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Motherlode Canyon Band

  • Kimball Arts Festival, Food Truck Stage at Brew Pub 638 Park Avenue Park City, UT, 84060 United States (map)
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Tickets: $12.00

Kimball Arts Festival, Food Truck Stage at Brew Pub

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.

Motherlode Canyon Band Biography

The Motherlode Canyon Band was formed in 1993 in Park City, Utah. The Early roots were acoustic, folk, bluegrass & blues and packed coffee houses were the scene. The band's strong vocals, guitar work and energy soon brought exposure to the Park City social scene and we took off. Playing everything from small private parties to large concerts, from major nightclubs to television, the band added more players and expanded our music to included more rock….classic, roll and progressive. We've now performed in 5 states, including Washington, D.C., and had great exposure at the 2002 Olympics where, among other appearances, we opened for Sheryl Crow at her Park City show. It's been an awesome ride, so far, and we deeply appreciate all our friends, supporters and especially everyone who's hired us over the years.

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