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. Click here for full lineup.
The five-day music and culture gathering takes place in 15 venues across Park City—in rooms sized from 75 to 1300 people and also at Deer Valley’s Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater. The Song Summit presents artists and creatives in a variety of ways: from stripped down acoustic sets on a barstool t0 plugged-in, full band shows.
Summit organizers also released the full Songwriters-in-the-Round lineup which dials into the event’s focus on being “inspired by the song.” The following songwriters will be sharing stories and songs with each other and audiences: Aaron Barker, Aaron Benward, Angaleena Presley, Bill Luther, Blake Bollinger, Blessing Offor, Charles Esten, Curt Chambers, Danny Myrick, Dave Pahanish, David Ryan Harris, Dean Alexander, Earl Bud Lee, Emily Shackelton, Eric Van Houten, Even Stevens, Gable Bradley, Garrison Starr, Hailey Steele, Jace Everett, Jaida Dreyer, Josh Kelley, Kalie Shorr, Keith Stegal, Kelly Archer, Kent Blazy, Kylie Morgan, Kylie Sackley, Leslie Jordan, Liz Huett, Matt Warren, Megan Linville, Pher, Reyna Roberts, Rick Brantley, Sarah Darling, Sean McConnell, Sheena Brooke, Shelly Fairchild, Sinclair, Sonia Leigh, Tim James, Travis Howard, Waylon Payne. Some names may be new to Summit attendees, but their timeless songs certainly won't be. This group represents the very best in publishing across all musical formats and genres. Come for the songs, take home the stories.
Tickets: Park City Song Summit is pleased to offer music fans a variety of ticket options to fit every appetite and budget, encouraging attendees to design their own ideal week of music. Programming includes Labs, full-band shows, Songwriters-in-the-Round, and after shows, all now available as a la carte options.
Additionally, for those wanting an immersive, elevated music experience, ticketing options like the “Anthem Pass” and the “Harmony Pass” are now available. Both passes offer exclusive access to private meals and music performances, priority seating, a recharging rooftop lounge, and more. Click here for more details on single event and full-Summit passes.
What to expect: Over the course of five days in September, the Song Summit combines performances—from intimate to amphitheater—with a behind-the-scenes Unplugged meets MasterClass-style of information exchange fueled by Lab interviews and conversations.
Who is Park City Song Summit for? Variety said it best, “If you ever yearned to hear concerts by your favorite artists one night and listen to their TED talks the next, then Park City Song Summit may be your kind of music festival.” The core mission is to create an atmosphere for connection between musician and fan. To do that organizers are reimagining what it means to play to a crowd, and at the same time, focus on sharing experiences and learnings for how to thrive in the music industry—and life. This includes conversations around inclusivity, as well as the mental health and dependency struggles faced by artists and culture at-large.
What is a Lab? Song Summit Labs allow artists the opportunity to dissect, illuminate and interrogate the art and craft of making music. Lab subjects include everything from Fred Armisen discussing the interplay between comedy and music to defining a visual design identity (The Only Letters That Matter) to getting folked up with Andrew Bird, Jimbo Mathus and Cedric Burnside (Folk me. Folk you. Folk it all.).
For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit parkcitysongsummit.com.