Anyone from Salt Lake City or Park City knows about Harry O's. Park City's biggest and most active nightclub and concert venue has brought to Utah some of the state's most celebrated shows and best parties of all time. Known for attracting the most famous and popular musicians from around the globe, Harry O's has hosted legends like Paul Oakenfold, Kaskade and The Roots. During the high-profile Sundance Film Festival, this venue has always been the go-to stage for the event's best concerts and celebrity sightings.
Despite its decades of success, the club nevertheless ran into administrational troubles and was forced to close. Not missing a beat, new ownership swooped in and picked up the space. After a short and intense renovation project, this venue has reopened, reinstating this building as Park City's first-rate live music venue. Opening its doors in early 2012, Park City Live has given this already great venue a breath of fresh air, and has pledged to provide this ski resort town a rich schedule of top-notch shows from popular genres.
If you haven't been to Park City for a concert, you should check out Park City Live's online schedule. This 10,000-square-foot, two-level venue is set up to provide nothing but killer evenings. With four bars, VIP seating, state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment, and plenty of dancing space, this venue rivals some of the country's best.