This summer’s free, all-ages live music lineup is creating a lot of buzz around Jackson Hole. Since the announcement of our five-show concert series, people are flocking to our Facebook page and website to check the details of our impressive roster of summer music. Here’s an overview of this summer’s shows.  We can’t wait to see you all there!

Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real June 29 JacksonHoleLive - Free, all-ages live music in Jackson Hole

Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real Performing June 29 JacksonHoleLive – Free, all-ages live music in Jackson Hole

Saturday, June 29, 4:30 pm Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real – This exuberant 24-year-old phenom returns to the Tetons with his powerhouse rock ‘n’ roll outfit Promise of the Real to kick off JacksonHoleLive 2013 with a bang. Come ready to rock with an all-American rock band that loves to pay homage to Jimi Hendrix and Neil Young. Opening for POTR will be our own indie folk band The Flannel Attractions. A full day of fun is in store before the show with the Outerlocal Summer Games. Read More

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Dock Party Snake River Brewing Celebrates Free Live Music in Jackson Hole

Dock Party Celebrates Free Live Music in Jackson Hole

Don’t miss the Dock Party for JacksonHoleLive’s Summer of Free Live Music in Jackson Hole!

This Thursday, June 6, ride your bike down to Snake River Brewing to celebrate this summer’s lineup of outstanding live music acts from JacksonHoleLive.

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By Brielle Schaeffer, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, May 30, 2013

Young Dubliners at JacksonHoleLive

Big names are coming to the Snow King Ball Park stage for the second year of JacksonHoleLive’s free live music series.JacksonHoleLive announced Wednesday evening  nearly all the acts in its five-show summer lineup. Rock ’n’ roller Lukas Nelson and the Promise of the Real will start the series with a show June 29. On July 14, renowned Americana singer Steve Earle will play with his band, The Dukes. Robert Walter’s 20th Congress performs jazz and funk Aug. 3. The dates are in addition to the previously announced July 4 show with Old Crow Medicine Show and the Young Dubliners. Read More
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St. John's Medical Center Sponsors Live Music in Jackson HoleBank of Jackson Hole Sponsors Live Music in Jackson HoleBudERLogo4C

St. John’s Medical Center has served Jackson Hole for nearly 100 years! “At the turn of the 20th century, there was no doctor, no hospital and no access to either. Emergency cases had to be taken by wagon or sled over Teton Pass to the railroad twenty-five miles away, then by train to Idaho Falls. Not all of these patients survived the journey. In 1916, that all changed with the construction of a log cabin they called St. John’s Hospital. Originally the hospital consisted of a small four-room building with an operating room, kitchen and two patient rooms. During the decades that followed, health care in Jackson Hole was enhanced with physical expansion of facilities, modern technology, and new services.” – www.tetonhospital.org

Bank of Jackson Hole is a locally owned bank with deep community roots. “The idea for the bank was born one night over dinner at Stieglers, when Conrad Schwiering (known as Connie), John Turner and Bob Biolchini conceptualized a financial institution that could respond to the folks of Jackson with speed and with creative individualized service. It was 1982, and dreams were as big as your imagination. In no time the dream became a reality, a tiny startup bank housed in a trailer on Broadway was bought, and the Bank of Jackson Hole came into existence with 3 million in assets, and a whole Valley to serve. The neophyte institution was dubbed ‘the bank in the box’ that townspeople joked would probably be towed away some dark night, vault and all! The three men, along with John Turner’s mother Louise Bertschy, became the first stockholders; and Connie Schwiering took the reins as the bank’s first Chairman of the Board.” – www.bankofjacksonhole.com

Osprey Beverages purchased Dunlap Distributing about five years ago, and they have continued the tradition of excellence in Jackson Hole. Sales Manager Craig Swink says, “we try to get as local as we can with our beer.” In addition to distributing Budweiser and Stella Artois products, Osprey handles Snake River Brewing, our Title Sponsor. Leo Gutierrez, General Manager, says, “we love supporting free live music in Jackson Hole. It’s a perfect way to enjoy a cold beer on a sunny summer evening.” Osprey Beverages is located at 4255 S. Hwy 89 and hires 13 local employees who operate 7 trucks, on distribution routes from Grand Teton National Park all the way south to Cokeville, Wyoming. We thank them for sponsoring free live music at the Snow King Ball Park this summer!

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Old Crow Medicine Show Headlines July 4 Concert in Jackson Hole - Free Live Music All Ages!

Old Crow Medicine Show Headlines July 4 Concert in Jackson Hole – Free Live Music All Ages!

 

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JACKSON, WY – Organizers of JacksonHoleLive announced that the July 4th JacksonHoleLive concert will feature Old Crow Medicine Show, The Young Dubliners, Parker Milsap, and the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra, performing live via simulcast from Walk Festival Hall, as part of this year’s valley-wide expansion of Music in the Hole.

“Old Crow Medicine Show is at the forefront of the recent folk revival,” explained Shannon McCormick, one event planner. “They are one of the hippest, most rocking Americana acts I know. These boys get after it. They are a perfect match for Jackson Hole’s Fourth of July.” Read More

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