Summer Calendar 2024

14 May 2024

Summer/Fall 2024

Written By: Evie Carrick


June 2, Met Opera in HD: La Rondine

This rebroadcast from the Met’s award-winning “Live in HD” series tells the bittersweet love story of Magda and Ruggero, written by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini.


June 14, Jackson Hole Pride Celebration 

Live music from indie-pop band, Of Montreal and Tele Novella, followed by a DJ dance party along with LGBTQ+ community resources and information.


June 15, Plein Air Fest, Etc.

Watch as invited artists are given one day to create a new masterpiece en plein air. Artists paint from the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail overlooking the National Elk Refuge.


June 20–22, Jackson Hole Food & Wine Summer Festival

This intimate foodie festival highlights the Jackson food and beverage scene while instigating a culinary conversation. 


June 20–August 15, Music on Main

A series of free Thursday evening concerts held outdoors in Victor, Idaho.


June 24–August 2, King Concerts

This live music series takes place atop Snow King Mountain where listeners are treated to views of the Tetons while listening to music by artists like The String Cheese Incident and Old Crow Medicine Show.


June 27–August 17, Grand Teton Music Festival

This eight-week-long festival is in its 63rd season, featuring orchestral and chamber music, outdoor concerts and a special evening with cellist Yo-Yo Ma.



July 3–4, Independence Day Celebrations

The Fourth of July starts early in the Tetons with free music and fireworks in Teton Village on both July 3th and 4th, along with a July 4th parade, live music and patriotic displays in downtown Jackson Hole and fireworks over Snow King Mountain.


July 4, Skinny Skis 4th of July 10K Run

This race starts and ends at Owen Bircher Park in Wilson and includes a 10K, 5K and an untimed 5K walk.


July 12–14, MC Presents Art and Antique Show

This weekend showcases award-winning artists and antique dealers set against Teton Village’s mountain backdrop.


July 20–29, Teton County Fair

This annual fair has carnival rides, live music, vendors and special night events.


July 26–28, Art Fair Jackson Hole

The Art Association of Jackson Hole puts on this July and August art fair that features work from international, national and local artists along with live music, art demos and food.


August 3, Rendezvous Mountain Hillclimb

Runners take on over 4,100 feet of vertical in 6.1 miles as they climb to the top of the Aerial Tram on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.


August 3, Pierre’s Hole 50/100 Mountain Bike Race

A beautiful and strenuous mountain bike race that kicks off at Grand Targhee Resort and runs along the base of the Tetons.


August 9–11, Targhee Bluegrass Festival

This popular bluegrass festival draws artists like Infamous Stringdusters, Trampled By Turtles and Leftover Salmon.


August 16–18, Art Fair Jackson Hole

The Art Association of Jackson Hole puts on this July and August art fair that features work from international, national and local artists along with live music, art demos and food.


August 26, Bikes and Brews

Bikes and Brews is a family-friendly event on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with lots of mountain biking, unlimited beer tastings and live music.


August 30–September 1, Horseshoe Music Festival 

A weekend of music fashion, food and wellness offerings at The Virginian Lodge.




September 4–15, Fall Arts Festival

Local galleries and venues host art events featuring the nation’s best wildlife and landscape artists.


September 5–8, Jackson Hole One Fly 

A single-fly team fishing contest that helps fund conservation, habitat preservation and rehabilitation projects in the Snake River Basin and the headwaters in Yellowstone Park. 


September 7, Old Bill’s Fun Run

A running event where the winners receive price money to donate to their favorite nonprofits. There is a 5K and 10K timed run, an untimed fun run and a lighthearted Dia­per Der­by.


September 8, Arts on the Green

A juried fair of some of Jackson’s finest artist who come to sell their work — from ceramics and fiber arts to painting and photography.


September 14, Jackson Hole Art Auction

This live auction at the Center for the Arts includes classic and contemporary pieces featuring the American West, wildlife, Native American culture and landscapes. 


September 28, Jackson Hole Marathon/Half Marathon/Quarter Marathon 

These three races journey through the picturesque valley before finishing at the base of the Tetons. The next day there’s a post-race pub crawl aptly called, “The Hobble.”


October 1, Jackson Hole Chamber Music: Classical Cafe at Center for the Arts

Now in its Seventh Season, Jackson Hole Chamber Music presents a series of intimate and immersive chamber music performances.

October 5, Jackson Hole Chamber Music: Festival Finale at Antelope Trails Ranch

At the stunning Antelope Trails Ranch 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.

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