Next week Park City will be overrun with celebs, media, and insiders for the Sundance Film Festival. Created by Robert Redford, the festival sheds light the hard work on well-known as well as notable filmmakers and actors. Over the years Sundance Film Festival has become more than films, it has been deemed as the perfect weekend getaway filled with chic activations paired with breathtaking views, and not to mention many instagrammable moments.
We’ve gathered a few of must-see events over the first weekend of the festival (updating)! Take a look and let us know your favorites in the comments!
DIRECTV Lodge presented by AT&T:
January 19th-January 21st
660 Main St.
Throughout the weekend DirecTV Lodge will be created the perfect lounge to escape the winter temps! Keep warm with hot chocolate, cocktails as well as light bites. To be honest, it’s pretty tough not to spend the day here, as it is the culinary and entertainment hotspot on Main Street!
Multiple premiere parties, inspirational brunches, as well as daytime activations will be happening. DirecTV Lodge for years has been a nice central place to go for an afternoon pick-up and is probably one of the most notable central points for insiders at Sundance!
Eco-Luxe Sundance Lounge:
255 Main Street
Jan 20th & 21st
Guests of the Eco-Luxe Lounge can expect a nice warm get-away filled with tons of great products, food, and a full-bar. The elite event takes place once again at the Blue Iguana! You can expect to see celebs join the fun and take a break from the madness of Main St.
427 Main Street
January 18th – January 21st
The four-day event is THE ONE you do not want to miss! Created by Mimi Kim, ChefDance brings everyone together to enjoy a decadent, fine meal prepped by reputable chefs while enjoying wine and tons of laughter. ChefDance is an experience that engages all of your senses.
Rock & Reilly’s Park City:
427 Main Street
Jan 18th – 24th
Rock & Reilly’s Park City is serving as the hub for many activations during Sundance. From day parties, pop-ups, and even multiple premiere parties Rock & Reilly’s is delivering on all fronts.
Rock & Reilly’s Daytime Lounge Presented by J.Crew, NYLON and Roku (11AM-4PM)
NYLON will be producing video, digital editorial, and social content from their interview lounge. The lounge will also feature brand activations from J.Crew and Roku. J.Crew will be hosting a “Denim by You” customization bar at Sundance Film Festival giving talent, influencers and guests the opportunity to curate J.Crew denim looks with patches and custom calligraphy by notable illustrator, Sam Teich. Roku will be gifting their media streaming players and inviting guests to enjoy hot chocolates and hot toddies provided by Raaka Chocolate and Pendleton Whiskey in their “Hygge Lounge.” Hair, nails, and makeup will be provided courtesy of beGlammed.
Saturday, January 20th:
“Tyrel” and “Piercing” Premiere Party at Rock & Reilly’s (6PM-8PM)
Celebs attending the premiere party will include: Caleb Landry Jones, Mia Wasikowska, Christopher Abbott, Ann Dowd, Wendell Pierce
Monday, January 22nd:
Mitu Brunch at Rock & Reilly’s (11AM-1PM)
Kentucky Film Commission Party at Rock & Reilly’s (4PM-6:30PM)
The Official “Monster” Premiere After Party at Rock & Reilly’s (10PM-1AM)
Celebs you can expect: John Legend, A$AP Rocky, Spike and Tonya Lewis Lee, Jennifer Hudson, Nikki Silver, Jeffrey Wright.
Friday – Monday
Wanderluxxe, once again, is delivering a full slate of events while at Sundance. From daily coffee from Peet’s Coffee and daily happy hours with Casamigos Apres Ski with Apex Social Club to daily fitness classes with SoulCycle expert Trammell Logan. The central hub will also host film events, private parties, intimate brunches, complete with performances. This is one list you’re going to want to be on!
Let us know your favorites in the comments! Hope to see you in Park City!
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