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11th Annual Targhee Fest - July 17-19, 2015

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3 Day Passes - 11th Annual Targhee Fest July 17-19, 2015
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All ticket pricing is subject to change, to guarantee your best deal buy early at Shop.GrandTarghee.com. Quantities are limited. Passes do not include parking.

Tickets will be sent immediately to the email used when purchasing online (Print at Home) Over the counter tickets will be available. All prices include Tax.

11th Annual Targhee Fest Parking

Targhee On Mountain Parking Pricing
Grand Targhee Resort on mountain parking will sold on-site during the event at our front gate, first come first serve.
1 Day Parking (day-of-only) $10.00
3 Day Parking $30.00

11th Annual Targhee Fest Schedule

Friday
Jeff Crosby & The Refugees
Martin Sexton
Warren Haynes
Gov't Mule
Saturday
Martha Scanlan
Amy Helm & The Handsome Strangers
Patty Griffin
Mavis Staples
Jackie Greene
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers
Sunday
Good Old War
James McMurtry
The Wood Brothers
Brandi Carlile

Late Night at the Trap

July 17: Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons, $5, 11:00pm
July 18: Kris Lager Band, $10, 11:00pm
July 19: The Hooligans, FREE! 7:00pm

11th Annual Targhee Fest - July 17-19, 2015

Started in the summer of 2004 to draw on the musical spirit that exists under the shadows of the majestic Teton Mountains, Targhee Fest is the ultimate all-around mountain lifestyle and music festival in the Rockies. Targhee Fest occurs in a majestic high-alpine setting at 7800 feet that is just steps away from the village of Grand Targhee Resort where you can have comfortable lodging accommodations, great dining, lift serviced hiking & biking, and full service shopping – with camping only a few more short steps away from the main music venue. Targhee Fest is about great music, the culture and lifestyle of the mountains, great food and drink, the spirit of sustainability and the hospitality that resides in this jewel of a resort.

Gov't Mule

Rock torchbearers Gov't Mule are celebrating their 20th anniversary with an extensive tour and a series of dynamic live archival releases that highlight the group's versatility and epic, fearless live performances. The deep chemistry and steely confidence shared by the quartet allow them to tackle any form of music and stamp it their own while remaining true to the spirit and intent of the original. This can of course be heard any time guitarist-singer Warren Haynes, drummer Matt Abts, bassist Jorgen Carlsson and multi-instrumentalist Danny Louis take the stage, but a series of new live archival releases really drives the point home.


Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers

Almost three decades after winning a Grammy for Best New Artist and launching one of contemporary music's most diverse careers, Bruce Hornsby still makes joyful noise as he discovers clever and expansive ways to chronicle dynamic musical snapshots of his often generously collaborative journey.

Nothing better illustrates this than Hornsby's communion with his longtime band, the Noisemakers. And nothing catches that connection with more daring fluency than a couple of live collections released eleven years apart; 2011's Bride of the Noisemakers, a set of concert recordings from 2007 to 2009, and 2000's Here Come the Noisemakers, which initially unveiled Hornsby and his band's free-wheeling live approaches to the Virginia-born pianist and composer's memorable songs.


Warren Haynes

Grammy Award winning artist Warren Haynes has been recognized as a cornerstone of the American music landscape and revered as one of the finest guitar players in the world. Throughout his prolific career as part of three of the greatest live groups in rock history – Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule and the Dead – his virtuosic artistry has led to thousands of unforgettable performances and millions of album and track sales. Despite all of the ground that Haynes has covered on his musical journey, the impressive thing is that he still has many miles to explore. On his newest solo album Ashes and Dust, he puts forth one of his most gorgeous, musically rich and personal albums to date. It is endlessly exciting to see one of the most brilliant minds in modern music shine an entirely new light on the depths of his creativity.


