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Widespread Panic, 4th of July Festival

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Widespread Panic Tickets

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Widespread Panic Tickets Pricing - On-sale NOW Prices
4-Day Show Tickets + Late-Night $163.00 Buy Now
3-Day Show Tickets $108.00 Buy Now
Widespread Panic (July 4) plus Slightly Stoopid/Motion Potion/Sons of Fathers  $45.00 Buy Now
Widespread Panic (July 5) plus Futurebirds/Diarrhea Planet/Motion Potion  $45.00 Buy Now
Widespread Panic (July 6) plus Bloodkin/J-Boogie  $45.00  Buy Now

Widespread Panic Camping Passes
Includes up to 4 nights of camping from July 3-7 - On-sale NOW
Options Includes Price Purchase
RV 22' or longer camping package Dedicated site
RV spot
1 individual camping pass
Parking for 1-pulled vehicle
$270.00 Buy at Front Gate
RV 21' or shorter camping package Dedicated site
RV, pop-up or trailer spot
1 individual camping pass
Parking for pulling vehicle
$225.00 Buy at Front Gate
Basic camping w/parking package Dedicated site
1 individual camping pass
Car parked on/near campsite
$150.00 Buy at Front Gate
Basic camping add-on/camping no parking Dedicated area
1 individual camping pass
$ 65.00 Buy at Front Gate
Child Camping Pass
(2 & Under)

FREE Front Gate

Advance Targhee Parking is Closed, Buy at the Targhee Front Gate!
Grand Targhee Resort on mountain parking will also be sold on-site during the event at our front gate, first come first serve.
4 Day Parking Pass $90.00 Buy at Front Gate
1 Day Parking Pass $25.00 Buy at Front Gate
Widespread Panic - Grand Targhee 4th Of July Music Festival
Date Musician Show Times Purchase
Wed 7/3 Motion Potion & Sons Of Fathers
*Widespread Panic will NOT be performing July 3rd*
7:00pm Buy Now
Thur 7/4 Widespread Panic with special guests
Sons Of Fathers, Motion Potion & Slightly Stoopid
4:00pm Buy Now
Thur 7/4 Motion Potion & Diarrhea Planet 12:15am Buy Now
Friday 7/5 Widespread Panic with special guests
Motion Potion, Diarrhea Planet & Futurebirds
5:00pm Buy Now
Friday 7/5 Motion Potion & Futurebirds 12:15am Buy Now
Sat 7/6 Widespread Panic with special guests
J-Boogie & Bloodkin
5:00pm Buy Now
Sat 7/6 J-Boogie & Bloodkin 12:15am Buy Now

Widespread Panic

Widespread Panic at Garnd Targhee Resort Widespread Panic is:
    John Bell guitars, vocals
    John "JoJo" Hermann keyboards, vocals
    Jimmy Herring guitars
    Todd Nance drums, vocals
    Domingo S. Ortiz percussion, vocals
    Dave Schools bass, vocals

Everybody loves surprises, that feeling of not knowing what might be around the next corner -- and that’s exactly the vibe that Widespread Panic gives off every time they unleash a new album. Sometimes that means taking listeners on a nice, smooth ride, and sometimes it means making ‘em hold on tight, but either way, it means the trip is gonna be worth it.

On Dirty Side Down, their ATO debut and 11th studio offering overall, Widespread Panic offer listeners the sonic equivalent of a dip in a cool mountain stream. At once bracing and cleansing, invigorating and soothing, the album is something of an emotional travelogue, its ebb and flow evident in every aspect of the instrumental interplay -- skittering rhythms, fanciful guitar flights and low-slung melodies alike -- as well as the pensive-but-not-ponderous lyrical tone. “We didn’t necessarily have an overall vision for the album going in, because we never really have things that cut and dried,” says singer-guitarist John Bell. “We all came in with some ideas, and had a few bits of subject matter that we really wanted to touch on, but the one thing we all agreed about was the fact that we wanted to make sure we could play every song live and really enjoy playing all of them.”

