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Jenny Diersen
Special Events & Economic Development Program Manager                                   
jenny.diersen@parkcity.org       435.615.5188 (office)
435.640.5063 (cell)

Chris Phinney
Special Events & Facilities Coordinator                  
chris.phinney@parkcity.org        435.615.5194 (office)

Colleen McGinn                    Special Events & Filming Coordinator    colleen.mcginn@parkcity.org     435.615.5187 (office)  


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Welcome to the Special Events home page

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The Special Events Department is part of the Sustainability Department at the Park City Municipal Corporation. It oversees and permits all Special Events that take place in the Park City limits, as well as manages the rental of city owned facilities and filming permits.

Depending on the time of year, we do our best to respond to your inquiries within two business days. To reach the Special Events Department, please email us at specialevents@parkcity.org and include your name and phone number or visit the Contact Us Page.

For the Park City Special Event Planning Guide and Applications, please click the Application and Planning Page. For a list of upcoming events in Park City, please visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau Website at www.visitparkcity.com.

Park City Special Event History & Facts

Long before Park City, Utah became a world class ski destination, it was a booming silver mining town. Founded by prospectors in 1868, Park City continued to mine silver until the 1970s and at one point was considered a ghost town of the wild west. Park City is now home to two world class resorts, Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain, and hosts the Sundance Film Festival each year which brings over 71,000 visitors to Park City within a ten day period.                     

Special events are an important part of our mountain community. From sporting to cultural events, to outdoor concerts and internationally renowned festivals, here are some examples of the wide range of events held in Park City.

  • International Events ShowImage The Egyptian Theater is one of the Main Street venues during the Sundance Film Festival. More >>

  • Regional & National Events arts_fest Events held on Historic Main Street include the Park City Kimball Arts Festival, Tour of Utah and Triple Crown Baseball and Softball Tournament

  • Tour_of_utah The combination of world-class cyclists, magnificent scenery, relentless climbs over high mountain routes, the punishing challenge of desert courses, and urban circuits have earned “America’s Toughest Stage Race” the respect of competitors, sponsors and cycling fans worldwide. More >>

  • Local Events Autumn Aloft Great local events hosted by Park City are the Miners Day Celebration, Tour De Suds, Running with Ed, Autumn Aloft and Savor the Summit

  • barn Park City residents and visitors never deny a chance to dress up and have fun for a local cause. Running with Ed is a local event organized by the Park City Education Foundation. This event raises funds for the local school system.

  • july 4th The Annual Park City 4th of July Celebration is a collaboration between more than 10 different organizations. The event includes a pancake breakfast, 5K fun run, parade, family games and activities, food, music, rugby games and of course a fireworks display.

Did You Know...?

  • The Special Events Department permits more than 80 events in Park City each year.
  • The Miner’s Day Celebration, held every year on Labor Day, has been running for over 130 years. It is currently organized by the Park City Rotary Clubs and benefits over eighty non-profits in the county. It also features the "Running of the Balls" where nearly 10,000 balls roll down historic Main Street.
  • 25,000 volunteers from all over the world came to Utah for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and helped make Salt Lake City one of the most welcoming and successful Olympic venues in history.