Fire In The Mountains Festival Adds Final Bands for 2022


Curated by Ivar Bjørnson of Enslaved, has booked its final bands for the  2022 festival! The fully immersive music, art, and wilderness festival will take place July 22-24 at Heart Six Ranch in the Teton Wilderness of Wyoming. Joining the bill are:

Emma Ruth Rundle


Hex Vessel


The Otolith


Helen Money


The full Fire In The Mountains 2022 Lineup is:


Enslaved, Ivar Bjornson, Wolves In The Throne Room, Steve Von Till, Yob, Mike Scheidt (Solo), Emma Ruth Rundle, Hex Vessel, The Otolith, Helen Money, Visigoth, Eternal Champion, Wayfarer, Obsequiae, Yellow Eyes, Sean Parry – Sacred Knot, Dreadnought, Haunter, Dbuk, Nechochwen, Tchornobog, Lykotonon, and Ghosts Of Glaciers.

About the fest:

Fire In The Mountains  – the United States’ only mountain air heavy metal festival and wilderness destination experience, returns to Heart 6 Ranch in Moran, Wyoming – deep in the heart of the Grand Tetons, for it’s biggest and boldest festival to date. Over three days in July, guests will experience an event like no other. Fully immersive and in unity with artistry and nature, guests will reconnect with an awe-inspired sense of beauty and community alongside the festival’s outstanding and deliberate curation of art, music and educational workshops to reveal a revitalized connection to the natural world.


Curated by the festival’s founding members and in collaboration with guest curator and ENSLAVED guitarist, Ivar Bjørnson, Fire In The Mountains will showcase extraordinary and never-before-seen live performances. Over the three day festival, the mountain range of the Grand Tetons will breathe new life with raw, unique, and intimate musical experiences featuring diverse artists from the heavy metal underground and beyond – all in front of a backdrop of the mighty Tetons as the sun sets behind them.


Fire In The Mountains is the ultimate return-to-nature and heavy metal experience. Heart 6 Ranch offers camping, fishing, hiking, rock climbing, rafting, kayaking, and more. Day time activities and educational workshops include daily yoga, public art exhibits, unique panel discussions – that include academics as well as musicians, Farm-To-Festival barbecue of all locally cultivated food prepared by world culinary specialists, and experiences that will see attendees interacting in unique ways both with the artists present, and the wilderness around them. More information on workshops, vendors, and more will be announced in the near future.

Tickets and more info here: