Whether you’re going all in for the full Summit experience or looking to attend a single show, Park City Song Summit has you covered.

Two options of Summit Passes gives you access to exclusive Labs (conversations/symposiums) and Aftershows as well as preferred seating for a variety of nightly performances and large-scale Concerts. Go for our Jubilee Pass or our Hootenanny Pass to experience everything the Summit has to offer.

JUBILEE PASS

Wednesday dinner and intimate concert at Blue Sky with Amanda Shires, Joy Oladakun, and very special guest

Sunday 9/12 starting @ 11:30 – Biscuits & Jam on Deer Valley deck

1st selection of Labs

1st selection of evening performances

Pass holder exclusive seating/entrance @ Deer Valley

Pass holder exclusive lounge access at Kimball Terrace and the Deer Valley Deck

Exclusive merch bundle

HOOTENANNY PASS

Kickoff event and concert with John Craigie and Langhorne Slim with Twain

2nd selection of Labs

2nd selection of evening performances

Pass holder exclusive seating/entrance at Deer Valley

Pass holder exclusive lounge access at Kimball Terrace

Swag bag

Thursday Sept 9

12:30 – 2:00 PM

 

“Lyric Alchemy” / Listening Room

Lori McKenna / Natalie Hemby / Jonathan Russell / Rob Bleetstein

Lori McKenna, Natalie Hemby, and Jonathan Russell talk about mystical and practical approaches to writing songs.

 

“Me, Myself, and Others” / Cabin

Morgan Kibby / Mark Borden

Morgan Kibby breaks down how she writes songs for herself, some for her band, and others for friends, musicians and film scores.

 

“The Spirit Moves” / Downstairs

Dave from Dopey Podcast / Langhorne Slim

Langhorne Slim live on Dopey Podcast discusses writing, struggling to write, quitting booze, numbing creativity with pills, and how isolation helped him find his breath and a new prolificacy.

 

“A Conversation with Rich Roll” / Kimball Terrace

Rich Roll / Special Guest

Conversation with Rich Roll from the Rich Roll Podcast and special guest.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Matt Warren / Hailey Steele / Rick Brantley / Eric Van Houten

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

2:45 – 4:15 PM

 

“Ends Of The Spectrum” / Listening Room

Jay Sweet / Eric D. Johnson / Joy Oladokun / Celisse

Eric Johnson, Joy Oladokun, and Celisse talk with Jay Sweet about bending the prism of country, the blues and the Big Sur sound to find common ground in hidden spaces.

 

“Hungry Wolf” / Cabin

John Doe / Mark Borden

John Doe shares how a Punk-Folk-Country troubadour learned to connect in the digital.

 

“Between the Dark and Light” / Downstairs

Jay Blakesberg

Photographer Jay Blakesberg presents a Grateful Dead slideshow and explains framing, access and life in the gray areas of music.

 

“All Is Fair In Love And Songwriting” / Kimball Terrace

Joe Pug / Lori McKenna / Natalie Hemby

Lori McKenna and Natalie Hemby talk to Joe Pug about favorite songs, heroes and how to make it as a working songwriter.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Emily Shackelton / Shelly Fairchild / Leland / Sarah Darling

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

5:00 – 6:30 PM

 

“That’s The Way The World Goes Round” / Listening Room

Tré Burt / Amanda Shires / Jay Sweet

Tré Burt, Amanda Shires, and other artists talk with Jay Sweet about the lessons John Prine left behind from social equality, humor and keeping your soul and sound intact while navigating Nashville.

 

“Paintings, Polaroids, and Publishing” / Cabin

Alison Mosshart / Mark Borden

An intimate conversation with The Kills singer Allison Mosshart about her love of painting and finding creative and complementary flow in multiple mediums.

 

“Tankomatopoeia (Or When A Poem Is and Isn’t A Song)” / Downstairs

Josh Ritter / Tarriona Ball / John Doe

Tarriona Ball of Tank and the Bangas talks poetry, reads from her new book, and is joined by fellow musician/authors Josh Ritter, and John Doe.

 

“Swampy, Slow-Burning, Furious And Feral” / Kimball Terrace

Adia Victoria / Joe Pug

Adia Victoria talks to Joe Pug about her unique approach to songwriting and how she expresses herself in-studio and on stage.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Earl Bud Lee / Kelly Archer / Fancy / Gable Bradley

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

Friday Sept 10

12:30 – 2:00 PM

 

“Bloodless Battles And Connecting In The Disconnect” / Listening Room

Andrew Bird / Fred Armisen

Andrew Bird talks with Fred Armisen about drummin’, fiddlin’, and gigglin’.

