The Center Summer & Fall Lineup Announcement

JACKSON, WYO – Who’s ready to be inspired? An incredible announcement of bands, singer-songwriters, filmmakers, and a magician paints a rich and diverse lineup at Center for the Arts through October. Kicking off the summer with eleven-time Grammy nominated songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter (June 27), the hits keep coming with legends Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Rickie Lee Jones, Hot Tuna Electric with Steve Kimock, Chick Corea Akoustic Band, John Scofield, as well as the younger generation of ultra talent like Shovels and Rope and Rodrigo y Gabriela. The Manhattan Short Film Festival and illusionist/magician Michael Grandinetti round out the non-concert dates.

The full lineup for the Center Theater is listed below. Tickets for the summer season will go on sale at 12 p.m. MST on May 23 at

JUNE 27 / 7:30PM
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Website

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Website

AUG 01 / 8PM
Rickie Lee Jones, Website

AUG 07 / 8PM
Shovels and Rope, Website

AUG 21 / 8PM
The Chick Corea Akoustic Band with John Patitucci and Dave Weckl

AUG 28 / 8PM
Electric Hot Tuna with Steve Kimock

SEPT 10 / 7:30PM

SEPT 18 / 8PM
Rodrigo y Gabriela, Website

OCT 04 / 7PM
Manhattan Short Film Festival

OCT 09 / 8PM
John Scofield’s Combo 66 featuring Gerald Clayton, Vincente Archer, and Bill Stewart

OCT 14 / 6PM
Michael Grandinetti MAGIC!

OCT 16 / 8PM
Portland Cello Project perform Radiohead’s OK Computer, Website


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