Wyoming Arts Council

July 4th at Music in the Hole

Starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 4th, concertgoers can stake a claim for their favorite spot on Alpine Field, when the Jackson Hole Shootout Gang signals “Land Rush.” Armed with stakes, rope and lawn chairs, concertgoers stake out their favorite spot for the afternoon’s entertainment which begins at 3 p.m.

Mark “Fish” Fishman returns as MC introducing first-up Jackson Hole Community Band, followed by Thirsty, a local school rock band, then Petticoat Rules, an original production of Off Square Theatre, written by Pam Drews Phillips and Mary Murffit, then the Latin jazz grooves of Brasiliana with Keith Phillips and friends, and last, the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra featuring the return of soprano Christine Brewer with guest conductor Thomas Wilkins.

There will be a host of food concessionaires, a food drive to benefit the local food cupboard, and for the family, the Community Foundation of Jackson’s Old Bill’s Fun Run Kick-Off

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