Brandi Carlile

A singer/songwriter whose music splits the difference between pop/rock and folksy Americana, Brandi Carlile was born in the small town of Ravensdale, Washington. Carlile found early influences from the classic country music her parents doted on, specifically Patsy Cline, and she made her stage debut at the age of eight after she was taken to a local country radio show by her mother. At 17, Carlile picked up the guitar, having developed a taste for rock & roll through Elton John's classic albums of the '70s, and began hitting the Seattle bar scene; playing anywhere she could get a gig (including a stint singing backup for an Elvis Presley tribute act).

Her emotionally powerful songwriting and acoustic guitar led her to opening shows for Dave Matthews, Shawn Colvin, and India.Arie. With numerous critically-acclaimed albums, she’s promoting her most recent album, The Firewatcher's Daughter. Opting for a loose and live feel for the album, it was recorded almost without demoing any of the songs or overdubs. The album appeared the first week of March 2015.


The Wood Brothers

Americana roots band The Wood Brothers are comprised of real life brothers Chris and Oliver Wood, as well as multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix. Starting with debut ‘Ways Not To Lose,’ which NPR described as a collection of “gracious little songs [that] sound like they were born on a front porch during a beautiful sunset,” The Wood Brothers have made albums like you’re not supposed to anymore — recording mostly live, warts and all. But on ‘The Muse,’ they double down on the production values of a purer time. The new album shuffles between bluesy, classic country and swampy funk, mining the brothers’ timeless influences (Robert Johnson, Willie Nelson, Charles Mingus) while sounding fresh enough to win over fans of today’s mainstream roots-music acts (The Avett Brothers, Mumford & Sons).


James McMurtry

Referred to as "the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation," by Entertainment Weekly, Austin, Texas-based artist James McMurtry spins stories with a poet's pen and a painter's precision. Proof: The acclaimed songwriter's new album Complicated Game. McMurtry's first collection in six years spotlights a craftsman in absolutely peak form as he turns from political toward personal. "The lyrical theme is mostly about relationships," McMurtry says. "It's also a little about the big old world verses the poor little farmer or fisherman. I never make a conscious decision about what to write about."


Patty Griffin

American Kid, Patty Griffin's seventh album, is her first album of mainly new material since Children Running Through in 2007. In between, she made the Grammy Award-winning Downtown Church (2010), her version of classic gospel (though it featured three original songs). She also became a member of Band of Joy, the group in which leader Robert Plant and his cohorts meld British and American folk, rock, and spiritual music. American Kid, much of which Griffin says "was written to honor my father," returns to typical Patty Griffin territory featuring a group of remarkably powerful, personal and unpredictable songs arranged and performed in a style that doesn't entirely repeat anything she's done on her previous albums while drawing on all of them.


Amy Helm and the Handsome Strangers

Amy Helm's deep musical roots were enriched by a lifetime of exposure to the finest expressions of American musical tradition. Combined with her stunning vocal and other creative gifts, those roots have grown up to reveal a spellbinding artist who moves easily through a broad range of musical styles. The daughter of music legend Levon Helm and singer/songwriter Libby Titus Fagen, Helm wields a powerful voice that can both stir and soothe, whether she is singing traditional gospel, blues standards or her own heartfelt compositions. She is a gifted musician on both mandolin and drums, and has clearly absorbed the lessons of the many other accomplished artists with whom she has shared stages, including Mavis Staples, Emmylou Harris, and Joan Osborne, as well as other uniquely American performers like Dr. John and Hubert Sumlin.


Mavis Staples

There are few living musicians who can lay claim to being the voice of America's conscience, and even fewer who continue to make vital music. For six decades Mavis Staples has been the solid rock of American music. Alongside the family group she is so identified with, the Staple Singers, Mavis has managed to transform herself as she goes, yet never alter. From the delta-inflected gospel sound she helped create in the 1950s ("Uncloudy Day"), to the engaged protest of the civil rights era ("Freedom Highway"), and then, amazingly, on pop radio in the 1970s with a series of chart hits ("I'll Take You There," "Respect Yourself," "Lets Do It Again")--through all these, Mavis carried on, her warm embrace of a voice the only constant.


