How to Fest

Get all the details you need to navigate the Festival once you’re on the ground.

Getting Around

Our 10-day Festival welcomes more than 124,000 attendees and spreads out across three locations: Park City, Salt Lake City, and Sundance Mountain Resort near Provo. Each city is separated by a 30- to 75-minute drive, so make sure to plan your schedule accordingly.

Map

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, or access it through the 2020 Sundance Film Festival mobile app (available in the App Store and on Google Play) or at sundance.org/map.

Open the Festival Map

Save the Festival map to your Google Maps app on your mobile device to easily get step-by-step directions to all Festival locations. Go to sundance.org/map and select the “View larger map” icon at the top right. You may then access the map anytime in Google Maps under Your places > Maps.

Shuttle

There’s one key to navigating the Festival in Park City: use the free Festival shuttles! There is no parking at Park City theaters and venues, but the shuttle system visits every Festival theater and venue in town. Make sure to plan ahead and estimate your travel time using the Festival map. If you need assistance, volunteers are always ready to help at all main shuttle stops. All routes have wheelchair-accessible shuttles; see the Accessibility section below for more information.

Open the Festival Map

For shuttle directions in Google Maps, enter your destination, select Directions, and then choose the public transit option.

Parking

  • There is no parking at Park City theaters and venues. Help reduce traffic congestion by parking at a free park and ride location and taking the shuttle, or use the paid parking structure near Main Street.

    Free Parking

    The Ecker Hill Park and Ride (2500 Kilby Rd., off of the Jeremy Ranch exit from I-80) offers free shuttles directly to Kimball Junction, the Canyons Transit Hub, and Main Street.

    The Richardson Flat Park and Ride (off of the Kearns Blvd. exit from Hwy. 40) offers free shuttles directly to Eccles Theatre.

    Paid Parking

    The China Bridge parking structure (420 Swede Alley) offers parking for a variable daily rate that does not include re-entry. China Bridge is near Main Street and provides easy access to the Egyptian Theatre, the Festival stores on Main Street, Festival Co-op, and Filmmaker Lodge. Note that this facility is likely to reach capacity early in the day.

    Hours:
    11:00 a.m.–2:00 a.m.

    Pricing:
    Thurs., Jan. 23, Sun., Jan. 26, Mon., Jan. 27: $40 daily flat rate
    Fri., Jan. 24–Sat., Jan. 25: $60 daily flat rate
    Tues., Jan. 28–Thurs., Jan. 30: $3/hour after 5 p.m. (first hour free; max $18)
    Fri., Jan. 31–Sat., Feb. 1: $30 daily flat rate

    Note: The Temple Theatre, located along Highway 224, does not offer any patron parking. Attempting to park across the street at St. Mary’s Catholic Church or anywhere along Highway 224 will result in immediate towing. For a convenient parking option, please consider the Ecker Hill Park and Ride.

  • Broadway Centre Cinemas
    A paid parking garage is located east of the theater. If you are attending a Festival film, please park on levels four through eight and pay for parking at the exit gate.

    Grand Theatre
    Limited free parking is available at the Grand Theatre in the student lot to the east of the venue, accessible from 1700 South.

    Rose Wagner Center
    Street parking is metered Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m., and is free at all other times (with a two-hour maximum on Saturday)—download the ParkSLC app (iPhone and Android) for easy payment. Paid parking lots are also located to the east and south of the theater.

    Salt Lake City Library Theatre
    Underground parking is accessible from eastbound 400 South and is free for the first half hour, then $1.50 per half hour after that. With a disability special-group license plate or disability windshield placard, parking is free for the first two hours, then $1.50 per half hour after that.

    Tower Theatre
    Free street parking is available; time limits may apply.

  • Parking is complimentary for Sundance Film Festival attendees. Early arrival is recommended. For shuttle information, call the Sundance Mountain Resort concierge at (801) 225-4107.

For information on accessible parking, please see the Accessibility section below.

Car Rentals

Private Car Service

Miderra Event Management
(866) 374-8824
clientservices@miderra.com

Car Rental Service

Enterprise Rent-A-Car | Park City
(435) 655-7277

Enterprise Exotic Car Collection | Salt Lake City
(801) 320-9575

FAQs

  • There is no parking at Festival theaters and venues in Park City, so we highly recommend the free Festival shuttles that can transport you between venues.

  • Free shuttles travel frequently between venues. Once you arrive at the Festival, friendly volunteers will be ready to assist you at info booth locations and shuttle stops. Check the Festival map for details.

  • Park at your lodging or at one of the designated park and ride locations listed above.

Theaters

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.

We recommend arriving at your screening 45 minutes before start time. Please note, ticket holders must be in line 15 minutes before the scheduled start time or their seat may be forfeited.

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 on site but no concessions.

  • Eccles Theatre
    1750 Kearns Blvd.
    Capacity: 1270
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 89

    Egyptian Theatre
    328 Main St.
    Capacity: 318
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 51

    Holiday Village Cinemas
    1776 Park Ave.

    Cinema 1
    Capacity: 162
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 20

    Cinema 2
    Capacity: 154
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 20

    Cinema 4
    Capacity: 162
    Avg. eWaitlist Admittance: 30

    Library Center Theatre
    1255 Park Ave.
    Capacity: 486
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 63

    The MARC Theatre
    1200 Little Kate Rd.
    Capacity: 550
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 70

    Park Avenue Theatre
    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City, 1800 Park Ave.
    Capacity: 295
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 30

    Prospector Square Theatre
    2175 Sidewinder Dr.
    Capacity: 324
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 46

    The Ray Theatre
    1768 Park Ave.
    Capacity: 532
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 64

    Redstone Cinemas
    6030 Market St.

