JACKSON, Wyo. — Summer 2021 is just a mere two months away, and as the community eagerly awaits the season, businesses prepare for the anticipated crowds and excitement that come with it.
However, COVID-19 remains a determining factor for how businesses in the events and entertainment industry will operate this summer. In Jackson, some events will be put on hold, but other traditions will stay in place with modified venues and strict adherence to COVID-19 protocol.
While plans for some businesses and events are still to be announced, the following include those that have released their dates for summer 2021.
Farmers Market on the Square: Yes.
The Farmers Market will take place on the Town Square each Saturday during the summer from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon. The first market of the year takes place on the Saturday following Jul. 4, and runs through the 3rd Saturday of September.
Due to construction on Snow King Mountain, JacksonHoleLive is without a venue for the 2021 summer season.
Concerts on the Commons: Yes.
The annual free and outdoor concert series in Teton Village is confirmed to return this summer on Sundays at 5 p.m. Musicians and lineup TBA.
Teton County Fair: Yes.
This year’s fair marks both the 100th Anniversary of Teton County, as well as the 65th Annual Teton County Fair. The fair is set to take place from Jul. 23, to Aug. 1.
Grand Teton Music Fest: Yes.
The 60th annual, seven-week festival will be held from Jul. 2, through Aug. 21. Visit https://gtmf.org for more information.
The Million Dollar Music Fest: Yes.
The annual Million Dollar Music Festival will be staged over three nights inside the famous Jackson Hole venue throughout Memorial Day Weekend. The 2021 line-up features Jackson Hole favorites, Midland, Runaway June, and Jenny Tolman.
Music on Main: Yes.
The free, all-ages outdoor summer concert series has been bringing highly talented local and national musicians of diverse genres to Teton Valley, Idaho for 15 years. Concerts take place every Thursday in Victor City Park. For event information and updates click here.
Stay tuned as Buckrail will make changes when updates and announcements for summer 2021 events are made.
Fire in the Mountains: No
Fire in the Mountains has been postponed to July of 2022 for the health and safety of Teton County. The lineup remains the same for 2022.