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Park City Mountain Announces Bands for 2017 Spring Concert Series and Spring Grüv

Bands will perform at both the Park City and Canyons Village Base Areas every Saturday beginning on March 4 Crystal Fighters and MAGIC GIANT headline this year’s Spring Grüv Lineup Concerts are free and open to the public

PARK CITY, Utah – Feb. 2017 – After one of the snowiest Januarys in resort history, Park City Mountain is gearing up for an unforgettable spring. To celebrate the season, Park City Mountain will host its annual Spring Concert Series and 10th Annual Spring Grüv Celebration with a lineup of local and national bands including Crystal Fighters and MAGIC GIANT.

As part of the Spring Concert Series, Park City Mountain will host free après ski concerts at both base areas beginning on Saturday, February 18 with a performance by indie-pop band Knox Hamiliton. The Concert Series will continue on March 4 with concerts every Saturday through April 16, weather permitting. The outdoor concerts will take place at 3 p.m. on the Canyons Village Stage at Canyons Village and the PayDay Plaza Patio of Legacy Lodge at the Park City Base Area. This year’s concert lineup features local Park City favorites like Changing Lanes Experience, Mokie, and Please Be Human as well as a collection of folk, rock and funk bands.

Beginning March 25, Park City Mountain will also host the annual Spring Grüv Celebration. The 16-day event will feature daily activities at both base areas including the 21st annual Pond Skimming competition on April 8 and free concerts headlined by Crystal Fighters and MAGIC GIANT. A full schedule for Spring Grüv can be found here.

Located just 35 minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City Mountain is a world-class mountain destination providing more than 7,300 skiable acres of diverse terrain suited for every skier and rider. And as insiders know, spring is the best time of year to visit with unlimited sun, great snow and family-friendly activities to enjoy. Guests planning a trip to Park City this spring can take advantage of Secret Season Savings of up to 30 percent on lodging with rates starting at just $111 per night.

For a complete spring concert schedule, please see below.



2/18/2017        Knox Hamilton

3/4/2017          Mokie

3/11/2017        The Changing Lanes Experience

3/17/2017        Badfeather

3/18/2017        Smiling Souls

3/25/2017        The Fabulous Flynstones

4/1/2017          MAGIC GIANT

4/8/2017          Metro Music Club (Opener: Garret Lebeau)

4/15/2017        Sin City Soul

4/16/2017        Breakfast Klub    




3/4/2017          The Zolotones

3/11/2017        Ashlee K Thomas Band

3/18/2017        Ethan Perry & The Remedy

3/25/2017        Crystal Fighters

4/1/2017          Grizzly Goat

4/8/2017          Cry Wolf

4/15/2017        Please Be Human

4/16/2017        Changing Lanes Experience

February 18
th (Canyons Village) – Knox Hamilton

Knox Hamilton is an indie-pop band with refreshing beach vibes from Little Rock, Arkansas.  Their musical staple is noted for the laid back guitar riffs and rhythmic drum beats. Their newest song, “Washed Up Together,” is a good illustration of their full-length debut album, The Heights.

March 25th (Park City Base Area) – Crystal Fighters

Formed in London, the members of Crystal Fighters play fast electronic dance music with both electric and acoustic guitars. Crystal Fighters uses synthesizers and Basque instruments among their folk, punk, and techno musical influences. Their recent third album, Everything is My Family, stages the band’s mixed genre and charismatic harmonies.

April 1st (Canyons Village) – MAGIC GIANT

In 2016 MAGIC GIANT moved bodies and souls in over thirty cities across North America, touring with bands such as Mike Posner and Beats Antique and playing festivals ranging from Electric Forest to Lightning in a Bottle. The LA indie band has built a reputation for its infectious sing-alongs and communal live experiences, blending folk instruments (banjo, fiddle, harmonica) with big drums and dance rhythms. They recorded their debut album from their solar-powered mobile recording studio and are set to release it Spring of 2017.

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About Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort, the largest resort in the United States, is located in the heart of Park City, Utah, only a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport. Park City bustles with activities year-round with two distinct base areas, nine hotels, thrilling family adventures and more than two dozen restaurants. In the summer of 2015, Park City completed the largest resort improvement project in the history of American skiing– boasting more than 7,300 acres of terrain, a brand new eight-passenger gondola, new restaurants, upgraded lifts and more.

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