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Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival

The annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival is a thrilling three days of free concerts and one of the highlights of the month of March.
Jackson Hole Rendezvous Festival

ALERT: DUE TO CONCERNS ABOUT COVID-19, the festival has been canceled this year.

Jackson Hole's big music fling is back March 26th through 28th at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and on Jackson's Town Square. The 7th annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival is a three-day, spring lifestyle and music festival this year featuring Bob Weir and the Wolf Brothers on the final day. Concerts take place outdoors and all are free.

Below is the schedule of events.

Thursday, March 26

The Deadlocks, which brings an authentic Grateful Dead experience to the Intermountain West, will perform at Under the Tram on March at 3 p.m.

Friday, March 27

The brash and bluesy, Los Angeles-based band, The Record Company, will headline a rollicking concert on Town Square. Opening for them will be local Jackson band  Lonesome Gold, which will perform original folk-rock songs with a Western theme.

The venue opens at 5 p.m., with music starting at 5:30 p.m.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Saturday, March 28

This is the festival's major day of music in Teton Village at the base of the ski resort. The venue opens starting at 4 p.m., with Maggie Rose opening for Bob Weir and the Wolf Bros at 5:30. 

Versatile singer-songwriter Maggie Rose released her highly anticipated album, "Change The Whole Thing," to critical acclaim. The album was named by Rolling Stone as one of the best albums of 2018. Stamped with her affinity for finely-crafted melodies and intricate storytelling, the project encompasses a blend of American music melding rock, soul, rhythm and blues, country and Gospel.

Bob Weir is one of the founding members of the legendary Grateful Dead, which received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007. Weir has become one of rock's finest and most distinctive rhythm guitarists. Weir, along with bassist Don Was and drummer Jay Lane, just completed their first North American tour, selling out more than half of their 22 dates. The Wolf Bros performed songs of the Grateful Dead and more in a trio setting across major markets including New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Nashville, Denver and Washington D.C.

There's little doubt that the memory you bring home of this special concert will possibly be the best Jackson Hole souvenir of 2020!