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The Wayne Hoskins Band at Sundance 2011

The Wayne Hoskins Band at Sundance Film Festival 2011, Park City, Utah, Acoustic Rock, Rock Music, Ogden, Salt Lake City, UtahJoin The Wayne Hoskins Band at the House of Blues Foundation Room as part of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.  This Utah Born winner of the 2009 for best Utah Rock Band will be an event you won’t want to miss.

The Wayne’s resume includes live performances at THE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, two invitations to the exclusive Acoustic All Stars Festival in Park City, Utah, the Promenade Music Festival in Boise, Idaho and the Project Green River Music Festival. The Wayne was also a featured artist at the Utah State Fair.

Most recently, The Wayne Hoskins Band performed with SAFETYSUIT, as seen on VH1’s Top 20 Countdown, to a crowd of over 1,000+ excited fans. One fan had this to say about the show: “The Wayne Hoskins Band was AMAZING! I really enjoyed their music!” (–Ashlee from Provo, Utah)

Influenced by The Frames, Justin Currie and Todd Thibaud, The Wayne falls into a cross-genre; compared to Counting Crows, Ray LaMontagne, The Fray, Lifehouse and Daughtry, the best way to describe The Wayne might simply be – classically good.

FIBT Bobsled and Skeleton World Championships

Utah Olympic Park presents the World Junior Championship Bobsleigh, Skeleton at Park City’s Olympic Park January 31st – February 6th, 2011

Bobsledding, FIBT Bobsled and Skeleton Championships, Federation Internationale de Bobsleigh, Park City, Utah, Olympic Park, Winter ActivitiesBoth men and women compete in the sport of bobsleigh, a sport that combines speed, power and agility. There are two person races for men and women. Men also have a four-man event. Bobsleigh is one of the original sports in the Olympic Winter Games.

In skeleton, there are separate racing disciplines for men and women. In World Cup competitions two heats are held over one day.  At the FIBT World Championships (held annually except in the Olympic year), four heats are held over two days.

The Federation Internationale de Bobsleigh et de Tobogganing (FIBT) was founded on November 23, 1923 by the delegates of Great Britain, France and Switzerland, and the representatives of Canada and the United States, meeting at an International Congress in Paris, France. The FIBT headquarters is in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Bobsleigh as an organized and active sport thrived from before the turn of the century. However, it was the advent of the 1924 Winter Games and the acceptance of Bobsleigh as an Olympic sport that prompted the formation of a federation.

Time Schedules: TBA 1/31/11, 2/1/11, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

“Natural Impressions” A Group Show

A group Art Show featuring Amy Ringholz, Lisa Lamoreaux, and Brad Stroman.

Amy Ringholz Art, Park City Utah, Gallery Mar, Lisa Lamoreaux, Brad StromanOver the last few years Amy Ringholz has taken the Western art scene by storm. Her energetic canvases and vivid imagination combine to create an inspired array of animals, each with their own playful personalities. Known for her atypical color combinations and bold, saturated colors, Ringholz’s palette begins with earth tones and then often advances bravely to cartoon/crayon hues. In addition, her animal subjects seem to display human qualities that engage the viewer through the power of personality and eye contact. Blessed with a gift, the creative spark and a pure heart, Amy brings her journey of discovery to her art. Amy Ringholz was chosen as one of Southwest Art Magazine’s 21 Under 31 Emerging Artists of 2005.

Lisa Lamoreaux creates in the moment. Her mixed media works are a result of going to her canvases in a feverish, intuitive fashion, often without any plan. She responds to the images, maps, and textures that they comprise her works, creating a layer of mixed media papers with oil and acrylic paints. Her work process allows Lamoreaux a free mind to discover the relationship between the medium and brush. Her results are more interesting, complex narratives and compositions than their original, subjective concept. This process of “getting out of the way” holds deep meaning for the artist. She labors to both stay present with the process and to notice the connections between her internal state, environment, and the manifestation of each in her work.