Martin Sexton

Remember that mix tape your friend made you way back when - the one that's etched in your soul? Martin Sexton's new album Mixtape of the Open Road is that musical cross-country trip, blazing through all territories of style, as you cruise through time and place. This record is a charm bracelet of twelve gems all strung together with the golden thread of what Rolling Stone calls has called a "soul marinated voice." Sexton, an upstate New Yorker, left home with seventy-five bucks and a Stratocaster to chase his musical dreams singing in the streets of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, gradually and independently working his way to the premiere venues of North America, inspiring fans and musicians along the way.


Jackie Greene

Jackie Greene began his career in his mid-teens working the bar and open mic circuit in and around his hometown of Sacramento. Since then, he has recorded seven albums and two EP’s, released a DVD, and published a book of lyrics. Upon witnessing his performance at Bonnaroo, Jon Pareles of The New York Times had this to say about the singer, songwriter, bandleader, multi-instrumentalist, “Jackie Greene could be the Prince of Americana. That’s capital P, and not because Mr. Greene favors the color purple but for some musical parallels.”


Good Old War

Indie rock band from Philadelphia, Good Old War is made up of Keith Goodwin and Dan Schwartz. The band's name comes from the last names of the three founding members; Goodwin for "Good," Arnold (former member Tim) for "Old," and Schwartz for "War." On November 4, 2008, Good Old War released their first album, "Only Way To Be Alone." There new album “Tell Me What You Want From Me” debuts this summer.



Jeff Crosby and The Refugees

Gifted with a gritty and genuine voice that immediately feels familiar to fans of rock and country music, Idaho-born songwriter, singer, and guitarist Jeff Crosby has been writing songs, grinding out shows, and sharing his unique perspective of Americana throughout the United States and beyond for the better part of the past 10 years. Alongside him now to form “The Refugees,” brother Andy Crosby (bass) and Ben Brault (drums) have created a force of honest, provocative rock and roll that is quickly gathering both a fervent fan base and critical acclaim wherever they go.


Martha Scanlan

The Shape Of Things Gone Missing, The Shape Of Things To Come is the result of a hiatus from the road; five years spent immersed in working and living on a 120 year-old small family cattle ranch in a remote corner of Southeastern Montana.

“I thought I was stepping back from music and writing,” says Scanlan, “but when these songs came together I realized that I have been writing them all along. There’s a beautiful congruence in music and working with cattle and horses- it’s all about the flow, finding the current in things. I was curious about how that would translate in the studio, how the landscape would come through.” She couldn’t have found better company for such an endeavor; producer and long time musical collaborator Jon Neufeld brought fellow members of Black Prairie and the Decemberists, Dolorean and Amy Helm together for the stunning result.


Late Night Music at the Trap Bar & Grill

Sneaky Pete & The Secret Weapons

  • Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons is a six-piece original music project from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, who have been spreading their seed of high-energy mountain funk and danceable grooves throughout the West Coast and Rocky Mountains since 2012. Pulling from a wide-ranging and eclectic pool of influences, their debut album Breakfast has been met with praise from critics, musicians, and anyone who likes to get up and move. After sharing stages with the likes of Trombone Shorty, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Pimps of Joytime, and other players, the Weapons live-shows have created a reputation of uncontrollable dance parties, unbridled enthusiasm, and full-devotion to the moment. If you like to have more fun than everyone else, you won’t want to miss Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons.



    Kris Lager Band

    Kris Lager Band has been hard at work for over a decade spreading and honing their Revivalist Rock, Heavy Soul & Boogie Trance music across the country. When it comes to energetic and heartfelt live music performances KLB is second to none. They have worked with, toured, and recorded alongside some of the industries finest. All the while managing to avoid the pitfalls of the road and the rock’n'roll lifestyle that far to often derail a band on the verge of breaking out.


