Calle Mambo

Calle Mambo is one of nine headlining acts that will play the Concerts on the Commons series in Teton Village. The full lineup, aside from the Aug. 4 act, was announced this week.

These days, it seems like everybody has a summer concert series.

Every town, that is.

Whether on the west side of the Tetons (Music on Main in Victor, Idaho) or the east (JacksonHoleLive or the Save the Block concert series in Jackson), there's a long list of free (or nearly free) summer music to pick from.

And now, Concerts on the Commons, the annual summer concert series that takes place at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, has joined the fray. The lineup for the series' 10th season was announced this week, adding nine dates and headlining acts to the mix. 

JacksonHoleLive's lineup draws heavily on americana and roots music. Music on Main's is an eclectic mix of americana, soul and a psychedelic cover band (Pinky and the Floyds). Concerts on the Commons, by contrast, is horn- and world-music heavy, with performances from the Lowdown Brass Band and the New Orleans Suspects as well as the local latin- and salsa-inspired band, Calle Mambo, all thrown into the pot.

All but one date, the August 4 show, have been announced. The full lineup can be found below.

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Concerts on the Commons lineup

July 3 — Whitewater Ramble with Aaron Davis and the Mystery Machine

July 4 — Calle Mambo with the Jazz Foundation of Jackson Hole

July 14 — Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (opener TBA)

July 21 — Polyrythmics (opener TBA)

July 28 — Ben Sparaco and the New Effect (opener TBA)

Aug. 4 — TBA

Aug. 11 — Lowdown Brass Band

Aug. 18 — Sneaky Pete and the Secret Weapons

Aug. 25 — New Orleans Suspects

This article has been updated to correct an error in the headline. The Teton Village Association announced the Concerts on the Commons lineup. — Ed.

Contact Billy Arnold at 732-7062 or entertainment@jhnewsandguide.com.

Scene Editor Billy Arnold covers arts and entertainment. He apprenticed as a sound engineer at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio before making his way to Jackson, where he has become a low-key fan of country music.

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