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Stroll Park City's Historic Main Street and find the beat that suits your mood.Here’s a quick rundown of where to go and what you’ll find.

O.P. Rockwell / 268 Main St /

Tucked into a historic underground location on Main Street, O.P. Rockwell has a speakeasy vibe with Western flare. A music lover’s dream, its hip, cozy atmosphere lends itself to more intimate shows.

The Spur / 352 Main St /

Walk through the well-lit bar to get to the separate, lively music bar in the back. Settle in for a range of acoustic acts, rock and roll bands, as well as dueling pianos.

The Cabin / 427 Main St /

Now in a newly renovated space, The Cabin boasts two levels, with live music—sometimes legendary artists—most weekends on the lower level, known as the Den. On weeknights, check out karaoke, vinyl DJs, and open-mic fun.

Park City Live / 427 Main St /

Old Town’s largest music venue has several bars, an impressive main stage, and a roster of big-name acts, ranging from electronica to hip-hop to celebrity DJs.

Flanagan’s Irish Pub / 438 Main St /

Wander beneath Flanagan’s restaurant to find the fun. The Irish pub lets you take the stage on Fridays for karaoke and features bands and DJs on Saturdays.

The Downstairs / 625 Main St /

The Downstairs consistently packs the house, featuring an oft-DJ-focused lineup. As the name implies, the venue is found on the lower level of its Heber and Main building.

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