Today it was announced concert promoter, impresario and publisher of Relix Magazine, Peter Shapiro and Newport Folk and Jazz Festival executive producer, Jay Sweet will talk to CBS Senior Culture and National Correspondent Anthony Mason at the Park City Song Summit during its gathering in Park City, Utah, on Sept. 7-10.

The three men are expected to converse in a panel, billed as a “Summit Lab,” to further understand the lasting legacy of classic live music venues and the oldest and longest-running festival in the United States.

Park City Song Summit’s aim is to redefine the live music experience by creating an environment for fans, industry professionals and musicians to share, educate, learn and invigorate their passion and love for music. Attendees can also expect to hear from artists including Fred Armisen, Andrew Bird, Jason Isbell, Devon Gilfillian, Celisse and more discuss their connection to the music world in panels.

In the evening, collaborators and artists including Katie Pruitt, Gov’t Mule, Rising Appalachia, Adia Victoria, Anders Osborne, Bonny Light Horseman, Cedric Burnside, and more will take to Park City, Utah’s music venues for concerts and “Songwriter Rounds.”

Passes to Park City Song Summit include access to three days of over 30 Labs, early access to live shows and more. Tickets to the event are on sale now. Learn more and find tickets to Park City Song Summit here.