Park City 2019 Kimball Arts Festival

The 50th annual Park City 2019 Kimball Art Festival takes place August 2-4, 2019.

The 50th Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival, presented by Zions Bank, takes place on Historic Main Street and serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center. Proceeds from the Festival enable us to provide, free of charge, year-round art exhibitions, gallery tours, monthly Art Talks and to offer art education to teachers, students, and our community.

Book your lodging now and get 20% off 2 nights or get your 3rd night free.  Call 800-245-6417 or email [email protected]

Park City 2019 Kimball Art Festival Hours
Friday, August 2nd: 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, August 3rd: 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, August 4th: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Price: $5 for Kids (Ages 6-17); $12 for Adults (18+); Kids 5 & Under Free. Price includes 3-day weekend access. Prices reflect advanced ticket sales, adult admission increases to $15 at the gate.

Art Stars Here - The Art Starts Here gala is an innovative and inspiring event that highlights the importance of the arts and the critical role Kimball Art Center plays in fostering our cultural community. Live auction items include one-of-a-kind experiences

Festival After Dark  - Keep the fun going after Festival hours! We celebrate art in all its forms: Music, film, live puzzles, comedy and more.

  • August 2nd - Free Sundance screening at City Park. Bring a blanket and settle in to watch the family friendly movie “Life, Animated.” Film begins at dusk. 
  • August 3rd - Kristin Chenoweth shares her memorable songs and show tunes from WickedGlee, and more in a thrilling performance with the Utah Symphony at Deer Valley. Concert begins at 7:30pm.

Studio on Main
Studio on Main is designed for teens ages 13 + and adults.
Each activity is a nominal $5 fee and includes hands-on instruction, art supplies, and a memorable souvenir to take home.

Live Music
Three Days - Three Stages - Over 30 Musical Acts

Experience the Park City Kimball Art Festival

Published on Monday, July 15, 2019