3/8/16 | 3rd Annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous Transportation and Parking Information
3rd Annual Jackson Hole Rendezvous: Public Transportation and Parking Information
(March 7th, 2016), Teton Village, WY Spring ski season is in full effect at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) as March Radness kicked off this weekend with, Music Under the Tram and the 17th Annual Dick's Ditch. Looking ahead, JHMR is pleased to present the 3rd Annual Rendezvous March 17-20th. Rendezvous, the four-day spring lifestyle and music festival, presents concerts on multiple stages in Teton Village and the iconic Town Square in Jackson, WY. Rendezvous Festival presented by Bud Light is bigger and better than ever this year in celebration of the 50th anniversary of JHMR, and for the first time, tickets will be required for Saturday night's concert featuring Chris Robinson Brotherhood opening for headlining act Zac Brown Band. Saturday's venue in Teton Village will be larger than ever to accommodate concert goers, and there will be additional public transportation to help get people to and from the concert.
Free concert parking will be available at the Teton County Fairgrounds in the Town of Jackson, and also at the intersection of Highway 22 and 390 in the Stilson Parking Lot. Both lots will be serviced by additional buses to and from the concert, and JHMR season passholders ride the START Bus for free as always, and for all other concert goers, the buses to Teton Village will cost the normal $3 fare. All bus service after the concert from Teton Village to Stilson and Town will be free of charge.
Parking in Teton Village will be very limited, and carpooling is encouraged. Parking in all lots will increase to $30 after 1pm on Saturday, and will be available on a first come first serve basis. JHMR would like to request people who come out to Teton Village to ski on Saturday, stay in the Village. It is not advised to come out to Teton Village Saturday evening if you do not have a ticket to the sold out Zac Brown Show.
"We've put a lot of thought into the transportation initiatives around Saturday night's show. We've been working with Teton County, Wyoming Department of Transportation, START, TVA and others to make this is the most enjoyable experience as possible," Adam Sutner, Chief Marketing Officer noted. "We do encourage concert goers to visit jacksonhole.com for helpful details on the event and transportation detail," Sutner commented.
For more information on bus times, parking, concert venue and Village traffic information, click here.
Jackson Hole Rendezvous presented by Bud Light, is brought to you by Jackson Hole Mountain Resort with the generous support of our sponsors, including Bud Light, Jeep: The Official Vehicle of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Pepsi, Teton County Travel and Tourism Tax Board (4JH), Marmot, GORE-TEX, GoPro, Jackson Hole Central Reservations, JH Air and Teton Village Association and also in part by our Lodging Partners, Hotel Terra / Teton Mountain Lodge, Hotel Jackson, Snake River Lodge and Spa and Jackson Hole Resort Lodging.
About Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Jackson Hole continues to famously deliver legendary powder snow, 4,139 continuous vertical feet, 2500 acres of the best beginner, intermediate and expert skiing and snowboarding and a genuine "Last of the Old West" atmosphere. Neighboring the legacy National Parks of Yellowstone and Grand Teton and operating in Bridger Teton National Forest there is not a more spectacular setting for a destination resort in the world. Now with 13 nonstop cities (and hundreds of connections) flying to the newly expanded airport, Jackson Hole is one of the most easily accessed destination resorts in the West. For route maps, ski packages, web cams, videos and more please visit jacksonhole.com or facebook.com/jacksonhole
JHMR 50th Anniversary Winter 2015-16
Over its nearly 50 year history, Jackson Hole has evolved but the spirit remains bold and wild, as the last true bastion for all those who dare to live this dream. JHMR was kick-started in the early 1960's by the passionate dream of its founders, Paul McCollister and Alex Morley. From humble and rugged beginnings, this dream was fully realized decades later with the ingenuity of a family with historic ties to the Cowboy State. In their tenure of ownership since 1992, the Kemmerer family has invested greatly in the prosperity of Jackson Hole and the state of Wyoming. With vast improvements to operations, lifts and infrastructure, they have ushered JHMR into its present-day luster and world-wide iconic status as "The Big One." Next winter, JHMR is celebrating that "Born to Be Wild" spirit all season long with events, a video web series and movie produced by Teton Gravity Research, and ‘The Crags' will undergo a transformation with the construction and December 19th, 2015 opening of the brand new Teton Lift. This new high-speed quad lift will carry skiers and riders 1,600 vertical feet to an area that has previously only been accessible via hiking. http://www.jacksonhole.com/50
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