JACKSON, Wyo. — The Center for the Arts is pleased to announce two incredible programs in March! On March 3, The Center is hosting a virtual program of The Moth Mainstage, and on March 10 and 11, get ready for Yonder Salmon Dusters, a curated show of bluegrass and jam band all-stars.

The Moth returns to The Center on March 3 for its sixth annual Mainstage performance – this time virtually. Since its launch in 1997, The Moth has presented thousands of stories, presented live and without notes.

Moth shows are renowned for the great range of human experiences they showcase. Through ongoing programs in more than 25 cities, The Moth has presented over 20,000 stories to standing-room-only crowds worldwide.

This year’s lineup:




Get your tickets here!

On March 10 and 11, join The Center for Yonder Salmon Dusters, a curated show of bluegrass and jam band all-stars featuring Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals – Yonder Mountain String Band), Drew Emmitt (mando, guitar, vocals – Leftover Salmon), Greg Garrison (bass – Leftover Salmon), and Jeremy Garrett (fiddle, looping, vocals – Infamous Stringdusters).

The Center will be hosting two in-person shows with limited 100-person seating and will also be live streaming these same shows for virtual viewing from the comfort of your own home.

Tickets are available here for the in-person events (SOLD OUT, please join waitlist)here for the March 10 live stream and here for the March 11 live stream. Expect a different set each night!

In addition to limiting the in-person audience to 100 people to ensure social distancing, The Center has taken new safety measures and instituted new protocols to make the audience experience as safe as possible.

The airflow in The Center Theater has been improved by increasing fresh air intake and maximizing the air exchange rate. The HVAC filtration has been upgraded to the highest possible filtration, promoting the highest quality of air.

Before and after each show, The Center’s sanitizer fogger will be run through the theater to ensure that the space has been sanitized for patrons. Masks will be required at all times, tickets must be printed at home, and concession offerings will be limited.


Note: FOR THE VIRTUAL EVENTS, you can pick your own ticket price. Proceeds from your purchase are split between the artist and Center for the Arts. Please pay what you can to help The Center continue to bring you excellent programming. Only ONE ticket is needed per household.