2019 Fis world championship
Utah will welcome over 1,300 teams and athletes from more than 40 countries for 10 days of winter action sports events. All three resorts will develop their own unique elements to celebrate the competitions that they respectively host and these unique elements. Never before have all of these sports come together in such an historic location.
You’re sure to get hungry watching athletes competing for gold in Slopestyle, Big Air, Halfpipe, Aerials, and Moguls so here is your guide to the best dining spots for the 2019 FIS Freestyle World Championships. While on the hill you don’t need to go far, both the Canyons Village and Park City Village have multiple dining options right at the base. For those watching competitors in the big air events at the Canyons Village, there is Drafts Burger Bar, Red Tail Grill, and Murdock’s Café. When you’re in town at the Park City Village make your way to the Pig Pen Saloon, The Cornerstore, or Baja Cantina.
When events have concluded for the day and it’s time to leave the snow reach for your MounTins pack to begin exploring some of Park City’s best dining options. Main Street is the place to be at night in Park City and you won’t be disappointed to save $10 off at Collies BBQ, Harvest, Tekila, Provisions by Riverhorse, or The Mustang. If you’re the type that prefers a more laid-back evening try Maxwell’s and Myrtle Rose in Kimball Junction.
FIS Sponsored Events
There are many events affiliated with the World Championships for you to enjoy.
Feb. 2 Opening Ceremonies Featuring The Main Squeeze and Fireworks - 6:00 PM
Feb. 5. Joe Hertler and The Rainbow Seekers - Canyons Village - 5:00 PM
Feb. 8-10 Art of an Athlete - Nelson Cottage by High West
Feb. 6-10 Vendor Village - Park City Village - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Feb. 6-9 Deer Valley Apres - Edgar’s Beer and Spirit Lounge - 2:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Feb. 10 Closing Ceremonies feat. Lupe Fiasco and Fireworks - Lower Main Street - 4:00 PM
Park City is a mountain that doesn’t quit! But when the lifts do, let the Après go into the night.
When you’re on the mountain there is a VIP tent and fireworks at the Red Tail Grill for $125 per person on both February 2nd and February 5th.
The Spur at 351 Main Street has live music every day featuring dueling pianos on February 3 and February 7, be sure to try their ‘Spur’ whiskey.
Opening and Closing Ceremonies which include fireworks, live music, and the popular vendor village.
Park City Live night club with Martin Garrix and Kaskade.
Only the best advance to finals. Follow this schedule so you won’t miss them go all out for the gold!
Feb. 2 Freeski Big Air – 7:00 PM – Canyons Village
Feb. 5 Snowboard Big Air Final – 7:00 PM – Canyons Village
Feb. 6 Freeski Slopestyle Final – 11:00 AM Park City Village
Feb. 6 Freestyle Aerials Final 7:00 PM – Deer Valley
Feb. 6. Freestyle Team Aerials Final – 7:00 PM – Deer Valley
Feb. 8 Snowboard Halfpipe Final – 11:00 AM – Park City Village
Feb. 8. Freestyle Moguls Final – 7:00 PM – Deer Valley
Feb. 9 Freeski Halfpipe Final – 11:00 AM – Park City Village
Feb. 9 Freestyle Dual Moguls Final – 7:00 PM – Deer Valley
Feb. 10 Snowboard Slopestyle Final – 11:00 AM – Park City Village