Spring Concert Series, presented by Verizon
After a sunny day of springtime skiing, join us for our free concert series every Saturday!
Dates:
Saturday: Mar 02 - Mar 02
Time:
3:00 - 5:00 PM
Park City Mountain Village and Canyons Village
Cost:
FREE
The days are getting longer and spring après season in Park City officially kicks off with a twinbill of live music. Local and national bands will play every weekend from Saturday, March 2 through the end of the season at either of the resort villages. Unbuckle those boots, kick back, and celebrate a great spring day on the mountain with some free live music!

Concert Schedule

March 2   3:00-5:00 PM   

The Pour: Canyons Village Stage

       

Salt Lake City based band The Pour offers up their unique recipe of rock, funk, and soul with influences ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Pink Floyd and Miles Davis to Radiohead.  With nearly a decade of songwriting under their belts, lead guitarist Jeremy Whitesides and vocalist/bassist Matt Calder lead the creative charge. Carefully crafted, tightly executed original songs provide the foundation for a live show full of deep grooves, tasteful solos, and open-ended improvisation.  Members of The Pour have had the privilege of opening for and sharing the stage with John Popper and Blues Traveler, Stockholm Syndrome, Steve Miller, Eric McFadden, Orgone, Big Head Todd, Great American Taxi, members of Train and Counting Crowes, and DJ Logic.

         
    3:00-5:00 PM    Mudpuddle: Payday Deck
        The Park City based rock-and-roll band Muddpuddle thrills audiences with a blend of original and cover music in a wide variety of styles. Muddpuddle’s sound touches on jam band, alt country, classic rock, and blues to provide a unique blend of musical fun. The line-up consists of Cole Hobbs and Marty Klein on guitars, Phil Dean on Bass, Mike Rogers on Keyboards, Matt Gordon on Drums, and Johnny Leone on Saxophone.
         
March 9   3:00-5:00 PM    The Pranksters: Canyons Village Stage
        Come out and hear your favorite Grateful Dead tunes with The Pranksters: a tribute band celebrating the music and culture of the Grateful Dead.
         
    3:00-5:00 PM    Tony Oros Trio: Payday Deck
        Tony Oros has been a staple of acoustic cover music in Park City for over 10 years, with a resume also boasting Las Vegas and international experience. From Beatles to Creedence, Bob Marley to Bob Seger; from ambiance to singalongs, from whispers to roars. Groove along to this trio's talented renditions of classic crowd favorites!
         
March 16 3:00-5:00 PM    Pixie & the Partygrass Boys: Canyons Village Stage
        A rowdy band of self-described ski bums and hippies first brought together by a common love of snow, fun, and bluegrass in the shadows of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. Pixie and The Partygrass Boys blend elements of pop, punk, jazz, and funk with classic bluegrass to create their unique style, dubbed "Partygrass".
         
    3:00-5:00 PM    Lash Larue: Payday Deck
        Lash LaRue was born with the spirit of the west in its mournful heart and the whip in its seductive hand and that is where we will hang our black, sultry hats till the herds are driven to higher pastures.
         
March 23 3:00-5:00 PM    Jamie Drake: Payday Deck
       

After a decade behind-the-scenes in Los Angeles, co-writing and collaborating with the likes of Jim James, Peter Yarrow and Moby (in addition to lending her vocal talents to various industry projects, including the theme song to the CW's Life Sentence), Jamie Drake has all the while been carefully honing her craft and preparing to take center stage. What has culminated is Everything's Fine: a breathtaking embrace of heartbreak and hope, wrapped in lush orchestrations reminiscent of Jon Brion and Van Dyke Parks an delivered with rich vocals, derivative of her varied musical influences ranging from Harry Nillson to Sufjan Stevens; from Cat Power to Joni Mitchell.