Slightly Stoopid

While it’s a rare commodity for a band to tour as consistently as Slightly Stoopid, the group’s diligent commitment to live music provides some insight into why it's been a few years since the release of their last studio album. On Aug 14, the Ocean Beach, California-based group—led by co-founders and multi-instrumentalists Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald—dropped their latest studio effort, Top of the World. As heard throughout the disc, the band is cooks up a tasty fusion and massive groove that permeates Stoopid’s trademark sound.

"We're a touring act, and we've been on the road pretty much non-stop over the last decade," explains Doughty. "It really came into play on the release of the new record. Our last studio record [Slightly Not Stoned Enough to Eat Breakfast Yet Stoopid] was about three and a half years ago. But with the band, we were starting families, we'd been on the road so much, we really didn't have time to sit down and focus on actually recording it."

Sons of Fathers

Trends and styles may change in music, but there are just some things that are timeless…like songwriting from the heart with ear-catching melodies and rich harmony vocals. The team of David Beck (a stage name as his real name is David Whitbeck) and Paul Cauthen has created Sons of Fathers, a band with a soaring, original sound that belies their young age. They have been compared to the Avett Brothers, The Byrds, and The Everly Brothers, albeit with an infusion of Texas grease.

Motion Potion

Motion Potion (aka MoPo - San Francisco) MoPo (aka Robbie Kowal) is one of America's most versatile, experienced and flat - out joyous party rockers. His decade long mission is to 'put th e party back into the party', and to connect the casual music fan with the hard core dance music mavens ; proving that music is more than just beats. San Francisco’s bootleg indie remix partypusher, is k n own for a rare ability to play exactly the right music for the moment and an expertise with a wide variety of genres that he seamlessly melds into a coherent blend. Since breaking out as a rare groove Dj in the 90's he has spent the 21st Century using eclectic club styles, break beat, trip hop and tech funk as a backdrop for his genre - bending experiments. From a near rel igious love of funk and hip hop, to a lifetime study of rock and roll to a massive aptitude for latin, reggae and other outernational formats, MoPo incorporates bits an d pieces of music culture into electronic edits that slam the dancefloor. As a backdrop, he creates, edits or chooses only the biggest baddest breaks, hooks and drops to create a sound that truly slams. To the dancer, MoPo is a breath of fresh air, often transforming a room into collective song or crowd chant that connect the audience to the DJ.


Hailing from the bohemian college town of Athens, Georgia, Futurebirds play laid-back country-rock with an atmospheric, psychedelic twist. The group began turning heads with the release of a self-titled EP, whose backwoods harmonies and pedal steel riffs helped earn a contract with Autumn Tone Records. With the label’s help, Futurebirds booked time at Chase Park Transduction — one of Athens’ most renowned studios, with a client list that includes R.E.M., Drive-By Truckers, and Jason Isbell — and recorded Hampton’s Lullaby. The debut album was released in August 2010, and the group issued a follow-up EP, Via Flamina, while touring in support of both releases.


Daniel Hutchens and Eric Carter met each other when they were eight years old. They solidified their early friendship based on a mutual love of baseball, comic books, and rock n roll music. They grew up in West Virginia; much time during their high school years was spent on Skull Run Road, where Eric's family lived, a few miles outside Ravenswood. The boys recall that road as being the site of their first garage band practices.

After high school, they started getting a little more serious about their blossoming songwriting partnership. Their road wound through Huntington, WV, and eventually on to Athens, GA, which they soon came to call home. They continued to concentrate on their songwriting, and by the early ‘90s they had a catalogue of over 300 compositions. By this time Hutchens and Carter had given their musical collaboration a "band name": Bloodkin.

Diarrhea Planet

"Shred till you're dead, or go to hell." - Diarrhea Planet
Diarrhea Planet is a six-piece rock & roll band from Nashville, TN. Their sound has often been described as The Ramones holding Van Halen hostage with an arsenal of fireworks and explosives. Diarrhea Planet's four guitarists provide enough riffs to make Jack Black squeal like a schoolgirl, while lead singer Hodan delivers enough hooks to straighten the curl out of Justin Timberlake's hair. In a world of unintelligible lo-fi recording, reverb drenched vocals, & tuneless guitars, Diarrhea Planet aims to put backbone back into rock & roll.

