The 43rd Annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival (Aug. 3-5) is adding a new Utah Artisan Tasting, featuring local food purveyors who use fresh, organic and local ingredients. In its 3rd year, Taste of Art is an integral part of the festival, where nearly 20 local restaurants offer festival specials and discounts.The Utah Artisan Tasting area will be located at the top of Main Street and will feature local small hand-craft food producers, who diligently source their raw materials and create high quality products. Each will be offering samples to festival goers, as well as selling their products.
Utah Artisan Tasting participants:
Millcreek Cacao Roasters
Pop Art Gourmet Popcorn
Red Bicycle Breadworks
Snowy Mountain Sheep Creamery
Nearly 20 local restaurants located at or near the festival are offering specials and discounts to festival-goers as part of the Taste of Art program. Participating restaurants:
The Back Door Deli
Bangkok Thai on Main
Buena Vita Restaurant
Deer Valley Grocery – Café
EPC at the Hyatt Escala Lodge
501 on Main
Glitretind Restaurant at Stein Eriksen Lodge
High West Distillery & Saloon
Lespri’s Prime Steak & Sushi Bar
Silver Star Café
The three-day festival offers a multi-sensory artistic experience for its over 55,000 attendees. The festival includes visual-art exhibitions from over 200 established artists, live musical performances, beer/wine gardens, cuisine from Taste of Art participants and the Utah Artisan Tasting experience. The Arts Festival serves as the nonprofit Kimball Art Center’s primary annual fundraiser.
The 43rd Park City Kimball Arts Festival is presented by KSL TV, KSL.com and KSL broadcast group with leading sponsor Strong Porsche and contributing sponsors Budweiser, CARMA Center, Coca-Cola, and Key Bank. Additional event support is received from All Seasons Resort Lodging, Canyons, The Chateaux at Sliver Lake, Deer Valley Resort, Fresh Market, Park City Mountain Resort, Park City Municipal Corporation, ResortQuest, Rocky Mountain Power, Stein Eriksen Lodge, Summit County Restaurant Tax, Sysco, Utah Office of Tourism and Washington School House Hotel.
More information is available online at www.KimballArtCenter.org.