Jackson Hole's big music fling is back March 16th through 19th at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and on Town Square. The 4th annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival is a four-day, spring lifestyle and music festival, featuring — for the second year in a row — the legendary Zac Brown Band. Concerts take place outdoors and all are free, except for the Zac Brown Band performance, which is $40 for general admission (standing room only).
Below is the schedule of events.
Thursday, March 16
Kicking off the festival is the Yonder Mountain String Band, which will play at 8 p.m. at the Pink Garter Theatre on Broadway in Town Square. This is a ticketed event ($35). Please visit pinkgartertheatre.com to buy.
Friday, March 17
What better way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day than with a rollicking free concert in the middle of Jackson’s Town Square? The music starts at 5 p.m. and features two bands: Jamestown Revival and Samantha Fish. Jamestown Revival is a rock duo made up of Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay. Samantha Fish is a blues singer-songwriter-guitarist who will release her fourth solo album, "Chills & Fever" on March 17, too!
Saturday, March 18
This is the festival's major day of music in Teton Village at the base of the ski resort. The concert venue opens at 3 p.m., with the line-up of electrifying acts starting at 6:30 with alternative/reggae group Iration. After Iration warms up the crowd, three-time Grammy award winners the Zac Brown Band takes the stage to bring you a energizing musical experience you won’t soon forget. The memory you bring home of this special concert will possibly be the best Jackson Hole souvenir of 2017!
Sunday, March 19
The Chanman Roots Band — a beloved Jackson Hole musical institution both on and off the mountain — will wrap up the four-day feast of fabulous tunes at 3 p.m.’s “Music Under the Tram” at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
Fun Fact: The Rendezvous Festival supports Teton County Search & Rescue, a vital organization in and around Jackson Hole and said to be the busiest search and rescue operation in the nation. TCSAR is currently featured on Monday nights at 9 p.m. (EST) on the Outdoor Channel’s limited series, "Backcountry Rescue."