Where can I purchase tickets?
All tickets for Deer Valley® Music Festival (DVMF) can be purchased at the Abravanel Hall Ticket Office, 123 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 or by calling 801-533-NOTE (801-533-6683). For a complete list of official ticket outlets and options, please visit our Ticket Info page.
Where is Will Call?
Performances at Deer Valley Resort: On the night of the performance, Will Call is at the ticket office on the plaza adjacent to Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Lodge. Will Call opens approximately two hours before the performance begins. You will need to show valid picture I.D. to pick up tickets.
Performances at St. Mary’s Church: On the night of the performance, Will Call is located in the lobby of the performance venue. Will Call opens approximately two hours before the performance begins. You will need to show valid picture I.D. to pick up tickets.
Is re-entry allowed?
Reentry to performances is allowed only with a valid DVMF handstamp and ticket.
What is your refund policy?
All ticket sales are final. Refunds are not given for changes in performance dates, times, artists, or programs. In case of rain, a decision to cancel a performance will not be made until the performance starting time. If a performance is canceled due to weather, you will be given the option of exchanging your tickets for an upcoming Utah Symphony | Utah Opera performance or receiving a refund. If a performance is merely shortened because of weather, no refunds or exchanges will be issued.
What is your ticket reprinting policy?
No ticket reprinting is available for General Admission seating. Please safeguard your tickets and treat them as if they were cash.
If you are 18 or younger, you are eligible for a Youth discount to most Deer Valley® Music Festival performances. High School students should be prepared to show a school ID at the performance when they hand their tickets to the usher.
Children under 3 are free on the lawn.
Groups of ten (10) or more receive group discounts to most Deer Valley® Music Festival performances. For more information, please contact our ticket office at 801-533-6683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parking & Travel Information
What is the best route to drive to the Deer Valley® Music Festival?
There are two available routes to Deer Valley Resort. Under normal conditions, Highway 224 is the fastest route. See our map for more details. St. Mary’s Church is located directly off of Highway 224.
Where can I park?
Free parking is available for all events. Parking for events located at Deer Valley Resort is north of Snow Park Lodge on Deer Valley Drive South. Parking is also available in the lots at St. Mary’s Church. Please allow for extra time due to traffic when arriving and leaving the performances and be courteous to other drivers.
Is VIP parking available?
VIP Parking is available in the first parking lot north of Snow Park Lodge for performances at Deer Valley Resort. In order to park in the VIP lot, you must have a current DVMF VIP Parking Pass. To arrive at the VIP Parking lot, please follow the signs at the resort on Deer Valley Drive South. For more information on participating in our VIP program, please visit our VIP Page.
Is ADA parking available?
ADA parking is available in the parking lot northeast of Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Lodge. Please follow the signs on Deer Valley Drive South for ADA parking. A valid disability-parking permit is required. Please call the ticket office at 801-533-NOTE (6683) in advance for limited wheelchair and other accessable seating. There is limited space, but you may utilize the drop of zone in front of the ticket office.
Is public transportation available to the resort?
There are shuttles from various hotels and resorts as well as the Park City Bus that will drop you off directly in front of Snow Park Lodge at Deer Valley Resort. Visit parkcity.org for more information and a schedule.
What time does the gate open?
The gate opens approximately two hours prior to the performance. All unattended items in line will be removed. If you have a “Fast Pass,” you may enter through the Fast Pass Entrance (just west of the General Entrance) to bypass the line and enter the venue first. Purchase a Fast Pass through the Ticket Office or as part of a VIP package.
Can I reserve seats in the General Admission section at Deer Valley Resort?
Once the gate is open, please be considerate of other patrons and only reserve enough space for the number of people in your party. We cannot be responsible for unattended items.
How is seating organized at DVMF performances?
All Lawn Seating is General Admission. Chair seating for lawn patrons is located on the left side of the venue (as you face the stage), while blankets-only seating is on the right side of the venue. You may bring your own chairs and blankets, however, the seat of the chair may not exceed nine inches off the ground (if you can roll a basketball under the chair, it is too high). Strollers and coolers of any size are welcome in this area.
The reserved section, the first 10 rows of the Reserved Section are considered Premium Reserved. Chairs in the reserved section are 7″ off the ground (chairs slope to accommodate the grade of the hill). Strollers and large coolers are not allowed in the reserved section. As a courtesy to our performers, crossing in front of the stage during the performance and the use of recording devices and/or photography will not be allowed.
