PARK CITY, Utah – Park City will be getting silly every Sunday for the rest of the summer, and the festivities started Sunday.
The Park Silly Sunday Market opened for its eighth summer, and an average of 12,000 people are expected to attend the open air market on Park City’s historic Main Street.
The event features activities for kids, non-profit booths, a bloody mary bar and performance art.
Kate Boyd is the director of operations for the market, and she spoke about its offerings.
“Every morning at 10 a.m. we kick off and we will ultimately start off with either yoga or Zumba,” Boyd said. “A new live band kicks off at 11, we have a great farmers market up by the post office on Main Street, they’ve also got live music, fresh produce, great gourmet food vendors.”
The market is open to people of all ages and admission is free. Parking can be problematic, so organizers recommend participants bike, walk or take public transportation.