The 2022 Deadwood Jam, the city’s last official summertime outdoor event, concluded this past Saturday.
The two-day music festival kicked off on Friday with a performance by “The Two Tracks” at Outlaw Square on Deadwood’s Main Street.
But the annual Art and Jam auction fundraiser at Jacobs Art Gallery had things going long before the music started. Artwork created by local Black Hills artists was up for auction.
It’s time to JAM! The 32nd Annual Deadwood JAM kicks off today, with music starting at 5:30pm – The Two Tracks, Stephen Wilson Jr, and The Marshall Tucker Band! This festival is completely FREE and open to the public! Plus, enjoy open container at designated times 🤠👇🤩 pic.twitter.com/qEssb1izjz
— Historic Deadwood (@DeadwoodSD) September 16, 2022
In a sense, it’s a party to say goodbye to summer. It’s a terrific free event that brings the community together, and it’s a celebration of Deadwood, said Brandon Harvey, board chairman for Deadwood Jam.
The following time this gathering will occur is on September 15–16, 2023. If you found this post interesting and would like to read more like ones, please visit TheActiveNews.Com.