As an artist-activist Brad Stroman combines his passion for making art with his concerns for our environment. His abstracted still life paintings are exhibited nationally in both solo and juried group shows, and are included in nearly 100 private and corporate collections. The work reflects the intimate and fragile relationship between man and nature, and features man-made wall textures alongside natural elements such as river rocks, tree limbs, fragile eggs, and other elements. By incorporating the Japanese Zen Buddhist aesthetic of wabi-sabi, Stroman creates a stage where both nature and man-made surfaces and objects play out their balancing act. Wabi-sabi professes a belief that all things are incomplete, impermanent, and imperfect.

Hours: Monday-Tuesday 10-7; Wednesday-Saturday 10-9; Sunday 11-6

U.S. Snowboard Grand Prix

Snowboarding, US Snowboard Grand Prix Championships, Park City, Utah, Canyons Resort, Sprint, Seth Westcott, Nate Holland, Winter SportsCanyons will play host to the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix February 10th – 12th, 2011 Park City, Utah

Come check out the world’s best male and female riders as they race head-to-head here at the resort. Top athletes from around the globe are expected to attend: Seth Westcott, Nate Holland, Graham Watanabe, Jonathan Cheever, Shaun Palmer, Lindsey Jacobellis, Faye Gulini and more!  2/10/2011, 2/11/2011, 2/12/2011

Event Schedule:

  • February 10: Men’s and Women’s SBX Practice
  • February 11: Men’s and Women’s SBX Practice & Time Trials
  • February 12: Men’s and Women’s Finals

After the Finals, we will be doing the awards presentation and a live concert on stage by Fuel in the Resort Village. Thursday, Friday, Saturday

All events and activities are free to the public!

Lastly, don’t forget to tune in and watch the Finals on TV:

  • February 19: 2:00pm EST on NBC Sports
  • February 19: 4:00pm EST on Versus

Two-time Olympic champion Seth Wescott (Sugarloaf, ME) and silver medalist Lindsey Jacobellis (Stratton Mountain, VT) will be among the athletes vying for titles as the Sprint U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix makes a snowboardcross stop February 10th – 12th, 2011 at the Canyons Ski Resort in Park City, Utah.


Halfpipe is the most noted of snowboarding disciplines with a long track record of U.S. Olympic success. Halfpipe events are conducted in a giant pipe built at resorts with manmade snow and carved with specialized equipment to create up to a 22-foot deep pipe. Halfpipe riders perform a series of jumps, tricks and maneuvers that are judged for their degree of difficulty and execution. In typical competitions, riders in the finals of an event take two runs with their best run scored.

Halfpipe has been an Olympic event since snowboarding’s debut in 1998. The USA won two medals in 1998, four in 2002 including a sweep of men’s and gold in women’s, and four in 2006.


Snowboardcross, or SBX, debuted in the 2006 Olympics to rave reviews as one of the most action packed events in snowboarding. Riders race against each other in groups of four on a specially built snowboardcross course that includes banked turns, jumps, rollers and varied terrain.

The USA has had great success in snowboardcross, with Seth Wescott winning the first Olympic gold and Lindsey Jacobellis taking silver in Torino.


Slopestyle tests a rider’s ability to handle a variety of terrain by executing freestyle maneuvers down a course filled with terrain features including rails, hips, tabletops and a multitude of jumps, allowing riders to combine big air and technical tricks into one run. Riders are judged on amplitude, execution, difficulty of line, landings and use of the course.

Slopestyle is not yet an Olympic event, but is rapidly gaining in popularity.


Alpine snowboarding was one of the original Olympic events in 1998. In World Cup competitions, there are several formats including parallel giant slalom and parallel slalom. The Olympics features only parallel giant slalom.

In parallel giant slalom, or PGS, riders race head to head on side-by-side giant slalom courses with the winner advancing to the next round. Parallel slalom, or PSL, is similar but with athletes competing on slalom courses.

