4 Summer Highlights at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts
A peek at the newly-released lineup hosted in the town’s cultural epicenter
June 5, 2019
The Center Theater
$75-95 + a processing fee
Jam out to the tunes of musical group, Snarky Puppy, a band composed of 25 different rotating artists that put their own spin on merging the influences of black and white American music culture. The group is comprised of musicians from all over the world, and push each other to explore the boundaries of creativity through their music with a convergence of gospel and R&B beats.
All That’s Left Behind – 2019 Creative in Residence
June 8-9, 2019
The Center Theater and Lobby
Ticket Prices Vary
The Center Campus will be transformed into an immersive art exhibit with a variety of large-scale sculptures and artistry from elaborate shrines to an exploration of desert flora and fauna. The event will also include some tunes to groove to with musical female-duo, Rising Appalachia, performing their own unique version of Southern traditional music.
Thin Air Shakespeare As You Like It
July 5-7 and July 11-14, 2019
The Center Amphitheater
Grab some fellow thespians and head over to The Center Amphitheater for a plein air performance of William Shakespeare’s comedy, As You Like It, presented by Off Square Theatre Company and directed by Edgar Landa. The 7th annual year for Thin Air Shakespeare, the event encourages viewers to enjoy the play picnic-style with blankets, snacks and drinks under the sun-setting Wyoming sky.
The Midsummer Melt with Portugal. The Man
August 12, 2019
The Center Theater
$65-95 (On Sale May 22)
Portugal. The Man and their Grammy-winning hit single “Feel It Still” put them on the map. Now, witness the alt-rock band live at The Center Theater for an intimate performance that will benefit reversing the effects of climate change. The evening will include a seminar on the impacts of climate change, as well as a feature a documentary from Alpine Science Institutes Interdisciplinary Climate Change Expedition focusing in on the decline of glaciers in the film, “Glaciers of the Winds”. All proceeds from the event and concert will go to Alpine Science Institute of Central Wyoming College and Protect Our Winters (POW).