The inaugural Jackson Hole Music Festival in Jackson Hole, WY will be held on August 16-17, and so far organizers have booked Wilco, The Black Crowes, Son Volt, The Avett Brothers, Medeski Martin and Wood, Backdoor Slam and Kaki King to perform. Additional artists will be added to the lineup in the coming weeks. The venue is a natural outdoor amphitheater setting in the small resort community of Teton Village at the base of the Bridger Gondola. The festival is produced by Festival Network.
Tickets are $72.50 for single day passes and $130 for two-day general admission passes, while single day passes are $10 for children under 12 years and free for children under 5 years of age. A limited number of “early bird” two-day general admission passes are available for $110. For more information on tickets, which go on sale tomorrow, May 30, visit the festival’s website.
“Jackson Hole truly embodies the ideal type of location that we want to define our festivals,” said Tom Shepard, CEO of Festival Network, in a statement. “We can’t imagine a better place than under the Tetons to host such an amazing festival.”