    The Hooligans

    Bozeman, Montana based band Hooligans is pleased to announce the release of its debut recording BEGGARS and THIEVES. Produced by Little Feat founder/keyboardist Bill Payne and Vootie Productions' Tom Garnsey, the nine song recording features original material co-written by Garnsey and Payne, guitarist Bob Britten and late Hooligans guitarist David Troy, as well as a couple of carefully chosen covers from Richard Thompson and Natalie Merchant and a reworking of the Appalachian folk ballad "Katy Cruel". Of special significance is "7th Daughter" one of sixteen songs co-written by Bill Payne and legendary Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter this past year. The record also features guest spots from Tim O'Brien on fiddle, New Orleans' own Spencer Bohren on lap steel, Jimmy Lange on keyboards, reggae great Pato Banton on vocals and Alison Garnsey on backing vocals. Beggars and Thieves comfortably and seamlessly straddles several genres of music from rock to blues, reggae to folk and Americana, all filtered through decades of live performance to create a rootsy sound unique to Hooligans.

Targhee Fest Camping

Camping passes include 4 nights of camping for tents or RV. Camping opens at 3:00pm on the Thursday prior to the festivals.

Camping at Grand Targhee Resort
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Adult w/ Parking 1 adult camping pass and car parked near or on campsite $ 65.00 incl.Tax
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Camping no parking 1 adult camping pass $ 40.00 incl.Tax
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Child (3-12 yrs) camping 1 child camping pass
$ 16.00 incl.Tax
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21’ or Shorter RV Includes 1 adult camping pass $100 BUY NOW
Over 21’ RV Includes 1 adult camping pass $120 BUY NOW

Music Festival Lodging

Sioux Lodge Suites

32 slopeside suites featuring contemporary western design.
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Targhee Lodge

Affordable slopeside lodging offering comfortable rooms for travelers on a budget.
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Teewinot Lodge

Charming mountain lodge offering 46 slopeside hotel rooms, each with 2 queen beds.
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Teton Creek

Well equipped condominiums and townhomes just 8.5 miles from Grand Targhee Resort.
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Stone Ridge

Deluxe town-homes 11 miles from Grand Targhee Resort.
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Teton Creek

Referred to as Teton Creek Townhomes, these deluxe one-story, two bedroom homes on stand alone private lots, just 8.5 miles from the resort. More Info


Teton Valley Area Motels & Hotels

Motel / Hotel Location Distance Phone
Teton Teepee Lodge Alta 8 Miles 307-353-8176
Teton Valley Cabins (allows pets) Driggs 10 Miles 208-354-8153
Pines Motel & Guest House Driggs 12 Miles 208-354-2774
Best Western Teton West Driggs 13 Miles 208-354-2363
Super 8 Motel Teton West Driggs 13 Miles 208-354-8888
Teton Mountain View Lodge & RV Park Tetonia 20 Miles 208-456-2741
Teton Springs Lodge & Spa Victor 21 Miles 208-787-7888
Cowboy Roadhouse Lodge Victor 20 Miles 208-787-2755

*All vehicles including cars accessing camp area will be required to have a parking pass. The Targhee Shuttle is available as an option if you would prefer not to purchase a parking pass


Teton Valley Area Camping

Teton Valley has significant USFS camping options, however the areas summer destination travel often causes camping to fill up quickly.

Campground Location Distance Phone
US Forest Service, Teton Canyon Alta, WY 5 Miles 877-444-6777
Teton Valley Campground & RV Park Victor 22 Miles 208-787-2647

Free Shuttle Service

Please park in this designated location.

Show up early as shuttle loading is first come first serve.

Early Shuttles will run approximately every hour starting at: 
Friday: 10:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am
Sunday: 10:00am

Larger Salt Lake City Shuttles will run approximately every 20-30 minutes starting at:
Friday: 4:30pm  
Saturday: 2:00pm
Sunday: 1:30pm

Thursday Grand Targhee Resort will be providing a FREE Music on Main Shuttles for our Lodging Guests.

