Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce: 4th of July Festivities
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4th of July

4th of July in Jackson Hole

Thanks to everyone who helped to make Independence Day 2013 a huge success! 

The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce would like to invite everyone to celebrate Independence Day in Jackson Hole! The day will be full of events and festivities, traditionally including the Howdy Pardner Fourth of July Parade!

The 4th of July in Jackson Hole includes many community traditions and always adds fresh ideas. Planning to join us for Friday, July 4, 2014? Expect to see many of the events that made 2013 an amazing year and be sure to check back for updates on plans for 2014. Call the Chamber at 307.733.3316 for the latest details. 

2013 Schedule

7:00-10:30am: Jackson Hole Jaycees Pancake Breakfast - The Jackson Hole Jaycees have been serving a Fourth of July pancake breakfast since 1977. Thousands of locals and visitors have gathered on Center Street to visit with friends and support the Jaycees Fire in the Hole Fireworks Show. Expect a hearty breakfast of eggs, sausage, and pancakes to ensure they are well fueled for the many events celebrating Independence Day in Jackson. All profits from the breakfast enable the Jaycees to complete projects like the community fireworks and scholarships for local students. Tickets are $10 in advance for adults, $6 in advance for kids older than 5. Tickets are $12 and $6 if purchased at the event. Five-years old and younger are free. Tickets can be purchased from Rick Howe, rick@jacksonholechamber.com or 307.201.2294.

10:30am: Howdy Pardners 4th of July Parade - The annual parade begins on Snow King Avenue from the Rodeo Grounds to Glenwood, continues on Broadway, and ends on Willow Street. Businesses and organizations interested in participating should contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316.

2:00pm: The July 4th JacksonHoleLive concert will feature Old Crow Medicine Show, The Young Dubliners, Parker Millsap, and One Ton Pig along with the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra performing live via simulcast from Walk Festival Hall as part of this year’s valley-wide expansion of Music in the Hole. Enjoy eight hours of free, family-

friendly music at the base of Snow King, culminating with the Jaycees fireworks display. More information: http://jacksonholelivemusic.com/4th-of-july/.

  • 2:00pm: Thomas Sneed
  • 3:00pm: One Ton Pig
  • 4:15pm: Young Dubliners
  • 6:00pm: Grand Teton Music Festival
  • 7:30pm: Parker Millsap
  • 8:15pm: Old Crow Medicine Show
  • 10:00pm Fireworks!!!

fireworks3:00pm-7:30pm: Music in the Hole 2013 will be held in two locations, the Teton Village Commons and Snow King Ballpark in Jackson. From 3:00-6:00pm there will be pre-symphony entertainment by local groups and popular bands. From 6:00-7:30pm the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra will perform a program of patriotic favorites in Walk Festival Hall with simultaneous broadcast via jumbotrons to both locations. Wyoming Public Radio concert simulcast throughout the state. At 7:30pm popular bands will take the stage followed by fireworks! More information: http://www.gtmf.org/event/music-in-the-hole/

6:00pm: Town Square Shootout - Watch a lively reenactment of frontier justice on the Jackson Town Square in what is the longest, continuously running shootout show in the country! More information: http://www.jacksonholechamber.com/events/jh-shootout.php

6:00pm: Red, White and Two – Independence Day Celebrations: This annual 4th of July celebration features patriotic music performed by the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra in Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village from 6:00-7:30pm. The free concert will also be shown on Jumbotrons at the Village Commons in Teton Village and at Snow King ballpark in town. Maestro Runnicles will conduct a program of light classics and patriotic favorites including the 1812 Overture and “Stars and Stripes Forever” plus many more. Donnie Ray Albert, the baritone who wowed the crowd last summer, will be returning. Wyoming Public Media will broadcast the orchestra concert event live for television and radio to be enjoyed by all Wyoming residents and those in neighboring states. After the orchestra concert, Calle Mambo will then take the stage starting at 8:00pm, leading up to the start of the fireworks around 10:00pm. The Jazz Foundation of JH will perform prior to the GTMF concert from 4:00-5:30pm. More information: http://staging.tetonvillagewy.org/event/red-white-and-two-independance-day-celebrations/

8:00pm: Jackson Hole Rodeo - The rodeo is regularly held on each Wednesday and Saturday during the summer season at the Teton County Fairgrounds. The 4th of July Rodeo is a fine western tradition and a wonderful way to spend an evening as the sun sets over the Teton Range. More information: http://jhrodeo.com/

10:00pm: Fireworks! Enjoy fireworks shows at two locations: the base of Snow King Mountain and in Teton Village.

START Bus Schedule

  • Full service summer schedule on Town Shuttle and Teton Village Routes
  • Extra busses after fireworks in town, leaving from Snow King Center to stops in town 
  • Extra Green Lines between Jackson and Teton Village: Jackson to Teton Village beginning at the Fair Building #42 at 2:53pm, 3:53pm, 4:53pm, and 5:53pm – will pick up at all Green Line Stops and Teton Village to Jackson at 8:30pm, 10:45pm, and 11:15pm – will drop off at all Green Line stops.
  • Visit www.startbus.com.

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Independence Day in Jackson Hole is a celebration of the best of our community’s small town American character!  For more information about Independence Day in Jackson Hole, please contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce at 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com.




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