         
    3:00-5:00 PM    Changing Lanes Experience: Canyons Village Stage
       

Changing Lanes Experience received their first opportunity to perform as a wedding band, and has then evolved to be featured on live TV with NBC, CBS, and Park City TV every year since 2013.This young group of talent is educated in decades of music genre and has since then been invited to destination gala’s across the nation, music festivals, high profile corporate forums, and occasionally still finds time to fit in a host weddings. Changing Lanes' work ethic is indescribable as they average 160-200 shows annually. Primarily due to their high energy and ability to keep classic songs like, "Papa was a Rolling Stone", Purple Rain, and Play that Funky Music in the ears of the young people and the power to advance the old school lovers to songs like Dynamite and Shut Up and Dance. Changing Lanes Changes Lives!

       
March 30 3:00-5:00 PM    King Cardinal: Canyons Village Stage
        Denver based group King Cardinal pushes raw roots rock into lush, sonically daring territory with hints of cosmic country and delicate folk. Their new album showcases the five-piece group's exceptional musicianship and the powerful emotional depth of the vocal interplay between Mackey and fellow singer Texanna Dennie.
         
    2:00-3:30 PM   

Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds: Eagle Statue Park City Mountain Village

        For nearly a decade, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds have been hailed for their explosive brand of modern soul, equally celebrated for their three studio albums and electrifying live performances. Kincheloe grew up amongst an intensely musical family in upstate New York’s Catskill Mountains, co-founding Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds with her brother Jackson at just 18. The band based itself in Brooklyn and soon earned a rep as one of the hardest working outfits anywhere in the world, playing upwards of 150 shows each year including headline dates, sold out residencies, and top festivals. “Sister Sparrow, Arleigh Kincheloe’s nom de disque, is a soul queen,” raved The Washington Post, while The Baltimore Sun simply noted, “Arleigh Kincheloe has one of the biggest voices in the business. Prepare to be blown away.”
         
    4:00-5:30 PM   Anderson East: Eagle Statue Park City Mountain Village
        Anderson East is taking the industry back in time with his classic Americana sound. The artist fuses rhythm and blues, gospel, and country elements of yesteryear with his soulful voice to create a sound that reveals a love affair with the raw music of the past. For nearly a decade, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds have been hailed for their explosive brand of modern soul, equally celebrated for their three studio albums and electrifying live performances. Kincheloe grew up among an intensely musical family in upstate New York’s Catskill Mountains, co-founding Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds with her brother Jackson at just 18. The band based itself in Brooklyn and soon earned a rep as one of the hardest working outfits anywhere in the world, playing upwards of 150 shows each year including headline dates, sold out residencies, and top festivals.
         
April 6
  2:00-3:30 PM   Henry Hunter: Canyons Village Stage

      Henry has many years of experience performing in a variety projects. He has been on various UK, European and US tours, theatre shows including Vampires Rock (with Toyah Wilcox) and Bat - The Symphony, and the lead role in original musical Bad Boy Johnny and The Prophets of Doom. Most recently he spent time recording in Nashville with his originals band and has supported some big name American country acts. Henry is also called on as a session guitarist/backing singer, which has seen him perform in places as varied as a theme park in Sweden and Universal records in Dublin! Venues performed at include Liverpool Echo Arena, Nottingham Trent Fm Arena, Wembley Arena, Manchester Palace, Macron Stadium, Belfast Waterfront and many more!
         

  4:00-6:00 PM
  Dragondeer: Canyons Village Stage
        Culled from the vestiges of some of the most important bands Colorado has ever produced, Dragondeer has conjured a singular and neoteric sound that both nods to the past and eschews fears of modern influence. They draw from all corners of the American sound and when asked about the inspiration for their new album, the members of Denver-based Dragondeer, all describe a similarly surreal scene. Each mined solace from the bucolic, unfamiliar surroundings, which, according to bassist Casey Sidwell was, “somehow soothing and creepy all at once.” From the opening soul-dirge title track of If You Got the Blues, the debut full length album from Dragondeer, the effect of the atmosphere is prominent. 
         

  3:00-5:00 PM   Brothers Brimm: Payday Deck
        A Utah-based jam band that draws from a wide range of influences including funk, jazz and rock. Blending funky grooves, intricate guitar work and soaring keys solos. Brothers Brimm attempts to stand on the shoulders of jam giants before them, while they carve out a space for themselves.

 

NOTE: Event Lodging Deal discount only valid for stays booked within a week of arrival.

Canyons Village Stage