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Iconic Main Street music venue Harry O’s reopens as The Marquis Park City

Marquis Park City will celebrate its grand reopening over the upcoming New Year’s Eve weekend featuring confirmed performances from Nas Dec. 28, Louis The Child Dec. 29, and DJ Spider Dec. 31, with more acts to come in the new year.

PARK CITY, Utah — The Marquis Park City, previously known as Park City Live and Harry O’s, has announced its reopening and a new partnership with LNE Presents, a Salt Lake City-based entertainment company. This collaboration aims to enhance Utah’s entertainment scene, addressing the gap in full-service music venues in Park City since the closure of Park City Live.

Marquis Park City will celebrate its grand reopening over the upcoming New Year’s Eve weekend featuring confirmed performances from Nas Dec. 28, Louis The Child Dec. 29, and DJ Spider Dec 31, with more acts to come in the new year.

The venue has completed extensive renovations, and the timing of the announcement coincides with the 40th annual Sundance Film Festival, taking place Jan. 18-28.

Key upgrades include a larger capacity of 1,200 guests, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, a bigger stage and enhanced guest services.

As the festival draws the global film industry to Park City, Marquis is poised to provide a prime venue for featuring musical talent alongside cinematic excellence.

“This partnership is a milestone for both LNE Presents and myself, personally. Considering I began my addiction to live music in this venue back when it was Harry O’s, I feel like I’ve made my way home after leaving over a decade ago,” said LNE Presents Founder, Vaughn Carrick.

The Marquis is Utah's newest music venue, continuing the revival of Park City's live music legacy from the heart of historic Main Street

Tickets for the upcoming shows are available here.

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