The Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival started in 1988. Now, in its 32nd year, the festival will welcome 18 bluegrass groups and soloists.
Some of the musicians are familiar at the festival, which is the largest of its kind in the northern Rockies.
"It's more than just a music festival, it's a time for family and friends to get together, camp, bring the bikes, bring the hiking shoes and kind of experience the whole resort," said Jennie White, the director of marketing for Grand Targhee Resort.
You can also ride the tram to the top of the ski hill. White said many people make the festival an annual event. They're encouraged to bring their commemorative festival mugs from past years.
"We actually encourage guests to bring their old festival mugs just to be green and Earth conscience on the weekends," she said.
She said some people have been returning for 10 or 15 years.
You can find more information about the festival at grandtarghee.com. You'll also find a Spotify playlist of the artists who will play at the festival.
"Come experience the Targhee vibe," White said. "You'll understand it when you're here. The Targhee vibe is very special and very alive. It's a unique experience that you have, a unique feeling when you're here."