Celebrate the Holidays in Park City
There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than in a ski town. It’s impossible to resist the allure of fairy tale light-trees, snow-lined streets, the charm of Historic Main St. and the ongoing holiday vibe Christmas Week in Park City. The greatest thing about the holiday season is Park City’s sense of community, and the pleasures of small town celebration.
We’re kicking off the Christmas season on Saturday, Dec 16th with Santa’s arrival on the Town Lift, but that’s just the beginning of Holiday festivities in Park City.
Catch SnowFest at both Park City and Canyons Village. From a great day of skiing to S’mores on Sunday, the Base Village at both Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Village will be entertaining guests every afternoon through January 1, 2018, mixing up funky feel-good music that span many genres and appeal to a wide audience.
And here’s more music for the Holidays:
Dec 14-17 – Egyptian Theater
Park City Holiday Spectacular and Sing-A-Long at Egyptian. Our highly-anticipated annual holiday variety showcase of local talent. Celebrate the season with our choir led sing-along.
Date: December 14, 2017 – December 17, 2017
Recurring: Recurring daily
Time: 07:30 PM Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 06:00 PM Sunday
Price: House $12 Youth / $15 Adult, Front-of-House $19 / Cabaret $25
It’s a Beautiful Day Farewell Tour at the Egyptian. Memorable for their unique prog rock style fused with West Coast psychedelia, IABD is famous for the iconic ethereal song “White Bird (In A Golden Cage)”
Dec 26th – 28th 2017 – Egyptian Theater
Gabriel Sanchez presents THE PRINCE EXPERIENCE
The country’s most dynamic Prince Tribute Band. Playing all of the greatest hits from the Purple One himself.
Dec 29-31, 2017 – Who’s Bad? The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute
The longest-running Michael Jackson tribute band. A power-packed experience of the music and moves of the King of Pop. Full band & stage show.
Christmas in Park City Family Events
Park City’s Annual Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade is a tradition as old as the resort itself. This is also one of the Resorts most special and longest-running traditions, creating a special seasonal atmosphere here on Christmas Eve.
Non-Skiing Winter Activities for all ages
For when you want to give your ski legs a break, we’ve got just as many off-slopes winter activities to enjoy. Consider the following:
- Our first pick is Utah Olympic Park – Experience Olympic history with a guided tour of Utah Olympic Park, or a walk through the Alf Engen Ski Museum and Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. Cap off your day at the Park with a thrilling ride on the Comet Bobsled.
- Jupiter Bowl – Fun for all ages, Jupiter Bowlhas more to offer than its 16 bowling lanes. With three pool tables, an arcade, TV screens for watching your favorite sports teams, and a full-service restaurant and bar, you and your family will be entertained for hours.
- Tubing at Gorgoza Park – Kick back and give your legs a rest as you catch a lift up and tube down one of Gorgoza Park’s seven specially-designed tubing lanes. Gorgoza offers smaller, beginner lanes for the littlest members of your family, mini-snowmobile rides, and they also have evening tubing under the lights.
- Park City’s Historic District is a must for everyone, from shopping at one-of-a-kind boutiques to exploring the many art galleries, not to mention dining at one of our over 100 restaurants.
- Brush up on Park City unique mining and ski history at the Park City Museum, located on Historic Main Street.
- The Kimball Art Center offer a full lineup of workshops, programs and classes to educate artists of all ages in a wide range of mediums. Come together to explore, celebrate and cherish the creative spark that lives within us all.
- The Paint Mixer – A guided painting opportunity that requires no previous painting experience, the Paint Mixer, located on lower Historic Main Street, is entertaining, fun, and the perfect introduction to art.
- Dog Sledding is the perfect way to rest those ski legs is cruising through the countryside in a dogsled. It’s perfect for families as well as a romantic getaway for two.
- Snowmobiling offers a unique opportunity to meander through aspen meadows and pick up a bit of speed through wide open space – it’s a fun way to spend the day as a family or with a group of friends.