Park City Weekend Agenda: March 22-24

It’s March Music Madness with back-to-back shows, including Boyz II Men, Sarah Shook, Dirty Revival, Slaughter, and a slew of local and nationally renowned artists. Oh, and there’s ski-charity mayhem, snowshoeing, film, interactive exhibits, and more.

By Vanessa Conabee March 20, 2019

All Weekend Long 


Mamma Mia! Here we go again... or so the ABBA tune goes. Boogie down to the Egyptian Theatre to catch this upbeat show, Friday through Sunday. 

Mamma Mia!

Friday–Saturday, Mar. 22-23, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, Mar. 24, 6 p.m. @ The Egyptian Theatre

Treat yourself and your friends to a laugh-out-loud performance of this crowd-pleasing musical romantic comedy featuring everyone’s favorite ABBA hits. Tickets start at $35.

"If Beale Street Could Talk" Screening

Friday and Saturday, Mar 22-23, 8 p.m.; Sunday, Mar. 24, 6 p.m. @ Park City Library

Based on the James Baldwin’s novel of the same name, “If Beale Street Could Talk” offers a captivating window into early ’70s Harlem through the story of Tish and Fonny, a young African-American couple struggling to clear a wrongful conviction before the birth of their child. Regina King won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Sharon, Tish’s mother, at the Golden Globes and Academy Awards.


"If Beale Street Could Talk" screens Friday through Sunday as part of Park City Film's ongoing offerings at the library's Jim Santy, 1255 Park Ave. 

Park City Museum

Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, noon-6 @ Park City Museum

Explore Park City’s rich mining history through hands-on and educational exhibits that take you into a mine shaft and old-time jail. Children can complete a “Park City History Detectives” activity, providing the whole family with a way to dig deeper into Park City’s past through interactive exhibits.

Nature’s Ninjas

Wed-Sun @ Swaner EcoCenter 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Discover some of nature’s best defense mechanisms up close and personal with geckoes, porcupines, and their brethren in this traveling exhibit. Swaner’s EcoCenter offers a number of permanent environmentally-inspired exhibits—and don’t miss the climbing wall on Saturdays and Sundays, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Cold Places: Photographs by Sue Flood

10 a.m. daily through April 7 @ Kimball Art Center 

Photographer Sue Flood captures the awe-inspiring grandeur of Earth’s coldest places, Antarctica and the Arctic, bringing viewers rare glimpses of nature in a changing climate.  From penguins to wide stretches of vast wilderness, Flood contemplates the stunning beauty of the far reaches of the earth. Adjacent to the Main Gallery, don’t miss Café Gallery exhibit: “Paul Crow: On Ice.” 

Friday, March 22

Nathan Spenser Revue

4 p.m. @ Legends at Park City Mountain

Bluesy crooner Nathan Spencer returns to the stage with his all-star rhythm section.  This crowd pleaser is an old soul sure to weave in a little Americana, Country, Jazz, Roots and Blues.


7 p.m. @ DeJoria Center

Local favorite Muddpuddle never disappoints.  Kick off the weekend with a great blend of originals and covers in that signature alt country, classic rock, bluesy style. Cole Hobbs and Marty Klein on guitars, Phil Dean on Bass, Mike Rogers on keyboards and Matt Gordon on Drums.  21+

Sarah Shook & The Disarmers

9 p.m. @ O.P. Rockwell

Playing with fire and purpose, Noisey (Vice) describes Shook’s songwriting as “writing movingly as both a victim of someone else’s self-involvement and as its perpetrator.” Not your run of the mill country, but a “real, raw, mean-and-evil-bad-and-nasty-bidness that makes a whoopin’ sound mighty fine.” 21+

Boyz II Men

8 p.m. @ Park City Live

Credited with influencing talents from Justin Timberlake to Justin Bieber, best-selling R&B group Boyz II Men redefined popular music of their genre and continue to create timeless hits that appeal to fans across generations.  21+

Saturday, March 23

Pink Park City

8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m. @ Canyons Village, Park City Mountain

Get your pink on for a skiing extravaganza that benefits research at the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Pink Park City returns to Park City Mountain for a day full of on-mountain activities, deck parties, live music, challenges, skiing with Olympians, giveaways, prizes, and the Rally For Hope Parade.  Register here: Pink Park City website or show up on Saturday ready to revel and raise awareness (and money).

Pink Park City, benefitting Huntsman Cancer Institute research, hits the Park City Mountain slopes this Saturday with all manner of on- and off-piste fun— all for a good cause.  

Snowshoe Tour

8:30 a.m. @ Swaner Preserve

Join Swaner Preserve naturalists for a guided nature tour on the Preserve, and keep an eye out for animal tracks while you make your own. Terrain is mostly flat and accessible to all ages. Snowshoe rentals are available. 

Live Music Après-ski

3-6 p.m. @ EBS Lounge, Deer Valley Resort

Wait out skier traffic while soaking in the sounds of live music at Snow Park Lodge. If it’s a bluebird day, grab an upper-deck table and revel in the sun and après ambiance.

Changing Lanes Experience/Spring Concert Series

3 p.m. @ Canyons Village at Park City Mountain

High energy performers known for belting out classics from “Papa Was A Rolling Stone” to “Shut Up and Dance,” this young talent will get everyone up and moving.


7 p.m. @ DeJoria Center

Slaughter has been on fire since hitting radio, MTV and the U.S./world touring circuit with Kiss, Ozzy, and others in the ’90s. With hit singles “Up All Night,” “Fly to the Angels,” and “Stick it Live” topping the charts, Slaughter has stayed true to fans by performing concert dates in all 50 states each year for 18 years running.  21+

 Don Diablo

 8 p.m. @ Park City Live

Dutch DJ and producer Don Diablo elevates the EDM scene with his blend of electro house/future house, remaining one of the top names in the scene.  A diverse range results in a mix of songs from often polar opposite genres, like opening with Debussy’s Clair de Lune before jumping into a wild electronic version of Oasis’s “Wonderwall.” Prepare for the unexpected.  21+

 Dirty Revival

9 p.m. @ O.P Rockwell

Dirty Revival’s unique take on the soul and funk of the ’60s and ’70s promises a great time.  Bring your friends and rock out to the Portland, Oregon’s seven-piece soul/rock band. 21+

Birds of Chicago

7:30 p.m. @ The Eccles Center

Before they got together, husband and wife duo JT Nero and Allison Russell took turns opening for each other on either side of the US/Canadian border.  Their particular blend of Americana has earned accolades from NPR, the London Telegraph, Paste and Slant, in addition to a major record label. By turns fun, flirty, thoughtful and romantic, Birds of Chicago won’t disappoint.

Sunday, March 23

B.D. Howes Band/Spring Concert Series

3:30 p.m. @ Payday Pad at Park City Mountain

Wasatch favorite B.D. Howes returns with “The Corner,” “Living in the Dark,” and “Drain,” incorporating social, political and philosophical influences with a vintage, blues-based sound.  Drift away vocals and gliding arrangements make for crowd-pleasing, easy listening.

Robyn Cage

 7 p.m. @ Park City Live

Dark and dreamy alt rock queen and Park City local lights up the stage with her range of smoldering low tones and soaring high notes, drawing comparisons to Adele, Lana Del Ray and Florence and the Machine. Cage has wowed audiences from Boston’s Symphony Hall to outdoor festivals to the prestigious singer-songwriter circuit in NYC.  Debut album Born in the Desert was named one of the Top 35 Albums in 2015 by I’m Music Magazine. 21+

For more events and up-to-date happenings around town, check out our event calendar.


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