Editor’s Note: The below post is a recap of the 2013 4th of July fun in Jackson Hole. For more information on 4th of July for 2014, click here.
There may be no better place to celebrate the 4th than in Jackson Hole. Tons of live music, 2 nights of fireworks and a great parade through the town square are added on top of the already huge list of summer activities in the valley. Take a look at the 4th of July in Jackson Hole:
We like to call it “Red, White and 2” because we have two nights of live music and fireworks in Teton Village. This year things kicked off with bluegrass act Wood Smoke Rising in the Village Commons.
Perennial local favorite rock band Mandatory Air followed:
The Village Commons is a pretty incredible place to see live music, right at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
After Mandatory Air finished their set, the fireworks began.
All of the July 3rd live music and fireworks got Jackson Hole revved up for the 4th and the 4th of July Parade in the Town of Jackson did not disappoint.
The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort float featured the old tram.
Town of Jackson mayor Mark Barron tosses out some candy.
After an incredible afternoon and evening of live music in both Jackson and Teton Village, the fireworks display at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort was amazing once again.