- Grand Teton Music Festival hosts more than 40 concerts each summer in Jackson Hole
- Easy to find at the Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village, Wyoming
- The music festival runs annually from the end of June to late July
- Experience the best acoustics and incredible performances
Overview: The Grand Teton Music Festival hosts more than 40 concerts each summer in Jackson Hole, the famous Grand Teton region valley. Full orchestras, chamber music, and children’s concerts will brighten your warm summer nights.
When: From early July through mid-August.
Where: Concerts are held in the Walk Festival Hall, acclaimed for its superb acoustics. Walk Festival Hall is located in Teton Village, just 12 miles up WY-22, northwest of the town of Jackson.
Fee: While there a number of free events, tickets range from $25-$85 per person.
Details: In earlier years, orchestral performances were held in a carnival tent or in the Mangy Moose Saloon. But finally, in 1974, Walk Festival Hall was opened at the base of the ski slopes. A renovation in 2007, with interior and exterior soundproofing and other improvements, assures only the best acoustics and incredible performances here for years to come.
Besides being a permanent home for the Teton Music Festival, it also hosts the Banff Film Festival as well as the Alpinist Film Festival and other large-scale meetings and music events.
The Festival Orchestra is known as one of the world’s great orchestras. Professional orchestral musicians come from all over to form an incredible ensemble and provide visitors with an aesthetic experience.