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Music Mondays: The Two Tracks

Center for the Arts Presents a free outdoor concert series at The Center Park! A fistful of years ago, Julie Szewc (pronounced “Chefs”) and Dave Huebner met in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming with one central thing in common; a love of all kinds of music and a thirst for making it. Along with Fernando Serna (drums/percussion) and Taylor Phillips (bass), they have all knit their passions into the musical family that is The Two Tracks. From their home in the postcard town of Sheridan, the band stirs western roots and wilderness philosophy into a stew of nourishing connection.​

Jackson Hole Playhouse- Paint Your Wagon

Join the fun at Jackson Hole Playhouse for a fun family musical, filled with passion, comedy, and a clash of cultures. “Paint Your Wagon” is a story of the Wild West and the search for the American Dream.

Yoga on the Deck

Enjoy elevated yoga on the Deck at the top of the Bridger Gondola! Get your sun salutations at 9095′. Sponsored by Teton Village Sports, Lole, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

Silver Dollar Bar: Bluegrass Tuesdays with One Ton Pig

One Ton Pig has been bringing locals and visitors together in the Silver Dollar Bar EVERY TUESDAY year-round, for over 15 years! The 6-Piece progressive bluegrass band combines original hard-luck songwriting with dazzling musicality and the imaginative genre-bending of jam-band musicians blurring the lines between folk, country, Americana, blues, bluegrass, and rock ’n’ roll.

WildWalls Mural Walk

Join Jackson Hole Public Art for a community mural walk on Tuesday, July 19th starting at the Snake River Brewpub. Pick up a beverage and a map between 5-7pm and take yourself on a self-guided tour of all 16 WildWalls public art murals in the Downtown area ending at the Anvil Hotel!

Jackson Hole Goat Yoga

Come enjoy a relaxing yoga session at the base of Beaver Mountain with pygmy goats running around. Complimentary mimosas and wonderful company!

Woman Mountain Biking in Jackson Hole

Sunday Funday at Jackson Hole

New this summer at JHMR, experience Sunday Funday — a day of specials, competitions and prizes, every Sunday from June 19 through Sept. 11. From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., enjoy $20 bike park tickets and 20% off rentals from JH Sports. Enter the Sunday Bike Park Challenge or disc golf tournament for a chance to win prizes. After an afternoon of activities, RPK3 will feature signature drinks and cocktail specials from their garage window as live music kicks off with Concerts in the Commons. Takeout food and drink are available.

Outdoor Celebration with Dancer’s Workshop

Performances include DW Multigenerational Work Performance choreography by David Dorfman, Lisa Morgan and Babs Case and visiting artists SWAY performing “Bloom!” at Center for the Arts!

Art Fair Jackson Hole

The Art Association of Jackson Hole is pleased to present the 57th annual Art Fair Jackson Hole. The Art Fair is a quintessential Jackson Hole summer event featuring professional local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. Artists and exhibitors are selected through a blind jury process and invited to present their work to thousands of patrons over an extended weekend, Friday through Sunday.

Art of Love

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, August 9th, 6-9pm on the lawn at Center for the Arts. Join us as we come together to celebrate and fundraise for one of our community’s most integral nonprofits, Community Entry Services.

Proxima Parada

Center for the Arts Presents- Próxima Parada’s music uplifts listeners, encouraging them to let loose, dance their butts off, and invite in some introspection. Their songs reflect on their own growth and speak to the people they are working to be. And the more personal the story, the more universal it becomes.

Music Mondays: Calle Mambo

Center for the Arts Presents a free outdoor concert series at The Center Park! Hard work and dedication to their craft are reasons why Calle Mambo has become one of the most sought after groups in the area.  Formed as the only Premier Afro-Cuban, Latin, Salsa band in the Rocky Mountain Region. Calle Mambo has blended several musical styles, Dance, Latin, Rhythm, Jazz, Salsa, evolving into it’s present format of high energy, Latin, Salsa music and the latest hits from the Latin Pop Culture.

