- The Targhee Music Festival happens in late July every year.
- The lineup usually includes a headliner for Friday, Saturday and Sunday concerts with spectacular bands in between.
- The festival takes place at Grand Targhee Mountain Resort near Driggs, ID and Alta, WY.
About the Targhee Fest:
At Targhee Fest, you won't wait long to hear the folk music and Americana songs that racket down through the ages. It's a festival of celebration in honor of the country and soul music that stand forever in our memories.
When is the Targhee Fest?
The festival is a late July staple. Concerts during the sunny days and warm summer nights make this the perfect July event. This year it will take place July 13th-15th, 2018.
Where does it take place?
Grand Targhee Resort hosts this annual event. The resort is located north of Driggs, Idaho in Alta, Wyoming. It's right in the center of things for a vacation of a lifetime. You can't miss out on the music awaiting you here.
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 about the festival?
Besides wonderful music, the festival also holds a lot of wonderful food, plenty of interesting vendors and lots of games and activities. Camp out in the Grand Targhee National Forest in a tent; use the free shuttle to get back and forth. You can even camp on-site to make it very convenient. Every year there are performers that you know and love. You'll hear folk, blues, and foot stomping country. In between you can experience some of the outdoors here in the heart of Idaho.