J Boogie

The man, the myth, the Kangol. Known for his signature choice of headgear as well as a prolific career which has spanned two decades, San Francisco DJ legend J Boogie is back with Undercover, his fourth album with his live band, J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science.

A decade after the first Dubtronic Science album, which fused electronic music with live band sound to create a genre-blending model, the musical landscape has become cluttered with more sub- and microgenres than you can shake a stick at. Luckily, J Boogie’s background as a radio and club DJ in the eclectic SF music scene has afforded him the ability “to roll with any situation and rock it,” he says.

Free Shuttle Service

Parking Is South of the Teton Valley Courthouse, two blocks west from Driggs, Idaho city center. Please park in this designated location.

Shuttle departing every 20 minutes during operating hours. Shuttle times to Grand Targhee Resort from Driggs, ID is approximately 30 minutes. Show up early as shuttle loading is first come first serve.

Wednesday July 3 Thursday July 4 Friday July 5 Saturday July 6
Operating Hours No Service 2:00pm - 3:00am 3:00pm - 3:00am 3:00pm - 3:00am

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Camping Area Lodging Area Camping

Widspread Festival Lodging

Grand Targhee Resort and Resort Vacation properties are sold out!

Widespread Panic Camping Passes
Includes up to 4 nights of camping from July 3-7 - On-sale Now
Options Includes Price Purchase
RV 22' or longer package Dedicated site
RV spot
1 individual camping pass
Parking for 1-pulled vehicle
$270.00 Buy Now
RV 21' or shorter package Dedicated site
RV, pop-up or trailer spot
1 individual camping pass
Parking for pulling vehicle
$225.00 Buy Now
Basic camping w/parking package Dedicated site
1 individual camping pass
Car parked on/near campsite
$150.00 Buy Now

Basic camping Add-on/Camping no parking Dedicated area
1 individual camping pass
$ 65.00 Buy Now
Child Camping Pass
(2 & Under)

FREE On-Site

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 Mountain View Lodge & RV Park Tetonia 20 Miles 208-456-2741
Teton Valley Campground & RV Park Victor 22 Miles 208-787-2647

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Festival Vendor Application

Targhee Fest Food & Beverage Services

Grand Targhee Resort prides ourselves in food and beverage services we provide for our festival and concert guests. We source local meats and vegetables providing much more than typical ‘burger & fry’ festival that you have to wait in line for. Pizzas, local organic produce, Snake River Farms beef, are just a few things that round out our menus; all with sustainable packaging and prep methods. We do all this at very reasonable prices and with quick lines because we believe that 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–7pm

Trap Bar & Grill (Credit Card/Cash)

Indoor and Outdoor Seating

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

Snorkels Espresso & Coffee House (Credit Card/Cash)

Espresso, Breakfast Burritos, Beer, Bloody Mary’s and Pizza
Located in the Village adjacent to Branding Iron
Breakfast & Espresso at 8am
Lunch 11am – 2pm CLOSED at 2PM

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
Open 8am-8:30pm daily
CLOSED after 8:30pm

Service in the Festival Grounds

Inside Targhee festivals venue, the vibe of the live music is everywhere. We continue our same promises to our festival and concert going guests. We ask that no alcohol or large coolers come into the festival grounds. Inside we have 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 that’s not expired. There is an 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. Don’t forget to buy your beer tokens!

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 (Beer Tokens Only)

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 arsenal of call spirits and cocktails
Fill your mug with a festival cocktail for $7
NEW Silicone Pint for $12 gets you the decorative cup and your first cocktail for free!
Another great deal for our guests refill at regular prices which is the 12 oz price
Open daily 11a–11pm

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Frequently Asked Questions for Widespread Panic

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

What are the festival hours?

There will also be Late Night Shows outside at the Trap Bar and Grill that will start at 12:15 and end at 2:30am. Unless you purchased ‘+LATE NIGHT’ ticket, Trap tickets are not included in price of Festival Tickets.