 

“Collaborations” / Cabin

Jay Sweet / Lucius

Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig of Lucius talk to Jay Sweet about the different ways collaboration has played an integral part of their careers and the place it holds in music.

 

“Chasing The Light” / Downstairs

Jay Blakesberg

A dynamic slideshow/storytelling event featuring rock and roll photographer Jay Blakesberg who shares stories from his amazing 40+ year career shooting many of the most important musical artists of our time.

 

“Sound + Vision” / Kimball Terrace

John Doe / Morgan Kibby

John Doe, Morgan Kibbly, and other artists discuss the lure of Hollywood and musicians working in film and television.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Blake Bollinger / Kallie Shorr / Bill Luther / Kylie Morgan

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

2:45 – 4:15 PM

 

“Folk me. Folk you. Folk it all.” / Listening Room

Andrew Bird / Jimbo Mathus / Cedric Burnside

Andrew Bird, Jimbo Mathus, and Cedric Burnside talk about the heart of folk, the soul of Memphis and taking over for your dad on drums.

 

“The Art of Storytelling. When to tell it? When to sing it?” / Listening Room

John Craigie / TBD

John Craigie talks about where he finds inspiration for his creative process.

 

“Bleeding Hearts and The Devil’s Knee” / Downstairs

Joe Pug / Tré Burt

Joe Pug talks with Tré Burt about the duty of the American songwriter, what haunts him, and capturing history in a song.

 

“The Custodians” / Kimball Terrace

Jay Sweet / Ben Jaffe of Preservation Hall Jazz Band / Mark Borden

Jay Sweet and Ben Jaffe discuss the extraordinary honor and pressure of keeping two cultural institutions — Newport and Preservation Hall — thriving in the national consciousness.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Liz Huett / David Ryan Harris / Angaleena Presley / Shelly Fairchild

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

5:00 – 6:30 PM

 

Hall of Fame Songwriter Rounds / Listening Room

Aaron Barker / Keith Stegall / Even Stevens / Kent Blazy

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

Songwriters in the Round / Cabin

 Tyler Hilton / Josh Kelley / Sinclair

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Danny Myrick / Travis Howard / Leslie Jordan

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

Saturday Sept 11

12:30 – 2:00 PM

 

“Tremolo, Reverb And The Silence Between” / Listening Room

Eric D. Johnson / Jonathan Russell / Devon Gilfillian

Eric Johnson, Jonathan Russell, and Devon Gilfillian talk about the instruments they own, the sounds they get from them, and the forever search for notes and key.

 

“Finding Your Original Voice” / Cabin

Leslie Jordan

Leslie Jordan talks about helping artists authentically express themselves and how a retreat setting amplifies creativity, focus and safety in community.

 

“The Instrument In The Orchestra” / Downstairs

Jay Sweet / TBD

Jay Sweet interviews Special Guest.

 

“The Exponential Power of Music on Performance” / Kimball Terrace

Rich Roll / Shaun White

Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Shaun White talks with Rich Roll of The Rich Roll Podcast about his relationship with music, the strangeness of being ultra-competitive, and the drive and complexity of fame.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Tré Burt / Anaïs Mitchell

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

2:45 – 4:15 PM

 

“If My Words Did Glow” / Listening Room

Rob Bleetstein / Jay Sweet / Josh Kaufman / Lucius / Eric D. Johnson / Jonathan Wilson

Songs penned by Robert Hunter, lyricist for the Grateful Dead, are sung at graduations and funerals, around campfires, and in front of the biggest audiences. This Lab celebrates his art, his work, and his contribution to the American Canon.

 

“Comedy for Musicians, But Everyone is Welcome” / Cabin

Fred Armisen

Fred Armisen talks comedy, music and timing to anyone who will listen.

 

“The Only Letters That Matter” / Downstairs

Mark Borden / Andy Cruz

House Industries founder Andy Cruz explores the {Type of: Music} and shows and tells how letters, fonts and design tattoo an indelible link into the cerebral cortex of fans.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Dean Alexander / Curt Chambers / Liz Huett / Kallie Shorr

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

5:00 – 6:30 PM

 

Hall of Fame Songwriter Rounds / Listening Room

Aaron Barker / Keith Stegall / Even Stevens / Kent Blazy

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Charles Esten / Waylon Payne / Garrison Starr

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

 

Songwriters in the Round / The Spur

Jace Everett / Jaida Dryer / Blake Bollinger / Dave Pahanish

National songwriters perform in the round and share the stories behind their songs.

