Unable to get tickets to the premiere? Want to see it again on the big screen?
What: Screening with 15-minute Q&A
When: 8 pm, Sat., Sept. 8 (doors 7:30 pm)
Where: Walk Festival Hall, Teton Village
Cost: $10 general admission
TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT:
Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum, Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce and the Stagecoach Bar
After a sellout premiere (Thank You, Jackson Hole Community) at the Center for the Arts, The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads is screening again as part of the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce’s Fall Arts Festival.
Buy tickets now for the screening Saturday, Sept. 8, at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village, Wyoming. Enjoy an intimate portrait of a roadhouse that, for more than 70 years, has been defining and defying our visions of the Wild West and Jackson Hole. Produced for the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum by award-winning Jackson filmmaker Jennifer Tennican, this one-hour documentary takes viewers on a ride through time that illustrates how the West was fun!
Tickets are on sale now at the Chamber of Commerce, the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum and The Stagecoach Bar in Wilson. The ticket price is $10 and seating is general admission with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. for the 8 p.m. showing on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Tickets will be available at Walk Festival Hall the day of the screening. The Grand Teton Music Festival Box Office will open at 4 p.m. But don’t wait until the last minute – the screening sold out last time.
“We are thrilled to have JenTen Productions’ Stagecoach Bar documentary screened at Walk Festival Hall,” said Mike Swanson, Co-Director of Marketing at the Grand Teton Music Festival. Katy Niner of the Jackson Hole News & Guide says “The film is as rowdy and real as the ‘Coach itself. This is the West we love, rich with history and camaraderie.”
After the screening, Emy diGrappa of the Wyoming Humanities Council will moderate a 15-minute Q&A with Tennican, the director and producer.
Sponsors for the event include the Grand Teton Music Festival, Fall Arts Festival, JenTen Productions, the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum and the Stagecoach Bar. Proceeds from the screening benefit the Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum.