Salesforce Music Lodge Celebrates Trailblazers Making Change In Its 3 Day Event Held During The Sundance Film Festival

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This year celebrates the 15th Anniversary of the annual Music Lodge, which is one of the longest running celebrity invitation-only venues held during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. 2019’s event will officially be known as the Salesforce Music Lodge.

This year celebrates the 15th Anniversary of the annual Music Lodge, which is one of the longest running celebrity invitation-only venues held during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

“Every year, I have made a conscious effort to have a cause associated with the Music Lodge,” says Lisa Precious, Music Lodge Executive Producer. “So the theme of this year’s event to focus on social change and charities is such a fulfilling way to commemorate the Music Lodge’s 15th anniversary.”

Friday, January 25 - Sunday, January 27        
Open Daily: 10am-6pm
710 Main Street, Park City, Utah            

This year celebrates the 15th Anniversary of the annual Music Lodge, which is one of the longest running celebrity invitation-only venues held during the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. 2019’s event will officially be known as the Salesforce Music Lodge.

By day, the Salesforce Music Lodge will serve as the Associated Press Festival Headquarters for its 12th year at the Music Lodge, with a constant flow of high-profile celebrities stopping by for TV interviews, photo shoots and film cast portraits.

“Every year, I have made a conscious effort to have a cause associated with the Music Lodge,” says Lisa Precious, Music Lodge Executive Producer. “So the theme of this year’s event to focus on social change and charities is such a fulfilling way to commemorate the Music Lodge’s 15th anniversary.”

The Make Change Studio @ Salesforce Music Lodge will host a pop-up gallery exhibition with renowned music photographer Danny Clinch opening Friday, January 25th at 4 PM. Salesforce Music Lodge will also host daily conversations with KCRW host Anne Litt, in discussion with Danny, Ben Jaffe - Preservation Hall Foundation founder, and Win Butler & Régine Chassagne from Arcade Fire – about creating positive social change through music.

On Friday, January 25th, the Fireside Stage will feature Jackie Chan as he raises awareness about protecting our environment with the premiere of his 'Green Hero' exhibit at The Leonardo - Museum of Creativity and Innovation. Singer-songwriter Ava Della Pietra, original cast member of Broadway’s School of Rock, will perform Sunday, January 27 for the anti-bullying organization No Bully.

Invite only guests will enjoy a hosted bar, DJ and cultural cuisine from presenting sponsor, Louisiana Office of Tourism and New Orleans. This serves as a backdrop to a new documentary, A Tuba to Cuba, about the history of New Orleans jazz. Louisiana Office of Tourism and Louisiana Seafood will feature fresh Gulf seafood, steaming gumbo, and an oyster bar topped with Cajun Caviar. Ace Hotel New Orleans and Maison de la Luz will be gifting stays for weekend getaways to the birthplace of jazz to experience an evening at the famed Preservation Hall.

After being so warmly received by Music Lodge guests last year, dōTERRA, the world leader in essential oils, will return this year to gift special wellness packages. Also gifting in the health and beauty category is QYKSonic, maker of beauty devices that simplify skincare, including the ZOE™ collection. Cameo is a digital marketplace that lets fans book personalized video shoutouts from their favorite people. And New Orleans based KREWE Sunglasses will be gifting small batch designer shades.

By night, the focus on causes continues as Salesforce Music Lodge hosts concerts on its main stage from world-renowned artists -- including By night, the Music Lodge will host concerts from world-renowned artists -- including Arcade Fire’s Win Butler and Régine Chassagne for the group’s charity “Kanpe” and Sunday’s finale with Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

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