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Park City Live gets permanent liquor license

Published June 28, 2012 3:14 pm
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Park City Live, a live music venue operating at 427 Main Street in Park City — the former location of Harry O's — received approval for their permanent liquor license at the July 26 Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control Commission Meeting.

Kathryn Burns, owner of the venue, said in a press release: "I am thrilled that we now have the freedom to open our venue on a more consistent basis to community and corporate events. Our vision is to bring the best in live music concerts to this beautiful city."Local Salt Lake City favorite reggae band Natural Roots performs live on Friday, June 29. Beats Antique performs on July 10, and two-time Grammy nominee Morgan Page will headline July 20. Kaskade's "Freaks of Nature" Tour sets down at Park City Live on July 31. And singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin will perform on August 9.




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