What time do the music gates open?

Between 4:00pm and 7:00pm depending on the show - See show Festival Schedule on Music Page for each show.

What are the will-call hours?

One to two hours prior to the doors opening. See show Festival Schedule on Music Page for each show.

What do I need to pick-up my tickets from will-call?

You will need photo ID and the credit card used to purchase the tickets.

What time does the Ticket Booth open?

One hour prior to the start of music. See show Festival Schedule on Music Page for each show.

What can I expect?

A lot of fun, great people watching and a ton of great music. There are 5,000-6,000 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.

Can I bring my dog?

NO PETS allowed at Grand Targhee Resort, unless it is a registered service animal. (Nearest Kennel Information: Crenshaw Kennels 208.787.2420)

Can I bring my bicycle into the festival area?

No bicycles are allowed in the festival area. However, the resort mountain bike trails will be open for biking and hiking.

Can I bring tarps, chairs, umbrellas, tents etc into the festival site?

No glass or packaged alcohol, coolers or shade tents. All backpacks & blankets will be subject to search. One sealed water bottle per person will be permitted.

Can I leave the festival grounds once I enter?

Guests are encouraged to bring everything they need when entering ; however, reentry will be permitted until 8:00PM.

What are the Food and Beverage options during the festival?

There are many options for many budgets during the festival. Our normal restaurants operate (check their schedules online for festival operation times). There are also various booths that operate in the festival grounds offering snacks, pizza, Mexican food, BBQ, etc. Beer and mixed drinks are available in the festival site too (don’t forget your ID).

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

No outside food or drinks. One sealed water bottle per person will be permitted. NO GLASS of any kind, No outside alcohol of any kind – You will be asked to down it or dump it. No coolers! All bags are subject to search, no sharp utensils or knives, no fireworks, firearms or illegal substances will be allowed.

Do I need an ID to be served Alcohol?

Yes. You can get a wristband to show you are 21 or over at the indicated booths.

What’s the policy on fireworks?

No fireworks anywhere at the resort, anyone caught shooting off fireworks will not be allowed at the resort for the remaining shows and may receive a citation by the police.

I’m visiting the resort but not going to the festival. Can I get to Targhee without a ticket?

Yes, but you’ll pay the daily parking fee during the festival or take the free shuttle.

Is smoking allowed at the resort?

Yes, but we’re a smoke free resort in all public areas however we do have one designated smoking area located above the Trap Bar and Grill deck and parking lots.

Is there recycling?  What do you recycle?

Yes. We recycle all glass, aluminum, plastics #1 and #2, tin, and cardboard.

What pricing do you have for Children?

Children 2 and under are free to the festival and do not need a ticket prior to arrival (they do need a wristband from the Ticket booth when they arrive). Camping is free for children 2 and under. All other campers will need to have a camping wristband. The per person camping rate is $65 dollars.

Where will I be camping?

Camping is all first come first serve. Sites are not developed so you will have to find a spot that looks suitable in the designated areas. You will have options of treed areas and open fields. (The areas are around where our winter cross country/Nordic area is located.)

Does everyone need a camping pass?

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, Ten or under the stars is required to have a camping pass.

Are there facilities at the campgrounds?

Sites are not developed. However, we will bring in a portable showers, located by the lower camping area.

How does parking work during the festivals?

Parking passes are required.

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.

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

NO open fires, NO fireworks and NO smoking in the camping area. Gas grills and stove are ok.

Can I visit a friend in the camping area if I am not camping?

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

I don’t want to pay for parking what are my other options?

The Driggs Shuttle is your other option; park in the designated shuttle lots in Driggs which are located on Bates Road and Courthouse Drive. The free shuttle runs 2PM-3AM on Thursday and 3PM-3AM on Friday & Saturday.

What time does the lift run?

10:00am to 5:00pm seven days a week.

Where is the ATM?

The ATMS are located in the main floor of the Rendezvous Lodge or in the Arcade.

Where is Lost & Found?

At Teton Mountain Outfitters until 6PM and at the Safety Tent inside the venue.

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