Reduced pricing Thursday & Friday - 8pm nightly.
Drawing inspiration from her personal journey, one of music’s most enduring voices and composers, Rita Coolidge, is back with “Safe in the Arms of Time,” her 18th solo album.
Two-time Grammy Award winning performer on an intimate stage!
PARK CITY INSTITUTE
Fri. Jan, 18 - 7:30pm
She is one half of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team whose New York Times story about movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s alleged abuse toward women. Kantor will pull back the curtain on the reporting on events that allegedly took place in locations far-flung as France and Italy, and as nearby as the Stein Ericksen Lodge .She will deconstruct the story that revealed systemic abuse in Hollywood, and many other industries. In exploring the resonance of the Weinstein investigation, she will tackle topics such as common patterns and means of intimidation, as well as why so many women are now finding their voices and why people are finally listening.
Provided by Mountain Town Music
Three lifelong musicians joined forces in the mountains of Utah in the late summer of 2016. Snyderville Electric Band is the mind-blowing result. Their musical style flows out of the intersection of southern rock, classic rock and blues.
PARK CITY INSTITUTE
Sat. Jan, 19 - 7:30pm
Dedicated explorer and award-winning photographer Steve Winter will take you from Asian jungles where resilient tiger populations persist, to the Himalaya, home of the rare snow leopard. Follow him into the rainforests of Latin America to view the elusive jaguar, and into the Hollywood Hills in pursuit of the American cougar. Co-author of Tigers Forever, Winter’s mission is to share the beauty of big cats while working to save them.
Described as “High-Octane Rocky Mountain DanceGrass”, Whitewater Ramble (WWR) uses a simple recipe to craft it’s sound: start with bluegrass instrumentation, add drums, and finish with a boundary-less approach to grassing-up everything from disco house grooves to roots to Americana.