Each year, over 200 artists are selected to participate in this annual juried show, featuring work in 12 categories - ranging from paintings to jewelry to sculpture and photography. The three-day festival is set to offer a newly programmed multi-sensory artistic experience for its anticipated 45,000 attendees, including visual-art exhibitions, live musical performances, cuisine-related activities, art-focused film screening, as well as its largest fundraising event, The Park City Kimball Arts Festival Opening Night Gala and Auction.
Friday, August 2 Summit County Residents FREE Adults: $10.00 each for a weekend pass Children/Students 6-18: $5.00 each for a weekend pass Children 5 and under: FREE
Saturday, August 3 and Sunday, August 4 Adults: $10.00 each for a weekend pass Children 6-18: $5.00 each for a weekend pass Children 5 and under: FREE
Traffic Park City is a small historic town with limited parking capacity. Many of the streets in Old Town will be open to residents with access passes only. These streets will be monitored by police and volunteers. However, free parking lots are located at Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. These lots will be serviced by our free shuttle buses. In addition to servicing their regular routes, Park City Transit provides free bus service from our parking lots. We encourage locals and visitors alike to take advantage of this convenient mode of transportation. Service is available Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday from all locations. Buses will run every 15 minutes between 8am and 9pm
Park City has become a year-round destination not only for skiers and snowboarders, but hikers, bikers, wine enthusiasts, film buffs, paddleboarders, music lovers, trail runners, art festival goers, foodies, marathoners and even wanna-be cowboys - so it's no surprise that Outside Magazine named Park City its "Best Town Ever" for 2013.