Park City Songwriter Festival | Now Park City Song Summit

Park City Song Summit– September 8-12, 2021 - POSTPONED

Park City Song Summit, originally scheduled for Sept. 8-12 at Deer Valley, will be postponed this year in the interest of public and artist safety, said organizer Ben Anderson.  Park City Song Summit is targeting September 8-11, 2022 for its rescheduled dates.

The Park City Song Summit redefines the live experience by providing an environment for musicians to share, learn and recharge their passion

Thirty miles east of the Great Salt Lake, 7,000 feet in the mountains of Park City, lies the biggest little music festival you don’t want to miss.  This is the story of what happens when good friends, Grammy-winning songwriters, and the “best small city in America,” collide to create a refined music experience.  More than music lovers, we are curators of the most intimate and unique musical experience in America. We started Park City Songwriter Festival to honor the art of songwriting while interacting with the legendary writers who craft them.  Over the course of five days in September, the Song Summit combines the singer-songwriter format of an Unplugged platform with a MasterClass meets TED-style of information exchange.  By providing an atmosphere for connection between musician and fan — both intimate and digital — the Song Summit reimagines the idea of playing to a crowd and focuses on sharing and learning. Come join the Summit.

LEARN MORE AT https://parkcitysongsummit.com/

 

Park City Songwriter Festival

LABS

A key element of the Song Summit is the Labs program: discussions that dissect, illuminate and interrogate the art and craft of songwriting.

NON-STOP LIVE

Bands and artists will play intimate shows, busk on the street, flash jam in surprise locations and perform concerts that are streamed live and will also be available for Summit participants and member subscribers.

We care so deeply about the artists and others in our musical family that we again are partnering with two foundations that address the needs of those with mental health and addiction recovery challenges – the Grammy’s Musicares and Anders Osborne’s Send Me A Friend Foundation. The music industry carries with it particular challenges related to these important wellness issues and we at PCSF seek to shed light and awareness to those who may be impacted by these challenges.