Are you an art lover? If so, attending the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival should be on your bucket list! It’s one of the most anticipated events in the Rocky Mountain West, attracting thousands of art enthusiasts each year. You’ll find artwork from national and international artists as well as live music, cowboy poetry, food, and wine. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip to Wyoming this September! Here are some of the things you’ll see at the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival.
Learn more about the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival and other local events when you download our free vacation guide. It’s full of recommendations for fun things to do during your stay at the Bentwood Inn!
Mark Keathley is the featured artist of this year’s Fall Arts Festival. Mark has been enamored with mood, light, drama, and color for as long as he can remember. Adding those elements to artistic expression, it’s easy to see why his work is widely sought after across the country. Mark has won many awards for his art, however, his strongest desire is to tell a story that will cause the viewer to ponder the important things in life.
The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival offers a multitude of events over the course of eleven days. Most take place around Town Square in the heart of Jackson Hole, while others take you on a journey through the valley. Here are just a few program highlights.
There are so many other events to enjoy at the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival! Be sure to check the chamber website for information and updates.
Now that you know all about the 2017 festival, it’s time to start planning your trip to Jackson Hole! Our lodge is just a short drive from Town Square and boasts comfortable guest rooms, spectacular views, and delicious dining options. We even offer a number of specials and packages to help you save on your trip! Rooms are filling up quickly so don’t wait – check our availability and book your stay today. We can’t wait to see you in the Tetons!
Looking for more upcoming events?
Check out our blog about the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.