JACKSON, Wyo. — Based on the rapid sellout of the July 16 concert atop Snow King, King Concerts announces a second show on the Summit Stage Sunday, July 17.

Both nights will feature “Duane Betts & His Friends” with a star-studded lineup
of national touring musicians and the addition of vocalist Nicki Bluhm on Saturday and Sunday.

Tickets for the second show on July 17 will be available online at noon MST on Wednesday, June 22. Ticket holders will gain access to the concert venue, food and beverage concessions and unlimited use of the gondola.

To facilitate a swift ticket checkout process when tickets go on sale, you can visit https://store.snowkingmountain.com/en/accounts/login/ to create an online profile prior to purchasing tickets at noon on Wed the 21st.   

Tickets are $30 in advance and $60 the day of the show. Scenic gondola tickets are $30 so it’s like getting a free concert or free gondola ride, depending on how you look at it. Venue gates will open at 2:30 p.m. and the music will begin at 4 p.m.

Limited VIP Express tickets priced at $200 include priority loading and downloading on the gondola, access to the Panorama House for complimentary beer, wine, soft drinks and limited appetizers from 4 to 8 p.m.

Jackson-based brands Stio and Roadhouse Brewing will be the co-title sponsors of the event with support from Bank of Jackson Hole, The Bird, Eleanor’s and Remède Hydration Therapy.

The event will be held in a natural setting on the summit of Snow King. Patrons are encouraged to bring blankets, low-back chairs, sturdy shoes and mountain weather appropriate clothing to enjoy the alpine environment in comfort.

Duane Betts & His Friends

With generationally-deep musical roots, Duane Betts & His Friends are a superhighway of talent driven by a powerful trifecta of forces: genetic predisposition, an innate passion to play and perform, and an intrinsic desire to honor and carry on their fathers’ legacies.

North Mississippi Allstars, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson, Lamar Williams, Jr. Photo: Courtesy

Guitarist and singer-songwriter Duane Betts will be joined by drummer Cody Dickinson, guitarist Luther Dickinson, multi-instrumentalist Jackie Greene, bassist Berry Duane Oakley, guitarist Johnny Stachela, and vocalists Lamar Williams Jr. and Nicki Bluhm for an
an evening of collaboration, inspiration and improvisation.

Nicki Bluhm

Nicki Bluhm. Photo: Courtesy

A San Franciscan now calling Tennessee home, Nicki Bluhm possesses a modern, clear-eyed perspective that grabs the heart and keeps you holding on to every word. Bluhm hit the national circuit with Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers. In 2017, she made the decision to leave California to forge a career as a solo artist in Nashville. Her ensuing solo album, To Rise You Gotta Fall, plumbed the depths of hard goodbyes and hopeful beginnings.

Her fresh release, Avondale Drive, is a masterful exploration of what it means to be fully yourself, rather than a vessel for the expectations of others. Following appearances and collaborations with artists such as Phil Lesh, Dawes, The Band of Heathens, Little Feat and The Infamous Stringdusters. Bluhm’s creative confidence is well-won, and her authentic voice and songwriting continue to steal hearts.