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Sundance Mountain Resort
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Music, Film & Festivals

The Sundance music, film and festival programs support our vision to create unspoiled and authentic experiences where art, nature, and commerce unite.

Bluebird Cafe
Each summer for 12 years we have partnered with the Bluebird Cafe to bring a little bit of Nashville to Utah, with a stellar lineup of singer-songwriter musicians who share their history, music and stories. 

Harvest Market
Sundance celebrates the beauty of the season and the rich cultural heritage of the region with its annual Harvest Market. In keeping with Sundance’s commitment to the arts and nature, the Harvest Market features musical entertainment, amazing food, and a myriad of artistic hand crafted items.

Patriotic Celebration
The Utah Symphony performs all of your red, white, and blue favorites in the annual Patriotic Celebration.

Sundance Film Festival
For ten days in January, the Sundance Film Festival in Park City presents cutting-edge films from filmmakers who present their stories to the world. Sundance Resort offers an alternative to the Park City experience.

More information for each of these events may be found below.

Bluebird Cafe

Sundance Mountain Resort brings a little bit of Nashville to Utah with a stellar line up of singer-songwriters, who share their music and stories.

The Resort has partnered with the Bluebird Cafe to bring a taste of musical storytelling to Utah. The Bluebird Cafe is located in Nashville, TN and is renowned for starting the careers of virtually every major artist in the country music business today, including Faith Hill and Garth Brooks.

Bench Seating

Prime Bench Seating: To be determined
Regular Bench Seating: To be determined

Lawn Seating

General Admission: To be determined

All sales are final and tickets are non-refundable.
All bench seating is assigned and lawn seating is general admission.

Dates & Artists

Friday, July 10, 2015  
Friday, July 17, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
Friday, August 28, 2015

Please check back for our artist lineup & ticket information.



Please Read Before Purchasing Tickets

There are 5 separate seating options

Section 1
Section 2
Section 2 Prime (outlined in red)
Section 3
General Admission Lawn

Please click on the section in which you would like to purchase tickets. If that section is sold out you will see a message asking you to select another seating section. To purchase lawn tickets please click on the Green Section. If you are having trouble placing your order, please contact the Sundance Box Office at 801.223.4567



Group tickets go on sale beginning March 3 and can be purchased by calling 866.734.4428 

Individual tickets to the public go on sale beginning April 1 and can be purchased below.

Harvest Market

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2014 Harvest Market. Vendors: Please check back June 1, 2015 for Harvest Market applications.

Sundance celebrates the beauty of the season and the rich cultural heritage of the region with its annual Harvest Market. In keeping with Sundance’s commitment to the arts and nature, the Harvest Market features musical entertainment, amazing food and a myriad of artistic hand crafted items. The brilliant fall foliage amid the splendor of Mt. Timpanogos provides a beautiful backdrop for this event each year.

Over 30 local artists and craftsmen as well as several of our Sundance outlets will be featured.  An array of local vendors selling hand made goods including:  jewelry, pottery, art and photography, wooden canoes, soaps and lotions, clothing, accessories, and much more will be assembled on Ray's Lawn.  Several of the Sundance outlets will also have booths at the market. In addition, there will be live Bluegrass/Americana music and an array of delicious Sundance foods to enjoy.

Date & Time

Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


The Harvest Market is complimentary to attend - some activites may have a cost.

Potential Artists & Vendors

Applications for 2015 Harvest Market vendors will be posted on June 1, 2015.



Bluebird Cafe Tickets & Artist Bios

Friday, July 11, 2014 (8:00 p.m.)

Kim Carnes

Kim Carnes’ voice was once called by The Rolling Stone “…an enormously compelling instrument to anyone enamored of blue-eyed soul.” Kim Carnes won Grammy awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year for her smash hit, “Bette Davis Eyes.” She has penned three number one songs, including “The Heart Won’t Lie,” a smash duet for Reba McEntire and Vince Gill, “Don’t Fall in Love with a Dreamer,” which she performed with Kenny Rogers.

Barry Dean

In only two short years into his first deal, Reba McEntire recorded his song "Moving Oleta." In 2012, Dean landed his first Billboard #1 song with Little Big Town’s summer smash “Pontoon.” He landed the Jason Aldean top 15 hit "1994,” co-wrote Toby Keith’s single “Drinks After Work.”

Greg Barnhill

Greg Barnhill has written hits for everyone from Etta James to Leona Lewis. His first major career milestone was “Walkaway Joe” recorded by Trisha Yearwood and Don Henley. It went on to earn him a Grammy nomination. He followed it up with the crossover smash with “House of Love” for Amy Grant and Vince Gill. In 2007, Greg earned an Emmy nomination for his hit “It’s A New Day” for ‘The Today Show’.

Friday, July 18, 2014 (8:00 p.m.)

Amy Grant

Amy Grant has won six Grammy Awards, 25 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, and had the first Christian album ever to go Platinum. Heart in Motion is her highest-selling album, with over five million copies sold in the United States alone.

Marshall Altman

Writer, Producer, Marshall Altman began his career on the West Coast in the mid-90s with a rock band, Farmer. In February of 2014, he broke through country radio simultaneously earning the #1 spot for “Friday Night” by Eric Paslay. These successes came on the heels of producing Amy Grant’s critically acclaimed album, How Mercy Looks From Here, which was her first album in twelve years.

Dylan Altman

Songwriter, Dylan Altman has been writing songs and performing in Nashville for 18 years. He has had three number one songs including Tim McGraw's "Watch The Wind Blow By," Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," and Jason Aldean’s “Take a Little Ride.”

Friday, August 22, 2014 (8:00 p.m.)

Brett James

Brett James penned Carrie Underwood's 2006 Number One hit "Jesus, Take the Wheel," with Hillary Lindsay and Gordie Sampson. The song received Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song. Other hits include "When the Sun Goes Down" by Kenny Chesney and Uncle Kracker, Rodney Atkins' "It's America", Chesney's "Out Last Night" and Carrie Underwood's "Cowboy Casanova", all co-written by James.

Troy Verges

Troy Verges has written numerous number one hits, including "Wanted" recorded by Hunter Hayes, "Beer Money" recorded by Kip Moore, "Who I Am" recorded by Jessica Andrews, "Blessed" recorded by Martina McBride, "Wasted" recorded by Carrie Underwood and "I Want Crazy" recorded by Hunter Hayes. "Wanted" was ACM nominated in 2013 for Song Of the Year, while "I Want Crazy" received a 2014 Grammy nomination. Verges was named "Songwriter of the Year" in 2002 by Broadcast Music Incorporated.

Hillary Lindsey

Hillary Lindsey won a Grammy Award for Best Country Song for Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel." To date, she has 10 number one singles as a writer. Lindsey had her first number one song as a writer in 2002 with Martina McBride's "Blessed". Six of her ten number ones as a writer are Carrie Underwood tracks including "Jesus Take The Wheel", "Wasted", "So Small", "Just A Dream", "Last Name", and "Two Black Cadillacs."

Friday, August 29, 2014 (8:00 p.m.)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here, by calling 866.734.4428 or by visiting the Sundance Box Office Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the exception of event nights when the Box Office remains open until 8:30 p.m.

Marv Green

Marv Green’s first number-one hit, “True,” was recorded by George Strait in 1998. The following year he scored his second number-one with “Amazed” recorded by Lonestar. Green was honored by BMI with their Song of the Year Award in 2000 and the BMI Songwriter of the Year in 2001. Marv also claimed the ACM Song of the Year for “Amazed” as well as a Grammy nomination.

Kendell Marvel

Soon after moving to Nashville, Kendell Marvel wrote the top five hit by Gary Allan “Right Where I Need to Be”. Since then, Kendell has had over sixty cuts. He landed seven songs on Jake Owen’s first two albums, including the hits “Yee Haw”, “Startin With Me”, and “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”. One of Kendell’s biggest honors was having legendary singer George Strait cut one of his songs. “Twang” ended up being a hit single and the title of the album.

Leslie Satcher

Leslie Satcher is a fifth generation Texan who has been a songwriter for Sony ATV for over a decade. Her songs have been recorded by artists such as Joe Diffie, Sara Evans, Lee Ann Womack, Wade Hayes, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Kellie Pickler, Bonnie Raitt, Sheila E and Willie Nelson just to name a few.

Utah Symphony: A Patriotic Celebration

Please check back for information regarding our 2015 Patriotic Celebration.


