JACKSON, Wyo. — This year, join Jackson’s all-time favorite folk musicians for a special virtual-only Hootenanny 2020 on The Center’s stage on Monday, November 9 at 7 p.m.
The event will be live-streamed HERE and will be available to watch for 24 hours after the initial live screening. Tickets are on sale now and follow a “pick your own” model ranging from $10-$25.
Once a year, the Hootenanny trades in its usual Monday night venue in Moose and performs an in-town version of the long-running tradition. The Hootenanny began in the 1950s and continues to be a home for some of Jackson’s best musicians. The Center’s yearly gathering allows Jackson-based talent to belt out their tunes on the large stage and share the magic captured in front of the Tetons. Past artists include Bill Briggs, Hank Phibbs, Dan Thomasma, and Byron Tomingas.
Talented pickers, founding performers, and long-time stalwarts take the stage to perform covers and originals – all acoustically.
THIS YEAR’S PERFORMERS
Peter and Adrienne Ward
Kate and Mike Swanson
Sally McCullough and Jenny Landgraf
For this performance, you can pick your own ticket price. Please pay what you can to help The Center continue to bring you excellent programming.
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