Park City Song Summit has shared the full artist lineup for its 2024 event, returning to the stages of Park City, Utah from August 15-17. For its third annual presentation, the distinctive purpose-driven festival experience has tapped an all-star squad of singers, songwriters and ensembles from the worlds of Americana, soul, folk, R&B, and more, amounting to a total of 23 high-profile acts. My Morning Jacket, Mavis Staples and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will lead the festivities, lending serious star power to the series of 14 performance and discussion events lined with icons and experts.

The inimitable Mavis Staples will ring in this year’s Park City Song Summit on Thursday, Aug. 15, with a performance at The Marquis Park City. Folk singer-songwriter Cory Mon will open with a headliner performance, and Cuban funk dynamo Cimafunk will carry the crowd’s energy late into the night following Staples’ set.

Friday will begin with a pair of morning Summit Labs, billed on the festival site as “discussions that dissect, illuminate, and interrogate the art of music and songwriting,” opening a space for dialogue on such daunting subjects as mental health, substance recovery and social equity and their relation to music. At the Pendry Room, the Stand Together Institute and the Abundance Institute will hold an event titled “Beats & Bytes: Navigating Creativity in the Age of AI,” just as Cimafunk returns to moderate a conversation with Karla Redding-Andrews, vice president and executive director of the Otis Redding Foundation, termed “That’s How Strong My Love Is.”

Summit Labs will continue on Friday afternoon with a discussion between Grammy-winning sister act Larkin Poe and Hilary Saunders titled “Blood Harmonies” at the Pendry Room, which will also host “Dynamic Duo, From the Lens to the Pen,” a conversation with legendary photographer Jay Blakesberg and indie singer-songwriter Steve Poltz. Friday afternoon will also show the first appearance from My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, who will open up mental health, creative clarity, and the nuances of his prolific musical output alongside iconic rock photographer Danny Clinch in a program termed “Regions of Light.”

On Friday evening, My Morning Jacket, Larkin Poe and Anders Osborne & Jackie Green will all contribute to a five-hour live series at Canyon Village Amphitheater. Immediately after this show, Making Movies and Jobi Riccio will assume the spotlight at The Cabin, keeping the music coming for attendees until 12:30 p.m.

Stand Together Music will set off the final day of Park City Song Summit with two morning Summit Labs, titled “Voice for Good” and “Dignity in Dialogue,” to be held at the Pendry Room on Saturday, Aug. 17. Mirroring Friday’s program, talks will continue into the afternoon with a focus on artists, beginning with “The Future – It’s Still Alright,” an exchange between Nathaniel Rateliff and Jay Sweet, executive director of the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals. Later, the Divided Sky Foundation will present a discussion with Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman–trumpeter and trombonist for the Trey Anastasio Band, respectively–alongside Hilary Saunders of No Depression on their musical experience and breaking down the gender norms of the brass section. New Orleans funk legend Ivan Neville will be the last artist to present, sharing the stage with David Manheim for an intimate conversation on sobriety and living in music with gratitude.

Finally, Park City Song Summit will conclude with the grandest bill of its series itinerary, uniting Nathanial Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Tank and the Bangas and Eric Krasno & Friends onstage at the Canyons Village Amphitheatre. Krasno’s performance will feature support from a dream-team ensemble, featuring Duane Betts, Nikki Glaspie, Jennifer Hartswick, Brad Walker, Tony Hall, Ivan Neville, Natalie Cressman, Jason Hann and Jeremy Most.

Tickets for the third annual Park City Song Summit are available now. For more information on the unique music and wellness experience, visit