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Deer Valley Music Festival

Escape to the pristine Wasatch Mountains’ cool air and enjoy the astounding selection of performances at the Deer Valley Music Festival at the outdoor amphitheater. This summer’s selection includes performances by the Utah Symphony,  OneRepublic, Jewel, Los Lonely Boys and many others.

Many concertgoers take picnics, and wine and beer are allowed on the grounds. There is also a full concession stand with food and drink for purchase. For a full lineup and ticket information, go to DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

Sideshow Ramblers

June 19

Since winter 2010 in Park City, Josh, Gordo and Dave have been entertaining audiences and keeping the dance floor packed with crowd-pleasing covers and exciting original material.

Mary Beth Maziarz

June 26

Mary Beth Maziarz is a professional songwriter, performer, workshop facilitator and author. Born in north-central Illinois, she enjoyed an international education, then settled in Park City, Utah. She’s fabulous!

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture

June 29

The music of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky will be featured in explosive fashion.

Holy Water Buffalo

July 3

Local bluegrass favorites will showcase Park City flair and sound.

Los Lonely Boys, LosLobos, Alexandro Escovedo

July 4

American Chicano power rock takes over for Independence Day.

Take me Home — The Music of John Denver

July 6

Join the Utah Symphony as they highlight some of Denver’s greatest hits.

Motherlode Canyon Band

July 10

Danceable rock and acoustic folk take center stage.

Bravo Broadway: The Wicked Divas

July 12

Wicked good! This concert of diva showstoppers from Broadway, opera, and popular music is highlighted by selections from the Tony Award-winning musical Wicked.

Arturo Sandoval with the Utah Symphony

July 13

Hear one of the most dynamic and vivacious performances when trumpeter Arturo Sandoval performs Latin, jazz, classical, and more alongside the Utah Symphony.

Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers

July 15

Bruce Hornsby is known for impromptu performances featuring classical, jazz, bluegrass, folk, Motown, gospel, rock and blues music.

Joy & Eric

July 17

Soulful and talented local musicians Joy and Eric will demonstrate true vocal and guitar prowess.

Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers

July 19

Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers will perform bluegrass, banjo and folk music in one of the most inventive shows this season.

Indigo Girls

July 20

Grammy-winning folk-rock duo Indigo Girls deliver a beautifully crafted batch of songs that revel in spirited simplicity.

Natalie Mains

July 30

The lead vocalist for the female alternative country band the Dixie Chicks will showcase songs from her new album.

Lash LaRue

July 31

Lash LaRue is a Park City musical power group formed in the spring of 2009 with Karri Dell Hays, Jack Walzer, Mark Viar, Cole Hobbs and Elaine Berns.

Mandy Patinkin with the Utah Symphony

Aug. 3

Tony Award-winning actor from Homeland and Princess Diaries will be performing with the Utah Symphony.

Darlene Love

Aug. 4

Powerful vocals and a distinct folk-blues style mark Love’s outstanding performances.

The Patwa Reggae Band

Aug. 7

The Patwa Reggae Band brings a classic and authentic sound to Park City reggae music. With members from America, England, and Jamaica, TPRB creates an original blend of talent and taste in a timeless genre.

Utah Opera in the Open Air

Aug. 9

There will be arias in the open air as Utah Opera returns to Deer Valley for an unforgettable night of music in the mountains.

The Music of the Rolling Stones with the Utah Symphony

Aug. 10

With the Utah Symphony backing Brody Dolyniuk’s screaming vocals, the audience will hear the best Rolling Stones hits in a whole new way.

Sophia Dion Band

Aug. 14

The 13-year-old singer is a true community star.

Lyle Lovett and His Large Band

Aug. 17

The Grammy Award-winning country artist is an American folk-music legend.


Aug. 21

The groove-funk band from Moab, Utah is a mix of jazz, reggae, soul and hip-hop.


Aug. 24

Singer-songwriter Jewel is a platinum-recording artist and actress, and has sold more than 27 million records.


Aug. 28

Local blues rockers are regulars at music festivals, bars and concert halls around the state.


Aug. 31

With chart-topping hits, such as “Apologize” and “Stop and Stare,” OneRepublic is a perfect finale concert to the music festival.

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