    Cinema 1
    Capacity: 188
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 33

    Cinema 2
    Capacity: 175
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 39

    Cinema 7
    Capacity: 175
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 38

    Temple Theatre
    3700 N. Brookside Ct.
    Capacity: 318
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 36

  • Broadway Centre Cinemas
    111 E. Broadway

    Cinema 3
    Capacity: 243
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 18

    Cinema 6
    Capacity: 245
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 19

    Grand Theatre
    Salt Lake Community College, 1575 S. State St.
    Capacity: 1084
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 43

    Rose Wagner Center
    138 West 300 South
    Capacity: 495
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 31

    Salt Lake City Library Theatre
    210 East 400 South
    Capacity: 300
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 17

    Tower Theatre
    876 East 900 South
    Capacity: 340
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 20

  • Sundance Mountain Resort Screening Room
    8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway
    Capacity: 164
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 18
    Get driving directions.

  • All patrons—whether credentialed or ticketed—must adhere to the following guidelines posted at each theater:

    • To guarantee admittance, ticket holders and eligible pass holders must be in the appropriate line at least 15 minutes before the film's published start time.
    • The use of cameras or other recording equipment during screenings is strictly prohibited.
    • Filmgoers should remember to take all personal belongings and litter with them as they exit. Any items left behind may be disposed of.
    • The Sundance Film Festival reserves the right to search the personal belongings of any patron inside or around the premises of the theaters.
    • By entering the theater, patrons consent to be photographed/filmed, and grant Sundance Institute and its successors—signed parties, carrier stations, network station(s), sponsor(s), advertising agents, and their affiliated entities—the right to record and use their likeness, voice, and name worldwide in perpetuity for any purpose whatsoever. In addition, they release the above parties from any and all liability for loss or damage to person or property while they are at or around the theater.
    • Once inside the theater, all cell phones and electronic devices must be turned off prior to the introduction of the film.
    • All filmgoers agree to comply with all published and stated rules and regulations.
    • No babes in arms or strollers are permitted in theaters. Pets—except for service animals—are also not allowed.

For details on theater accessibility, see the Accessibility section below.

Venues

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.

Festival Venues in Park City

  • Located in Kimball Junction
    1388 Center Dr., Park City

    Open for scheduled events only.

  • Festival Headquarters
    Sheraton Park City
    1895 Sidewinder Dr., Park City

    Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1, 2020
    8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

    Sunday, February 2, 2020
    8:00 a.m.–noon

    Open to all Festivalgoers and the general public.

    Festival business takes place at Festival Headquarters, located in the Sheraton Park City. Whether 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 a cup of coffee while checking email, this is the place to be.

    Don't forget to pick up your official Festival merchandise in the Festival Store at Headquarters.

    Note: Parking near Headquarters is extremely limited, so we recommend you use the free Festival shuttle system.

  • Filmmaker Lodge
    Elks Building
    550 Main St. (2nd floor), Park City

    Friday, January 24–Saturday, February 1
    10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

    Sunday, February 2
    10:00 a.m.–noon.

    Open to all Festival credential holders as space allows. Capacity is limited to 200.

    A casual meeting place and café designed to cultivate dialogue among filmmakers, industry leaders, and the press, the Filmmaker Lodge presents Cinema Café—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.

  • 1401 Kearns Blvd., Park City

    Partner panels at this location are open to all Festival credential holders and the general public as space allows. Other events are by invitation only. The Sundance Institute Talent Forum will take place at this venue from Tuesday, January 28, to Thursday, January 30.

  • 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.

    Browse all New Frontier projects

    EXHIBITIONS

    Experience the latest in new media with selected art, virtual and mixed reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence installations.

    New Frontier at The Ray
    1768 Park Ave., Park City
    Tickets required
    Capacity: 35
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 7

    The Box at The Ray
    1768 Park Ave., Park City
    Tickets required
    Capacity: 40
    Avg. eWaitlist admittance: 10

    New Frontier Central
    950 Iron Horse Dr., Park City
    Open to credential holders
    Capacity: 202

    Friday, January 24:
    3:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

    Saturday, January 25–Thursday, January 30
    10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
    5:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.

    Friday, January 31
    10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
    3:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

    Saturday, February 1
    10:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
    2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.

  • Located just south of the Library Center Theatre
    1167 Woodside Ave., Park City

  • 751 Main St., Park City

    Friday, January 24–Friday, January 31, 2020
    1:30 p.m.–6:00 p.m.

    Open to Festival credential holders 21 and older as space allows. This venue has limited capacity.

    The Sundance Film Festival and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) proudly present the Sundance ASCAP Music Café, showcasing an eclectic mix of exceptional music makers handpicked by ASCAP. Stop by to find a new favorite, hear an old one, or meet your next musical collaborator. Consider it a musical oasis at the heart of the Festival.

    See the full lineup here.

  • DoubleTree Hilton Hotel Park City
    1800 Park Ave. (2nd floor)

    Friday, January 24–Sunday, February 2
    7:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

    Conferences and festivals can be challenging or overwhelming for people who choose sobriety—the Sundance Film Festival Sober Space is a gathering place for those in recovery. Join like-minded attendees for informal drop-in conversation (during open hours) or for our daily attendee-led meetings (7:30 a.m. discussion meetings and 7:30 p.m. speaker meetings)—and, of course, coffee.

