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4 January Happenings in Jackson Hole

A month full of music, film and storytelling at Jackson Hole Center for the Arts



Silent Disco 2020
January 8, 2020
The Center Theater 
$18 First tier tickets; $28 second tier or day of event tickets

Extend the holiday revelry with an evening of moving and grooving. The twist: the disco is silent, where music-lovers wear wireless headphones and get to switch in between music from three performing DJs. 

An Evening with Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), Oliver Wood (the Wood Brothers) and Justin Townes Earle
January 19, 2020
The Center Theater
$57-67 plus processing fee

Groove to the collaboration of tunes from singers and songwriters Vince Herman, Oliver Wood and Justin Townes Earle at the Center Theater. Expect genres spanning from blues to folk-rock with thought-provoking lyrics creating an authentic and genuine concert experience. 

Film Screening: Americaville 
January 24, 2020 
The Center Theater
$17 tickets + $3 processing fee

A documentary following residents of a duplicate Jackson Hole hidden within the mountains of the outskirts of Beijing, China. The film explores cultural differences and similarities, self-fulfillment, romance and the perception of America. Following the presentation, the theater will host a live Q&A with the man behind the making of the film, Adam James Smith. 

The Moth Mainstage
January 28, 2020 
The Center Theater
$55-75 tickets + processing fee 

Unfiltered and sincere, The Moth has delivered raw storytelling and personal experiences since 1997. Immerse yourself within a powerful display of emotions from five unique speakers comprised of writers and artists that tell true narratives about themselves without any notes at this community-driven show. 

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