Seating at St. Mary’s Church is general admission. Chairs are provided.
Please call the ticket office at 801-533-NOTE (6683) in advance for limited wheelchair and other assessable seating.
Can I bring my own chair to DVMF performances?
If your ticket is in the reserved or ADA sections, a chair will be provided for you. If you need to bring your own ADA chair, a tag will be provided at the ticket office so that your chair can enter the venue. If your ticket is general admission you are welcome to bring a chair provided it sits 9” or less from the ground. There are no exceptions to this rule. Chairs can be set up on the left side of the venue (as you face the stage). Chairs meeting the height requirements are available to rent on the night of the performance for $6.
Please call the ticket office at 801-533-NOTE (6683) in advance for limited wheelchair and other accessible seating.
Is ADA and wheelchair seating available?
There is a limited amount of wheelchair and other accessible seating available. In order to accommodate as many of our guests with special needs as possible in the ADA section, you may purchase up to four seats in this section. Seats are numbered. Please be sensitive to the needs of others when requesting tickets in our ADA section. Service animals trained to assist the disabled are welcome at our performances and do not require you to sit in the ADA section. If you need other assistance call the ticket office at least 24 hours in advance of the performance at 801-533-NOTE (6683).
Is VIP Seating available?
A limited number of seats in the Premium Reserved section are reserved for VIP patrons. For more information on VIP Packages, please visit our VIP Page.
Can I bring a picnic?
Food and beverages may be brought to performances at the Deer Valley Resort. In addition, a full concession stand is available at the venue. Flames of any kind are not allowed on the hill, so please BBQ your food before you arrive at the performance. Large coolers are not allowed in the reserved section. No food or beverages are permitted at performances at St. Mary’s Church, but concessions are available during intermission.
Are concessions available?
Deer Valley Resort sells gourmet picnic baskets which serve one, and can be picked up prior to each concert. To place an order, please call 435-645-6650 or visit www.deervalley.com. Orders must be placed and purchased by 5 p.m. the day prior to the event.
Though picnics are encouraged for any performance, the Deer Valley concession stand will also be available. The concession stand will sell burgers and hot dogs, chicken and pulled pork sandwiches, Deer Valley’s Famous Turkey Chili Nachos, Caesar salads, snacks and beverages. Beer is available for purchase from the Deer Valley Etc. Store.
New options available for this concert season include: vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan entrees and Children’s Picnic Bags. Deer Valley Gourmet Picnic Baskets and Bags are a stuffed full of goodies like smoked salmon, chilled filet of beef or signature wraps, as well as fresh fruit, marinated antipasto, artisan cheese and housemade desserts. They are an ideal way to indulge in an enchanting evening under the mountain skies.
Can you accommodate a group or corporate event?
Certainly! Please call 801-869-NOTE (801-533-6683) to customize your event package and discuss performance dates, seating options, catering, lodging, and other accommodations for your group. Group rates are available for groups of ten or more to select performances.
Are lodging packages and discounts available?
We have partnered with many area resorts and hotels to provide lodging packages and discounts. Please visit our Park City Lodging Page for an up-to-date list of available packages and discounts.
How should I dress?
Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater is an outside mountain venue that is on a ski slope with a steep incline, so come prepared with comfortable shoes with support. Please remember that when the sun sets, it gets cool. Plan to bring a sweater or jacket to the performance. Also, because weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, an umbrella may come in handy. All performances occur rain or shine.
Is smoking allowed?
Smoking of any kind is only allowed on the south side of the plaza deck behind the Snow Park Lodge Ticket Offices. All performances are non-smoking shows.
Are pets allowed?
No. Service animals trained to assist the disabled are welcome. Please contact the ticket office at 801-533-NOTE (801-533-6683) 24 hours in advance of the performance to ensure that adequate space is available for your animal.
What are the photography rules?
No flash photography or recording of any kind is allowed during the concert.
Attending the Deer Valley® Music Festival can literally take your breath away. Depending on where you are in Park City, the altitude varies from 6,800 to 10,000 feet above sea level. We recommend that you drink a lot of water to stay hydrated. The air is thin, so pace yourself – the effects of exercise and alcohol are magnified at high altitudes.
Please be courteous of other patrons sitting behind you. We ask that you don’t block their view with large objects (i.e. strollers, umbrellas, etc.). No umbrellas or chair awnings are allowed once the performance has begun. If they are up, you will be asked to take them down when the concert starts.