Perhaps the most telling sign of the coming of winter isn’t the light dusting of snow on the highest peaks, but rather the beginning of premier season across the country. Ski and snowboard movies have been premiering all over the country over the last couple of weeks, and Jackson Hole will be in the spotlight this weekend with the world premier of “One for the Road.” Beyond that, there’s a variety of other happenings, from live music to art shows. So, get out there and enjoy this not-so-slow fall weekend.
SCREEN DOOR PORCH, FRIDAY 10PM- TOWN SQUARE TAVERN
Screen Door Porch, who might play more shows in the greater Jackson Hole area than any other band, hits the stage once again at the Town Square Tavern. Check out their eclectic mix of Americana, folk-blues, and alt country as you sip back some cold ones.
FARMER’S MARKET- SATURDAY 8AM; TOWN SQUARE. FREE
Need some locally grown, fresh produce? Well head to the Town Square this Saturday for the second to last farmer’s market of the year. If nothing else, score a delicious breakfast pizza to cure that hangover from Town Square Tavern and eat it as you stare at…the Town Square Tavern.
ONE FOR THE ROAD WORLD PREMIER- SATURDAY 5:30PM & 8PM; WALK FESTIVAL HALL- TETON VILLAGE. $12 & $14 RESPECTIVELY
The world premier of Teton Gravity Research’s 2011 film, “One for the Road” hits the silver screen this Saturday Night. Check out the crew as they travel all around the world (and of course Jackson), shredding. One of the hallmark events of the fall, it’s sure to be a good time. Plus, it’s a benefit for Avalanche Forecast Support and the JHSC Freeride Program. Tickets are still available at the Jackson Hole Treehouse’s two locations.
TROUBLE ANDREW (ONE FOR THE ROAD AFTER PARTY)- SATURDAY 10PM; MANGY MOOSE- $25
What better way to rap up premier night than with the Krunk Rock (not too sure what that is) music stylings of Trouble Andrew. Rock out with pro’s, industry insiders, and other fans of Krunk Rock.