Utah is getting a brand-new, live music venue, just in time for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. The Marquis Park City is set to open its doors later this month and will see a host of musicians across rock, EDM and hip-hop play the venue for “The Premiere Series,” the venue’s official launch lineup.
Leon Bridges is slated to kick off The Marquis’ opening night on Jan. 18, while The Black Keys will continued “The Premiere Series” with two shows on Jan. 19 and Jan. 21. Odesza will play Jan. 20, while Devo and Lil Jon will play on Jan. 22 as an early and late show double-header. Charlie Crockett will take the stage on Jan. 23, followed by Kaskade on Jan. 26 and a final show by Talking Heads on Jan. 27.
In addition to the Sundance Film Festival “Premiere Series” shows, Steve Aoki will hit up the venue next month on Feb. 23, as will GoldFish on March 16.
“We are so excited to officially debut The Marquis with ‘The Premiere Series’ during the upcoming annual film festival, offering an incredible lineup of highly anticipated performances from in-demand artists across a variety of music genres,” LNE Presents founder Vaughn Carrick said in a press release.
Elsewhere during the festival, music will get to shine on the big screen: Netflix’s The Greatest Night in Pop, a documentary about the recording of the 1985 charity single “We Are the World,” is slated to premiere at Sundance on Jan. 19.
The Sundance Film Festival will takes place from Jan. 18-28.
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