Sundance Mountain Resort Outdoor Amphitheatre, Eccles Stage.

Arrive early and allow plenty of time for parking, riding the shuttle, picking up tickets, and walking or riding up the hill to the venue.

Ticket Information 

Adults: To be determined
Youth: To be determined
(Ages 18 and under)

Group tickets can be purchased over the phone.

Ticket prices increase $5 day of show.

Additional Information

  • All seating is General Admission.
  • The performance will take place rain or shine.
  • No outside food or drink is permitted.
  • Concessions will be available at the performance.
  • The temperature drops once the sun goes down so we suggest you bring warm clothing.
  • Folding chairs are not permitted; please bring blankets if you prefer grass seating.

Bluebird Cafe & Utah Symphony Frequently Asked Questions

What type of seating is available?
We offer both bench seating and lawn seating. 

Does bench seating have assigned seats?
The Bluebird Cafe bench seating is all assigned. When purchasing tickets you can choose which section, row, and seat number you would like to sit in.
The Utah Symphony bench seating is general admission, which means seating is on a first come, first served basis.

Do the benches have backs on them, or are they simply bleacher seating?
The benches have back rests attached to them.

What does “general admission lawn” seating mean?
The lawn seating is general admission, which means seating is on a first come, first served basis. We recommend arriving early. Doors to the theatre open for seating beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Can I bring a chair to sit on the lawn?
Lawn chairs are not permitted on the lawn. Individuals who would like a back rest must purchase a bench seat or bring a beach chair that doesn't exceed 24 inches in total height from the ground to the top of the chair. Blankets are also permitted and even recommended for all lawn seating.

How can I get the group rate?
The group rate is available for the Bluebird Cafe to any group with 20 or more members. This applies to tickets as well as the barbecue dinner. Group rates are only available over the phone by calling 801.734.4428.
Since the Utah Symphony tickets are not sold through Sundance, group rates do not apply.

Is there wheelchair access at the amphitheatre?
There are 6 wheelchair-specific areas in the bench seating area of the amphitheatre. Guests with wheelchairs are able to reserve the seats around these wheelchair areas so that they may sit with their group. This must be done in advance either by phone through the box office.

Do children require a ticket?
All children age two and older will require a ticket. Children under the age of two must sit on an adult’s lap. Children who create a disturbance must be taken out of the theatre area immediately. We not recommend bringing children who may not enjoy sitting still and being silent during the performance.

What is the inclement weather policy?
All shows will take place rain or shine. Please come prepared for inclement weather and dropping temperatures. No rainchecks or refunds will be issued.

Is it cold up at the theatre?
Temperatures drop after the sun sets, so we recommend bringing jackets and/or blankets.

Are umbrellas allowed?
Small umbrellas are allowed for rainy weather. Large umbrellas are not permitted.

Will tickets sell out?
Most likely. Anyone interested in tickets should make arrangements as early as possible.

How can I redeem a promotional code?
All promotional codes for the Bluebird Cafe must be redeemed online through

How can I use my Sundance Gift Card towards Summer Theatre Tickets?
All tickets purchased with a Sundance Gift Card must be made in person at the Sundance Summer Box Office located on site at Sundance Resort. The Sundance Gift Card is not valid for the Utah Symphony.

May I took food and drink into the amphitheatre?
Yes. Food purchased at Sundance may be eaten in the amphitheatre. We do not allow any outside food or drink.

What kinds of concessions are sold?
Snacks, beverages and candy will be available at the concession stand. There is also a barbecue dinner available for purchase. No outside food or drink is allowed in the amphitheatre.

How do I get to the theatre once at Sundance?
The theatre is located about 500 yards up the hill from the base of Ray’s Lift. Guests are welcome to either walk or ride our tractor-pull ride up the hill to the amphitheatre. Sundance representatives will be present to direct guests to the amphitheatre. For all guests who park in the upper parking lot, a shuttle ride will be available from the parking lot to the base. Please allow 30 minutes from arrival to make your way to the theatre.

How early should we arrive for the show?
Plan on arriving at Sundance 30 minutes prior to the time you would like to arrive at the theatre. The doors open for each show at 7:00 p.m. with the performance beginning at 8:00 p.m. All lawn seating is first come, first served so we recommend guests arriving as early as possible. Bench seating is assigned and is recommended that guests arrive no later than 7:45 p.m. to the theatre so as to not disturb others.