  • Lodging Guests will need to sign-up/RSVP at the front desk upon check-in
  • 4:30pm – depart Grand Targhee Resort to Music On Main in Victor
  • 6:00pm – depart Grand Targhee Resort to Music On Main in Victor
  • 10:00pm – depart Music On Main in Victor to Grand Targhee Resort

Targhee Fest Food & Beverage Services

Grand Targhee Resort prides itself in the food and beverage services provided for festival and concert guests. The resort sources local meats and fresh ingredients providing much more than typical ‘burger & fry’ festiva. Pizzas, local organic produce, and high-quality meat, are just a few things that round out the menus; all with sustainable packaging and prep methods. The festival is more than just the music; it’s the scenery, the mountain, the activities, the shopping, the vendors, the vibe, and the food. It’s about having a great time in the Tetons!

Sit Down Service:

Branding Iron Grill (Credit Card/Cash)

Indoor and Outdoor Seating

Full Bar, Burgers, Sandwiches, Kids Items, Steaks, Pasta, Seafood, Coffee and Breakfast
Located in the Village at the base of Dreamcatcher lift
Breakfast Buffet $12 from 7:30am–11:00am
Lunch 11am–5pm, Dinner 5pm–8pm

Trap Bar & Grill (Credit Card/Cash)

Indoor and Outdoor Seating

Nachos, Burgers, Salads, Wings, and 8 flat screen HD TV’s with a Full Bar!
Located in the Plaza at the top of the stairs above Snorkels
Lunch 11am–8pm; Bar 11am–2am

Snorkels Coffee House & Ice Cream Parlor   (Credit Card/Cash)

Espresso, Breakfast Burritos, Beer, Ice Cream, and more!
Located in the Plaza adjacent to Branding Iron
Breakfast & Espresso until 11:30am

Open daily 7:30am - 4:00pm

Grab & Go

General Store (Credit Card/Cash)

Liquor Store, Ice, Beer, Liquor, Snacks, Beverages and Coffee
Lodging Sundries, Basic Camping Supplies and Festival Attendees Accessories
Located in the Village at the bottom of the stairs
Friday & Saturday 8:00am - 8:30pm

Service in the Festival Grounds

Inside the festival grounds, enjoy everything you need including: Beer Tents, Full Bars and many Food Vendor options.

All festival and concert guests that plan to partake in the consumption of alcoholic substances must present a valid state ID at the ID check station at the main gate just inside the festival venue. There you can get your 21 + bracelet that will grant you access to the beer and cocktail tent all weekend, as long as you leave it on. 

Water Refill stations are available in the festival grounds however, cups are not provided. Bottled water and other items are for sale to be used for water refilling. Refill with a purchased soda bottle, brought container or cup.

2 Beer Tents 

Beers on tap come from locally brewed beer by our friends at Grand Teton Brewing, along with the many craft brands; we also have 16oz pours of Coors and Teton Brewing products.

Festival Cocktails – Full Bar (Cash Only)

A full selection of call spirits and cocktails

Frequently Asked Questions for Targhee Fest

These are frequently asked questions we've gathered over the years. If you have a question that isn't posted, please email these to: info@grandtarghee.com

Hours Of Operation

What are festival hours?

What time does Will call/Ticket booth open?

What time does the festival gates open each day?

What time does the Activity Center open?

What time does Dreamcatcher run for scenic chair rides and downhill mountain biking?

When does camping open?

Where is:

Where can I buy a festival ticket?

Where is Will Call and Ticket Sale?

Where do I go to exchange my ticket for a wristband?

Where can I buy a single day ticket to the Festivals?

Where is the First Aid Room?

Where are the restrooms?

Where can I buy lift tickets?

Where can I get water?

Where do you report lost kids?

Where is Lost and Found?

Where is the ATM?

Tickets & Wristband:

How much are tickets for children 12 and under?

Can I wear the wristband on my ankle?

Can I get a refund on my festival ticket?

Camping:

Where do I go for camping?

What are the camping ages?

When does camping open on Thursday?

Can I purchase one night camping?

Can I reserve a camping site?

Where do I get my camping wristband?

What are the camping facilities like?

Does everyone in my group need a camping pass?

What are the different camping options?

