Jackson Hole Events Calendar Summer/Fall 2023

30 May 2023

Don’t miss these favorite events in the Tetons

Summer 2023

Written By: Heather Jarvis | Images: Courtesy Grand Teton Music Festival, Lindley Rust, Courtesy National Museum of Wildlife Art

Life in the summer is far from dull in Jackson Hole. While you can catch a live band, race, market or gallery exhibit daily throughout the season, here are some of the notable happenings to add to your calendar.


Curlew Cruises
June 6, 13, 20, 27, 8:30–10:30 a.m.

Take a driving tour of the National Elk Refuge to observe North America’s largest shorebird, the long-billed curlews. These seasonal nesters migrate from areas of Mexico and California to breed on the National Elk Refuge. Reservations required. 307-201-5439

Met Opera in HD: Mozart’s The Magic Flute
June 11, 3–6 p.m.

Center for the Arts. This rebroadcast is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to movie theaters across the globe. Tickets $25; children/students $5. gtmf.org/events

Plein Air Fest, Etc.
June 17, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

More than 50 invited artists will paint from the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail, which offers stunning views of the National Elk Refuge. Attendees are invited to browse and bid on the fresh artworks in a silent auction. Free. wildlifeart.org.

Jackson Hole Food & Wine Summer Festival
June 22-24

Join Food & Wine this June to interact and dine with a broad culinary community of local and guest chefs, winemakers, cocktail and beer experts, and much more. jhfoodandwine.com

R Park Solstice Celebration
June 23, 4–7 p.m.

Join the Jackson Hole Land Trust for live music, free StreetFood tacos (while supplies last), and cold beverages. Free. jhlandtrust.org/events

Grand Teton Music Festival’s 62nd season opens
June 30

Enjoy eight weeks of performances and free community events. Price varies. Gtmf.org


Grand Teton Music Festival’s Free Family Concert
July 3, 4:30 p.m.

Center for the Arts Park. GTMF Education Curator Meaghan Heinrich hosts and Resident Conductor Jerry Hou will lead the orchestra. Tickets are free, but must be reserved. Gtmf.org

Patriotic Pops by Grand Teton Musical Festival orchestra
July 4, 7 p.m

Center for the Arts Park. Broadway vocalists Nikki Renée Daniels and Jeff Kready join the orchestra for an Independence Day to remember. Reserved seats, $35-$50. Lawn seats are free. Gtmf.org

Independence Day Fireworks & Concert on the Commons
July 3-4

Celebrate Independence Day in Teton Village at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with two days of fireworks, free concerts and more. Free. jacksonhole.com

Teton Mountain Runs
July 15-16

Race through the high alpine of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, home to world-class trail running in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. $55-$125. jacksonhole.com

58th annual Art Fair Jackson Hole
July 21-23

Center for the Arts Park Lawn. Art Fair Jackson Hole features professional local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. $6-$10. jhartfair.org

67th Annual Teton County Fair
July 22-30

Teton County Fairgrounds; includes carnival rides, food, live music, vendors and much more. Tetoncountyfair.com

National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America
July 24, 7 p.m.

Walk Festival Hall. The concert will feature renowned violinist Gil Shaham performing Barber’s Violin Concerto and conductor Sir Andrew Davis. Tickets are $50; children/students $5. gtmf.org/events

Greenspace on the Block Concert
July 25, 5–8 p.m.

