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We can't wait for Music on Main 2024!

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Community Supported Music

Teton Valley Coming Together to Support Live Music

We are so excited to share this summer’s lineup with you and after this long winter, we can’t wait to dance together again with you starting Thursday, June 20th! This summer we are asking for a $5 donation per person at the door so we can continue to bring quality musicians to Teton Valley. We are your community supported music series and we are proud to be in our 17th season!  Mark your calendars and count the days, minutes and seconds along with us until we meet again in Victor City Park!

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2024 Music on Main Concert Dates:

THURSDAYS: June 20 – August 15

TIME: 6:00pm – 10:00pm

VENUE: Victor City Park on Main Street in Victor, Idaho

Check out the bands coming to Teton Valley this summer. We even made you a playlist!

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June

Zivanai Masango & ZiMBiRA

with Calle Mambo 

 

Band Info

Zivanai Masango and ZiMBiRA will take audiences around the world on June 20th. Led by award-winning Zimbabwean multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Zivanai Masango, this band will take you on a musical journey to Southern Africa that will leave your spirit uplifted and beaming with joy. Rooted in the rhythms, as well as cultural and musical traditions of Zimbabwe and South Africa, the beautifully polyrhythmic music of ZiMBiRA will surely make you want to dance and celebrate life.

27

June

AJ Lee & Blue Summit

with One Ton Pig

 

Band Info

AJ  Lee  & Blue Summit headlines June 27th. This is an award-winning neo-traditionalist bluegrass and folk band is an energetic and technically jaw-dropping group quickly rising on the national roots music scene. Based in Santa Cruz, California, the group met as teenagers, picking and jamming together as kids at local music festivals and jams. Formed in 2015, this outstanding young California band also takes in elements of Western swing, soul, folk, jazz, and pop. A powerful singer, talented mandolinist, and gifted songwriter, AJ Lee has been making waves on the acoustic scene for many years, performing with family band The Tuttles (alongside celebrated guitarist Molly Tuttle) since she was just ten, and has won the coveted IBMA Vocalist Momentum Award.

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July

Joe Hertel & The Rainbow Seekers

with Triple Lindy

 

Band Info

After skipping the holiday week of the Fourth of July, Music on Main returns on July 11 with Michigan’s hottest alternative indie groove outfit Joe Hertel & The Rainbow Seekers. With spectacular energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the stage. Lead singer Joe Hertler splashes through lyrical puddles of golden rain, leaving his audience wearing flowery crowns and bubbling smiles. A ride on the Rainbow will take you across the mountains of Motown, through the fjords of folk, over the archipelagos of Americana, and into a funky firth, where only the fiercest of friendships can be found.

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July

The Deadlocks & Special Guests

with Batdorf and The Brother Wolf

 

Band Info

On July 18th, the Tetons will pay homage to the legacy of the Grateful Dead with The Deadlocks and Special Guests. The powerhouse Dead cover band found its calling fourteen years ago at a Music on Main after-party at The Knotty Pine. And what a strange trip it has been since then as the group has matured into a sound of their own while welcoming big names to the stage to play.

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July

The Rumble featuring Chief Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr.

 with Cache Funk 

 

 

Band Info

The Rumble featuring Chief Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr. will bring the sounds of NOLA to Teton Valley on July 25th. Featuring seven GRAMMY-nominated musicians, The Rumble is more than just a band — it’s an opportunity to be immersed in a wholly unique facet of New Orleans culture. The Rumble’s debut album, “Live at the Maple Leaf”, received a GRAMMY nomination for Best Regional Roots Album 2024. Their live show is a symphony of rich color and propulsive sound, with each member sharing vocal duties and engaging the audience in the classic Mardi Gras Indian-style call-and-response chanting. The group pays homage to trailblazers like Wild Magnolias and Golden Eagles, both of which featured the vocal stylings of Boudreaux’s father, Monk Boudreaux. The Rumble continues the fight to preserve the legacies and traditions of the community for the next generation while bringing new layers of depth to their live performance.

1

August

No Such Animal

with Box Elder

 

 

Band Info

No Such Animal will go wild in Teton Valley on August 1. No Such Animal hails from Utah and is sure to convert fans in just three chords with their dedication to a hard rock sound that is simultaneously intimate. The band consists of Finn Morrison (frontman, vocals), Max Miller (drums, vocals), Cole Harris (guitar), Ella Morrison (keys), and Teton Valley native, Seth Jensen (bass). They put energetic riffs and catchy melodies together to create a sporadic blend of almost every rock subgenre.

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August

Mountain Grass Unit & Darrell Scott

 

Band Info

One of the hottest acts on the bluegrass scene, Mountain Grass Unit will headline on August 8th. This trio of Birmingham pickers adds country, jazz, funk, rock, and even metal to their vocal harmonies and musical arrangements. The band will please bluegrass traditionalists and can adapt to almost any genre. Their competency is as exciting as their passionate hunger to deliver a hard-driving show. The youthful exuberance and energy that the Mountain Grass Unit brings to the stage is always remarkable. Opening for MGU, for a very special engagement following his week of teaching at the Targhee Music Camp is award-winning multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Darrell Scott.

