JacRendezvous Fest 2kson Hole isn't just a ski destination; it's a symphony of snow, slopes, and soul-stirring tunes. From bluegrass to country to old-school rock & roll, electronic music, and more! There is a genre for any music lover in Jackson Hole. It is not just our plethora of genres that make Jackson Hole the place for music lovers! It is also our impressive array of venues and festivals, from small, intimate venues such as the Silver Dollar Bar, Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, and the Mangy Moose to larger venues such as the Center for the Arts, Walk Festival Hall, and the world-renowned Rendezvous Festival. Jackson Hole is the place to be if you love music and unparalleled outdoor adventure. 


Starting with the biggest musical event of the year, it is the annual Rendezvous Music Festival, held over two days on the iconic Jackson Town Square and the base of Teton Village. This year's lineup features such incredible artists as platinum-selling indie rock group The Head and the Heart, James Town Revival, Yellowstone actor Luke Grimes, and Mt. Joy! "The Rendezvous Music Festival is such a special time of year to be in Jackson," says Communications Manager Andrew Kruger. "It's fantastic to see locals and visitors come together to celebrate the ending of winter and the beginning of spring with music, food, and plenty of dancing!" The Rendezvous Spring Festival is a free event available to the public. But for those looking for a more curated experience, VIP passes and lodging specials are available. To learn more about the Rendezvous Festival and the incredible lineup of artists, click here.


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Perhaps you are a music lover more interested in intimate musical experiences? Jackson Hole's impressive roster of small venues and local talent is sure to excite your tastes for a night out dancing. If you are in Teton Village, then the Mangy Moose is the stop for you. Long considered one of the greatest ski bars in the country, the Moose boasts an impressive roster of local and national touring acts. This spring alone, the Moose will see punk-rock icons Black Flag, bluegrass sensation Sierra Hull, and improv trio Sunsquabi. To see the Mangy Moose's full schedule of events, click here.   


If you are on a night out in town, you will want to stop by either the Silver Dollar Bar & Grill or the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. Whether it is bluegrass Tuesdays at the Silver Dollar with One Ton Pig or catching country music legends at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, both venues offer a unique local feel sure to charm anyone! For the full Silver Dollar Bar & Grill show schedule, click here. For the full Million Dollar Cowboy Bar schedule, click here.

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While Jackson Hole's music scene is most often associated with contemporary genres, classical music has a robust presence in our picturesque mountain town. No more is this more evident than with the Grand Teton Music Festival. The Grand Teton Music Festival enriches the community of Jackson Hole through exhilarating musical experiences with roughly 150 concerts, activities, and events each year. The biggest event of them all is Grand Teton Music Festival's summer festival held in July and August. It annually features a "supergroup" of 220 classical musicians from 75 major orchestras and 55 educational institutions. Over eight weeks the Walk Festival Hall sees symphonic and chamber music concerts that will delight any classical music lover. For the full schedule of Grand Teton Music Festival events, click here.

So, if you find yourself in Jackson Hole or are looking to craft an incredible vacation around music and adventure, make sure to always check the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce’s events calendar for all the up-to-date musical events happening in the valley! For more information visit www.jacksonholechamber.com or call: (307) 733 – 3316


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