Your Guide To Spring Events In Jackson Hole

The weather is warming up, but there’s still plenty of powder on the ground! Spring in Jackson is a beautiful time to visit – you’ll encounter loads of events, great rates (i.e. good for the wallet) and milder weather. Couple all that with fewer crowds and it can be one of the best times to visit the valley! Here are just a few reasons to get up here for spring events in Jackson Hole:

Golden Ticket Is Back

After a couple month break, the Golden Ticket Offer is back in full force! Spring skiing in Jackson Hole is pretty special as most days are either amazing corn skiing or the deep cowboy powder we’ve all grown to love this season! To celebrate the mountain resort’s offer (if you didn’t know, it’s 50% off lift tickets – YES, REALLY), Take advantage of these incredible rates and come enjoy Spring in the Tetons!

Live Music In Jackson Hole

Extra daylight = extra music! As temps start to rise around the valley, people begin to recharge and look forward to the warmer months ahead. Is there a better way to recharge than with some live music? We think not. Here are some upcoming concerts around the Jackson Hole area:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Music Under the Tram:

Grab your friends, and après like there is no tomorrow! Music starts at 3pm

Jackson Hole Rendezvous Fest:

Other Venues around Jackson:

  • Knotty Pine Supper Club, Victor, ID
  • March 14th- 15th: Leftover Salmon
  • March 18th: Galactic
  • March 19th: Spafford
  • Pink Garter Theatre, Downtown Jackson
  • March 21st: Futurebirds
  • April 2nd: Fruition
  • May 24: Citizen Cope
  • Mangy Moose, Teton Village
  • March 12th: Magic Beans
  • March 13th: Aaron Davis & The Mystery Machine
  • March 19th: Zepparella
  • March 29th: G. Love and Special Sauce

Spring Skiing Local’s Tip

Spring skiing in the Tetons is all about timing. Even on powder days, it’s important to understand what the weather is going to do and what aspects you are going to be skiing/riding. Here are some general rules of thumb:

  • On powder days, make sure that you get out there early. As temperatures warm, the snow will start to get heavier. If you have a later start, favor the terrain that faces North towards Grand Teton.
  • On drier days, give the day time to soften up the snow before you head off trail. Southern and eastern aspects get sun sooner, so head to that terrain first. Usually, this happens around 11-12.

What are your favorite things to do during spring in Jackson? Tell us in the comments!