Thursday, December 14th @ 7:30pm
Friday, December 15th @ 7:30pm
Saturday, December 16th @ 7:30pm
Sunday December 17th @ 6pm
This show is Park City's best holiday, family-tradition. The Park City Holiday Spectacular features a wide variety of local performers in a holiday-inspired show to get you into the spirit of the season.
Celebrate your holiday season at the Egyptian Theatre with all of your favorite local talents. This show is entertainment for ALL AGES.
To purchase tickets and learn more, visit www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org
Join us for the Community Opening of their next exhibition, David Habben: Flow. The evening will include a unique performance in which Habben will be joined by dancers from the Duhaime Movement Project, and University of Utah faculty musician, Mike Wall. While watching them perform, Habben will create a new large-scale painting. This newly-created piece will be presented alongside Habben’s original sketchbooks and captivating compositions that bring these two worlds together.
This event is free and all people are welcome to join. Light appetizers will be served.
Please RSVP at kimballartcenter.org
Come celebrate a holiday tradition as Santa Claus arrives Park City via the Town Lift, with his magical Mid-December sleigh that is all lit up with Christmas lights.
Sat., Dec. 16th is the annual "Santa Comes Down the Town Lift" event on the Town Lift Plaza, The festivities begin at 5:30pm, with plenty of merriment to go around while awaiting Santa. Once he arrives, you and your kids can get your picture taken with Santa by EpicMix Photo.
For more information, visit historicparkcityutah.com
Songs for a Wintery Season
The Park City Singers' holiday concerts have become a Park City winter tradition. Come enjoy this local choir's performance at St. Luke's Church!
Adult Tickets $12 in advance, $15 at the door
Children ages 12 and younger $5
Advance tickets available at Smith's Kimball Junction or online at www.parkcitysingers.org
All ages welcome
Ring in the spirit with a musical Kamas Christmas. Featuring performances by Wasatch Back Choir & Orchestra with guests artists Marj Desius, a Caribbean recording artist, and Shrink the Giant, an internationally known Indie Alternative Rock band.
Special performances by The Kamas Children’s Choir, Tapestry, the BMDC Dancers, aerial artist Olivia Lee, and The Combined Youth Orchestra will also be featured.
For more information, visit www.dejoriacenter.com
For more than 23 years, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (December 20, 2017), has played their big-band- inspired swing in sold-out concerts from Lincoln Center, to the Hollywood Bowl, and the Kennedy Center. Their latest album, Louie, Louie, Louie, is a salute to the music of Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima and Louis Jordan. Expect their high-energy show to transport you through the wild ride of swing and jazz.
For tickets and more information visit tickets.parkcity