Uncategorized | July 23, 2012
Summer is the time to get out and enjoy Wyoming’s great outdoors and great musicians! Luckily there are still plenty of music festivals coming up across the state.
The Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole is celebrating its 51st season with concerts Tuesday through Saturday nights until August 18th. Music fans have a variety of choices, from the Festival’s renowned classical offerings to bluegrass and jazz.
This coming weekend (July 27-29) head to Kemmerer and take part in the Oyster Ridge Music Festival, Wyoming’s “largest, free music festival”! Don’t just come for the music though, Oyster Ridge has planned workshops, competitions and vendors.
Travel to Casper Mountain August 4-5 for an exciting weekend of great bluegrass music at the Beartrap Summer Festival! Beartrap promises a variety of vendors including artists, craftspeople and, of course, food!
Music fans have a couple of choices the weekend of August 10-12! Head to Ten Sleep for the twelfth Nowoodstock festival, only $30 for a weekend pass!
Or, if you find yourself in the south of the state on August 11th, join the Sweetwater Blues and Brew Festival at Bunning Park in Rock Springs.