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February Events in Jackson Hole

Plan a winter trip to the Center for the Arts to experience the stellar lineup



Photos courtesy of Jackson Hole Center for the Arts

National Theatre Live: Fleabag
Feb 3
The Center Theater
$20 adults, $15 students

BBC’s six-time Emmy winning dark comedy, Fleabag, may have just concluded their final season, but the dry-humored show has now been adapted into a one-woman performance starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. See the unfiltered (and critically acclaimed) storytelling of Waller-Bridge that’s selling out crowds in New York and London at the intimate Center Theater. 

Courtney Barnett (Solo Set); with special guest Hachiku
Feb 6
The Center Theater
$57-77 plus processing fee

Australian indie-rocker, Courtney Barnett is journeying to Jackson Hole this month to perform her intoxicatingly insightful songs about self-awareness. Accompanying her onstage is the self-produced (and unique) pop artist, Hachiku for a night full of soothing tunes. 

The Laff Staff Comedy Improv
Feb 7 & 8
The Black Box at The Center

For over a decade The Laff Staff crew has mastered the art of unscripted humor. The quick-to-sell-out show has now become a staple at the Center for the Arts, with sketches from interactive skits to quick-witted games that guarantees an evening with zany ad-libbing, clever humor and big laughs. 

An Evening with Chris Thile
February 9
The Center Theater
Tickets: $65-85 plus processing fee

Get your fix of live rock, classical, jazz and bluegrass at the highly-anticipated concert led by multi-Grammy winner Chris Thile. Specializing in the mandolin, enticing lyrics and distinctive vocals,  Thile will perform songs from his solo career, as well as compositions from his days with bands like Nickel Creek and the Punch Brothers. 

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