IF YOU ARE ONE OF THE 370,000+ PEOPLE WHO ATTEND A MTM PERFORMANCE THIS YEAR,
PLEASE GIVE NOW TO KEEP THE MUSIC PLAYING!
THE COST: Nearly $650,000 a year to host over 316 live, musical performances throughout Summit County.
300+ SHOWS: In 2023 our various community partners programed, produced, or supported 316 musical performances.
13 Venues: In 2023 our various community partners programmed, produced, or supported musical performances at 13 venues throughout Summit County - Canyons Village; Newpark Town Center; Quarry Village; Woodenshoe Park in Peoa; Great Lawn at High Star Ranch; Park Silly Market; Miner's Park; City Park; Lucky Ones Coffee / PC Library; Promontory; The Senior Center; Banchan, Francis Frontier Days.
1000+ ARTISTS: In 2023 MTM hired 1162 artists for 316 musical performances, with an average of 86% being local UTAH artists, 45% were female fronted bands or female solo performances, 16% were people of color or Latinx, and 8% identified LBGTQ
LOCAL SOUND ENGINEERS: MTM hired 8 professional Utah-based sound engineers and used 14 paid high school interns & 15 paid college interns to help with audio production at our various stages.
350,000+ PEOPLE ATTEND: In 2023, 377,400 people attended a Mountain Town programmed, produced, or supported event.
$3.1 Million - MTM GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY: Mountain Town Music and its various community partners were able to give back over $3.1 million back to the local community in the form of free entertainment value, boosted tourism revenue and increasing the local economy
MTM's MICHAEL JAMES RICHARDS MEMORIAL FUND SUPPORTS YOUTH EDUCATION, STUDENT INTERNS & SCHOLARSHIPS: More than just free music, MTM's MMF (Michael Memorial Fund) supports youth in music education. Conducting one of the only high school audio engineering programs in the region, MMF provides students with education, internships, and even scholarships for students studying Music in college. Over $20,000 in scholarships awarded in 2023!
10+ NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY PARTNERS: Mountain Town Music works with the following non-profits to enhance their events with music: Park Silly Sunday Market, Youth Sports Alliance, Kimball Arts Center, The Christian Center, Main Street Gallery Association, KPCW, The Rotary Club, Park City Community Foundation, Park City Summit County Arts Council, More Than Music Foundation and many more.