    This venue is made possible with the support of Harmony Foundation.

Sponsor Venues in Park City

  • 480 Swede Alley

    Returning as presenting sponsor for the 10th year, Acura invites you to visit Acura Festival Village, where you can take a seat in the Acura NSX supercar and check out the new lineup on display. Warm up in the Acura Lounge, where you can recharge with complimentary hot beverages and phone charging stations and capture your Festival memories in our photo booth. Wrap up the day on our heated patio with Acura Hours featuring live panels and musical performances from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., along with our partners Stella Artois, Bon & Viv, and High West Distillery.

    Open Friday, January 24–Saturday, February 1, noon–6:00 p.m.

    Acura Café
    Enjoy complimentary Campos tea, coffee, specialty drinks, and hot chocolate in the Acura Café at Acura Festival Village.
    Presented by Acura

  • 268 Main St.

    SundanceTV, the official television network of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, opens its doors at 268 Main Street (steps from the Egyptian Theatre) on Friday morning, January 24. Each year during the daytime, the HQ hosts panel conversations with industry leaders in content creation and entertainment. Among the special evening events this year are a live podcast with The Rewatchables (Sunday) and a storytelling event with The Moth (Monday). Come by for a coffee, grab some swag, and look out for Festival updates @SundanceTV.

    Open Friday, January 24–Wednesday, January 29, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

    Schedule subject to change for special events

  • 573 Main St.

    Chase Sapphire on Main provides a variety of activities for guests throughout the Sundance Film Festival. Guests will have the opportunity to sample food from around the globe as they explore A Taste of Sapphire, view and participate in Los Angeles Times live film panel discussions with filmmakers and talent from the top films of the Festival, attend a celebrity-chef cooking demonstration, and more! New to 2020, guests will have the chance to enjoy live music and lounge seating in the basement after panels conclude. Additionally, Chase Sapphire cardmembers will have access to parties, a dining concierge, and a private lounge featuring a premium coffee bar from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and whiskey and beer tastings from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Be sure to visit Chase Sapphire on Main to receive your commemorative 2020 Sundance Film Festival water bottle!

    Open Friday, January 24–Friday, January 31, 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

    Schedule subject to change for special events

  • 660 Main St.

    AT&T is proud to be a presenting sponsor and the official wireless provider of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. AT&T also returns as this year’s official multichannel video programming distributor sponsor of the Festival and joins WarnerMedia, the official leadership sponsor of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, to present WarnerMedia Lodge: Elevating Storytelling with AT&T, Main Street’s culinary-meets-entertainment hotspot.

    The Variety Studio presented by AT&T will host its longstanding portrait and video studio from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and AT&T and WarnerMedia will host daily lunches* for celebrities and tastemakers, premiere parties, and cast dinners for some of the Festival’s most buzzworthy titles, all in the WarnerMedia Lodge. The space will also feature short film screenings, panels, and other WarnerMedia programming.

    Open Friday, January 24–Monday, January 27

    *Daily lunches open to invited guests only

  • 625 Main St.

    IndieWire, the definitive outlet for creative independence in film and TV, returns to Main Street (on the corner of Main and Heber) with the IndieWire Studio Presented by Dropbox. The Festival’s top filmmakers and talent will be interviewed at the studio between Friday, January 24, and Monday, January 27, with video coverage to be featured on indiewire.com and our social channels.

  • 692 Main St.

    As the driving force behind today’s audio entertainment revolution, Audible is the premier home for powerful voices and extraordinary storytelling. We’re proud to sponsor the Sundance Film Festival and welcome you to join us on Main Street at the Audible Speakeasy, where stories will be shaken, stirred, and spoken. Enjoy inventive cocktails and inspired discussions about today’s leading creators and more. Kick back with us and say cheers to the next frontier of trailblazing voices.

    Open Friday, January 24–Monday, January 27, 9:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

    Schedule subject to change for special events

  • 558 Main St.

    Since 1957, Canada Goose has been connecting audiences around the world through stories—transporting them to exotic locations and immersing them in the extraordinary. Part of this journey has been spent on movie sets, playing a supporting role in the magic of filmmaking. From costume designers and talent to directors, cinematographers, and more, these contributing players affect how film comes to life. Known as the unofficial jacket of film crews everywhere, Canada Goose invites you to escape from the cold at Basecamp. Try on iconic parkas and learn about their history in front of and behind the camera. Celebrate the art of film and experience the unparalleled warmth of the performance luxury brand. Each day will feature new and innovative programming, special events, and surprise guests.

    Open Friday, January 24–Monday, January 27, noon–6:00 p.m.

  • 592 Main St.

    Join us at the Canon Creative Studio to celebrate creativity behind the camera. A hub for filmmakers, the Canon Creative Studio is a place for hands-on experimentation with Canon equipment and thought-provoking conversations with industry experts. Festival filmmakers and invited guests are welcome to enjoy a cup of coffee or a snack on us and to get your headshot taken by photographer Michael Ori.

    Open Friday, January 24–Monday, January 27, 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

    Open to artist credential holders and invited guests only

  • 591 Main St.

    Fire TV is proud to be a sponsor of the Sundance Film Festival and participate on Main Street to host an invite-only media space for Festival talent throughout the week, connecting creators with their fans and helping audiences discover new films.

