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Concert on the Commons: Out West Fest

Date: Sun Aug 28, 2016
Time: 5pm-8pm
Location: Village Commons, Teton Village




Concert on the Commons is a FREE summer music series in the heart of Teton Village every Sunday afternoon. Bring a blanket, grab a seat in our natural amphitheater, or just keep dancing. It's a great way to wind-down the weekend, and enjoy the music with family and friends. The Commons also includes a playground and pop-jet fountain for kids. Please join us! Food & drink is available from local vendors at the show, and at adjacent restaurants.

About the bands: 

 

  • Canyon Kids - Canyon Kids is a songwriting collaboration of two: vocalist/guitarist Bo Elledge and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Dusty Nichols. With drummer John Wayne Harris Jr, bassist Adam Woolley, violinist Matt Heron, and singer/multi-instrumentalist Sheena Dhamsania, Canyon Kids takes it's fuller form. Their original music is harmony-centric and folk rock-styled with tints of soul and psychedelia.
  • Screen Door Porch - Screen Door Porch delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of Roots-Rock, Country-Blues and soulful Americana akin to "Stevie Nicks meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage" (605 Magazine). It's grooving, electrified porch music adorned with the soulful pipes of Seadar Rose and propped-up by Aaron Davis's gritty slide guitar, quirky banjo pickin' and an infectious Venus meets Mars magnetism.
  • Patrick Chadwick -  When singer-songwriter Patrick Chadwick moved from Boston to Jackson, Wyoming six years ago, his only major reservation was leaving a bustling music scene behind as he traded a cultural hub for a somewhat sheltered mountain town. To his surprise though, Jackson Hole was actually brimming with talented musicians who were deeply supported by the community and uniquely influenced by the area's natural beauty. Before long, Chadwick had new songs and a folk/bluegrass group called The Flannel Attractions, which attracted a passionate following, national airplay and a spot on Paste Magazine's "Nine Wyoming Bands You Should Listen to Now."

 

Full Summer Lineup 

Canyon Kids - Canyon Kids is a songwriting collaboration of two: vocalist/guitarist Bo Elledge and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Dusty Nichols. With drummer John Wayne Harris Jr, bassist Adam Woolley, violinist Matt Heron, and singer/multi-instrumentalist Sheena Dhamsania, Canyon Kids takes it's fuller form. Their original music is harmony-centric and folk rock-styled with tints of soul and psychedelia.
  • Screen Door Porch - Screen Door Porch delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of Roots-Rock, Country-Blues and soulful Americana akin to "Stevie Nicks meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage" (605 Magazine). It's grooving, electrified porch music adorned with the soulful pipes of Seadar Rose and propped-up by Aaron Davis's gritty slide guitar, quirky banjo pickin' and an infectious Venus meets Mars magnetism.
  • Patrick Chadwick -  When singer-songwriter Patrick Chadwick moved from Boston to Jackson, Wyoming six years ago, his only major reservation was leaving a bustling music scene behind as he traded a cultural hub for a somewhat sheltered mountain town. To his surprise though, Jackson Hole was actually brimming with talented musicians who were deeply supported by the community and uniquely influenced by the area's natural beauty. Before long, Chadwick had new songs and a folk/bluegrass group called The Flannel Attractions, which attracted a passionate following, national airplay and a spot on Paste Magazine's "Nine Wyoming Bands You Should Listen to Now."
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    Full Summer Lineup 

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