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Getting here is simple. Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) connects to over 8 airlines serving 91 destinations around the globe. SLC welcomes visitors with a convenient system of ground transportation from the airport. If you are flying private, Heber City Airport is the way to go.
For Private flights, check out Heber City Airport
Incorporated in 1884, Park City has preserved its charm and history as a mining town. Only 30 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, you will find an exciting mix of nightlife, shopping and art galleries to explore in and around this mountain town. In between screenings, make the most of your Festival experience with all that Park City has to offer.
Mountain conditions in Park City aren't just great, they're epic. Take a break from sitting in a theatre, and strap on your skis or snowboard to discover Utah's world-renowned snow.
Park City's many award-winning restaurants are among the finest in the Mountain West, reflecting many different culinary styles and influences. Click here for a listing.
Check out historic Main Street's many boutiques, or visit the Premium Outlets located at Kimball Junction.
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A historic silver mining town, Park City was incorporated as a city in 1884. Visit the Park City Museum on Main Street to Learn more.
Our 10-day Festival hosts more than 40,000 people a year and spreads out across four cities: Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Mountain Resort. Each city is separated by a short drive (30 to 75 minutes), so make sure to select your screening tickets in the city where you’ll be located for most of the Festival. View the Park City shuttle chart.
If you are going to be in Park City, there’s one key to navigating the Festival: use the shuttle! It's free and hits every Festival Theatre and Venue. Plus it’s a great way to meet fellow Festivalgoers.
Should I rent a car?
No. Parking does not exist at most theatres and venues. Parking is limited in Park City, and the FREE and convenient Festival shuttle is the best way to get around town.
How do I get around without a car?
The free shuttle travels frequently between venues. Once you arrive at the Festival, friendly volunteers will be ready to assist you at info booth locations and shuttle stops. Click her for real-time shuttle planning and tracking.
Be sure to download the Festival mobile app at http://www.sundance.org/store/mobile/.
Where do I park if I need a car?
Park at your lodging or at a designated Park and Ride listed below.
|Cost||Cash fee per entry|
|Theatres/Venues Serviced||Eccles Theatre, Headquarters, The MARC, Prospector Square Theatre, Holiday Village Cinemas, Yarrow Theatre|
|Notes||Parking in non-designated areas will result in immediate towing|
|Cost||$25 per entry 1/19-23, $10 per entry 1/24-1/29 (subject to change)|
|Theatres/Venues Serviced||Egyptian Theatre, Main St Festival Store, Festival Co-op, FilmMaker Lodge, Main Street|
|Notes||This facility is likely to reach capacity early in the day.|
|Cost||Cash fee per entry|
|Theatres/Venues Serviced||Headquarters, Prospector Square Theatre, Eccles Theatre|
Getting to Sundance Mountain Resort (36 miles, approximately 60 minutes)
Sundance Mountain Resort Shuttle Service
Sundance Mountain Resort is a 60-minute drive from Park City. For Resort shuttle information, call the Sundance Mountain Resort concierge at (801) 223-6000.
For additional airport shuttle options, click here.
Sundance Mountain Resort Parking
Parking is complimentary to Sundance Film Festival attendees. Early arrival is recommended.
Salt Lake City Parking (approximately 30 miles and 45 minutes from Park City)
Rose Wagner Theatre
There is metered parking available around the Rose Wagner Center (free after 8:00 p.m. and on weekends). Parking is available across the street from the Rose Wagner Center. Cash fee per entry.
Parking at the Broadway is located in a garage next to the building on 300 South. If you are attending a film at the Sundance Film Festival, please park on levels four through eight and pay for parking at the discounted Sundance Film Festival Rate.
Street parking is available in front of the Tower Theatre or on surrounding streets.
Salt Lake Library Theatre
Parking is available at the Salt Lake Library in the underground garage accessed from eastbound 400 South between 200 and 300 East. Parking in this city-operated facility is free for the first half-hour, then $1.50 per half-hour after that. Any vehicle displaying a disability special group license plate or disability windshield placard may park in the parking garage at Library Square for two hours with no charge. Additional time beyond the two hours is $1.50 per half-hour.