    By invitation only

  • 703 Park Ave.

    Utah’s first legal distillery since 1870, High West is passionate about crafting delicious and distinctive whiskeys and helping people appreciate whiskey all in the context of our home, the American West. High West’s must-visit location in Old Town Park City is the world’s only ski-in gastro-distillery and was voted Best Park City Restaurant by readers of City Weekly. It has received multiple accolades, including a nomination for Best Bar by the James Beard Foundation and a top-10 ranking on the Daily Meal’s list of “150 Best Bars in America.” High West does not take reservations.

    Open daily, 11:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.*

    *Schedule subject to change for special events

    Check highwest.com for more details
  • 480 Swede Alley

    IMDb is back at the Sundance Film Festival with their private celebrity video and photo studio, once again located at Acura Festival Village. Filmmaker Kevin Smith will host on-camera interviews with leading actors, writers, and directors. Other highlights include the presentation of an IMDb STARmeter Award to a breakout star or fan favorite at the Festival, as determined by IMDbPro STARmeter data. IMDbPro, the essential resource for entertainment industry professionals, is the presenting sponsor of An Artist at the Table and the Sundance Industry Office at Festival Headquarters.

    Open Friday, January 24–Monday, January 27, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

    Access to the IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village and evening events is by invitation only

  • 305 Main St.

    Come rest your weary head at the Lyft Lounge—the official rideshare partner of the Sundance Film Festival. Whether you need a latte, hot cocoa (extra marshmallows optional), or just good conversation with fellow film enthusiasts, it’s the best spot to be to take a break—and jump in a ride when you’re ready to set off to your next stop.

    Open Thursday, January 23, 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.;
    Friday, January 24–Saturday, January 25, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.;
    Sunday, January 26, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

    Schedule subject to change

  • 580 Main St.

    This is the essential stop for celebrities, filmmakers, and storytellers. The Los Angeles Times will have reporters, photographers, and video crews on the ground at the Sundance Film Festival, giving our readers exclusive access to the stars and talent. The industry’s most talented and fascinating personalities have a unique relationship with the Times, and our entertainment affairs have helped lead the way to countless awards—so we hope to see you in Park City!

    Open Friday, January 24–Tuesday, January 28

    By invitation only

  • 608 Main St.

    Dell

    Dell Technologies
    Dell Technologies is advancing sustainability with an iconic statement: our newest packaging, the reusable Transportation Tote. Each tote eliminates up to 520 pounds of packaging per use. Replicas of the totes with artful storytelling will be all over Park City during opening weekend! Share your experience with us! #ProgressMadeReal

    Proud to be the official technology sponsor and official sustainability sponsor of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

    University of Utah Health
    Be well, live well, Fest well—visit University of Utah Health’s Wellness Hub in the Festival Co-op space on Main Street in Park City. University of Utah Health will provide free chair massages to Sundance Film Festival attendees between Friday, January 24, and Monday, January 27, and will serve as a meeting spot for morning runs and walks on Sunday, January 26, and Tuesday, January 28. See you there!

    Sundance Co//ab
    Sundance Co//ab invites you to join us in the Festival Co-op space on Main Street in Park City to learn how you can join 25,000 storytellers from around the globe in our new digital platform. We’ll show you how to view our collection of over 100 learning videos featuring Sundance Institute advisors, access the curated collection of online resources covering all aspects of filmmaking, and connect with our community of creators from around the globe. Come by to receive your free 30-day membership and learn how you can get feedback on your work in progress. Take the next step in your creative journey—join Sundance Co//ab today.

    Sundance Institute Membership
    Our Members #StandForStorytelling. Visit Sundance Institute membership at the Festival Co-op to learn more about our year-round work supporting independent artists and for the chance to win cool prizes.

    Open Friday, January 24–Friday, January 31, 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.;
    Saturday, February 1, 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
    The Festival Co-op is free and open to all Festival credential holders and the public

Salt Lake City Venues

  • 111 E. Broadway
    Open to ages 21 and up

    Friday, January 24–Saturday, February 1: 5:00 p.m.–1:00 a.m.
    Music at 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. nightly

    Just around the corner from the Broadway Centre Cinemas, the Festival Lounge at Copper Common offers post-film fun in a swanky setting. Sample a cocktail or two from the bar and take in live music after your screening.

  • 850 East 900 South
    Open to ages 21 and up

    Friday, January 24: noon–midnight
    Saturday, January 25: 11:00 a.m.–midnight
    Sunday, January 26: 11:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
    Monday, January 27–Saturday, February 1: noon–midnight

    Nightly performances at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

    Just a few doors down from the Tower Theatre, the Festival Lounge at East Liberty Tap House sits in Salt Lake’s burgeoning 9th & 9th neighborhood, specializing in local brews. Hit the Tap House after a film at the Tower and try a few of Salt Lake’s local beers while you enjoy some great live music.

  • 222 Main St., Ste. 140
    Open to ages 18 and older

    Friday, January 24–Saturday, January 25: 5:00 p.m.–midnight
    Sunday, January 26–Thursday, January 30: 5:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
    Friday, January 31–Saturday, February 1: 5:00 p.m.–midnight

    Celebrate LGBTQ+ culture right along with the Sundance Film Festival and stop by the Queer Lounge at The Daily, located in the heart of downtown within walking distance of the Broadway Centre Cinemas. Move to the live music and soak in Salt Lake’s strong and proud LGBTQ+ culture.

