Park Silly Sunday Market takes over Main Street

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PARK CITY, Utah -- Park City likes to get silly with their Sunday market, and an open-air market on Main Street opened Sunday and will return each Sunday through September.

The Park Silly Sunday Market, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., features a wide variety of things, including artists, chefs and even bartenders.

Rachel Tilton of Top Shelf Bar Tending said the market shuts down a portion of the street.

“They close off most of Main Street,” she said. “You can walk up and down, take your time, or you can take a seat and soak in the crowd.”

Tilton said the Bloody Mary Bar lets people get hands on with their beverage.

“It is an interactive Bloody Mary Bar,” she said. “...You know when you go to the dinosaur park and you are a kid and you get to dig for the bones? This is similar but on a 21 and older level.”

For the under 21 crowd, there are still plenty of attractions. Scotty Soltronic is a DJ and artist, and he brings the music to the streets with a unique booth.

“This is the solar saucer,” he said. “It's a solar-powered DJ booth. It's a mobile solar-powered DJ booth, and I'm just making stuff out of stuff I found in the garbage.”

Unlike a farmers market, the Park Silly Sunday Market focuses more on artists. For more information on the market, visit their website or Facebook page.