Plan Your Trip

Health and Wellness

BEFORE YOU MAKE YOUR TRAVEL PLANS: The health and safety of our community is paramount, so we will be requiring all participants attending the 2022 Sundance Film Festival (or Festival-affiliated events) in person in Utah to be fully vaccinated at least two weeks prior to attending the Festival. Read more about our COVID-19 policies here.

Lodging

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A portion of all sales supports film and the not-for-profit Sundance Institute.

Choose one of the following gifts when you book your 2022 Festival lodging here.

  • Round-trip airport transportation ($110+ value)
  • 1 Explorer Pass ($50 value)
  • $20–$50 Lyft credit

 

*A $1,000 minimum lodging purchase is required for all rewards valued $50 and over; a $500 minimum lodging purchase is required for all other gifts. Rewards will be delivered after lodging purchase is completed and before the Festival begins.

The 2022 Sundance Film Festival dates are January 20–30, 2022.

The Sundance Film Festival works with accredited lodging options and property managers. All listings have been hand-selected and are properly licensed by Park City Municipal. The Sundance Film Festival lodging site does not represent individually owned and managed homes.

Have questions or need assistance? Our local experts are here to help!
Call us at (877) SFF-STAY (733-7829) or (435) 602-1209

Travel

Getting here is simple. Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) connects to over eight 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.

Getting Around

From the free Festival shuttle to car rentals, Lyft pickup, and private car services, we can help you navigate Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Mountain Resort. Learn more.

Visit Utah

The Sundance Institute is proud to partner with the Utah Office of Tourism. From The Greatest Snow on Earth® and The Mighty Five® to heritage, art, and culture — Utah has it all. Visit Utah.

Explore Park City

With a mix of nightlife, shopping, and art galleries to explore, Park City during the Festival is like nothing else. This mountain town was incorporated in 1884 and has preserved its charm and history.

Between screenings, panels, and other events, make sure you take the time to take in the city and the surrounding area to make the most of your Festival experience. Visit Park City.

Sports and Recreation

Mountain conditions in Park City aren’t just great; they’re epic. Take a break from sitting in a theater and strap on your skis or snowboard to discover Utah’s world-renowned snow.

Deer Valley Resort
Park City Mountain Resort
Sundance Mountain Resort
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Dining and Shopping

Park City’s many award-winning restaurants are among the finest in the Mountain West, reflecting a variety of culinary styles and influences. Check out historic Main Street’s boutiques or visit the Premium Outlets located at Kimball Junction.

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Park City Weather

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History

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.

Explore Salt Lake City

Beyond being the urban gateway to The Greatest Snow On Earth, and home to the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake is a burgeoning city, complete with top-shelf dining, a thriving professional sports scene, a booming brewing and distilling scene, a vibrant culture scene, and much more. See Visit Salt Lake for more information.

Events and Entertainment

Salt Lake boasts six Festival theaters, and is home to an unrivaled independent film community. For two weeks every year, Salt Lake buzzes with creativity and celebration. Come revel in the Festival spirit with all this city has to offer! Learn more.

And for even more insider tips on how to fest in Salt Lake City, click here.

Restaurants and Bars

Salt Lake’s food scene is burgeoning with everything from hip, urban eateries to some of the finest traditional Italian, Greek, and Mexican food in the nation. The bar and brewing options are top shelf with speak-easy-style swank, and classic American-style bars, and award-winning local distilleries. Click here to whet your appetite.

Things to Do

If you’re looking for some fun things to do between screenings, Salt Lake has everything from art galleries and museums to skiing, Broadway performances, professional sports, and more. Forget FOMO and click here for fun in Salt Lake City.

The Salt Lake Scene

Keep up with all the happenings in Salt Lake with the Salt Lake Scene blog. Experience the city like a local, and keep tabs on the thriving culture of Salt Lake. Learn about our Salt of the Earth characters here, and subscribe to our blog to get the word on the Salt Lake buzz, and don’t forget to follow our social channels, too.