Join the Jackson Hole Land Trust for another concert at the Greenspace on the Block. Free. jhlandtrust.org/events


Jackson Hole Chamber Music FestivalAug. 1, 7 p.m., Center for the ArtsAug. 9, 7 p.m., Antelope Trails RanchSept 3, 3 p.m., Antelope Trails Ranch 

Against the backdrop of the Grand Teton Mountains, Jackson Hole Chamber Music presents a series of intimate and immersive chamber music performances at the stunning Antelope Trails Ranch and the Center for the Arts in Jackson. JHCM brings together musicians from the world’s leading orchestras, chamber ensembles, and music institutions to rehearse and perform in a warm, casual atmosphere.Ticketed. jhchambermusic.org/2023-concerts/


Rendezvous Mountain Hill Climb
Aug. 5

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The most demanding hill climb running event in the West, finishing at the summit of the Aerial Tram. $40. jacksonhole.com

Targhee Music Camp
Aug. 7-10

Music enthusiasts and players of all ability levels mixed with some of the best musicians in the world gather at Grand Targhee Resort for four days of music classes, workshops, jam sessions and intimate concerts. grandtarghee.com

33rd Annual Targhee Bluegrass Festival
Aug. 11-13

Three days of live bluegrass music. grandtarghee.com

Annual Community Picnic
Aug. 13, 4–7 p.m.

Join the Jackson Hole Land Trust to celebrate shared conservation success. Enjoy a hearty picnic dinner with locally sourced food. $100. jhlandtrust.org/events

58th annual Art Fair Jackson Hole
Aug. 18-20

Center for the Arts Park Lawn. Art Fair Jackson Hole features professional local and national artists selling fine art and craft including ceramics, paintings, furniture, photography, and much more. $6-$10. jhartfair.org

Teton Toss Disc Golf Tournament
Aug. 19

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Teton Toss is an annual disc golf tournament at the base of the Tetons and open to all ability levels. jacksonhole.com

Bikes & Brews
Aug. 26

Bikes and Brews is a family friendly event featuring mountain biking, live outdoor music, and a Brewfest featuring the region’s best beers, ciders and seltzers. $35-$55. jacksonhole.com


Wydaho Rendezvous Teton Bike Festival
Sept. 1-3

Grand Targhee Resort. Ride cross-country and lift-access downhill trails, join mountain biking skills clinics hosted by professional coaches, and group rides. grandtarghee.com

Rendezvous Enduro
Sept. 2

The final stage of the Montana Enduro Series, this four-stage enduro mountain bike race takes full advantage of the terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, allowing racers to compete off of the Tram. $90-$120. jacksonhole.com

39th Annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival
Sept. 6-17

Each September, the best Western, wildlife, and landscape artists converge in Jackson where local galleries and venues host over 50 art events in 12 days. jacksonholechamber.com

Old Bill's Fun Run
Sept. 9, 9 a.m. to noon

Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill have inspired thousands to raise millions through this community celebration. This fundraising event benefits Jackson's nonprofits. Old Bill’s has raised over $228 million dollars since its inception in 1997. Runner registration is free. oldbills.org

Green River Valley Program Community Picnic
Sept. 10, 4–7 p.m.

Join the Jackson Hole Land Trust for the annual community picnic in celebration of protected open spaces and working lands across the Green River. $30. jhlandtrust.org/events

Western Visions Art Show + Sale
Sept. 14, 5–8 p.m.

Featuring a wide range of traditional and contemporary artworks and showcasing both paintings and sculptures, the show and sale at the National Museum of Wildlife Art includes more than 170 artists. $195. wildlifeartevents.org

TGR World Premier and FarOutFest
Sept. 16

Join the Teton Gravity Research crew for a day of mountain biking, music and fun followed by the premier of their 2023 ski film at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. FarOutFest is free, movie premier $20. jacksonhole.com

JH Marathon
Sept. 23

The Jackson Hole Marathon races cover the best of the Jackson Hole Valley and finish at the base of the Teton Mountain Range in Teton Village. $60-$145. jacksonhole.com

WYLD Dinner
Sept. 29, 6–9 p.m.

Grab a seat at the table for the annual WYLD Dinner at the beautiful Rocking H Ranch where fall is in full foliage. $100 or $50 for WYLD members. jhlandtrust.org/events

Black Tie Blue Jean Ski Ball
Sept. 30

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. This evening is the ideal way to celebrate the coming of winter while supporting the 500 kids of the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club. Event includes a silent auction that can be bid on virtually. jacksonhole.com

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