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August

Mike Love

with Chanman Roots Band 

BAND INF0

The Concert Series will close out on August 15 with reggae star Mike Love. Love fuses progressive and classic rock, soul, blues, flamenco, jazz, and classical with a spiritual and message-based blend of reggae and Rastafari. Love started playing guitar at the age of 15, and soon after began performing live as frontman for the 10-piece band Dubkonscious. He then furthered his talents as a composer/lyricist, arranger, and also producer on the band’s album At the Foot of the Mountain. He has now become an internationally recognized, power-packed, one-man-band style show, using looping, multiple instruments, and an array of different vocal techniques and musical styles to create a full and powerful sound that belies the fact that he is on stage alone. Love’s solo performances have since taken him to some of the largest stages in the world.

Park Rules & Information

  • Welcome concert goers! You can bring blankets or chairs to set up on the grass behind the sound tent. 
  • Cash and Venmo Donations at the door are used to continue the Music on Main series each year, we thank you in advance!
  • NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL MAY BE BROUGHT INTO VICTOR CITY PARK – This is a strict City Ordinance.  Bags and coolers may be inspected. Please respect the rules and honor TVF’s mission to keep the music free. Thank you.
  • Beer, wine, hard cider, hard seltzer and canned cocktails are available for purchase – This is how TVF raises funds to provide free music. All of our alcohol options are in aluminum cans. Please make sure to recycle your cans in the provided RAD Curbside bins located throughout the park. Beer tokens are sold via cash, card or apple pay (contactless card readers). We will not be using venmo for beer tokens this year. 
  • No one under the age of 21 may purchase alcohol.
  • Dogs are not allowed in Victor City Park, this is a City Ordinance. Do NOT leave your dogs in hot cars!!! Do the right thing, take them home and return for an evening of fun. We (and your dog) thank you.
  • Concert-goers are encouraged to wear masks and socially distance where possible, bring chairs or blankets to sit on the park lawn and enjoy the show.
  • Please, if you have a fever or don’t feel well, please stay home! If you do decide to attend a concert, you will be expressly assuming the risk and legal liability and waiving and releasing all claims for injury or illness (including, without limitation COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2) you might sustain as a result of participating connected with Music on Main and Teton Valley Foundation. 

2024 Grand Targhee Resort

Shuttle Service

Ride safely to the show thanks to the shuttle provided by Grand Targhee Resort!

Driggs to Music on Main

  • Depart Driggs Transit Center: 6:00pm & 7:00pm
  • Arrive at Music on Main: 6:15pm & 7:15pm

Music on Main to Driggs

  • Depart from MoM: 9pm* & 10:15pm
  • Arrive at Driggs Transit Center: 9:20pm & 10:35pm

Bike Valet & Parking

  • Ride your bike to Music on Main and check it for free at the bike valet located on East Birch Street. Thank you!
    Coming with the kids? Keep your strollers and chariots safe in the bike valet while you groove the night away. (Please, no locking bikes to portable fencing.)

 

  • Parking is available in Victor on Main Street, in the lot East of the US Bank Building on Birch Street, in the LDS Church parking lot, and on city side streets. Check out our Official Event Map for parking locations & directions to Music on Main.

Food Vendors

  • No need to cook on Thursdays! We have you covered with incredible food vendors. Enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the great live music

                         

OUR 2024 FOOD VENDORS:
Streetfood

Pinky G’s

Teton Thai

Wydaho Roasters

AmeriAsia

Otto’s Kitchen by GTB

Bella’s Cha Cha Churros 

Longhorn Kettle Corn

Diaroku

Rodeo Dogs

Ice for Ice

Thank You

to our generous 2024 sponsors

Volunteer

We have a number of different volunteer opportunities over the course of the summer.  Click here for job descriptions and to sign up to volunteer and help keep the music donation based!

Lost & found

You can find our Lost & Found at the TVF tent to right of the stage during the shows, or contact our Program Director at: tibby@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

STAY & PLAY IN TETON VALLEY

There are a lot of great places to stay in the valley, so why not make a night of it?
For lodging info, please visit discovertetonvalley.com

SKATERS PER SEASON AT THE Kotler Ice Arena

Music on Main Concerts Since 2007

Feet of Chiller Piping at Kotler Ice Arena

Music on Main Concert Goers Since 2007

Get In Touch

Teton Valley Foundation:
208-970-7486
info@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

Kotler Ice Arena:
208-970-7498
rink@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

STAY OVERNIGHT

Enjoy 20% to 35% off at

several hotels

in Victor, Idaho

Make the most of your night out at Music on Main with these participating hotels: The Cobblestone, Teton Motel and Teton Valley Resort!

 The Cobblestone

CALL THE HOTEL

Teton Motel

CLICK HOTEL LINK FOR PROMO

Teton Valley Resort

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General Mailing Address:
PO Box 50, Victor, ID 83455                       Phone: 208-970-7486

Music on Main Location:
80 N Main Street, Victor, ID 83455

Kotler Ice Arena Physical Location:
380 S. Agate Avenue, Victor, ID 83455     Phone: 208-970-7498

Executive Director: Megan LaTorre      megan@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

Music on Main Program Director: Tibby Plasse    tibby@tetonvalleyfoundation.org

Kotler Ice Arena General Manager:  Miranda Milligan                              Miranda@tetonvalleyfoundation.org