For such a small town, Park City has quite an active nightlife. So much so that residents of the much larger Salt Lake City often find themselves commuting over Parley’s Pass on weekends to catch a show. If you’re in Park City any night of the week, you can most always find some kind of live music –from local acts playing in bars, to nationally famous artists.
The Spur Bar & Grill (350 ½ Main Street; 435-615-1618) is Park City’s classic old-western, wooden-floored bar with a small, corner stage and intimate dance space. No dive by any means, this fairly upscale establishment appeals to younger groups and older couples alike, both for dancing and romantic dinners. Whether you know the Cowboy Jitterbug or not, you can enjoy a beer here and appreciate some excellent regional acts.
The Egyptian Theater (328 Main Street; 435-649-9371) serves as one of the town’s main arteries for live performances of every kind, from drama, to musicals, comedy, and music. In Check the Egyptian’s schedule for an up-to-date listing of their current offerings. A part of Park City’s community since the 1880s, this historic theater provides a great venue for a special evening out.
Park City’s Eccles Center (333 Main Street; 435-655-8252) is the town’s go-to venue for big musical acts (and other artistic performances) from around the nation and world. Here bands and DJs like Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Jewel, Wynonna, and One Republic have played. Eccles also puts on shows at Deer Valley Resort ; check the online schedule for specifics.