For details on venue accessibility, see the Accessibility section below.

Box Offices

Visit one of our box offices in Park City, Salt Lake City, or Sundance Mountain Resort to pick up your online order, exchange your tickets, or redeem vouchers. For more details, see Ticket Pickup.

  • Park City Main Box Office
    Gateway Center
    136 Heber Ave. (1st floor)

    • Saturday, January 18: 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (Locals ticket pickup only)
    • Tuesday, January 21–Wednesday, January 22: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
    • Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1: 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, February 2: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

    Park City Pass and Package Office
    Gateway Center
    136 Heber Ave. (2nd floor)
    Pass and package pickup only

    • Saturday, January 18: 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (Locals pass/package pickup only)
    • Tuesday, January 21–Wednesday, January 22: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
    • Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1: 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, February 2: 8:00 a.m.–noon

    Chase Sapphire® Box Office
    Gateway Center
    136 Heber Ave. (2nd floor)

    • Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1: 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, February 2: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

    Tickets must be purchased with a Chase Sapphire®, Chase Sapphire Preferred®, or Chase Sapphire Reserve® card.

  • Trolley Square
    602 South 700 East (2nd floor by Rodizio Grill)

    • Saturday, January 18: 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (Locals pickup only)
    • Tuesday, January 21–Wednesday, January 22: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
    • Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1: 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, February 2: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
  • 8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, Sundance

    • Saturday, January 18: 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. (Locals pickup only)
    • Tuesday, January 21–Wednesday, January 22: 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
    • Thursday, January 23–Saturday, February 1: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
    • Sunday, February 2: 9:00 a.m.–noon

Festival Stores

Festival stores are your place to find official Sundance Film Festival clothing, accessories, and collectibles. This year’s merchandise includes apparel for all ages, plus posters, coffee mugs, tote bags, and much more!

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  • Eccles Theatre
    1750 Kearns Blvd.
    Thurs., Jan. 23: 4:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
    Fri., Jan. 24–Sun., Feb. 2: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

    Festival Headquarters
    Sheraton Park City
    1895 Sidewinder Dr.
    Sat., Jan. 18–Sun., Feb. 2: 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

    Library Center Theatre
    1255 Park Ave.
    Fri., Jan. 24–Sun., Feb. 2: 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

    Lower Main Street
    751 Main St.
    Wed., Jan. 22–Sat., Feb. 1: 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
    Sun., Feb. 2: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

    Upper Main Street
    523 Main St.
    Wed., Jan. 22–Sat., Feb. 1: 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
    Sun., Feb. 2: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

  • Festival Store at Salt Lake City Main Box Office
    Trolley Square
    602 South 700 East, Salt Lake City
    (2nd floor, by Rodizio Grill)

    Thurs., Jan 23–Sun., Feb. 2
    10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Accessibility

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 send us a message below or call us at (435) 776-7790.

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  • Our assistive listening devices are wireless receivers that amplify all film sound in a compatible headset or neck loop with an adjustable volume setting.

    Assistive listening devices are available for all screenings of Festival films at all 16 Festival theaters. Please note that assistive listening devices are limited.

    View the list of all films with enhanced audio here:
    https://www.sundance.org/accessible-films-events

  • Our audio description devices provide an alternative soundtrack that narrates the description of a film's key visual elements. These visual descriptions are inserted into pauses in the film's dialogue.

    The Sundance Film Festival has strongly encouraged all filmmakers to provide accessible versions of their films. Provided that an accessible version of the film has been submitted, we are able to accommodate audio description at all 16 Festival theaters.

    View the list of all films with audio description here:
    https://www.sundance.org/accessible-films-events

  • Our CaptiView devices display film dialogue on small OLED screen on a bendable support arm that sits directly in the patron's field of view.

    The Sundance Film Festival has strongly encouraged all filmmakers to provide accessible versions of their films. Provided that an accessible version of the film has been submitted, we are able to accommodate closed captioning at all 16 of our Festival theaters.

    View list of films with closed captioning: https://www.sundance.org/accessible-films-events

  • Service animals trained to specifically assist people with disabilities are welcome at all official Festival theaters and venues. Other animals are not allowed.

  • All foreign-language films at the Festival are screened in their original language and English subtitles will be provided.

    Films with subtitles are noted in both the digital and print versions of the program guide.

  • Imagery on screen at our theaters and venues may affect those who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy seizures or have other photosensitivities. Viewer discretion is advised.

  • All official Festival theaters and venues are ADA compliant and we strive to make our spaces as accessible as possible. For specific details on each location, refer to the Theater-Specific Access and Venue-Specific Access information below.

    All 16 of our theaters have wheelchair spaces available. Wheelchair spaces are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons requiring a wheelchair space may reach out before the Festival; otherwise they should speak with a Festival staff member as soon as they arrive at any theater.

    Companion seating is available at all theaters; all companions must have a ticket to the screening. Please reach out if you have questions about companion seating at specific theaters.

    Due to a number of factors including crowds, geography, weather, and Park City’s historic nature, we recognize that mobility at the Festival can be challenging. Please contact us so we can provide additional information and work with you on possible solutions.

Theater-Specific Access

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 requesting an accessibility-related accommodation, including a wheelchair space or an assistive listening device, should speak with a Festival staff member as soon as they arrive.

  • Eccles Theatre
    1750 Kearns Blvd.

