Old West Days: Celebrated in the month of May, Old West Days includes traditional performances rodeo events, live music, arts and crafts exhibition, and mouth-watering food stalls.
Town Square Shootout: A tradition that has been followed since 1957, Town Square Shootout is celebrated during the weekdays of the summer, every day at 6pm in the evening except Sundays. The Town Square Shootout is also the longest running shootouts in the history attracting over 4 million visitors over the years.
Teto County Fair: Held in the month of July, Teto County Fair is one of the most entertaining events in Jackson. The fair is enjoyed by the locals and is complete with plenty of fun events.
Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival: During the month of September, Jackson celebrates the creative’s by displaying the works of the national and the internationally acclaimed artists for the locals to see. The event also has music, food, and other events.
Town Square Lighting: The town of Jackson is lit up in all its lights during the time of Christmas. And with the visit of the Santa Claus, Christmas carols, and cookies, the festival gets even brighter.