Am I allowed to wait in line for the show to start?
Yes. Lines will normally begin to form on the more popular days at around 6:30 p.m.

What time does seating begin?
Doors will open at 7:00 p.m.

How long will the show last?
The performance starts at 8:00 p.m. and will last approximately 2 hours, concluding at about 10:00 p.m.

Is there an intermission?
The Utah Symphony performance has a brief intermission while the Bluebird Cafe does not.

Following the performance, how do we return to our car?
Guests will be able to walk or ride the tractor from the amphitheatre to the base. For all guests who park in the upper parking lot, a shuttle ride will be available from the base to the parking lot.

Redford Film Series

Thank you to all who came and enjoyed this year's films. We look forward to seeing you again next year. Check back for the 2015 schedule.

Sundance Mountain Resort is happy to bring back the Redford Film Series this fall. Come see a Robert Redford film in his private Screening Room. A variety of classic and new Redford movies will be shown on the big screen for everyone to enjoy. 

All Screenings are complimentary to the public and Sundance Mountain Resort lodging guests.

No reservations or tickets are required.

Seating is first come first serve. Please arrive early as seating is limited. Doors will open 30 minutes before the film begins.


Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the films will begin at 8:00 p.m.

Friday, November 7, 2014: The Company You Keep (R)

Friday, November 14, 2014: Jeremiah Johnson (PG)

Friday, November 21, 2014: A River Runs Through It (PG)

Friday, November 28, 2014: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (PG)


Screenings are held in the Sundance Mountain Resort Screening Room Theater.



Sounds of Summer

Sounds of Summer has ended for the 2014 season. Please check back for the 2015 artist lineup.

Join us every Sunday from 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. throughout the summer for a free weekly concert series featuring local artists and bands.

2014 Lineup

June 29 | Matthew and The Hope
July 6 | Please Be Human
July 13 | The #1’s 
July 20 | Red Desert Ramblers 
July 27 | Sarah Sample with special guest Sun House
August 3 | Dan Weldon
August 10 | The Black Lilies 
August 17 | Book on Tapeworm 
August 24 | The Nate Robinson Trio
August 31 | Book on Tapeworm
September 7 | Joy And Eric 

Performances are subject to cancellation. 

Sundance Film Festival

The Epic Package and Epic Premier Package combine the best of Sundance Mountain Resort and the Sundance Film Festival. Guests will experience the inspiring and unspoiled solitude of Sundance Mountain Resort, as well as the thrill and glamour of the Festival. 

With both packages, guests may enjoy film screenings in the Resort's intimate Screening Room or take advantage of our complimentary shuttle to Park City to get a taste of the Festival hustle and bustle. 

The Epic Package includes:

  • 4 nights in one of our mountain cottages
  • Breakfast in the Foundry Grill per person
  • 8 tickets to film screenings at the Sundance Mountain Resort Village
  • 2 tickets to film screenings in Park City
  • 2 Festival credentials

The Epic Premier Package includes:

  • 4 or more nights in one of our mountain cottages
  • 8 tickets to film screenings at the Sundance Mountain Resort Village
  • 2 tickets to film screenings in Park City
  • 2 Festival credentials
  • Breakfast in the Foundry Grill per person
  • 1 Dinner per person in the Foundry Grill
  • 1 Dinner per person in the Tree Room
  • 1 60 minute massage per person

Must be booked through our Reservations Department.
Rate based on double occupancy. Does not include taxes, fees or gratuity.
Based on availability.

Reservations 855.750.8896 

Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast

Please check back for information regarding the 2015 Pancake Breakfast.

Sundance Mountain Resort presents a Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast to benefit the North Fork Fire Department on Saturday, May 3 2014.

Event Information

Sundance Rehearsal Hall
Saturday, May 2, 2015
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.


Pancakes, sausage, eggs, hash browns, bacon, orange juice.

Ticket Info

Advance Tickets - To be determined
Day-Of Tickets - To be determined


8841 N. Alpine Loop Road, Sundance, Utah 84604

Lodging Reservations: 800.892.1600

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