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Live DJ Set by LMFAO's Redfoo among acts at former location of Harry O's during Sundance

Published January 10, 2012 11:16 am
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PARK CITY LIVE ("PCL") today announced the Grand Opening of Park City Live @ 427 Main St., Park City, Utah – the former location known as Harry O's.

Dustin Esson, of 3Four Group, in a press release, said "PCL is sure to be Park City's most exciting and innovative NEW nightlife hotspot, with an exciting grand opening to coincide with the Sundance Film Festival's opening weekend."

Kathryn Burns, CEO & new owner of the venue, added, "We are thrilled to be presenting one of the biggest Sundance lineups ever to take place in Park City for Sundance Film Festival."

Dustin Esson, who will be handling Booking, Marketing & VIP services for the venue said, "We could not be more excited to have landed the biggest, most relevant party act in the world opening weekend of Sundance – PLC has partnered with Redfoo's clothing brand Party Rock to

launch the official Sundance 2012 House of Party Rock, featuring a live DJ Set by LMFAO's Redfoo & The Party Rock Crew on Saturday, January 21.

The venue will host THE HOUSE OF PARTY ROCK January 19–21, which will feature the 'Party Rock Boutique' by day and will transform into a nightclub each evening with the first event.

They also announced that Deadmau5 will perform live Sunday, January 22. Also performing will be Sean Anderson, aka Big Sean, the newest hip-hop artist signed to G.O.O.D. Music/Island Def Jam.




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