Where is RV camping?

Are there hook-ups?

What do I need to do with my food?

I am not camping but can I visit a friend in the camping area?

Can I build a fire or use a grill to cook food?

Are there trash and recycling receptacles near the campsites?

Are there showers?

Festival Site:

Can I bring my own food and drinks into the festival site?

Do I need an ID to be served alcohol?

Where can I leave my cooler if it is full of alcohol or glass and I can't bring it into the site?

Can I bring my bike into the festival site?

Where can I get a festival schedule?

What kind of chair is allowed?

Can I bring in a blanket or umbrella?

Buses/Shuttle/Parking

Can I get up Ski Hill Road to the resort without a ticket?

What is the bus schedule?

Where does the buss stop?

Is there a charge for Shuttle Parking?

What is the parking fee at the Resort?

Who has to pay it?

Where do I purchase a parking pass?

Can people on the Will Call list ride the bus?

Is there overnight parking?

Activities:

What activities are available?

Where do I go to sign up for the activities?

Are there any activities for children?

Where can I buy a chair lift ticket?

Recycling & Composting

What does Grand Targhee recycle?

Fire & General Info

No Open fires or grills are allowed. NO Fireworks.

What can I expect?

Pet Policy

Hours Of Operation

What are festival hours?

Friday shows typically start at 4:00pm and run until midnight. Saturday shows start at noon and run till midnight and Sunday shows start at noon and run until 8:00pm. There will also be Late Night Shows at the Trap Bar and Grill that will last late into the evening. Trap tickets are not included in price of Festival Tickets.

What time does Will call/Ticket booth open?

Friday: 9:00am

Saturday: One hour prior to the gates opening.

Sunday: One hour prior to the gates opening.

All tickets purchased after Tuesday, July 8 will be available at Grand Targhee Resort will-call located in the Activity Center until Thursday.

Will-call will be located in the Ticket Booth on the Plaza during the Music Festival (Friday - Sunday).

What time does the festival gates open each day?

One hour prior to the start of music.

What time does the Activity Center open?

9:00am

What time does Dreamcatcher run for scenic chair rides and downhill mountain biking?

10:00am

When does camping open?

On the Thursday prior to the show at 3:00pm.

Where is:

Where can I buy a festival ticket?

From the resort - 307.353.2300, online at http://shop.grandtarghee.com or day of the show from the will-call booth located at the base of the Dreamcather lift.

Where is Will Call and Ticket Sales?

Will Call and Tickets sales during the festival are located at the ticket booth at the base of the Dreamcatcher lift and open at 9:00am.

Where do I go to exchange my ticket for a wristband?

At the ticket booth located at the base of the Dreamcatcher lift.

Where can I buy a single day ticket to the Festivals?

At the ticket booth located at the base of the Dreamcatcher lift.

Where is the First Aid Room?

First Aid is located in the First Aid booth at the top of the music festival venue.

Where are the restrooms?

In the Rendezvous Day Lodge, bottom floor, behind the stairs. Porta Potties are located at the festival site & camping.

Where can I buy lift tickets?

From the Activity Center

Where can I get water?

In the Rendezvous Day Lodge. Water spigots are located at the top of the music venue by the First Aid booth, in the camping ground near the horse stables. Limited bottled water is available at the beverage vendor tent inside the venue. Bottled water is also available at the General Store.

Where do you report lost kids?

To the First Aid tent/booth inside the venue.

Where is Lost and Found?

At Teton Mountain Outfitters until 6:00pm, then valuables (wallets, keys, ect.) will be taken to the Safety Tent in the venue and Front Desk outside the venue.

Where is the ATM?

In the Arcade or main level of the Rendezvous Day Lodge.

Tickets & Wristband:

How much are children 12 and under?

Children 12 and under are free. You must pick up a wrist band for them from the Ticket Booth.

Can I wear the wristband on my ankle?

No

Can I get a refund on my festival ticket?

Festival tickets are non-refundable

Camping:

Where do I go for camping?