House of Blues Foundation Room

House of Blues Foundation Room Park City, Utah, Sundance Film Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah, Robert Redford, Music Concerts, HeadlinersEvery good party needs great music and we’ve got that covered during the Sundance Film Festival. The House of Blues Foundation Room will host 10 nights of live music at the best location in town – Main Street, Park City.

Pinnacle Performance Partners Bill Johnson and Toby Martin presents The House of Blues Foundation Room during the Sundance Film Festival 2011. As the best new films unfold around us, we’ll be creating an amazing space to enjoy the best in live music, gifting suites and the legendary VIP Foundation Room experience.

If you have ever visited a Foundation Room at a House of Blues, you know that there is no other venue like it. It’s more than a place to go – it’s a place to belong.

Musical guests include 1/20 – Make-a-Wish Utah – A special benefit Event Featuring Skunk” Baxter (Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers), Kenny Aronoff (Smashing Pumpkins, John Mellencamp), Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd), Ronnie Vanucci (The Killers), Jonny Lang, Mike Mangini (The World’s Fastest Drummer) plus Fran Sheehan and Barry Goodro (formely of the band Boston) and on following days… Third Eye Blind, Slash, Robert Randolph, The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, Johnny’s Blues Brunch and more…

We look forward to hearing from you, but call us early – this will be the “toughest ticket in town”.

January 14, 2011 Update!




Imagine – Remembering The Fab Four

That’s what this Beatles tribute band is all about. From their convincing Liverpudlian accents and Beatles wit to their pointed boots and totally fab gear, what you’ll experience during their show is pure magic. It’s like seeing the Beatles in concert for the first time!

Imagine - Remembering The Fab Four, Beatles, Park City, Utah, Egyptian Theatre Company, Musical, ComedyThe four lads joined in 1993 and have performed more than 900 shows across the United States and abroad. Over the years, the group has had the privilege of sharing the stage with such notable acts as the Beach Boys, Jay Leno, Chicago, They Might Be Giants, the Temptations, Badfinger, America, Glen Campbell, the Mandrells, the Shirelles, and the Buckinghams. Among many other highlights are their performance at the Nokia Sugarbowl in New Orleans for a national TV audience, being the first act to ever perform at the 20,000-seat USANA amphitheater in Salt Lake City, Utah, and 21 performances at the Shanghai Music Festival in China. Beatlemania is truly alive and well on mainland China!

Imagine can be found wherever people love the Beatles and their music: universities, theme clubs, sporting events, fairs, car shows, art exhibits, fund raisers…and the list goes on. We welcome you to our web site — where a splendid time is guaranteed for all!

New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball

New Year’s Eve Black & White Masquerade Ball at Harry O’s

Masquerade BallYou are cordially invited to the 5th Annual New Years Eve Celebration at Harry O’s in Park City. Featuring sounds by the New York City Legend, DJ Roctakon with opening set by Brisk!

Join us to ring in the New Year in style. The best NYE Event in the State 5 years running!

Cocktail Attire Required.


John Flanders and Double Helix

John Flanders and Double Helix, Park City, Utah, Egyptian Theatre Company, Jazz Music Concert, Live MusicJohn Flanders has been one of the most in demand saxophone/woodwind players in Salt Lake City and the Intermountain West for over a decade. You can hear him on t.v. and radio commercials, as well as television shows and movie soundtracks. In addition to being a renowned bandleader and session player, John’s recordings have received critical and popular acclaim, leading to a growing reputation as a composer and arranger.

John has won numerous prestigious City Weekly Best of Utah awards as an instrumentalist as well as with his classic jazz groups. He has performed the National Anthem solo at NBA games, performs with the Utah Symphony, and toured Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland and more. His freelancing has lead to performances with The Temptations, Billy Preston, Solomon Burke, Wayne Newton, Frankie Avalon, Rodney Dangerfield, Don Rickles, Patty Andrews, Sam Moore, Ben Folds, and many others. His groups have played main stage at the Park City Internation Jazz Fest, they’ve headlined jazz festivals, in Colorado, and the Salt Lake Jazz Festival.