Grand Teton Music Festival

Delve into the annual Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) in Jackson Hole, uncovering details on tickets, live performances, and special activities.

Jackson Hole is filled with year-round fun, and this music festival proves it. Entering its 63rd season, the Grand Teton Music Festival brings together classical musicians from around the world for a summer-long series of concerts in the Jackson Hole area. Listen to a variety of passionate works that will be showcased throughout the Festival Orchestra concerts, Gateway Series concerts, a Chamber Music Series, opera events, and outdoor performances.

Led by Music Director Sir Donald Runnicles, the festival will feature educational programs, community events, and more than 100 performances. Revel in the ultimate celebration of classical music with over 250 talented musicians. This eight-week celebration includes legendary instrumentalists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Augustin Hadelich, and Jennifer Koh. Listen to iconic compositions such as Beethoven’s “Violin Concerto,” Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue,” and Rachmaninoff’s “Second Piano Concerto.”

Grand Teton Music Festival Information


June 27 - August 17, 2024

For more information on the schedule of events, visit the official website of the Grand Teton Music Festival here.


The main festival events will be held at the Walk Festival Hall, which is located at 3330 Cody Lane. Event-goers can also attend the Jayne and Al Hilde, Jr. Patriotic Pops and a Family Concert at the Center for the Arts Park, which is situated at 240 S Glenwood Street.


Prices for admission will vary depending on your choice of program.

  • Festival Orchestra - $40 - $85 per person
  • Outdoor Concerts - $35 - $50 per person for a reserved seat. Lawn seating is free.

Featured Events & Activities

Enjoy the Melodious Performances of Classical Concerts

The Grand Teton Music Festival is an all-encompassing hub of musical entertainment, from world-renowned pianists and cellists to conductors and opera soloists. You may be well-versed in your classical music repertoire, but here, movements take on a whole new dimension. Transport yourself to whimsical surroundings with a semi-staged rendition of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” or marvel at impressive orchestral pacing during a rendition of Brahm’s “Symphony No. 3.” Whether you’re a Gustav Mahler fan or a Johann Sebastian Bach enthusiast, there is no shortage of sensational music at this festival.

TIP: Don’t miss elevating your classical music experience by watching open rehearsals, which run from June 28 to August 9, 2024 at 10:00 a.m. in Walk Festival Hall.

Expand Your Musical Horizons with Diverse Performances

Classical music isn’t the only highlight of the music festival–jazz, bossa nova, and folk songs are just some of the delights that you’ll find at this event. Make your way to the Gateway Series, where Brazilian musicians Sérgio and Clarice Assad, as well as jazz musician Tony DeSare will set the perfect scene for a snazzy evening. In addition, banjo artists Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn will have you tapping your feet to infectious rustic beats.

Enrich Your Knowledge with a Pre-Concert Talk

Transform your festival experience with fascinating presentations about certain performances, learning new perspectives behind the composers and the historical context of each movement. Pre-concert talks are must-visit events as each session provides a deeper understanding of the music and showcases engaging insights. Unwind in the breathtaking wooded area at the Barbara Furrer Goodman Memorial Garden near the north entrance of Walk Festival Hall. Cultivate a deeper appreciation for timeless works of George Gershwin, Béla Bartók, and more.

Connect with Fellow Music Lovers Through Community Engagement Programs

Along with performances at Walk Festival Hall, the concert series offers accessible programs and shows for music lovers of all ages. The festival’s On the Road program consists of free shows in different parts of Teton County, including venues in Grand Teton National Park and Miller Park. The Musical Adventure sessions cater to you and your little ones, centering around educational and fun activities. Longtime residents and travelers who are staying in Jackson Hole for the summer can enroll their budding musicians in different camps, from orchestral- to strings-focused courses.

Where to Stay

Plan your experience at the Grand Teton Music Festival and book your stay at one of our exceptional accommodations in Jackson Hole. Our hotels are conveniently located in downtown Jackson Hole, offering short drives to the Walk Festival Hall in less than 30 minutes.