Evening Events

Moabcon’s Unforgettable Evening Events

Monday Night — Welcome Reception
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Location: The Beautiful Hyatt Escala’s Provisions Company Restaurant
Entertainment: Adaptive’s very own band, ACE, playing Classic Rock and Blues. Featuring Al Rocek, VP of Worldwide Services on guitar and lead vocals; Brady Kimball, VP of Engineering on keyboard and vocals; Ian Nate, Community Marketing Manager, on lead guitar and vocals; David Hill, Director of Moab & Torque Development, on Trombone; Tim Shaw, Sr. Software Engineer on Drums; Jason Gardner, Software Engineer, on Bass.
Food: Delectable Hors d’oevres: cruditès, Buffalo Chili and Bacon Wrapped Brats, Roasted Tomato Caprese, Vietnamese Meatball Skewers, Asian Mango Chicken Bites (enough for a meal or just a snack), Desserts and Cocktails
Attire: Business

Tuesday Night — HP Presents a Night at the Olympics
Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30

Entertainment: You will be whisked away aboard the Red Pine Gondola as the sun is setting for a night you will never forget! You’ll arrive at the Red Pine Lodge located mid-mountain at 8,000 feet, immersed within the Wasatch Mountains. Once you arrive you will be greeted with Cocktails and Appetizers. Olympic style games and a 700 ft. long Zip Line down the mountain will thrill your senses. A full moon will make viewing the mountains and the Park City valley a site not soon forgotten.
Food: Sugar and Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Shallot Marmalade and Spiced Apple-Brandy Reduction. Tortellini Penne and Farfalle Pasta with three cheese Alfredo and herb marinara. Served with assorted salads and vegetables. For Dessert, a Fudge Brownie and Ice Cream Bar.
Attire: Casual business with shoes appropriate for the snow. Warmer attire is recommended, as it is likely to get chilly once the sun goes down.

Wednesday Night — Dinner and Park City Main Street Pub Crawl
Time: 6:30 – 11:00 pm
About: At 6:30 motor coaches will take the Moabcon group to the one of a kind Park City’s Historic Main Street. Silver mining was key in the Park City area way back in the late 1860’s. By 1880, Park City had grown to a population of over 10,000 people. Although “the great fire of 1898” destroyed over 200 homes and businesses, the town was rebuilt and many of the buildings now seen on Main Street date from that time. A stroll down historic Main Street is all it takes to bring back the romance of the Old West.

Today, Park City’s Historic Main Street is home to quaint shops, fine dining establishments, art galleries, bars and live music venues.

Food: You will dine at the award winning Riverhorse Restaurant where you will enjoy a four-course meal with cocktails and appetizers passed when you arrive. For the main course you can choose from Macadamia Encrusted Alaskan Halibut with mango and lemon butter sauce, Filet Mignon with red wine demi glaze or Marinated Breast of Chicken with lemon thyme jus. For the final course you will be presented with the Riverhorse Dessert Sampler – shared platters for each table with an assortment of dessert specialties including, classic crème brulee, lemon cheesecake, chocolate decadence cake, and mixed berries with lemon crème.
Entertainment: Main Street Pub Crawl. Places to Visit: Wasatch Brewery for $3 beers and Karaoke, Downstairs Club for free cover, $2 Vodka and Whiskey and giveaways sponsored by Skull Candy, Red Bull and many others, No Name Saloon for the classic true local bar, The Spur for Live Music and Flanagan’s for a Guinness and Irish pub feel. Stay tuned for more specials and events going on in Park City on April 11th.
Transportation: Motor coaches will be circling constantly from downtown to the Hyatt Escala. So leave right after dinner or stay till the last bus leaves at 11:00 pm.
Attire: Dress to impress

We hope to see you at Moabcon in Park City, Utah.

Register today, space is limited. We are likely to sell out. Hotel discounts are available for a limited time. By booking today, you’ll receive over $100 per night discount.

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