Music begins at 7 PM July 3rd, followed by the only fireworks show in the area at 10 PM. On July 4, music starts up with the Jazz Foundation of JH at 4 PM and Grand Teton Music Festival’s Music in the Hole audio feed from 6 to 7:30 PM, followed by Calle Mambo at 8:00 PM, bringing a high-energy, Latin and Salsa music to the stage. Fireworks will again proceed at 10 PM.
Mandolin Orange’s music is “laced with bluegrass, country and folk…often wistful and contemplative without being somber, and always firmly grounded in the South” (WNYC). The Chapel Hill, NC duo has built a noteworthy catalog of recordings and performances since their founding in 2009. Their live shows are filled with vibrant chemistry, effortless instrumentation, and breezy, fluid harmonies that continue to win over local and far away fans. Recent performances include Telluride Bluegrass, Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo and Pickathon, with support performances at Red Rocks Amphitheater and the Ryman Auditorium.
Hailed by No Depression as “one of the most talented acts making music today,” Mandolin Orange’s most recent album Blindfaller debuted #3 on Billboard’s Bluegrass Album Chart, was featured on NPR’s Heavy Rotation and made Rolling Stone’s “40 Best Country Albums of 2016.”
“The musical tapestry of Blindfaller is delicately woven with lush threads of acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, violin and pedal steel, all ever-present without ever overplaying. However, it’s the vocal interplay of Frantz and Marlin that is the band’s most distinctive calling card” (Rolling Stone). Lean in to the album and you’ll understand why. You’ll hear the way it magnifies the intimacy at the heart of the North Carolina duo’s music, as if they created their own musical language as they recorded it. www.mandolinorange.com
The music starts up with the Jazz Foundation of JH at 4:00pm in the Village Commons, followed by Calle Mambo at 8:00pm, bringing a high-energy, Latin and Salsa music to the stage. Another round of fireworks follow, starting at 10pm.