Thursday
Sept 9

 

Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater / Doors: 5:00 PM

Rising Appalachia
Cedric Burnside

 

Eccles Center / Doors: 5:30 PM

Iron & Wine
Fruit Bats

 

OP Rockwell / Doors: 6:15 PM

Ryan Bingham
Amanda Shires
Joy Oladokun
Tré Burt

 

The Cabin / Doors: 6:15 PM

John Doe
Langhorne Slim and Twain
John Craigie

 

The Spur / Doors: 6:55 PM

Dean Alexander / Kylie Sackley / Dave Pahanish, Lee Thomas Miller / Sonia Leigh / David Ryan Harris, Tim James / Waylon Payne / Megan Linville Myrick, Curt Chambers / Kylie Morgan / Jaida Dryer

Friday
Sept 10

 

Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater / Doors: 4:00 PM

Gary Clark Jr.
Devon Gilfillian
Tank and the Bangas

 

Eccles Center / Doors: 5:00 PM

Father John Misty
Bonnie Light Horseman
Jonathan Wilson

 

OP Rockwell / Doors: 6:15 PM

Jonathan Russell of The Head and The Heart
Lori McKenna

 

The Cabin / Doors: 6:15 PM

DJ Flex
Celisse
Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite
Adia Victoria with Cedric Burnside

 

The Spur / Doors: 6:55 PM

Lee Thomas Miller / Kelly Archer / Emily Shackleton, Earl Bud Lee / Charles Esten / Sarah Darling, Leland / Sonia Leigh / Jesse Boykins III, Garrison Starr / Jace Everett / Fancy

Saturday
Sept 11

 

Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater / Doors: 2:00 PM

Kamasi Washington
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Anders Osborne and Friends (ft. Ivan Neville, Chad Cromwell, Mike Dillon, Brad Walker, Ivan Neville, and others)
Celisse

 

Eccles Center / Doors: 5:30 PM

Andrew Bird and Jimbo Mathus
Josh Ritter

 

OP Rockwell / Doors: 6:15 PM

Lucius
Jonathan Wilson
Morgan Kibby

 

The Cabin / Doors: 6:15 PM

Daniel Donato
David Ramirez

 

The Spur / Doors: 6:55 PM

Josh Kelley / Rick Brantley / Angaleena Presley, Matt Warren / Bill Luther / Travis Howard, Danny Myrick / Megan Linville Myrick / Gable Bradley, Tyler Hilton / Hailey Steele / Eric Van Houten

Sunday
Sept 12

 

Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater / Doors: 11:00 AM

Mavis Staples
Lucius
Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel

 

 

Artists and schedule subject to change.

JUBILEE PASS

Wednesday dinner and intimate concert at Blue Sky with Amanda Shires, Joy Oladakun, and very special guest

Sunday 9/12 starting @ 11:30 – Biscuits & Jam on Deer Valley deck

1st selection of Labs

1st selection of evening performances

Pass holder exclusive seating/entrance @ Deer Valley

Pass holder exclusive lounge access at Kimball Terrace and the Deer Valley Deck

Exclusive merch bundle

HOOTENANNY PASS

Kickoff event and concert with John Craigie and Langhorne Slim with Twain

2nd selection of Labs

2nd selection of evening performances

Pass holder exclusive seating/entrance at Deer Valley

Pass holder exclusive lounge access at Kimball Terrace

Swag bag

Can’t make the whole Summit and just want to sample certain shows? No problem. Buy tickets for the events you can attend.

DEER VALLEY

Three-Day Pass

FRIDAY SEPT 10
SATURDAY SEPT 11
SUNDAY SEPT 12

Thursday Sept 9

CEDRIC BURNSIDE
RISING APPALACHIA

FRIDAY SEPT 10

GARY CLARK JR.
DEVON GILFILLIAN
TANK AND THE BANGAS

SATURDAY SEPT 11

KAMASI WASHINGTON
PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND
ANDERS OSBORNE & FRIENDS
CELISSE

SUNDAY SEPT 12

MAVIS STAPLES
LUCIUS
PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND
KELLER WILLIAMS’ GRATEFUL GOSPEL

Three-Day Pass

FRIDAY SEPT 10
SATURDAY SEPT 11
SUNDAY SEPT 12

ECCLES CENTER

Thursday Sept 9

IRON & WINE
FRUIT BATS

FRIDAY SEPT 10

FATHER JOHN MISTY
BONNY LIGHT HORSEMAN
JONATHAN WILSON

SATURDAY SEPT 11

ANDREW BIRD
JIMBO MATHUS
JOSH RITTER

Artists and schedule subject to change.

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