Steve Aoki, Ludacris, Kaskade to Play Sundance's Park City Live Concert Series
The film festival's concert schedule kicks off Jan. 16 with O.A.R. and Matisyahu, also including performances by Skylar Grey, Nervo and Dash Berlin.
This article first appeared on Billboard.com.
Ludacris, Steve Aoki, Nervo, O.A.R. and Kaskade are among the performers named to the line-up for the Park City Live Concert Series, which runs during the famed Sundance Film Festival later this month.
The initial nighttime concert schedule starts Jan. 16 with O.A.R. and Matisyahu, and continues with shows by Kaskade (feat. Skylar Grey), Steve Aoki, Nervo, Dash Berlin and Ludacris. See an event schedule and purchase tickets at parkcitylive.net.
Additional Concert Series slots will be announced closer to the start of the Utah city’s annual festival, which runs from Jan. 16-26.
The festivities this year includes the inaugural daytime PCL Day Lounge, an interactive club and lounge experience which counts Billboard as its exclusive media partner.
During the day, exclusive media partner Billboard will host interviews from the Sonos Home Theater Lounge, where celebrities and artists will hang out and catch some downtime from the event.
"With so many parallels between music and entertainment, Sundance is the perfect place to bring the synergy to life for a targeted audience of influential tastemakers," comments Billboard president John Amato. "This is a first for Billboard, which is expanding beyond the endemic music event space and bringing live music experiences, matched with its authority and access, to major cultural events."
Park City Live is located at 427 Main Street, Park City.
Visit billboard.com during the festival for exclusive interviews, and select live performances from the Park City Live Concert Series and from Billboard's film festival coverage.
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