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Park City's premier music venue Park City Live kicks off it's new season on September 30th at 8 p.m. with their annual Summer White Party.

Park City Live is arguably the epicenter of Park City's live pop music and nightlife scene, regularly bringing major acts like Snoop Dogg, Diplo, The Foo Fighters, Macklemore, Steve Aoki, The Shins, Xavier Rudd, and many others to town. The caliber of performances plus the well-stocked bars and impressive audio and visual effects make Park City Live the place to be on evenings throughout the fall, winter, and spring. After being on temporary hiatus, the venue is once again revving up for their new season which kicks off on September 30th with the annual Summer White Party.

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The Annual Summer White Party serves as grand re-opening of the venue for the season. Come dressed in your best all white outfit, plus any glow accessories of your choosing, and get ready to dance the night away to the a full night of bass dropping EDM. At this year's blast off party, Park City Live is flying in the popular Berlin-based DJ and producer Thomas Gold. The German artist stormed onto the scene in 2006 and has since released smash single after smash single, spun sets at the foremost festivals and clubs around the world, and remixed industry icons, including Adele, Lady Gaga, One Republic, and MiiKe Snow. If you've been waiting to let loose on the dance floor, you can grab tickets for the Summer White Party on Park City Live's website. Doors open at 8 p.m. and, as with every show hosted here, this is a 21+ only event.

In addition to the White Party, Park City Live has also announced four of their upcoming shows. 

October 7 - Jimmy Eat World

A mixture of power pop and alternative rock, Jimmy Eat World hails from Mesa, Arizona and includes vocalist/guitarist Jim Adkins, guitarist/backing vocalist Tom Linton, bassist Rick Bruch, and drummer Zach Lind. Since forming in 1993, the band has release eight studio albums, including the platinum album Bleed American.

October 8 - Ja Rule

Known for being a rugged rapper with a grizzly voice, Ja Rule first broke into rap with his 1999 debut album Venni Vetti Vecci. He followed the success of the album with a number of hit singles, including "Always on Time" featuring Ashanti and "Put It on Me", and has earned four Grammy nominations.

October 18 - Indigo Girls

Together Amy Ray and Emily Saliers are the Indigo Girls, a fantastic duo who the Boston Herald proclaimed were in the company of others like Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers. Amy and Emily have been releasing records for twenty years and are the only duo to have 40 titles on the Billboard 200 spanning the '80s, '90s, '00s, and '10s. Despite growing older, these two show now signs of slowing down or giving up performing.

November 15 - Lucius

According to the Rolling Stone, Lucius is "the best band you many not have hear yet. This five piece indie pop band from Brooklyn, New York are what you might call a triple-threat with their vocal harmonies, infections hooks, and dance-inducing percussion." The charismatic group loves putting on a show, with Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, the band's founders, delivering their unique songs in unison. So far, the relatively new outfit has released two albums, Wildewoman and Good Grief.

Park City Live is continuously booking performers so make sure to check back on their site periodically to find out about upcoming concerts. If you're craving music in between these big acts, you can check out other local hotspots for music including The Cabin and OP Rockwell.

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