South end of Parking Lot 2, look for the white tent and camping coordinators.

What are the camping ages?

Ages 3 -12 are considered children. Ages 13 and older are considered adults. Children 2 and under are free.

When does camping open on Thursday?

3:00pm

Can I purchase one night camping?

The camping rates is the same for one night or three nights. Yes, youmay purchase a camping wristband at the camping check-in in Lot 2.

Can I reserve a camping site?

Campsites are first come; first serve with pre-purchased camping tickets. Limited spaces will be sold on-site at the camping check-in.

Where do I get my camping wristband?

At the camping check-in.

What are the camping facilities like?

Portable toilet facilities, showers and drinking water available near your campsite. There are trash and recycling receptacles located near all campsites. Please recycle. Be mindful of your fellow campers and lodging guests. Be respectful in regards to noise after 10:00pm.

Does everyone in my group need a camping pass?

Yes, camping is sold per person, not per site. Each person camping is required to have a camping pass meaning each person sleeping in an RV, Tent or under the stars is required to have a camping pass. Campsites are first come, first served with pre-purchased camping tickets. Camping is non-designated and tent camping or RV's. All recreation vehicles must purchase and RV pass and will park in lot #4 or where designated.

What are the different camping options?

General camping for tents is off of Parking Lot 3, small campers are directed to the meadow near the horse corral, and tent camping is also available in the family zone (below Teewinot Lodge, down the Sacajawea access road). NO CAR CAMPING in the main parking or camping zones without a camping ticket. - Strictly enforced.

Where is RV camping?

North side of Lot 4 for larger RV's (22 feet or longer). Smaller RV or Pop-up campers are directed to the meadow near the horse coral. RVs are measured by trailer length, not including the hauling vehicle.

Are there hook-ups?

No

What do I need to do with my food?

Food must be stored in bear resistant containers (enforced through the Caribou-Targhee National Forest) or in hard-sided vehicles.

I am not camping but can I visit a friend in the camping area?

No, you must have a camping wristband in order to access the camping areas.

Can I build a fire or use a grill to cook food?

No open fires, fireworks or SMOKING in the campground. Gas grills and stoves are OK.

Are there trash and recycling receptacles near the campsites?

Yes

Are there showers?

Yes, there are limited showers for campers.

Festival Site:

Can I bring my own food and drinks into the festival site?

One 12" X 12" cooler with food and water is allowed. NO outside alcohol.

Do I need an ID to be served alcohol?

Yes, there will be a alcohol wristband tent set up at the top of the music venue.

Where can I leave my cooler if it is full of alcohol or glass and I can't bring it into the site?

In your vehicle - Coolers cannot be left at the gate.

Can I bring my bike into the festival site?

No

Where can I get a festival schedule?

At the Ticket Booth, Activity Center, Front Desk or Main Festival Gates.

What kind of chair is allowed?

All tickets are General Admission, low profile chairs and blankets will be allowed in the front of the venue. Tall back chairs, shade tents and umbrellas will be allowed in a designated area only.

Can I bring in a blanket or umbrella?

Shade tents and umbrellas are allowed in designated areas only. A blanket or tarp up to 10'X10' is allowed.

Buses/Shuttle/Parking

Can I get up Ski Hill Road to the resort without a ticket?

Yes, but you will have to pay a parking fee of $10 per day. You may ride the FREE shuttle to the resort.

What is the bus schedule?

It will be posted online and at the Main Festival Gate, Activity Center, Ticket Booth, Front Desk, on the Targhee website, and at Habitat in Driggs. Friday - 1:00pm - 2:30am, Saturday - 10:00am - 2:30am, & Sunday - 10:00am - 12:00am.

Where does the bus stop?

Corner of Front Street and Depot Street in Driggs.

Is there a charge for Shuttle Parking?

No, parking in the Shuttle lot is free. It is also free to ride the shuttle.

What is the parking fee at the Resort?

$10 per vehicle per day at the Resort.

Who has to pay it?

Everyone, unless you have a room booked at the resort. one free parking pass per lodging room.

