Park City’s newest exclusive music venue, in partnership with LNE Presents, is an impressive concert space set to officially debut with “The Premiere Series” lineup, kicking off on Jan. 18
The Marquis Park City will open its doors in the heart of Main Street, just ahead of the highly anticipated annual Sundance Film Festival. Debuting a fully remodeled and renovated all new nightlife space featuring state of the art sound and lighting technology, The Marquis offers Park City a music destination like it has never seen before.
Located in the historic building that once played home to notable entities Harry O’s and Park City Live, the music legacy will live on within legendary walls that have welcomed a slew of music icons over the last few decades. Sundance Film Festival attendees and locals alike will experience a new era of live performers and evolved sound at the Main Street mainstay, inclusive of world renowned talent and globally recognized, in demand recording artists, bands and DJs, as well as up and coming musicians.
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Their impressive official launch lineup in place for Sundance 2024, dubbed as “The Premiere Series,” leaves little to be desired, representing the top names in Indie rock, rock, EDM, country, blues, R&B, rap and hip hop. Highlighted by The Black Keys on Jan. 19 and again on Jan. 21, Odesza on Jan. 20, DEVO on Jan. 22 celebrating 50 years of Devo-lution, Lil Jon on January 22 as a late night double header (and birthday celebration), Charley Crockett on Jan. 23, Kaskade on Jan. 26, and Dirty Heads on Jan. 27.
It officially kicks off on Jan. 18 with Leon Bridges, an evening presented by Chase Sapphire. The Jan. 21 programming will also feature an activation by Film.io. Additional artists for Jan. 24 and 25 are still to be announced. The Black Keys will also feature a supporting performance by Gabe Carter and Odesza will feature an opening by Phantoms.
“At The Marquis, guests will essentially get to experience what will feel like a private show with top-tier artists,” says Vaughn Carrick, founder of LNE Presents. “From Leon Bridges and The Black Keys to Odesza, Kaskade, and more, our Sundance timed Premiere Series sets the tone for our programming plans. Imagine the thrill of seeing one of your favorite artists who you would otherwise only get to see perform at a 10,000-seat venue, but, instead, having the rare opportunity to witness them play live to just you and a handful of other diehard fans. There are only a handful of venues in the US that are known for booking arena and amphitheater level acts in such an intimate space.”
In addition to the upcoming release of the “The Premiere Series” lineup to take place during Sundance at The Marquis, they are thrilled to announce highly anticipated future shows inclusive of a Feb. 23 special performance by Steve Aoki, and Goldfish on March 16, as part of their Snow Tour ‘24.
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The Marquis Park City is focused on reviving the live music legacy of Park City, in partnership with leading full-service entertainment company LNE Presents. The Marquis is a cutting-edge multi-level performance space with a capacity of 1200, state-of-the-art lighting, enhanced guest amenities and an expanded stage, a sound system designed by established designer Dave Rat, and delivered through an Immaculate L-Acoustics K3 system, which promises an unparalleled concert experience in Park City.
The venue was marked by a New Year’s Eve 2024 soft launch preview shows featuring in-demand sold out performances from Nas and Louis The Child, and recent shows by Paul Oakenfeld and Afrojack.
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