Ludacris at Park City Live
Though born in Illinois, Ludacris spent his formative years in Atlanta, where he later attended Georgia State University. During a stint as a radio disc jockey, he met noted hip-hop producer Timbaland, on whose single “Fat Rabbit” he made his rapping debut in 1998. Adopting the moniker Ludacris (a play on his given name and the word ludicrous), he recorded an independently released debut album, Incognegro (2000). Through word of mouth the album managed to enter the Billboard 200 chart, and Ludacris was soon signed to the record label Def Jam South, which repackaged Incognegro as Back for the First Time (2000). That major label debut ultimately reached number four in the Billboard 200.
Park City Live
Park City Live provides the perfect amount of ambience and excitement to Main Street’s live music and nightlife scene. Patrons of Park City Live can enjoy various accessible and well-stocked bars, exceptional audio and visual effects and the option of exclusivity in the VIP mezzanine section.
Along with year round shows, Park City Live also hosts a number of Film Festival events that always exceed expectations. Known as the epicenter of the Film Festival entertainment and the largest venue of its kind on Main Street, visitors and locals alike flock to Park City Live to catch highly anticipated performances through out the festival.