Join the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation for its inaugural Anti-Gala. Held on July 14 from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., this fundraising event strictly prohibits bow ties and heels, opting instead for a night of fun at the Utah Olympic Park.
For $100, general admission tickets will allow guests unlimited access to extreme zip lines, extreme tubing and the alpine slide. Food will also be provided by Riverhorse on Main, “an eclectic American restaurant.”
Changing Lanes Band, the evening's main act, “promises to deliver their signature high-energy style and infectious summer sound.”
For $2,000, guests can purchase a special Fire Pit Package. The Fire Pit Package includes reserved seating and admission for 10 people, as well as a private fire pit with a S'mores Basket provided by Riverhorse on Main.
“As Utah's Olympic Legacy grows, it is critical that we involve the community in our fundraising efforts,” said Colin Hilton, the president and CEO of the Olympic Legacy Foundation. “We look forward to sharing the Legacy Foundation's plans for the future, as we continue to emphasize the importance and impact of sports and recreation in everyday life.”
Proceeds from the Anti-Gala will go toward the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation. The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation is dedicated to making Utah a premier Olympic sports training and event destination. Proving that Olympic venues can continue to stay relevant, the foundation provides sports opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.
Get your tickets online or in person at the Utah Olympic Park. After July 10 though, ticket price goes up to $125. The Olympic Park is located in Park City at 3419 Olympic Parkway.