JACKSON, Wyo. — Jackson Hole Mountain Resort announced rock trio The Record Company as the 2020 Rendezvous Spring Festival’s headline act Friday night.
The Record Company will take the main stage on the Town Square Friday, March 27. Bob Weir and Wolf Bros will take the center stage Saturday, March 28 in Teton Village.
The Record Company showcases a sound that is “evolving with a bold, adventurous style sure to electrify crowds this spring,” JHMR said in a press release.
“We want to be known as the best live band on Earth,” says drummer Marc Cazorla on the band’s website,” and the only way to do that is to believe it. We were an opening band for five years, and we made it our goal every night when we took the stage to be remembered.”
Jackson Hole Rendezvous is a three-day spring lifestyle and music festival presenting concerts on multiple stages in Teton Village and the iconic Town Square in Jackson, WY from March 26-28, 2020. All events are free of charge for general admission audiences across all venues, and VIP options are available for purchase.
Opening for The Record Company on Friday is Lonesome Gold, the local folk, rock group dedicated to authentic mountain music. Opening for Bob Weir and Wolf Bros is Americana singer-songwriter Maggie Rose. Après at Rendezvous kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday in Teton Village with specials and activities from Bud Light Seltzer, Nature Valley, Teton Gravity Research’s Fire on the Mountain showing, Smartwool and more.
“We’ve got an incredible line up for this year’s Rendezvous Festival,” said JHMR Chief Brand Officer Tyler LaMotte. “The Record Company and Bob Weir and Wolf Bros along with stellar opening acts are sure to create an exciting and memorable weekend of free music, skiing and riding that is not to be missed.”
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