Rendezvous Photo Recap

Friday night Town Square
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What a week it was!

We started off with POW and ended with a BANG. We’ll go out on a limb and say it might have been the best week of the season here in Teton Village. Mother Nature did her part and gave the mountain a complete refresh during the week to a tune of 46″ over the course of 4 days. Then, as if Ullr and Mother Nature coordinated their efforts, the skies went blue and it was time to ‘boogy’ away the weekend with our 3rd Annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival.


Thursday, the fun started with our favorite local funk outfit, Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons, as part of our Music Under the Tram series. They delivered another classic performance and even added a bit of an Irish flair as we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day!

We took our talents back to the Town Square for our Friday evening performance with Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, who according to all accounts, absolutely ”killed it”. The vibe in the square was one that won’t be forgotten with roughly 8,500 people in attendance. His opener, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys, kicked off the night with some great original music and really made the crowd want more.  Nathaniel Rateliff so kindly obliged as he played into the evening leaving those in attendance with a big smile and rosy cheeks.

Saturday brought blue skies and great spring skiing on the hill, which led to an afternoon full of high fives, cheers, and beers. One of the first sunny Saturdays in weeks, people noted, this special day was the culmination of efforts far and wide. As the afternoon set in, it was time to roll out the red carpet for the Chris Robinson Brotherhood opening for the Zac Brown Band. Slated to rock the crowd of over 15,000, this year was our most successful Rendezvous yet, and we appreciate those who came out and enjoyed the music and good times despite some cold temperatures. As the Zac Brown Band satisfied our souls with his hits and some covers, the night ended on a high note, fireworks for all!

And then there was Sunday. The culmination of the Jackson Hole Rendezvous Spring Festival ended where it all began Thursday, underneath the tram with Uncle Kracker. Tunes from years past rang through the mountain air and we all retired, knowing we had enjoyed some of the best music to ever grace Teton Village.

Enjoy our photo recap above and relive the dream!

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