Director of Marketing & Communications
Vice President of Advancement
Outreach & Operations Associate
Andrew Palmer Todd
President & CEO
The GTMF Orchestra is invitation only. Please direct orchestra personnel inquiries to our Artistic Department.
There are no part-time opportunities available at this time.
There are no seasonal opportunities available at this time.
Over 100 dynamic music lovers join us each summer to help welcome patrons to concerts. Our Usher Corps hand out programs, take tickets, assist patrons to their seats, and help ensure our guests have an enjoyable and memorable experience.
This dynamic group of women supports the Festival through a variety of roles as volunteers, donors and ambassadors. The Festival relies on the Auxiliary to support its mission with their time, talent and enthusiasm for classical music.
Advertise with GTMF
Access Jackson’s hard-to-reach luxury consumers with an ad in the Grand Teton Music Festival Program Book. For seven weeks each summer, the GTMF Program Book is placed in the hands of Jackson’s locals, seasonal residents, and tourists, both at concerts and around the community. Offering an increased length of engagement averaging over 30 minutes per session, the GTMF Program Book ensures advertisers get valuable exposure to a captive audience of over 13,000 consumers. Boost your business while supporting the arts as a GTMF Program Book advertiser! Ad sales are closed for 2018.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where does the Grand Teton Music Festival take place?
The majority of summer concerts take place in Walk Festival Hall at the base of the Jackson Hole Ski Resort. Located in the heart of Teton Village, Walk Festival Hall is a short drive from the town of Jackson, Wyoming, and an hour from Yellowstone’s southern gate.
Can I Return, Exchange or Replace My Tickets?
Exchanging Tickets: You can exchange tickets by calling 307.733.1128, or by visiting Fritz Box Office. Subscribers can exchange tickets free of charge, single ticket buyers will be charged a $3 fee per exchange.
Lost Tickets: Have your replacement tickets reprinted or emailed to you by calling 307.733.1128, or by visiting Fritz Box Office.
Returning Tickets: We do not issue refunds for tickets. You may turn back unused tickets prior to concerts for a tax-deductible donation. Turning back unused tickets allows us to keep our hall full.
Are Children Permitted to Attend Concerts?
Kids aged four and up are welcome at evening concerts for free when accompanied by music-loving adults. Children under four are not permitted in Walk Festival Hall. Students (6–22) are eligible for free tickets as well.
How Can I Get to Teton Village (where Walk Festival Hall is located)?
Walk Festival Hall is located in Teton Village, a short drive from the town of Jackson.
For public transportation to Teton Village, take the START Bus. Visit the START Bus website for information on current schedules and fares.
If you are driving, you can follow these directions:
From Jackson’s Town Square head East on Broadway to Highway 22, and turn right on 22. Then turn right on to the Moose/Wilson road (WY-390). Take Moose Wilson for 6.3 miles and then turn left on to Teton Village Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
From Victor/Driggs, Idaho, take Highway 22 east over Teton Pass, turn left on Moose/Wilson Road (WY-390). Take Moose Wilson for 6.3 miles and then turn left on to Teton Village Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
From Moose head northwest on Teton Park Road and turn left onto Moose Wilson Road before entering Grand Teton National Park. Stay on Moose Wilson for 8 miles and turn right on Apres Vous Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
From Grand Teton National Park exit the park via the Moose entrance and turn right onto Moose Wilson Road before crossing the Snake. Stay on Moose Wilson for 8 miles and turn right on Apres Vous Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
From Yellowstone National Park head southeast on US-191 out of the park and through Moran. Continue on US-191 for 18 miles and then turn right onto Teton Park Road. Continue northwest on Teton Park Road and turn left onto Moose Wilson Road before entering Grand Teton National Park. Stay on Moose Wilson for 8 miles and turn right on Apres Vous Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
From Pinedale & South follow US-191 N to WY-22 and turn left on 22. Then turn right on to the Moose/Wilson road (WY-390). Take Moose Wilson for 6.3 miles and then turn left on to Teton Village Road. From there, follow signs for parking (see Where Should I Park? question).
When Can I Buy Rush Tickets?
$15 Day-of tickets are available starting at 10am on the day of all GTMF concerts.
Are Food or Beverages Allowed in the Concert Hall?
Festival patrons can enjoy beverages and snacks from our concessions stand around our hall. Concessions are located on the Hartley Pavilion, which is the upper deck of Walk Festival Hall. They are open one hour before each concert and through intermission for concerts Wednesday–Saturday. No outside food or drinks are permitted.
How Can I Travel to Jackson Hole?
Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) provides the most convenient air travel to and from Jackson, Wyoming, and is served by United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, & American Airlines. Other nearby airports include the Idaho Falls Airport (IDA), approximately 90 miles away, and the Salt Lake City Airport (SLC), approximately 300 miles from Jackson.
What Should I Do at Concerts?
Are Concerts Inside or Outside?
The majority of performances take place inside acoustically acclaimed Walk Festival Hall, celebrated by listeners and performers alike for its intimate atmosphere where the music wraps itself around you. Though they are inside, audience members find the beauty of the music amplified by the surreal surroundings.
Does GTMF Offer Discounted Tickets?
We offer day-of tickets for any concert for only $15 as long as the concert has not sold out. We do not offer senior discounts. Thanks to generous support all students are admitted for free. See our Special Offers for subscription rates.
Can GTMF Accommodate Handicapped Patrons?
GTMF offers ADA access from our upper deck, the Hartley Pavilion, which is accessible from Cody Circle. Please call the ticket office at 307.733.1128 for more information. We also have ADA listening devices available. See an Usher on concert evenings to request a listening device.
Where Should I Park?
The Village Parking Lot at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and the Cody Parking Lot in the Upper Village near Teton Mountain Lodge both offer easy access to Walk Festival Hall.
Valet parking is available on weekends in Cody Circle. It is $10 or free for GTMF Guarantor Project Sponsors or those with handicap-parking permits. Valet parking starts one hour before and thirty minutes after Friday and Saturday concerts.
What If I Am Late to a Concert?
We try to begin all concerts on time. If you arrive late, you can listen and watch the concert on a monitor in one of the lobbies of the entrances on the upper deck until we begin late seating. Please wait on the same side of the hall as where you are sitting so we can seat you as quickly as possible.
Where Else Can I Eat in Teton Village?
Teton Village offers a variety of dining options. The Festival is grateful for the support provided by these restaurants within walking distance of Walk Festival Hall: Couloir Restaurant, the Handlebar, Il Villaggio Osteria, Spur and Teton Thai. We highly recommend the food and drinks at any and all of them!
Where Should I Stay When I Visit Jackson?
Jackson Hole Resort Lodging is the official lodging partner of the Grand Teton Music Festival and has a wide variety of lodging options located near Walk Festival Hall.