At Sundance Institute, we believe in the magic of the cinematic experience. Nothing can replace discovering a new filmmaker or movie with a community of independent film lovers. Honoring the craftsmanship of our filmmakers, each of our theatres is outfitted with Dolby Digital Sound and projected with Barco D-Cinema projectors. To see a film or multiple films at one our 15 theatres we recommend using our free Festival shuttle system. Please note: there is no parking at Festival theatres in Park City, so using our free Festival shuttle system is the best way to get around.
|Venue||Address||Capacity||Avg Ewaitlist Admittance|
|Eccles Theatre||1750 Kearns Blvd.||1270||99|
|Egyptian Theatre||328 Main St.||282||53|
|Holiday Village Cinemas 1||1776 Park Ave.||162||16|
|Holiday Village Cinemas 2||1776 Park Ave.||154||15|
|Holiday Village Cinemas 4||1776 Park Ave.||162||22|
|Library Center Theatre||1255 Park Ave.||486||55|
|The MARC||1200 Little Kate Road||550||74|
|*The MARC does not offer patron parking. Parking on surrounding streets will result in immediate towing. For a convenient parking option, refer to The Yard Park and Ride located on Kearns Blvd. See Shuttles and Parking for more information.|
|Prospector Square Theatre||2175 Sidewinder Dr.||324||52|
|Redstone 1 (at Kimball Junction)||6030 North Market St.||188||32|
|Redstone 2 (at Kimball Junction)||6030 North Market St.||175||32|
|Redstone 7 (at Kimball Junction)||6030 North Market St.||175||33|
|Temple Theatre||Located on Highway 224||318||39|
|*Temple Theatre does not offer patron parking. Parking on the highway will result in immediate towing. For a convenient parking option, please refer to The Yard Park and Ride located on Kearns Blvd. Please see more information about The Yard under Shuttles and Parking.|
|Yarrow Hotel Theatre||1800 Park Ave.||295||51|
|Venue||Address||Capacity||Avg Ewaitlist Admittance|
|Broadway Centre Cinemas 3||111 E. Broadway (300 South)||243||12|
|Broadway Centre Cinemas 6||111 E. Broadway (300 South)||245||19|
|The Grand||1575 S State||1160||43|
|Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center||138 W. Broadway (300 South)||495||41|
|Salt Lake City Public Library||210 East 400 South||300||21|
|Tower Theatre||876 E. 900 S.||349||25|
|Venue||Address||Capacity||Avg Ewaitlist Admittance|
|Sundance Mountain Resort||North Fork, Provo Canyon||164||16|
|Click here for driving directions.|
Sundance Institute works to make each of its venues physically accessible for all Festivalgoers. All Festival venues and theatres are ADA accessible. Filmmaker Lodge, housed in the historic Elks Building, has access to a Stair-Trac that meets ADA requirements. Advanced notice is recommended for us to provide the best possible service. For additional information, please contact Sundance Institute at ADA@sundance.org (435) 658-3456 or click here.
All patrons—whether credentialed or ticketed—must adhere to the following guidelines posted at each theatre:
Each of our official venues offers a variety of programming and services to Festival credential holders. Start your trip off at Festival Headquarters to get set-up and explore our other venues throughout your visit.
Festival business takes place at Headquarters, located in the Park City Marriott. If you're a filmmaker looking for your schedule, a member of the press seeking a press kit on this year's hottest doc, or a Festivalgoer who would like to warm up with coffee while checking email, this is the place to come.
Don't forget to pick up your official Festival merchandise in the Festival Store.
Remember that parking near Headquarters is extremely limited, so we recommend you use the free Festival shuttle system. Click here to learn more about shuttles.
Park City Marriott
1895 Sidewinder Dr.
Park City, Utah 84060
January 19-28, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday January 29, 2017
8:00 a.m. - noon
Open to all Festivalgoers and the general public.
475 Swede Alley, Park City
Friday, January 20–Saturday, January 28, 2017
Festival Base Camp Presented by Canada Goose is a new signature venue in the heart of Park City’s Old Town. Just off of Main Street, this thriving hub combines music performances, panels, art, film, and fun. The Main Stage tent will host nightly musical artists, while the daytime events will revolve around panel discussions, live streaming, and performances. Check out the Canada Goose space as well as an installation celebrating New Frontier’s 10-year anniversary. Feel the warmth around the fire pits and check out the food and libations offered in the outdoor lounge. Check out daily Cinema Cafe livestream viewings in the mornings and eclectic musical selections offered each evening January 20-27, 2017. Catch surprise sets, one-off productions, and concerts featuring every type of artist and performer. More events listed below.
All events are open to the public.
608 Main St
Join us at the Festival Co-op on Main Street. Visit with some of our 2017 Festival sponsors and participate in a variety of offerings and demonstrations.
Friday, January 20–Friday, January 27, 2017
10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 28, 2017
10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
The Festival Co-op is free and open to all Festival Credential Holders and to the general public.
A casual meeting place and café designed to cultivate dialogue among filmmakers, industry leaders, and the press, the Filmmaker Lodge presents Cinema Café and Filmmaker Lodge—a series of lively panel discussions and conversations on a range of current issues. You'll find everything about documentary and fiction filmmaking, as well as a cozy setting to engage with fellow festivalgoers.
