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Sugar is newest nightlife destination in Park City

Published January 19, 2012 5:01 pm
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Park City's newest nightlife destination is Sugar, which has opened at 268 Main St. — the same place where the House of Blues Foundation Room was last year.

Run by CMG Marketing Group — the same guys who booked many, if not most, of the acts at the now-defunct Harry O's — Suagr will host an evening concert series featuring the world's best DJs and live performances during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Sugar will give Park City Live (the venue now where Harry O's was) a run for its money this year as the hottest place for nightlife during the Festival. (Downstairs ain't too shabby, either). Sugar is a sweet new taste to Main Street, offering 6,300 sq. foot contemporary-style event space featuring plush modular furniture and state-of-the-art audio and visual capabilities.I think the biggest news is Sebastian Ingrosso from Swedish House Mafia paying at Park City.

Here is a schedule for the upcoming week: Morgan Page 'In The Air' Tour • Thursday, January 19 Official After Party for 'The Invisible War' Hosted by Mary J. Blige with Special Performance by Estelle and DJ Jesse Marco to benefit Protecting Our Defenders and SWAN • Friday, January 20 Official After Party for 'Luv' with Special Performance by Common and DJ Politik Sponsored by Express • Monday, January 23 Kendrick Lamar with DJ Brisk • Wednesday, January 25 Sebastian Ingrosso with Opening Set by DJ K • Thursday, January 26 Nas with DJ Brisk • Friday, January 27 For ticket info, go to ticketcake.com

Take a look at Sugar: http://tamzdesigns.com/clients/sugar_branding/

— David Burger




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