Park City Free Spring ConcertsSpringtime in Park City means spring skiing and free spring concerts.  Free après concerts will take place at 3:00PM every Saturday, as well as select Fridays and Sundays, on the Canyons Village Stage and starting March 5, in the Park City Base Area; on Legacy Lodge’s PayDay Deck. Get ready to groove as these performers showcase an assortment of music genres ranging from rock and blues to reggae and global sounds.  Book your spring ski vacation to Park City and check out the concerts.

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Sat., Mar. 5: 3:00 – 5:00 Cure for the Common
Cure for the Common
: on the Canyons Village Stage
Cure for the Common lives up to its name. Armed with an arsenal of original funk rock tunes, the band is known for packing houses full of eager dancers ready to follow them into the morning. The tunes are fun, the vibe is fresh and the band is overflowing with talented musicians.
  3:00 – 5:00 Badfeather
Badfeather: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
An inspiring rock quintet out of the greater Salt Lake City area, Badfeather writes and performs original, soulful music. The group’s creative approach to songwriting leaves the listener with a familiar sense of classic rock in its golden age, along with an undeniably fresh take on modern rock n’ roll. Full of individual talent, the band members are all incredibly accomplished, seasoned musicians who are eager to share their music with the world.

Sat., Mar. 12: 3:00 – 5:00 Mokie
Mokie: on the Canyons Village Stage
Influenced by the Grateful Dead and Phish, among many others, Mokie was forged by a shared love for the master jam bands and the spontaneous musical conversations they conjure. So, that’s what they’re shootin’ for, and apparently that’s what the jam fans like!
3:00 – 5:00 Lash La Rue
Lash Larue: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
Lash LaRue is a Park City musical power group formed in the spring of 2009. Influenced by Hank Williams, Bob Dylan and anything still smoldering in its old record sleeve, this band provides audiences with that old-fashioned country blues sound they’ve been searching for.

Fri., Mar. 18 3:00 – 4:00 Analog Son
Analog Son: on the Canyons Village Stage
Analog Son, easily one of our favorite new funk bands, ties its wide range of jazz influences with a beat that will keep your head bouncing along through every song. The sizzling musical melting pot the group is stirring up is certainly is one funky force to be reckoned with.
5:00 – 7:00 Dumpstaphunk
Dumpstaphunk: on the Canyons Village Stage
Dumpstaphunk is a well-known group from New Orleans, showcasing the finest in groove, funk, and jazz melodies to create an upbeat and irresistible sound. Songs like “Dancin’ to the Truth” and “If I’m In Luck” offer a taste of the deep rhythms this group can produce.

Sat., Mar. 19 3:00 – 4:30 Bryon Friedman
Bryon Friedman & Friends: on the Canyons Village Stage
From spacious ballads, smoke filled grooves, and tongue-in-cheek pop songs, Bryon Friedman easily navigates the over-crowded waters of the singer-songwriter domain and sails gently and confidently toward firm ground. “Matchstick Memories”, Bryon’s second full length release is full of autobiographical storytelling, direct communication and wishful thinking.
5:00 – 7:00 John Browns Body
John Brown’s Body: on the Canyons Village Stage
John Brown’s Body is a contemporary American reggae band that steps outside the normal standards of the genre, incorporating elements of other beats to create a fresh sound anyone can enjoy. The band formed in Ithaca, NY in the 1990’s, and has since exploded their identity through experimentation of instruments and vocals. “Land Of Plenty Dub” and “Bread” are two hits that demonstrate the variety within their sound.
3:00 – 5:00 Motherlode Canyon Band
Motherlode Canyon Band: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
Formed in 1993, the Park City based Motherlode Canyon Band centers their sound around strong vocals, guitar work and energy. The band’s repertoire extends from acoustic and folk, to classic rock and progressive rock. You may recognize their name and their sound from one of several of their appearances throughout the 2002 Olympics, when they opened for Sheryl Crow at her Park City show.

Sat., Mar. 26 4:30 – 5:30 Monophonics
Monophonics: ON SNOW at the Park City Base Area’s First Time chairlift base

Raised amid the rich musical culture and history of the San Francisco Bay Area, Monophonics proudly carry the torch through the generations into today’s musical landscape. Holding on to tradition, but by no means purists of any kind, they play their own brand of music known as “Psychedelic Soul.” Touching on Northern soul, doo-wop, rock and roll, Psych pop, and cinematic music, Monophonics show off their diversity while remaining true to their roots
6:00 – 8:00 Michael Franti
Michael Franti & Spearhead: ON SNOW at the Park City Base Area’s First Time chairlift base
With 11 albums and countless hit singles, Michael Franti, with his band Michael Franti & Spearhead, will be on stage to perform their famously upbeat music. Their latest single “Once A Day” highlights the eclectic arrangements that are commonly found in their music. Other classics are “Say Hey (I Love You)” and “The Sound of Sunshine”. Often captured in their lyrics are the promotion of health, love, and well-being which engage the audience in a very energetic way.

Sat., Apr. 2 3:00 – 5:00 Tallgrass
: on the Canyons Village Stage
Tallgrass delivers a distinct sound that combines gravel road vocals, quick-picked strings, and a stomping rhythm section. The trio’s three-part harmonies backed by drums, bass, guitar, and banjo grow big rhythm into heartfelt, original music.
 3:00 – 5:00 Monophonics
Muddpuddle: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
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 alt country, classic rock, and blues to provide a unique blend of live music.

Sat., Apr. 9 3:00 – 5:00 Maw
MAW Band: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
Maw Band is a quickly rising, powerful, acoustic driven rock band. With influences like Dave Matthews Band, Slightly Stoopid, and Jack White, MAW BAND’s music combines curious sounds and rhythms with insightful lyrics and rockin’ beats. The group has released 3 records in the last 2 1/2 years and is working on a 4th to be released in the winter of 2016!

Sun., Apr. 10 3:00 – 5:00 The Breakfast Klub

The Breakfast Klub: at the Canyons Village Stage
The Breakfast Club is a high energy rock / dance 80’s tribute band, whose every song is a hit that brings the house down with spontaneous, exuberant ‘I know this song!’ sing alongs.”Moon walk down memory lane with The Breakfast Club as they spin you right round to all the radical sounds, styles, and way cool dance steps from the 1980’s Inover-the-top retro 80’s attire.

 3:00 – 5:00 Changing Lanes Experience
The Changing Lanes Experience: on the PayDay Deck Stage at Legacy Lodge
Changing Lanes is made up of some of Utah’s finest musicians, specializing in just about everything from R&B and Hip Hop, to Rock and Pop. Most of these guys have been playing together for 10 years or better. The chemistry is undeniable and the musical intellect is unchallenged. The performance rating of Changing Lanes Experience is second to none!

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