550 Main St., 2nd Floor
Open to all Festival credential holders and the general public on a space–available basis.
Friday, January 20 - Saturday, January 28, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 29, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
The Filmmaker Lodge, housed in the Park City Elks Building, falls under historical preservation standards and does not have an elevator. However, with advance notice the Institute does have a Stair-Trac on site that meets ADA requirements. For additional information, or to request the Stair-Trac please contact Sundance Institute at ADA@sundance.org or 435-658-3456 or click here.
An experiment in Festival presentation, New Frontier is a social and creative space that showcases media installations, multimedia performances, transmedia experiences, panel discussions, and more. Located at 573 Main Street in Park City, New Frontier is free and open to all Festival Credential Holders and the general public as space permits, unless otherwise noted.
Sign up and check-in for same-day only Virtual Reality (VR) experiences in person with the VR hosts located at each venue.
NEW FRONTIER EXHIBITION
573 Main St. / Floor 2-3
Friday, Jan. 20- Friday, Jan. 27, 2017
1pm - 8pm
Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017
11am - 3pm
FESTIVAL BASE CAMP
Presented by Canada Goose
Schedule coming soon.
The Sundance Film Festival presents the Sundance ASCAP Music Café, a dynamic showcase dedicated to exceptional live performances of new, emerging and established talent. Stop in during the day to hear a range of exciting songwriters and artists from across the musical spectrum in a program produced by ASCAP.
Sundance ASCAP Music Café
Rich Haines Gallery
751 Main Street
Friday, January 20 - Friday, January 27, 2017
Open from 1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Open to all Festival Credential Holders (21 and over) as space allows. This venue has limited capacity.
Supported by Visit Salt Lake
|Sunday, January 22||noon to 10pm|
|Monday, January 23 - Thursday, January 26||11am to 11pm|
|Friday, January 27 - Saturday, January 28||11am to 3am|
|All performances are free and open to the public.||
201 Heber Ave. (at the corner of Main St.)
Acura invites you to an exclusive premiere of its sequel: the all-new second-generation Acura NSX. On display throughout the Sundance Film Festival, the NSX supercar represents the pinnacle of the brand’s Precision Crafted Performance.
At the corner of Main Street and Heber Avenue, Acura’s luxurious space celebrates all those with the passion to challenge convention and chase their dreams—either on the screen or on the open road. Stop in anytime for a photo with the NSX, refuel with a complimentary cup of coffee, and pick up a Sundance Film Festival water bottle. Come back from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. the first Saturday, Sunday, and Monday of the Festival and enjoy a Stella Artois and live, KCRW-curated music in our signature Acura Hours events.
Open to the public Thursday, January 19–Sunday, January 29,
11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
268 Main St.
Warm up, fuel up, meet up at the SundanceTV HQ. Catch up on acclaimed and award-winning SundanceTV originals, such as “Rectify,” “The Honorable Woman,” “Top of the Lake” and “Deutschland 83,” and the upcoming “Hap and Leonard” and “The Last Panthers” over free coffee, snacks and takeaways. The network that celebrates independent voices in television – as does the Festival in independent film – opens the floor for daily conversations with industry leaders about the state of storytelling in film and television. Enjoy our interactive photo booth, relax at the oxygen bar and register for daily movie ticket giveaways. Ask how to join our famous pre-parties featuring music, custom cocktails and appetizers. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi and check out festival news @SundanceTV.
Open Daily 10am to 6pm: January 20 through January 27; Panels 1-2pm, Pre-Party 4-6pm
573 Main St.
Chase Sapphire on Main provides a variety of activities for guests to participate in throughout the Sundance Film Festival. Guests will have the opportunity to sample food from local restaurants as they explore ‘A Taste of Park City’, view film panel discussions, cooking demonstrations with local and celebrity chefs and experience the official New Frontier at Sundance VR Lineup on GearVR virtual reality headsets. Additionally, Chase Sapphire cardmembers will have access to a VIP Premiere Party, hard to get restaurant reservations, and a private lounge. Customer service specialists will also be onsite to answer any cardmember questions to make the most of their time in Park City. Be sure to visit Chase Sapphire on Main to receive your commemorative 2016 Sundance Film Festival water bottle!
