GRAND TARGHEE RESORT
ALTA, Wyo. – This summer is going to be rocking in the Tetons with two world-class music festivals overtaking Grand Targhee Resort. Tickets for the 12th annual Targhee Fest and 29th annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival went on sale April 23, with the release of a limited quantity of three-day tickets to each festival.
Fifteen bands will play Targhee Fest this year and for those unable to attend the entire festival, one-day tickets will be available for purchase June 27.
The festival will kick off Friday, July 15 with performances by Kimock, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, Hot Tuna Electric, and Moe.
On July 16, Jamie McLean Band, Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons, Jayhawks, Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds, Bettye LaVette, and Grace Potter will take the stage.
HoneyHoney, Josh Ritter and the River City Band, JJ Grey and Mofro, and the Drive-By Truckers will close out the festival with performances on July 17.
A month later, the Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival offers music fans another three-day event that has become a regional entertainment staple. Single-day tickets will be available July 25.
On Friday, Aug. 12, the festival will open with performances by The Lil’ Smokies, Pokey LaFarge, The O’Connor Family Band, and The Infamous Stringdusters featuring Nicki Bluhm.
The following day features the music of Mary Gauthier, Sara Watkins, Steep Canyon Rangers, the David Grisman Sextet, The Waybacks featuring Nicki Bluhm, and the Sam Bush Band.
The lineup for Aug. 14 includes Betse & Clarke, HillBenders presents The Who’s “Tommy,” Lord Huron, and Trampled By Turtles.
Early pricing for three-day tickets are available in limited quantities and the price includes entry to the festivals each day as well as access to the shuttle from Driggs, Idaho to Grand Targhee Resort. Visit grandtarghee.com/summer-music-festivals to purchase tickets or to find more information about camping options.
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