ALTA, Wyo. — Alabama Shakes is headlining the ninth annual Targhee Music Festival July 19-21.
The fast-rising soul-rock group came up empty-handed at the Grammy Awards ceremony last month when they failed to win in the three categories they were nominated in. But their singer Brittany Howard's powerhouse tribute to Levon Helm stole the show.
Other confirmed music acts for the festival include Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers, Los Lobos, John Hiatt and the Combo, JJ Grey and Mofro, Wood Brothers, Courtyard Hounds, Son Volt, Dave Alvin, Anders Osborne, Sister Sparrow, Holly Williams, and Bozeman band the Hooligans. Additional acts will be announced in upcoming months.
Also, the 26th annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival is scheduled for Aug. 9-11. Early three-day and six-day Summer of Music Festival tickets and passes will be available and in limited quantities beginning March 8.
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Confirmed music acts for the bluegrass fest include The Infamous Stringdusters, Trampled By Turtles, Elephant Revival, Greensky Bluegrass, Foghorn Stringband, Guy Clark, Run Boy Run, Sam Bush Band, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Della Mae and Hayes Carll. Additional acts will be announced in upcoming months.
Music tickets and passes are available at Grand Targhee's Resort Activity Center, online at www.grandtarghee.com and via phone at 800-827-4433. Tickets are $99 plus tax and $5 processing fee for either festival for three days of music. Early Grand Targhee Summer of Music six-day pass is $179 plus tax and $5 processing fee for six days of music.