    There are limited accessible parking spots in front of the main theater entrance, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Both the waitlist/ticket tent and building front entrance are fully accessible. There is an access ramp to the pass-holder line.

    There are accessible restrooms in the lobby. Patrons with accessibility needs who are waiting in line in the exterior tent should connect with a staff member if they need to use a restroom or have other needs.

    The Eccles Theatre has 10 wheelchair spaces, all with transferable seats.

    Egyptian Theatre
    328 Main St.

    There is no parking of any kind on Main Street. There is limited accessible parking near Main Street.

    Patrons with accessibility needs can be dropped off directly outside the theater. We encourage all other patrons to take Park City Transit to the OId Town Transit Center. The front entrance of the theater is fully accessible and there is an accessible all-gender restroom in the lobby. Patrons with accessibility needs should connect with a Festival staff member upon arrival.

    The Egyptian Theatre has two wheelchair spaces in the rear of the theater. Wheelchairs are not permitted on the main floor of the Egyptian due to fire code. Companion seating at the Egyptian is located near wheelchair spaces.

    Holiday Village Cinemas
    1776 Park Ave.

    There are limited accessible parking spots in the main parking lot, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The building front entrance and restrooms are fully accessible. Patrons requiring accessible accommodation waiting in line in the exterior tent should connect with a staff member if they need to use a restroom or have additional needs.

    All screenings at the Holiday Village Cinemas have wheelchair spaces with transferable seats.

    Library Center Theatre
    1225 Park Ave.

    Limited accessible parking spots are located directly in front of the Library Center building, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The waitlist/ticket-holder tent is fully accessible via ramp from the sidewalk. The theater and pass-holder lines are both located on the third floor and are accessible via elevator located to the right as you enter the lobby. Accessible restrooms are located on both the first and third floors of the Library Center.

    The Library Center Theatre has eight wheelchair spaces, four of which have transferable seats.

    The MARC Theatre
    1200 Little Kate Rd.

    There are limited accessible parking spots located near The MARC shuttle stop, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The MARC Theatre building and restrooms are fully accessible. Patrons requiring accessible accommodation waiting in line should connect with a staff member if they need to use a restroom.

    The MARC Theatre has 10 wheelchair spaces available toward the front of the theater.

    Park Avenue Theatre
    1800 Park Ave.

    The Park Avenue Theatre is situated within the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City. There are limited accessible parking spots located directly in front of the main entrance, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The building and theater are fully accessible, including an accessible all-gender restroom on the first floor.

    The Park Avenue Theatre has two separate wheelchair spaces available in the front of the theater.

    Prospector Square Theatre
    2175 Sidewinder Dr.

    Accessible parking at the Prospector Square Theatre is directly adjacent to the main entrance of the Prospector Square Lodge and Conference Center. These spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a ramp to the theater level located directly behind the front desk. The theater and accessible restrooms are located on this level.

    The Prospector Square Theatre has four wheelchair spaces located in the center of the theater.

    The Ray Theatre
    1768 Park Ave.

    The Ray Theatre has limited accessible parking in the main parking lot. There is an accessible entrance to the sidewalk to the right of the theater. The Ray Theatre building and restrooms are fully accessible. Patrons with accessibility needs waiting in line in the exterior tent should connect with a staff member if they need to use a restroom or have additional needs.

    The Ray Theatre has eight wheelchair spaces located on the main floor, four of which have transferable seats.

    Redstone Cinemas
    Located in Kimball Junction
    6030 Market St.

    There are various accessible parking spots located in Kimball Junction. The Redstone Cinemas building and restrooms are fully accessible.

    There are two wheelchair spaces located in the center of each theater at Redstone Cinemas.

    Temple Theatre
    3700 N. Brookside Ct.

    The Temple Theatre Connect shuttle from the Canyons Transit Hub is not wheelchair accessible; however, there are accessible parking spots located near the front entrance to the Temple Theatre building. Parking spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. The Temple Theatre building and restrooms are completely accessible.

    Temple Theatre has four wheelchair spaces located in the front center of the theater.

  • Broadway Centre Cinemas
    111 E. Broadway

    There are accessible parking spots in the garage adjacent to Broadway Center Cinemas with elevator access to street level. These spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The front entrance to the theater is accessible. Once inside the building, there is a lift located on ground level to take patrons to the theater level. Accessible restrooms are located on the theater level.

    The Broadway Centre Cinemas have two wheelchair spaces in the front of each theater as well as space in the rear of the theater.

    Grand Theatre
    1575 S. State St.

    There are accessible parking spots located in the parking lot directly east of The Grand Theatre building. Patrons requesting accessible accommodation should enter the building through the east entrance from this parking lot. The theater is fully accessible, as are the restrooms located on all levels. There is ramp access to the second floor.

    Grand Theatre has eight wheelchair spaces available.

    Rose Wagner Center
    138 West 300 South

    The Rose Wagner Center is located in downtown Salt Lake City. Limited accessible parking spaces are available in the paid lot parking across the street from the Rose Wagner Center. Accessible on-street parking spaces are also available near the venue, although all patrons must comply with the posted time limits (usually two hours). The main entrance to the building is accessible via the ramp adjacent to the front door. Accessible restrooms and elevator access are located on each floor.

    The Rose Wagner Center has four wheelchair spaces located on the main floor and two located in the boxes.

