RaptorFest will include concert, crawfish, and convenient location
JACKSON HOLE, WY – Okay, dads, your day just got bigger…and better.
Father’s Day in Jackson Hole has meant RaptorFest for many. The Teton Raptor Center’s annual celebration of summer solstice will now move to town and include an all-out party.
In a partnership with JacksonHoleLive, the whole RaptorFest celebration will become a combination birds, boil, and bass drum kind of day. RaptorFest will take place at the Snow King Ball Park from 3:00 to 5:30 pm. Live birds of prey will be available fopr the public to enjoy.
Then, stick around; music from the New Orleans Suspects will accompany a crawfish boil from 5:30 to 10:30 pm.
“We are thrilled to welcome RaptorFest to JacksonHoleLive’s lineup of activities and entertainment on Father’s Day” said Shannon McCormick, JacksonHoleLive co-founder. “For anyone wondering what plans to make for that afternoon, we’ve got you covered with raptors, crawfish, lots of other delicious local food and beverage, kids activities including the strider bike course from Friends of Pathways, and The New Orleans Suspects.”
The Raptor Center’s executive director Amy Brennan McCarthy added, “Teton Raptor Center is excited to partner with JacksonHoleLive to offer a memorable kick-off to summer. The combination of live birds of prey and live music in the heart of town will be a special way to celebrate Father’s Day.”