Kimball Arts Festival, Main Stage at Kimball Arts Center
The Park City Kimball Arts Festival serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center each year. Proceeds from the Festival enable the Kimball Art Center to provide, free of charge, year around art exhibitions, gallery tours, monthly “Art Talks” and to offer art education outreach to teachers, students and our community. Thank you for your patronage and we hope you enjoy yourselves!
“We’re showcasing the most talented artists in their respective fields to bring to our annual Arts Festival and raised the bar on programs like Taste of Art and Festival After Dark. As the largest three-day event in Park City during the summer, we work year-round to come up with innovative ways to create a multi-sensory experience for all of our patrons,” noted Robin Marrouche, Kimball Art Center, Executive Director.
Dallas Wayde & The Broken Hearts Club Biography
Dallas Wayde is a 20 year old Recording Artist from Salt Lake City, UT. While bringing you a familiar Top-40 sound, you will find his music at the crossroads of up-beat melodies and emotional lyricism.
He released his first full-length studio album "So Young and So Damaged" in early 2018, and it brought in about 50k digital streams in it's first month. This was a tipping point for Dallas and his team, which go by the title "The Broken Hearts Club", and they began getting more opportunities for exposure through shows, media, press, etc.
He started his career at age 14 by winning a national kids singing competition called "Kidz Star USA" in 2013. Dallas then landed a contract with, Major Recording Label, RCA Records. There he flew back and forth from Los Angeles studying and perfecting his sound as an artist, and learning how to write hit songs from heavy hitters like Jonas Jeberg, Marlin "Hookman" Bonds, and Mark Feist. Throughout that process, he also learned how to perform at big music events and master his charismatic stage presence. Dallas, now age 15, also got the opportunity to tour the country as an opening act for the top-selling kids band, "Kidz bop Kids". Dallas then took the knowledge he had gained and spent sometime perfecting his craft, while figuring out what direction he wanted to go in the music industry.
The new album "So Young and So Damaged" has now got some strong momentum behind it, and Dallas and The Broken Hearts Club are growing in strides everyday.
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