Park City Song Summit
Park City Song Summit, an all-new, intimate mountain retreat for music lovers, will certainly include some very special live performances, but the heartbeat of the event is the creative process itself, discussed and shared in an open dialog with the finest song crafters of our modern age. The artist-led discussions have been dubbed Summit Labs, and today, Park City Song Summit has released a list of Lab themes and participants for each day of its inaugural weekend; September 7-10 in Park City, Utah.
With Park City Song Summit, organizers have set out to accomplish one thing over the course of September 7-10: redefine the live music experience.
Live performances are a major ingredient of the Song Summit, but this intimate mountain retreat for music lovers orbits around the minute details of the creative process itself—the why and how music comes about, struggles and breakthroughs alike—in an open dialog with the finest songcrafters of our modern age.
Organizers for Park City Song Summit, the five-day music and culture gathering happening Sept. 8-12 in Park City, UT, have outlined COVID-19 safety protocol for this year’s event. After consulting and meeting with top health officials, infectious disease experts, local government, various artist agents/managers, and high-level festival and concert promoters to employ best practices around large gatherings, Song Summit organizers are proactively taking safety measures for Song Summit talent, attendees, and staff.
Park City Song Summit is pleased to announce the following lineup additions to this year’s performance and Lab programming: Jason Isbell, Reyna Roberts, DJ Logic, David Ramirez, Craig Finn & The Uptown Controllers, and Josh Kelley. The creatives listed here join an already stacked lineup featuring Mavis Staples, Father John Misty, Leslie Jordan, Kamasi Washington, Amanda Shires, Gary Clark Jr., Andrew Bird, Ryan Bingham, and so many more in a variety of formats.