Kaleta & the Super Yamba Band

Center for the Arts Presents Kaleta & the Super Yamba Band. Brooklyn’s Kaleta & The Super Yamba Band are fronted by Afrobeat and Juju veteran Leon Ligan-Majek a.k.a. Kaleta. The singer/guitarist from the West African country of Benin Republic lived his adolescent life in Lagos, Nigeria where Afrobeat was born.

Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass

Center for the Arts Presents Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass! If you like singing along to Dead songs in that song’s normal tempo but dancing double time to the music, this is definitely your jam. Kellars’ Grateful Grass project is defined as loose interpretations of Grateful Dead songs done in a bluegrass style. Take his fascination with Grateful Dead songs and mix it together with my love of psychedelic improvisational bluegrass music and out burps this project.

Old Bill’s Fun Run 2022

One of the most innovative fundraisers in the nation, Old Bill’s Fun Run is also one of the most successful. In 2021, the event raised $19,722,220 from 4,158 donors. Old Bill’s has brought an astounding $208 million philanthropic dollars to our community. These funds are busy feeding the hungry, supporting the sick and elderly, teaching kids to read, protecting wildlife, building affordable housing, enriching our lives through the arts and touching the lives of everyone in Teton County.

The Hootenanny

Once a year, the Hootenanny trades in its usual Monday-night venue in Moose, WY, and performs an in-town version of the long-running tradition. Talented pickers, founding performers, and long-time stalwarts take the stage to perform covers and originals – all acoustically.

Concerts on the Commons

Concerts on the Commons is the annual free concert series in Teton Village on summer Sunday evenings! Upcoming artists will be listed as announced, stay tuned!

Teton County Fair

Enjoy some good old fashioned fun at the Teton County Fair. The fair is getting back to basics this year with 4-H events like animal shows and archery, a Blue Ribbon Exhibit Hall of creative arts, and an Open Class Horse Show.

Music on Main concert series

Music on Main

Free all-ages outdoor summer concert series just over Teton Pass in Victor Idaho. Bring your blankets or lawn chairs and enjoy live music and drinks while listing to live music, every Thursday from 6 pm till 10:30 pm!

Group of People at Town Square Shootout

Jackson Hole Shootout

The Jackson Hole Shootout has been a Wyoming tradition since 1957, the longest running shootout in the country. The fun begins at 6:00 pm every summer evening, except Sundays – there’s no shootin’ on Sundays!

Jackson Hole Rodeo

Jackson Hole Rodeo

Rodeo has been a part of Jackson Hole’s cowboy culture since the first settlers arrived over 100 years ago. Rodeos are Wednesdays and Saturdays through Labor Day , with additional rodeos every Friday in July and August. Jackson Hole Rodeo starts at 8 pm rain or shine!

Jackson Hole Farmer's Market on Town Square

Jackson Hole Farmers Market on Town Square

The Jackson Hole Farmers Market on the Town Square is a weekly community event supporting local and regional farmers and food vendors. The market begins in June and runs every Saturday from 8 am till noon until the end of summer. Stop by the Town Square for the complete Jackson Hole experience full of friends, food, and community.
Hot Chocolate at The Anvil Lobby

Hotel Happy Hour

After a long day of exploration around the valley, venture back into town and join us in the lobby for happy hour, held daily from 4 to 6 pm. Our winter drink of choice – spiked hot coco!

Man looking at mountain peaks near telescope in summer evening at sunset on mountain outdoor.


On the first Thursday of each month  in the northwest corner of the Stilson parking lot off Hwy. 390 and 22, behind the bus hut where there are no lights. Astronomy educators use one of their large aperture telescopes to show you planets, stars, planetary nebulae, galaxies, and more. There is no need to reserve your spot in advance; just come and go as you please.

Summer People’s Market

Slow Food in the Tetons hosts a weekly + family friendly farmers market every Wednesday from 4-7pm at the base of Snow King.