The Center presents Gov’t Mule at bonus JacksonHoleLive show

JACKSON, WY – Center for the Arts and JacksonHoleLive teamed up to bring one more night of live music to the Snow King Ball Park, and they’re ending the season with a bang:

Gov’t Mule is coming to the JacksonHoleLive stage Tuesday, August 20. Two sets start at 6 PM.

Gov’t Mule vocalist and guitarist Warran Hayes first gazed up Snow King Mountain as a member of The Allman Brothers Band in 2004. Fifteen years later, the Grammy Award-winning frontman will make history again at Snow King Ball Park, this time with the rock and roll mystique of Gov’t Mule. The band formed in 1994 and is a melting pot of rock, blues, soul, and jazz. The timeless band came of age during the “jam band” scene of the late 90s.

This is the first time The Center and JacksonHoleLive have partnered on a production this big, but collaboration is hardly new to JacksonHoleLive. Past partnerships include the Best of Jackson Hole, Town of Jackson, St. John’s Hospital Foundation, Teton Raptor Center, Teton County Search and Rescue, and the Teton County Fair.

‘This is an ideal collaboration between Center for the Arts and JacksonHoleLive to bring a major act to the outdoor stage,” said Center for the Arts President and CEO David J. Rothman.” Our shared commitment to support excellent programming for the entire community is the backbone of this project. Our combined resources give us the ability to attract major acts like Gov’t Mule, and if this event goes well, we’ll be exploring the possibility of making this collaboration an annual event.”

Gates will open at 5 p.m. with two sets of Gov’t Mule starting at 6 p.m. Admission at the gate is $20 for adults and free for kids (13 and under). There will be no advanced ticket sales. For more information, visit

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