Open daily from 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.*
*Schedule subject to change for special events
475 Swede Alley
Known as the (un)official jacket of film crews everywhere it’s cold, Canada Goose invites you to experience the unparalleled comfort and warmth that we bring to film sets around the world both on and off camera. Informed by the rugged demands of the Arctic, we rely upon relentless innovation and uncompromised craftsmanship to inspire the form and function of every piece in the Canada Goose collection. Discover the true meaning of a warm Canadian welcome all week long at our Festival Base Camp. Try on iconic Canada Goose parkas while enjoying a screening of our debut film, Out There. Fuel up with hot beverages and Canadian-inspired snacks, and stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi and power charging stations. And with surprise guests and musical performances occurring daily, Festival Base Camp is your always-entertaining escape from the cold.
Open to the public Friday, January 20–Friday, January 27,
11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
528 Main St.
The Living Room, presented by the Utah Film Commission, is at the center of Main Street and offers a unique blend of comfort, community, and free WiFi. Come in, sample some of Utah’s own great food and get a fresh perspective, daily giveaways, and solid information about filming your next project right here in Utah. Welcome home.
Open Friday, January 20–Thursday, January 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
596 Main St.
Films present us compelling characters and stories we connect with – some inspire us be more like them, some inspire us to live there, in their world. The same can be said about the characters we meet in the places we call home. These local characters entertain us, they draw us in, they make our worlds worth sharing. After your screening ends, come celebrate these real life local characters at Airbnb Haus: Share your own stories and find new inspiration in those around you. For a complete event listing and to RSVP, please visit blog.airbnb.com/SundanceFilmFestival
Join us daily from Friday, January 20–Friday, January 27.
638 Park Ave.
(Corner of Main and Heber)
Samsung will feature the tools that inspire filmmakers and festivalgoers to capture the moment, and tell their stories at Sundance. With the Samsung Studio, guests will be able to experience the world of film through the lens of the latest Samsung products including the new Gear VR and the all new Galaxy View. The Samsung Studio will also showcase a full roster of specialty programming including interactive filmmaker panels that will allow the audience to take part in the experience, exclusive screenings, Q&A’s, performances, dinners and more.
Friday, January 20nd – Tuesday, January 24th
427 Main St.
Join us at the Canon Creative Studio to explore how Canon supports all aspects of filmmaking, from pre-production to production through post. A daily hub for filmmakers, the Canon Creative Studio is a place for hands-on experimentation with Canon equipment, thought-provoking chats with industry experts, relaxing with your fellow crew members, and enjoying a coffee or snack on us. Come see impossible.
Open Saturday, January 21 –Tuesday, January 24, 11:00am –6:00pm. Open to Festival Filmmakers and invited guests as space allows.
427 Main St.
As the official industry publication of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, The Hollywood Reporter will establish its headquarters at Rock & Reilly’s for the third year. Serving as The Hollywood Reporter’s official Photo and Video Studio, editors will hold private interviews with the actors, directors and producers from films premiering at the Festival while photo and video crews capture all the action. Check out the exclusive Sundance Film Festival 2016 coverage at thr.com/sundance.
By invitation and appointment only.
591 Main St.
Welcome to the Kickstarter Green Room, a place to relax and recharge right in the thick of it all on Main Street. Come put your feet up (and charge your phone!) while you check out the Kickstarter x Sundance Film Festival retrospective during the day, and join us for fantastic events and programming at night. To RSVP for evening events or to learn more visit kickstarter.com/sff2016.
Open Thursday, January 19 through Tuesday, January 24, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
1821 Sidewinder Dr
(adjacent to Festival HQ)
Take a moment to relax at the LUNA Lounge with complimentary coffee, snacks, and all-new LUNA bars featuring 5 grams of sugar. Discover more about how LUNA supports female filmmakers by championing films by, for, and about women. Free WiFi.
Open daily from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm (Jan 19-28). Schedule subject to change for private events.
Your place to find official Sundance Film Festival clothing, accessories, and collectibles. This year's merchandise includes apparel for men, women, and kids: posters, coffee mugs, tote bags, and much more! All Sundance Film Festival merchandise, the majority from U.S. vendors, is environmentally and responsibly produced, and includes the use of repurposed materials.
|Festival Store on Upper Main St||523 Main Street||Jan 21-30||10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.|
|Jan 31||Noon–4:00 p.m.|
|Festival Store at Headquarters
Park City Marriott
|1895 Sidewinder||Jan 18-30||10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.|
|Jan 31||Noon–4:00 p.m.|
|Festival Store at Eccles Theatre
|1750 Kearns Boulevard||Jan 21||4:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.|
|Jan 22-30||8:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.|
|Jan 31||9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.|
|Festival Store at The MARC||1200 Little Kate Rd||Jan 21||4:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.|
|Jan 22-29||8:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.|
|Jan 30||8:00 a.m.–11:30 p.m.|
|Festival Store at the Co-op||608 Main Street||Jan 22-29||10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.|
|Jan 30||10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.|