Park City publishes the do’s and don’ts of business at Sundance
Festival • Regulations govern gifting suites, temporary signs and sidewalk musicians.
Published: January 7, 2014 08:20PM
Updated: January 7, 2014 05:10PM
Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune Park City Police give director Next Anyextee a citation for riding the camel 'Moses' along Main Street to promote his film 'Egypt Through The Glass Shop' during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah Friday January 18, 2013.

Park City • It might seem that there are no rules sometimes during the Sundance Film Festival.

The town’s City Hall, though, tightly regulates the goings-on during the annual run of top domestic marketplace of independent films. There are numerous municipal laws and regulations that restrict what someone is able to do while conducting business during Sundance, ranging from how a building can be used to the way someone is able to generate buzz for a film.

City Hall has posted on its website an extensive rundown outlining some of the rules and regulations that must be followed as people planning to conduct business in Park City during Sundance prepare for the opening.

Dubbed “Rules of the Road ­— Sundance 2014,” the seven-page document serves as a guide through City Hall processes related to the festival.

Click here to read the rest of this story on the Park Record website and find a link to the rules. The Park Record and The Tribune are both properties of Digital First Media.