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Gray Bear Productions

Gray Bear productions hosts intimate, live music events in Alpine, Wyoming, the heart of the Rocky Mountains.  



It is with the greatest disappointment that we must announce there will be no Reggae in the Rockies in 2023. Some of you might already know that Melvin Brewing has recently completed a sale to Roadhouse brewing. Since this sale has just finalized we have yet to secure an agreement with the new owners and hope to bring live music back again in the future. We are excited that Melvin has new owners and look forward to the future.

For everyone that has supported, volunteered, donated and sponsored Reggae in the Rockies in the past, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We all created something special and hope to bring that magic back even bigger and better in the future. Stay tuned for updates and keep spreading that love.

From the entire team at Reggae in the Rockies, thank you, we love you all.




Live music is back, and better than ever!

In an effort to sustain dedicated fans’ and performers’ need and craving for live music during the pandemic, Gray Bear Productions was born. Music at Melvin and Reggae in the Rockies were created and brought high-caliber bands from across the country to perform surrounded by mountains in Alpine, Wyoming.


It has grown into a collaborative partnership between Gray Bear Productions and Melvin Brewing, as well created a community of people who love the outdoors, live music, and supporting each other's passions.


Dave Walters, founder of Gray Bear Productions, is a volunteer fire fighter in Alpine, WY and owns Jackson Hole Adventure Rentals.

He's a lifelong music enthusiast, now passionate about bringing intimate, live music experiences to Alpine, WY.


Off-grid camping, RV parks and many lodging options exist in and around Alpine, WY. Many additional hotels are available in Jackson, just 45 minutes north.

Learn more about lodging options for Reggae in the Rockies >

Once you've booked your place to stay, start planning your things to do for before and after the show!


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To increase the safety of our guests, the bands, our community, and to make this an event that proves live music is still an option in these times of COVID, we are taking some precautions and putting a few things in place.


Please do not arrive to the event if you are feeling sick, have a high temperature, or have shortness of breath. Please review the COVID symptoms at 

Wash stations will be available, please use frequently

Table seating will be available

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