Where do I purchase a parking pass?

At the entrance to Grand Targhee Resort.

Can people on the Will Call list ride the bus?

Yes

Is there overnight parking?

Yes, but only if you have a camping ticket or are staying in lodging.

Activities:

What activities are available?

The climbing wall, disc golf, scenic chairlift rides, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and Euro Bungy.

Where do I go to sign up for the activities?

Activity Center.

Are there any activities for children?

Any resort activities are great for children. Inside the venue there is also a kids fun zone complete with face painting and crafts.

Where can I buy lift tickets?

At the Activity Center.

Recycling & Composting

What does Grand Targhee recycle?

All glass, aluminum, plastics #1 and 2, tin and cardboard. There are recycling receptacles located throughout the resort.

Fire & General Info

No Open fires or grills are allowed. NO Fireworks.

What can I expect?

A lot of fun, people watching and a ton of great music. There are 2,000-3,000 people each day at the festival, but there is a lot of room in the festival site. There are food, drink, and retail vendors in the festival site. The stage is set up at the bottom of the Papoose and Shoshone lifts. The weather varies from very warm to very cold, sometimes in the same day. Bring your shorts and your winter clothes. Usually the ground is dry, but sometimes we have a late spring and there is a little mud in places. Wear sunscreen, hats, and drink water. We are at 8,000ft and you want to take extra precautions at this altitude. A lot of people bring their whole family, there is fun for everyone. Grand Targhee Resort offers many additional recreational opportunities that will be open during the festival some of these activities include; horseback riding, climbing wall, disc golf, scenic chairlift rides, hiking, cross-country mountain biking and downhill mountain biking.

Pet Policy

  • Pets are not allowed in the Music Festival Venue.
  • Pest must be directly supervised by an adult at all times while at Grand Targhee Resort.
  • Pets must be on a leash or tethered at all times. Do not tie your pet to trees, posts, fences, tables or other resort structures.
  • Pets are not allowed in buildings.
  • We encourage you to take your pet on daily outings. It is acceptable to leave your pet in your trailer/motor-home as long as it is not a nuisance to your neighbor.
  • Pets may not be left unattended in locked vehicles.
  • All pet owners are responsible and expected to pick up and dispose of pet waste. Failure to do so will result in a verbal warning and removal from the resort grounds.
  • Pet Waste Stations are Located:
    • In the Trees in Lot #2.
    • In Front of the Targhee Lodge
    • In Lot #4


Targhee Music Fest Partners

We would like to thank the following partners for their contributions to the continued success of the summer music traditions at Grand Targhee Resort. Additional partnership opportunities are available, please contact Ken rider at krider@grandtarghee.com.

Partners

Silver Star

Targhee Fest Partner Silverstar

KMNT

Targhee Fest Partner KMTN Jackson Hole Radio

Pepsi

Targhee Fest Partner Pepsi

Grand Teton Brewing

Targhee Fest Partner Grand Teton Brewing Co.

Coors Light

Targhee Fest Partner Coors Light

RAD

Targhee Fest Partner RAD Recyclers

Peak Stretch Tents

Targhee Fest Partner Peak Stretch Tents

The Kid's Fun Zone

Grand Targhee is a great place to bring children of any age, and we’re creating an even more family friendly atmosphere at both Targhee Fest and Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festivals with The Kids Fun Zone. Located adjacent to the venue entrance, The Kids Fun Zone will have. Activities and crafty will include, but are not limited to, beaded necklace and dance wand making, air guitar building, headband decoration and much more. Jacana Events will have their face painting booth close by, and Teton Hoops will be offering a Design your own Hula-hoops booth.

Kid's Fun Zone Hours

Fun Zone Open Friday, 2:00pm – 6:00pm
Saturday and Sunday, 11:00am – 6:00pm
Targhee Fest and Targhee Bluegrass festivals.


Children must be accompanied by an adult within The Kids Fun Zone at all times.

$1 Donation Requested per child. Some items for sale for minimal charge.


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