JACKSON, WY— Music warms up this January week, from karaoke at the National Museum of Wildlife Art to national performers you won’t want to miss.
Start your weekend on Thursday at the Museum’s monthly Mix’d Media event featuring suds from four local breweries, karaoke and DIY supplies to create your own coasters. Then grab tickets for the Victor Wooten Trio at Center for the Arts.
Musician Brett Dennen stirred things up by playing on the START Bus when he visited last year. This year he returns to the Knotty Pine in partnership with Protect Our Winters on his 2018 Lift Tour.
Round out the weekend with Blues Hall of Fame Australian artist Michael Charles at the Mangy Moose Saloon and a National Theatre Live Broadcast of Peter Pan at the Center.
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January Mix'd Media
Sing. Create. Drink. Eat. Make your own coasters and share your karaoke skills at National Museum of Wildlife Art's Mix'd Media! Local brews from four ...
The Victor Wooten Trio with Dennis Chambers & Bob Franceschini
Five-time Grammy award-winning bass player, producer, composer, author, and educator Victor Wooten comes to Jackson with the Victor Wooten Trio – comprised of Wooten, legendary drummer ...
Brett Dennen - 2018 Lift Series
About the 2018 Lift Series: "Like last year, this performance will be solo acoustic, which I consider to be a unique and fulfilling way to perform. ...
Michael Charles at the Mangy Moose
Grammy elected, and Blues Hall of Fame Australian artist, Michael Charles will claim the stage and embrace you with an elevated level of energy and ...
National Theatre Live: Peter Pan
All children, except one, grow up… Captured live at the National Theatre, a recorded performance of JM Barrie’s much-loved tale screens at Center for ...
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