Get all the details you need to navigate the Festival once you’re on the ground.
Our 10-day Festival welcomes more than 124,000 attendees and spreads out across three locations: Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Mountain Resort near Provo. Each city is separated by a 30- to 75-minute drive, so make sure you select screening tickets in the city where you plan on spending most of your time.
The Festival map includes details on every theater, venue, and shuttle route you’ll need. Pick up a printed program guide containing the map at any Festival theater or venue, access it through the 2019 Sundance Film Festival mobile app (Apple Store, Google Play), or open the map in Google Maps.
Open the Festival Map
To save the Festival map to your Google Maps app on your mobile device, open the link above and select the “View Larger Map” icon.
You will then be able to access the map anytime in your Google Maps app by selecting
Your places > Maps.
For shuttle directions, enter your destination, select Directions, and then choose the public transit option.
If you’re going to be in Park City, there’s one key to navigating the Festival: use the shuttle! There is no public parking at the Festival’s Park City locations, but the shuttle is free and hits every Festival theater and venue in town—plus it’s a great way to meet fellow Festivalgoers.
Make sure to plan ahead—use the free shuttles and estimate your travel time using the Festival map. If you need assistance, volunteers are always ready to help at all main shuttle stops.
Open the Festival Map
For shuttle directions in Google Maps, enter your destination, select Directions, and then choose the public transit option.
For information on shuttle accessibility, see the Accessibility section below.
For information on accessible parking, please see the Accessibility section below.
Private Car Service
Miderra Event Management
Car Rental Service
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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. To honor the craftsmanship of our filmmakers, each of our theaters is outfitted with Dolby Digital Sound and projected with Barco D-Cinema projectors.
Concessions are available at most theaters. Note: At The Ray Theatre, there are no concessions. At the Salt Lake City Library Theatre, Park Avenue Theatre, and Sundance Mountain Resort Screening Room, there are food options onsite, but no concessions.
For details on theater accessibility, see the Accessibility section below.
Each of our official venues offers a variety of programming and services to Festival credential holders. Visit Festival Headquarters to get ready for your Festival experience, and then explore our other venues throughout your visit.
For details on venue accessibility, see the Accessibility section below.
Visit one of our box offices in Park City, Salt Lake City, or the Sundance Mountain Resort to pick up your online order, exchange your tickets, or redeem vouchers. For more details, see Ticket Pickup.
Park City Alerts
Get notified about traffic incidents, road closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies by signing up for a joint Emergency Alert Program between the Sundance Film Festival and Park City.Text FILMFEST to 888777 to receive alerts during the Sundance Film Festival. Standard text messaging rates apply.
Lost and Found
All items found in venues or on shuttles are picked up periodically during the Festival. Please return first to where you think you lost your item. If you don’t find your lost item, please file a claim. After the Festival, all found items will be kept until February 13, 2019. Any unclaimed items will be donated to charity. For all items lost at non-Festival locations, contact the venue directly.
Inclusion is a core value at Sundance Institute, and we are deeply committed to serving artists and audiences from all communities through all of our programs, including the Sundance Film Festival.
We seek to ensure that all events are accessible for everyone who attends. This is an ongoing effort, and we welcome your feedback so that we can continually improve our services and create the most inclusive experience possible.
For questions or concerns pertaining to Festival accessibility, please reach us at email@example.com or (435) 776-7790.
Accessible parking at theaters is very limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage all patrons to use the accessible shuttle.
Once at a theater, any patron with accessibility needs, including a wheelchair space or an assistive-listening device, should speak with a Festival staff member as soon as they arrive.
Park City Parking and Transit Accessibility
All Park City Transit buses are wheelchair accessible, and drivers are trained to provide assistance to those who may need it. Park City Transit also offers door-to-door paratransit service for passengers who are unable to use the fixed-route service. Guests requiring this service must apply at least three weeks prior to the Festival.
For further information about paratransit service and for an accessibility eligibility application, contact the Park City Paratransit Certification Office at (435) 615-5353 or TTY at (435) 615-7041, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m..
Please note that the shuttles servicing Richardson Flat Park and Ride do not have wheelchair ramps. Please park in the Ecker Park and Ride to access shuttles with accessible wheelchair ramps.
There is no parking of any kind on Main Street. There is limited accessible parking nearby. We encourage all patrons to take the fully accessible shuttle system to the OId Town Transit Center. Patrons with accessibility needs can be dropped off on or near Main Street. Please refer to the theater- and venue-specific accessibility information for details on parking at theaters and venues.