2020 DATES ANNOUNCED

SEPT 10-13, 2020

A CELEBRATION OF FOLK,
AMERICANA, COUNTRY, ROCK AND SOUL

SEPT 10-13, 2020

PARK CITY, UTAH

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Park City Songwriter Festival – More than Music

What happens when world-renowned songwriters and the “best small city in America” collide with a purpose?  It’s an entirely new music festival like no other. Park City Songwriter Festival was created to redefine the festival experience by honoring the art of songwriting and connecting fans to the writers as they tell the stories behind the songs that we know and love.  Perhaps Forbes magazine said it best: “Park City Songwriter Festival shatters the barriers that often exist between performer and audience – creating a one of a kind musical experience.”  We are more than a music festival; we are a celebration of life, love and community.

We have carefully crafted our 2nd Annual PCSF to capture the magic of 2019 and to bring to our audience even more opportunities to connect with our songwriters, performers and industry professionals.  We have expanded the festival to include over 60+ award-winning artists, 2 additional days, 7 intimate venues, masterclasses being taught by industry professionals, 2 headliner concerts, and a Sunday Morning Gospel celebration you won’t want to miss.

We care so deeply about the artists and others in our musical family that we again are partnering with two foundations that address the needs of those with mental health and addiction recovery challenges – the Grammy’s Musicares and Anders Osborne’s Send Me A Friend Foundation. The music industry carries with it particular challenges related to these important wellness issues and we at PCSF seek to shed light and awareness to those who may be impacted by these challenges.

The Park City Songwriter Festival is more than music and we are excited to share that experience with you in 2020. 

We would be honored if you would join us!

17 GRAMMY WINS  •  11 GRAMMY NOMINATIONS  • 12 ACM AWARDS  • 04 ACM NOMINATIONS  • 11 ACA WINS  • 09 ACA NOMINATIONS  • 20 CMA NOMINATIONS  • 09 CMA WINS  • 01 TONY NOMINATIONS  • 03 MOST PLAYED SONG  • 05 HALL OF FAME WRITERS  • 54 NUMBER ONE SONGS  • 71 TOP TENS  • 28 TO TWENTIES  • 07 SONG OF THE YEAR WINNERS  • 04 SONG WRITERS OF THE YEAR  • 28 TWO TOP TWENTIES

In 2013 Outside Magazine voted Park City, Utah as the best place to live and be healthy in America. From a defunct silver mining town, to a year round outdoor destination, Park City has it all: from skiing, mountain biking, hiking, restaurants, live music and all around good vibes. Tucked away in in the Wasatch Mountains, Park City hosted numerous events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Not to mention the international airport 30 miles away, there’s no wonder why Outside voted Park City #1.

MULTI-AWARD WINNING

ARTISTS

We have carefully crafted a music festival to feel like a house concert Where listeners get open access to songwriting Hall of famers from Nashville to New Orleans and Austin to LA With the opportunity to hear the real stories behind their hit songs.

HEADLINERS

JOHN POPPER OF BLUES TRAVELER

Founding member of Grammy Award winning Blues Traveler, served as front man with lead vocals and harmonica; A prolific songwriter, composed the majority of the lyrics and music of Blues Traveler’s songs; Latest project is John Popper & the Duskray Troubadours, which plays Americana roots music with Jono Manson who co-wrote much of the material.

MARC
BROUSSARD

Marc Broussard is an American singer-songwriter whose style is best described as “Bayou Soul”, a mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock, and pop, matched with distinct Southern roots. In his career, he has released eight studio albums, one live album, three EPs, and has charted twice on Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks.

ANDERS
OSBORNE

Swedish-born, New Orleans-based Anders Osborne is widely regarded as a musical triple threat: An award-winning song- writer and guitarist, he is also a singer whose raw, emotional delivery informs everything he plays. Osborne artfully melds blues, funk, soul, rock, and vintage R&B to create his own distinctive synthesis.

NORTH MISSISSIPPIS
ALLSTARS

Founded in 1996 by brothers Luther (guitar and vocals) and Cody Dickinson (drums, piano, synth bass, programming and vocals), the now venerable band are entering their third de- cade with perhaps the most vital album of their career creat- ing contemporary relevance with fatback funk, electronic in- novation, slippery soul, and pure unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll.

RITA
WILSON

A multi-talented singer/songwriter, actress and producer. Each of her songs is a powerful narrative that reveals her unique gift for storytelling. Recently released her fourth album, Halfway to Home, which blends Southern California rock with Nashville country

HALL OF FAME AND AWARD WINNING SONGWRITERS

KENT
BLAZY

7 #1’s;  5 with Garth Brooks including “Ain’t Goin’ Down ‘Til the Sun Comes Up” and “If Tomorrow Never Comes.

KEITH
STEGALL

6 #1’s and 13 Top Ten’s, Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Sammy Keshaw, Glen Campbell and George Jones; multiple CMA, ACM and Grammy awarding winning producer

EVEN STEVENS

BMI’s Songwriter of the Century having an unprecedented 53 BMI Awards, and Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee with 14 #1’s including “I Love the Rainy Nights” with Eddie Rabbit

AARON BARKER

Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, 4 #1’s and 6 Top Ten’s, George Strait “Baby Blue”, “Love Without End”, “Amen”,and “Easy Come, Easy Go” and Lonestar “What About Now”

KYLIE
SACKLEY

“Extremely versatile” writer having success with songs recorded everywhere from Leann Rimes, to Alan Jackson, to Sam Hunt to Pink “Nothin’ Bout Love Makes Sense” by Leann Rimes, Walker Hayes’ single “You Broke Up With Me”

CHRIS
WALLIN

3 #1’s and multiple hits including “Don’t Blink” Kenny Chesney; “I’m Tryin’” Trace Adkins; “People Loving People” Garth Brooks; “Something to Be Proud Of” and “Speed” Montgomery Gentry

DANNY
MYRICK

Numerous hit songs, including Craig Morgan’s “InterNational Harvester” Tim Mcgraw’s “Truck Yeah”, 2009’s most played country song, “She’s Country” by Jason Aldean and the recent LOCASH hit song “I Love This Life”

EARL BUD
LEE

#1 hits for the likes of Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” and George Strait “One Night At A Time” and most recently Blake Shelton’s “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”

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5 INTIMATE VENUES, ALL LOCATED ON PARK CITY’S HISTORIC MAIN STREET

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SALOON

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SPEAKEASY

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AN INTIMATE, DIMLY LIT LISTENING ROOM

COMFY TAVERN WITH OLD-WORLD DECOR

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FESTIVAL LODGING

We are excited to announce that all Festival Ticket holders will receive 20% OFF lodging from Park City Lodging. Visit their website to learn more.

Stay Park City is offering $10 – $50 gift cards with booking. All proceeds go to the Park City Songwriter Festival.

To receive additional information or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities please submit your information or call / email us directly.

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