Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival, Driggs Idaho

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Targhee Bluegrass Festival

The Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival is a hypnotic experience to enjoy for a weekend.

  • The Targhee Bluegrass Festival is a musical family friendly event.
  • Camping is allowed during the three-day festival.
  • Ticket costs vary and must be purchased in advance.

About the Targhee Bluegrass Festival?

Bluegrass music is at its best at the Grand Targhee Resort in Driggs, Idaho. You'll hear fabulous entertainers and have a memorable experience when you attend one of these presentations. The Targhee Bluegrass Festival is a musical interlude to your busy vacation, something the entire family will enjoy.

You can pull down your tailgate and set up your camp to enjoy this three-day extravaganza of bluegrass musicians surrounded by the unparalleled beauty within the heart of the Tetons. Camping is allowed during the three-day festival.

Where is the Bluegrass Festival?

As the name would imply, this Bluegrass Festival is held at Grand Traghee Mountain Resort, 3300 E. Ski Hill Road Alta, WY 83414 – just east of Driggs, Idaho.

When does it take place?

The Annual Targhee Bluegrass Festival takes place in mid-August. This year it will take place August 10th-12th, 2018.

How much does it cost?

  • 3 day pass: $239
  • Individual day pass: $85
  • Parking: $10/day
  • Camping (per adult): $40-$110, based on vehicle type.

If you do not want to camp or pay for lodging on sight, you may consider leaving your vehicle in Driggs and taking the shuttle bus.

What else should I know?

Over 6,000 people have this Grand Targhee festival on their list not to miss each year. In addition to the music, there is great food, arts and crafts to admire, and plenty of other outdoor recreation to keep you and the whole family busy. This is family fun in the heart of the Tetons during the fall.

As darkness engulfs the venue, you will find toe-tapping, feet dancing tunes echoing through the forests. Previous musicians include the Steep Canyon Rangers, the Yonder Mountain String Band, the David Grisman Quintet and Phish.

Find more details on the Grand Targhee website.



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