Miner’s Day is a great way to wrap up summer with live music in the park, courtesy of Mountain Town Music. Bring a blanket, camp out on the City Park hillside and enjoy the music. There will be live music throughout most of the afternoon during the Miner’s Day celebration.
2021 MINERS’ DAY BAND SCHEDULE
11:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. – The Wyld
2:30 – 4:00 p.m. – Fuse ‘N Rock
Local Park City band composed of seasoned musicians who love to entertain and write and play music together. The Wyld plays a mix of originals and covers comprised of rock, funk, and pop genres. Crowds will sing and dance along, or sit back and chill to the groovy and soul filled originals. Members include:
Ron Reilly: Drummer and skier extraordinaire
John “Shaky” Parker: Master guitar soloist
John Perry: What doesn’t he do? He’s our Renaissance composer, vocalist, and guitarist
Brian McInerney: It’s all about the BASS, especially with this guy!
Jessica Kahn: Balancing out the dudes, vocalist, mad lyrics, and keyboards for fun
Fuse ‘N Rock
Fuse ‘N Rock is part of the Fuse ‘N Musical Collective.
They are a fine cocktail of musicians from bands around the Wasatch Front and Back, Snyderville Station, Tres Hombres, Non-Prophets, The Electric Moose Band, The Mondays, Slide Harpo, The Park City Follies, Saturday’s Voyeur, Bomb Cyclone, Talia Keys and Marinade, Phoenix Rising, Radio Rhythm Makers, Kate LeDuce, Funk Schwa and many, many more.
They are ready to Shake, Groove, Rock and Roll for any event or venue. Keep your eyes and ears open for sister bands Fuse ‘N Swing, Fuse ‘N Folk, Fuse ‘N Boogie.
Thanks to Mountain Town Music for programming the City Park stage!