All the Celebrities at Chase Sapphire on Main During the Sundance Film Festival

You never know who you’ll spot on Main Street during Sundance. Maybe it’s an incognito A-lister bundled up in a parka, or perhaps even—checks notes—the cast of Entourage having a snowball fight. As the film-loving masses and seasonal skiers descended upon Park City last weekend, there was plenty to see and do in the busier-than-usual Old Town and beyond.

That was especially the case at Chase Sapphire on Main, the bank’s mainstay lounge in the center of town, where there were cast parties, panels, and events galore. And I had the opportunity to join in.

Attendees included Pedro Pascal, Jay Ellis, and Normani celebrating the premiere of their film Freaky Tales; Lucy Liu and Julia Fox fêting the Steven Soderbergh-directed Presence; friendly trio Dylan O’Brien, River Gallo, and Victoria Pedretti for Ponyboi; Riley Keough and Jesse Eisenberg (sans furry costumes) for Sasquatch Sunset; and Chiwetel Ejiofor (attending as a director) and Camila Cabello for Rob Peace.

The mornings were no less star-studded with a lineup of panels for some of the festival’s biggest films. Take, for example, Saoirse Ronan for her new drama, The Outrun, or Glen Powell and Richard Linklater for Hit Man.

Director Megan Park joined the up-and-coming stars of My Old Ass (yes, that’s the real title) to chat about the film. “I never felt older in my life,” Park joked of spending time with her young cast. “And so I rewrote the character [that Aubrey Plaza plays] last-minute to be late 30s-early 40s.” “I love when a movie sparks conversation,” cast member Maddie Ziegler later added.

And Andra Day, Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor, André Holland, and John Earl Jelks gathered with artist-director Titus Kaphar to talk Exhibiting Forgiveness. “I think he’s one of the most important voices in the art world, period, so I was gonna do it anyway,” Ellis-Taylor said of Kaphar and his film. “He’s just a lovely human being, and I just knew that this was something I would have a good time doing.”

It wasn’t just about the movies, either. Leon Bridges put on a show for Sapphire Reserve cardmembers Thursday night, and violinist Enzima treated them to intimate performances on Sunday.

And when it came to food, because getting a table anywhere is near impossible during Sundance, an Infatuation dining concierge was on-site to help secure reservations. Chef Melissa King of Top Chef fame also offered a curated fare throughout the weekend. Plus, an after-hours Infatuation party offered bites and drinks from some of the best restaurants in the area.

Below, take a look at some of the best-dressed stars at Chase Sapphire on Main during the 2024 Sundance Film Festival.

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Erica Gonzales is the Senior Culture Editor at, where she oversees coverage on TV, movies, music, books, and more. She was previously an editor at There is a 75 percent chance she’s listening to Lorde right now. 


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