Tylor and the Train Robbers (copy)

Tylor and the Train Robbers will bring their roguish antics to downtown Driggs for the Downtown Sounds music series, coinciding with August’s First Friday Art Walk

The “cultural hub of the universe” — otherwise known as Driggs, Idaho — is living up to its sobriquet this summer. The August installments of the First Friday Art Walk and the Downtown Sounds Music Series both occur Friday night at the confluence of fine art and foot-stomping bluegrass.

“The presence of art has grown,” Teri McLaren, owner of Local Galleria, said when asked what First Fridays have been like on Main Street Driggs. “The response has been great. We do have more tourists coming through now.”

Contact Tibby Plasse via 732-7078 or entertainment@jhnewsandguide.com.

Since moving to Jackson Hole in 1992, Richard has covered everything from local government and criminal justice to sports and features. He currently concentrates on arts and entertainment, heading up the Scene section.

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