Acura announced its scheduled lineup of panels and performances during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival running Jan 25- Feb 2 in Park City, Utah, all taking place at Acura Festival Village.. Key highlights include a Native Son panel moderated by filmmaker Kevin Smith, and The Atlantic panels with writer Derek Thompson and American sports journalist Jemele Hill. In addition, there will be DJ sets and live music performances on the Acura Stage including a live performance by Judah & the Lion (Full Acura Stage schedule below).

During public hours (12-6 PM), Acura Festival Village will feature an interactive winter wonderland photobooth where guests can capture festival memories and enjoy complimentary hot beverages. At the Acura Stage, guests will be treated to live music and DJs. Acura Hours from 4-6 pm daily also includes Stella Artois on tap compliments of Acura.  

WHEN: Acura Festival Village programming will be free and open to the public daily, from Friday January 25th – Saturday February 2nd, 12pm- 6pm

WHERE: Swede Alley at 5th St. (480 Swede Alley, Park City, UT)

The Acura Festival Village Programming Schedule: 

Friday January 25:

12 – 12:45 PM – Elodie

1 – 1:45 PM – Ryan Innes

2 – 2:45PM – Nico Franc

3 – 3:45 PM – Mickey Guyton

4:30 – 5:15 PM – PANEL: Acura and IMDb host filmmakers and cast of Native Son moderated by filmmaker Kevin Smith

6:30 – 7:00PM – The Dumes

7:30 – 9:00PM – Judah & the Lion 

Saturday January 26:

12:15 – 1:45 PM – PANEL: Hitmaking in the Age of Streaming – With The Atlantic’s Derek Thompson. Panelists include: Dan Cogan (Exec Director and Co-founder Impact Partners),Randy Freer (Hulu CEO), Franklin Leonard (Co-founder BlackList)

2 – 2:30 PM – Jeff Carl

2:30 – 3 PM – James Droll

3 – 3:45 PM – PANEL: Ears Close to the Ground: Emerging Trends in Synch. Panelists include: Mike Ladman (Droga5), Alec Stern (DDB & We Are Unlimited), Matthew Bailey (MOCEAN), Evelin Garcia (Ignition) and Greg Hadden (Motive Made Studios). Moderated by Liz Rogers, CEO/Creative Director, Anacrusis Music

4 – 4:30 PM – Trove

4:30 – 5:00 PM – Stasney Mav

5:15 – 6:00 PM – Lord Helmet

Sunday January 27:

12:15 – 1:45 PM – PANEL: Representation in Hollywood – With The Atlantic’s Jemele Hill. Panelists include: Nick Adams (Director of Transgender Media & Representation at GLAAD), Sacha Jenkins (Director, Producer Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men)

2 – 2:45PM – Mia Grace

3 – 3:45 PM – PANEL: A Fireside Chat with Susan Jacobs, Emmy award-winning music supervisor. Moderated by Liz Rogers (CEO/Creative Director, Anacrusis Music)

3:45 – 4:45 PM – Samuel J 

5 – 6 PM – Joshy Soul 

Monday January 28:

4 -6 PM – DJ Donricky

Tuesday January 29 – Thursday January 31: 

4 -6 PM – Kevin Federline (DJ SET)

Friday February 1:

12 – 12:45 PM – Marcus Bently 

1 – 1:45 PM – Sego

2 – 2:45PM – S2_Cool

3 – 3:45 PM – Pinguin Mofex

4 – 4:45 PM – The Strike

5 – 6 PM – Swimm

Saturday February 2:

12 – 12:45 PM – Strange Familia

1 – 1:45 PM – Robert Loud 

2 – 2:45PM – Kasadoom

3 – 3:45 PM – Ivory Lane

4 – 4:45 PM – The Federal Empire

5 – 6 PM – ThunderChunk

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