies

Courtesy of Kimball Art Center

Ceramics, Bruce Larrabee

Larrabee Ceramics Inc.,

Park City

Drawing, Ginny Coombs

Gin-Art

Park City

Fiber, Anne Gilmour

Wildwest Woolies

Park City

Glass, Karan Bleicher

Draco Studios

Park City

Jewelry, Angela Erickson

Apsides

Wanship

Jewelry, Dori Pratt

Designs in Metal

Park City

Jewelry, Alix Railton

Happy Dragon Designs

Park City

Mixed Media, Felix Saez

Stone Art Creations, Inc.

Park City

Painting, Gloria Montgomery

Gloria Montgomery Fine Art Heber City

Painting, Renee Mox-Hall

Hall Park City Colors

Park City

Painting, Carole Wade

no name

Park City

Sculpture, Judy Summer

JJ Summer Studio

Park City

What to know before you go

Free shuttle buses

In addition to servicing their regular routes, Park City Transit will

provide free bus service from the parking lots at Park City Mountain

Resort, Deer Valley Resort, and Park City High School.

Locals

and visitors are encouraged to take advantage of this free transportation

to and from Main Street. Whether coming for the day or staying for the weekend, the bus is the quickest way in and out of town. Shuttle service is available from all locations on both Saturday and Sunday.

Many of the streets in Old Town will be available to local traffic only. Residents may pick up their Resident Access Pass at the Kimball Art Center. Streets will be monitored by police.

Pay Parking

Park City’s China Bridge parking garage, east of Main Street, is available for paid parking. Visitors can enter China Bridge from Marsac Avenue, off of Deer Valley Drive. After 5 pm on Friday, the fee is $5. On Saturday and Sunday, you may park for $10.

Accessibility

The Park City Kimball Arts Festival is a fully accessible event. Accessible parking is available at all parking areas. The Kimball Art Center will provide complimentary golf cart shuttle service. For questions, please call 435-649-8882.

Come prepared

Wear sunscreen.

Give yourself an extra 30 minutes traveling time from home.

Wear comfortable shoes.

Bring a jacket, hat, and sunglasses.

Please leave pets at home. Dogs will be more comfortable away from the crowds and heat.

Kimball Arts Festival Music Schedule

Saturday, Aug. 2

Upper Main Street Stage

11 a.m. – Wisebird

12:30 pm – The Band of Heathens

2 p.m. – Bonepony

3:30 pm – Joy and Eric

5 p.m. – Sarah Sample

Miners Park Stage

11: a.m. – Brandie Frampton

12:30 pm – Rich Wyman and Lisa Needham

2 p.m. – Tony Oros

3:30 pm – Somer Lei

5 p.m. – Michael Whisler

Lower Main Street Stage

11 a.m. – Mary Beth Maziarz with Wild Honey

12:30 pm – Andrew Goldring and The Rosedale Power Co.

2 p.m. – John Boy’s Mule

3:30 pm – Fat Paw

5 p.m. – Slickrock Gypsies

Sunday, Aug. 3

Upper Main Street Stage

11 a.m. – Motherlode

12:30 pm – Swagger

2 p.m. – Andy Monaco with The Band

3:15 pm – The Soul Survivors

5 p.m. – Slaymaker Hill

Miners Park Stage

10:30 am – Anke Summerhill and Kate Macleod

12 p.m. – Dan Weldon

1:30 pm – Damien Roometes

3 p.m. – Michael Lucarelli

Lower Main Street Stage

11 a.m. – Red Desert Ramblers

12:15 pm – Double Helix

1:30 pm – Charles Walker Band

3 p.m. – The Legendary Porch Pounders


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