Jackson, get ready! On Saturday, September 14, we are throwing the winter kick-off party of the year, with the world premiere of our new feature-length ski and snowboard film, Winterland. Join the TGR crew and support a great cause - 100% of the proceeds benefit local charity partners!
Kicking off with the 2nd Annual FarOutFest at the base of JHMR in Teton Village, the bike park will open at noon, with live music all day beginning at 1:00pm. Plus, food trucks, drinks, face painting and more! Music this year is headlined by The Elovaters, plus Luke Mitrani, a side project from Sneaky Pete and friends, and sets from DJ ManCat. "FarOutFest is a great way for us to celebrate with and give back to our community in a fun and family-friendly setting," said TGR's founder Steve Jones.
FarOutFest is free and open to the public, while the world premiere of Winterland is a ticketed event in Walk Festival Hall.
If you can't make it to the Teton Village show, find another showing near you here.
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