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Food and Wine Benefit
The Park City Food and Wine Benefit will return for its second year July 6-8. The three-day festival will benefit the Park City Jazz Foundation and the Egyptian Theatre. There are a variety of tickets, passes and packages available. Individual tickets start at $20 and packages start at $150. For more information regarding tickets, packages or event details, call 1-877-328-2783 or visit http://www.parkcityfoodwineclassic.com
The award-winning comical musical, Urinetown, will make it regional premier at Park City’ Egyptian Theatre starting July 7 through Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. For more information or tickets, call 649-9371.
The country artist will bring back his legendary music to the stage on July 20 at the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater at Deer Valley at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35. For more information, call United Concerts at (801) 355-5522 or visit http://www.uconcerts.com.
The Phoenix Gallery will present an artist reception for Holly Mae Pendergast Friday and Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m. The gallery will also serve refreshments along with live music. Pendergast was recently awarded the Springville Salon Third Place for Merit Award and was selected by Salt lake Magazine as one of Utah’s top 10 artists to watch.
Gospel-soaked roots and southern soul music from the legendary, three-time Grammy winner songstress will be on display at Deer Valley July 21 at 7 p.m. as part of the Ideasphere PCPAF Big Stars Bright Nights Series. Tickets are $28 for lawn and $53 reserved. For more information, visit http://www.deervalley.com
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Tourism revenue increased month over month this summer, the Park City Chamber/Bureau reported, but lodging numbers are still off 22% for December. Officials reported a recent uptick in bookings, though, pointing to a modicum of certainty after ski resorts announced their COVID-related opening policies.