Pinedale’s Summer Music Series Rolls on with Indie-Rockers Fox Royale

Pinedale’s Soundcheck Summer Music Series continues Saturday, July 24 with Mid-west indie-rock 4-piece Fox Royale and Jackson Hole’s Abby Webster opening the show.

Fans of Vampire Weekend, Arctic Monkeys and Regina Spektor will feel right at home at this show!

Presented by The Pinedale Fine Arts Council (PFAC), the Soundcheck Series consists of six free concerts at American Legion Park in downtown Pinedale.

Music will start at 5:00 p.m.
Shows are free to the public and are kid/pet friendly.


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Fox Royale make anthemic, jangly indie-rock that sparkles with the same energy as acts like Cold War Kids, Cage the Elephant and Vampire Weekend. Their debut single, “Don’t Call Me When You’re Lonely,” is about a seemingly isolating phenomenon: loneliness, particularly the kind that affects traveling musicians (or traveling workers of any kind) and their partners. So why does the song sound so big, so full? Because Fox Royale have the ability to make music about things like emotional insecurities, breakups and family breakdowns sound almost joyful.


Abby Webster is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Filled with metaphor and dark humor, her songs are just as whimsical as they are visceral.

The Soundcheck Summer Music Series is supported by the Town of Pinedale, The Pinedale Lodging Tax, The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and the Sublette County Recreation Board.
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