    Salt Lake City Library Theatre
    210 East 400 South

    The Salt Lake City Library Theatre is located near downtown Salt Lake City. Accessible parking in the underground garage is free of charge for up to two hours. Additional time beyond the first two hours is $1.50 per hour. Accessible street parking is also available. There is elevator access from the parking garage and street level to the theater level. There are accessible restrooms located on all levels of the Salt Lake City Library.

    The Salt Lake City Library Theatre has four wheelchair spaces available, two near the front of the theater and two near the rear.

    Tower Theatre
    876 East 900 South

    There is no specified accessible parking for the Tower Theatre. All patrons are encouraged to utilize street parking. The building entrance and Tower Theatre are fully accessible. Accessible patrons in need of a restroom should connect with a Festival staff member.

    There is one wheelchair space in the front of the theater and there are options for wheelchairs in the rear.

  • Screening Room
    8841 Alpine Loop Scenic Byway

    There are accessible parking spots near the base of the Sundance Mountain Resort ski lift. The ramp from the parking lot follows a paved walkway slightly uphill to the Screening Room. Accessible restrooms are located at the Redford Center directly off this paved path, prior to reaching the theater.

    There is ramp access to the Screening Room building. Wheelchair space is available at the rear of the theater.

Venue-Specific Access

  • There is no parking of any kind on Main Street. We encourage all patrons to use the accessible shuttle system.

    Basin Recreation Fieldhouse
    1388 Center Dr.

    Basin Recreation Fieldhouse has limited accessible parking spots available in the main parking lot. The front entrance and building are fully accessible. Accessible restrooms are located in the main lobby. Patrons with accessible accommodation needs are encouraged to connect with Festival staff.

    The Box at The Ray
    1768 Park Ave.

    There is limited accessible parking in The Ray’s main parking lot, available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is an accessible entrance to the sidewalk to the right of the building entrance.

    The Box at The Ray and New Frontier at The Ray are both located below ground level. Patrons requiring access via lift should connect with a Festival staff member who will assist with this process. There are accessible restrooms on the lower level.

    Chase Sapphire Box Office
    136 Heber Ave.

    Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Flagpole Parking Lot on Swede Alley.

    The Festival Pass and Package Office is located on the second floor of the Gateway Center. After taking the entrance ramp off of Swede Alley, patrons with accessibility needs may use the elevator in the center of the lobby to access the second floor. Accessible restrooms are available in the Gateway Center.

    Festival Co-op
    608 Main St.

    The front entrance to the Festival Co-op is not accessible. Patrons looking to utilize the accessible entrance should connect with a Festival staff member at the front entrance on Main Street so assistance can be provided.

    Once inside the building, there is elevator access to both floors of the Festival Co-op. Patrons requiring accessible restrooms should connect with Festival staff.

    Festival Headquarters
    Sheraton Park City
    1895 Sidewinder Dr.

    There is limited accessible parking at the Sheraton Park City. Accessible parking in both the front parking lot and underground garage are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    To enter the building from street level, there is a ramp to the right of the main entrance. To enter the building from the garage, there is a ramp to the right of the main doors. Once inside, there is elevator access to all levels of the Sheraton.

    There are accessible restrooms located on each level of the Sheraton.

    Filmmaker Lodge
    550 Main St. (2nd floor)

    Ramp access through the front door of the building is available for patrons with accessibility needs; a drop-off area for those Festivalgoers who require such accommodation is located directly in front of Filmmaker Lodge.

    The Filmmaker Lodge is located on the second level. Patrons requiring access via the LULA elevator should connect with a Festival staff member who will assist with this process.

    An accessible restroom is available upon request; those requiring access should connect with a Festival staff member who will assist with this process.

    Kimball Art Center
    1401 Kearns Blvd.

    Both the front and back entrances to the Kimball Art Center are wheelchair accessible. Limited parking is available in the back of the building, and there is a passenger drop-off area in the front. The main gallery is spacious and has removable chairs and couches. An accessible restroom is located on the main gallery level. Lounge and additional restrooms are located on the second floor, which can be accessed via an enclosed vertical wheelchair lift.

    New Frontier at The Ray
    1768 Park Ave.

    There is limited accessible parking in The Ray’s main parking lot, available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is an accessible entrance to the sidewalk to the right of the building entrance.

    New Frontier at The Ray and The Box at The Ray are both located below ground level. Patrons requiring access via lift should connect with a Festival staff member who will assist with this process. There are accessible restrooms on the lower level.

    New Frontier Central
    950 Iron Horse Dr.

    There is accessible parking, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The front entrance is wheelchair accessible. The first row of the Biodigital Theatre has wheelchair-accessible seats.

    Park City Main Box Office
    Gateway Center
    136 Heber Ave. (1st floor)

    To enter the Gateway Center from street level, an accessible entrance is available via the entrance ramp on Swede Alley. Once inside the Gateway Center, the Park City Main Box Office and first-floor restrooms are all accessible.

    Festival Pass and Package Office
    Gateway Center
    136 Heber Ave. (2nd floor)

    The Festival Pass and Package Office is located on the second floor of the Gateway Center. After taking the entrance ramp off of Swede Alley, patrons with accessibility needs should use the elevator in the center of the lobby to access the second floor. The Festival Pass and Package Office is fully accessible.

    The Shop
    1167 Woodside Ave.

    There is no accessible parking at The Shop. There is very limited accessible parking at the Library Center Theatre, located near The Shop. Patrons can be dropped off directly in front of The Shop or utilize the accessible shuttle system via the Library East or Library West stops.

    The front entrance to The Shop tent is accessible. The main space inside The Shop is a level down and requires a separate building entrance. Patrons who require use of this accessible entrance to the main space should connect with a Festival staff member on site who can assist with this entrance.

    There is an accessible all-gender restroom located on the main floor of The Shop.

    Sober Space
    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City
    1800 Park Ave.

    The Sundance Film Festival Sober Space is located on the second floor of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. There are limited accessible parking spots located directly in front of the main entrance, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The building is fully accessible, including an accessible all-gender restroom on the first floor.

    Sundance ASCAP Music Café
    751 Main St.

    Patrons with accessibility needs can be dropped off directly in front of the Sundance ASCAP Music Café.

    The front door of the Sundance ASCAP Music Café is accessible. Patrons should connect with Festival staff for accessible viewing options, if required. Patrons requiring accessible restrooms should connect with Festival staff.

    Festival Store at Eccles Theatre
    1750 Kearns Blvd.

    There are limited accessible parking spots in front of the main theater entrance, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The building front entrance is fully accessible.

    There are accessible restrooms in the lobby. Patrons with accessibility needs should connect with a staff member if they have other needs.

    Festival Store on Upper Main
    523 Main St.

    The Festival Store on Upper Main is not accessible. Please use the Festival Store on Lower Main, located at 751 Main St.

    Festival Store on Lower Main
    751 Main St.

    The Festival Store on Lower Main is accessible via the front entrance on Main Street. Patrons with accessibility needs should connect with a Festival staff member if they need to use a restroom or have other needs.

    Festival Store at Headquarters
    Sheraton Park City
    1895 Sidewinder Dr.

    There is limited accessible parking at the Sheraton Park City. Accessible parking in both the front parking lot and underground garage are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    To enter the building from street level, there is a ramp to the right of the main entrance. To enter the building from the garage, there is a ramp to the right of the main doors. There is a ramp from the lobby down to the Festival Store level.

    There are accessible restrooms located on each level of the Sheraton.

    Festival Store at The MARC Theatre
    1200 Little Kate Rd.

    There are limited accessible parking spots located near The MARC shuttle stop, available on a first-come, first-served basis. The MARC Theatre building and restrooms are fully accessible. The Festival store is on ground level near the ticket holder and waitlist lines.

  • Festival Lounge at East Liberty Tap House
    850 East 900 South

    The front entrance and front patio is not wheelchair accessible. Patrons with accessibility needs must ask a Tap House staff member to enter through the rear door. Once inside the building, there is an accessible family restroom available.

    Festival Store at the Salt Lake City Main Box Office
    Trolley Square
    602 South 700 East

    The Festival Store at the Salt Lake City Main Box Office is located in Trolley Square. Trolley Square has limited accessible parking; accessible parking spaces are available in the ground-level lot on 700 East (in front of the Google Fiber store), as well as in the underground parking garage, accessible from either 500 South or 600 East. The Festival Store at the Salt Lake City Main Box Office is located on the second floor by Rodizio Grill and is fully accessible by elevator. Trolley Square has accessible restrooms.

    Lounge at Copper Common
    111 E. Broadway

    The front entrance and patio are both wheelchair accessible. The restaurant interior includes seating at the bar, booths, and tables with removable seats. There is an accessible all-gender restroom. Parking is available in the Broadway Centre Cinemas parking garage or on the street.

    The Queer Lounge at The Daily
    222 Main St., Ste. 140

    The Daily is a coffee shop attached to The Kimpton Hotel Monaco. The accessible entrance is through the hotel main entrance. Accessible restrooms are in the hotel lobby.

    Salt Lake City Main Box Office
    Trolley Square
    602 South 700 East

    The Salt Lake City Main Box Office is located in Trolley Square. Trolley Square has limited accessible parking; accessible parking spaces are available in the ground-level lot on 700 East (in front of the Google Fiber store), as well as in the underground parking garage, accessible from either 500 South or 600 East. The Salt Lake City Main Box Office is located on the second floor by Rodizio Grill and is fully accessible by elevator. Trolley Square has accessible restrooms.

Park City Parking and Transit Accessibility

All Festival routes have wheelchair accessible shuttles, and drivers are trained to provide assistance to those who may need it. Please visit the Sundance Film Festival map for detailed transit routes and access locations.

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..

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.

The Sundance Film Festival honors all DMV-issued ADA placards; however, parking is limited and a DMV-issued ADA placard does not guarantee parking at official Festival theatres and venues.

The Sundance Film Festival does not issue any sort of accessible parking permit.

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Information Booths

Friendly volunteers are ready to assist you at Festival theaters, venues, main shuttle stops, and the following designated information booth locations in Park City.

Chase Sapphire on Main: 573 Main St.
Eccles Theatre: 1750 Kearns Blvd.
Festival Co-op: 608 Main St.
Festival Headquarters: 1895 Sidewinder Dr.
Park City Main Box Office: Gateway Center, 136 Heber Ave. (1st floor)

Lost and Found

If you lose an item, please first check the place where you think you left it. If you still cannot find it, file a claim at sundance.crowdfind.com. Any unclaimed items will be donated to charity after February 14, 2020. For all items lost at non-Festival locations, contact the venue directly.

Park City Alerts

Text FILMFEST to 888777 to receive text alerts about Park City traffic incidents, road closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies (standard text-messaging rates apply).