Art & Music Gallery Stroll :: March 25 and June 24

Immerse yourself in an evening of art, music and great company while enjoying the magic of Park City’s Historic Main Street and beyond during our Art & Music Gallery Stroll. The Park City Gallery Association consists of fifteen local galleries featuring artwork by accomplished local and national artists. Highlighting our special event, seven galleries are showcasing musical performances for your enjoyment during our March and June gallery strolls.

Our participating galleries put out the “red carpet” on the last Friday every month for you from 6 – 9pm, offering a memorable experience you’re sure to enjoy and remember. And now we’ve partnered with Mountain Town Music to bring a variety of musical performances to make these evenings especially memorable this March and June.

These will be very special evenings where participants can enjoy an eclectic selection of music, art, refreshments and especially fun! So mark your calendars and invite your friends for a unique evening of entertainment.

Participating Galleries and Performers

Gallery MAR

Will be showing a variety of artwork from their featured artists along with a performance by The Fab Folk , an acoustic duo that performs the music of the Beatles and more with a folk twist, featuring vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar and mandolin.

436 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

JGO Gallery

A special evening with a new three-woman exhibition called “Glimmer” featuring elegant artwork by Dee Dee Lantzy, Elaine Coombs and a guest artist, Kathe Fraga. Musical performance by Beacon Street Jazz is a Salt Lake City based jazz quartet with members from Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Chicago. They specialize in swing, ballads and bop with over 10 years of performing experience including performing at the CBS Studio Lot in Burbank, California.

268 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Julie Nester Gallery

A noteworthy evening featuring an exhibition of sculptural artwork by Joe Brubaker and Heather Zusman. Brubaker creates figurative, carved wood and found object assemblage sculptures; and Zusman creates elegant, flowing, bent wood wall sculptures. In addition, a there will be a performance by The Proper Way a multi-instrumentalist trio featuring piano, guitars, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, dulcimer, and three-part lots of harmonies from almost any genre. They’re most recent release is All Is Not Lost, a collection of songs by the Scottish indie band Frightened Rabbit.

1280 Iron Horse Drive, Park City, UT 84060

Meyer Gallery

Showcasing a solo show of Douglas Aagard artwork and music by JD Rouillard with a “south of the border” style of jazzy performance. He has spent a year traveling through South America as a street performer and has a “million” stories to tell. An energetic and enthusiastic entertainers, JD will make you smile with his great laugh and positively contagious love of music.

305 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Montgomery Lee Gallery

The evening will highlight a number of artists celebrating the end to another fantastic winter season! The evening will also feature Small House Strings who have performed at dozens of Park City’s live music venues and are well established within our local music scene. Their enormous play list of covers and originals encompasses many styles, including rock, blues, jazz, new grass/blue grass, and folk, featuring many instrumental pieces. Their unconfined approach to playing in the acoustic duo format gives them a unique sound, particularly on their many mandolin and guitar arrangements.

608 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Summit Gallery

A performance by Tayler Lacey who combines thought provoking songwriting with a traditional Americana style that creates interesting and compelling modern folk music. Lacey describes writing a song as a mindset, not a mood. “I have to be by myself because it’s hard to get other people on the same wavelength.”

675 Main Street Park City, UT 84060

Trove Gallery

Explore the gallery’s diverse and evocative artwork while enjoying Cam Gallagher & The Tasty Soul, a high energy, precision driven, spectacle of a funk collective based out of Salt Lake City. They bring an aura of smooth, cool, and professionalism every time they take the stage. This isn’t your ordinary funk band. This is Rocky Mountain Funk. Making music to not only make you smile and dance but to move and groove your soul.

804 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060

Park City Gallery Association - Art & Music Gallery Stroll

Our Proud Sponsors

Park City’s Art & Music Gallery Stroll is produced in partnership by the Arts Council of Park City & Summit County, the Park City Gallery Association, and Mountain Town Music. Funding for this event has been generously provided by the Summit County Restaurant Tax.