PARK CITY, Utah – As fall descends on Utah, the Park Silly Sunday Market comes to an end.
Sunday was the final day of the open-air market for this season, which spanned 15 Sundays regardless of inclement weather.
The market featured hundreds of vendors, live music and entertainment, play areas for children as well as food and drink. This summer the market celebrated their 100th silly market day.
Sponsor coordinator Mickell Smith said the market keeps getting bigger.
“We usually have anywhere from 11,000 to 14,000 people here, so it’s been jam-packed this summer,” she said. “It’s been amazing to see the turnout, and we just expect it to keep on growing.”
The market has been held on Main Street in Park City for the last seven years, and the group plans to return next year.