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Teton Valley Foundation is excited to share our program for the 2022 Summer Season!
Check out the incredible lineup including a great mix of old favorites and new talent, and get ready to
dust off your dancing shoes for another summer of FREE music and fresh vibes in Victor City Park.
Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for band announcements! 

2022 Music on Main Concert Dates:

THURSDAYS: June 23 – August 11

TIME: 6:00pm – 10:00pm

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

23

June

Samba Da

Carl King

Band Info

While Brazilian natives Papiba Godinho and Dandha da Hora bring their profound knowledge and respect for the roots of Brazilian and Afro-Brazilian song and dance, this band’s diverse members have developed a type of sambareggae-funk with a universal appeal. SambaDá musically unites the Americas and Africa, drawing from percussion based styles of South and Central America and Senegal, and blends it with that good old funk, rock and reggae backbeat so familiar to crowds of North America.

30

June

Joyce From the Future

Batdorf &
The Brother Wolf

Band Info

Joyce from the Future has cultivated a sound to lead the world into a new phase with tight grooves and ethereal vocals with one directive- Dance! Substance and style drive their live shows. Fans flock to their fun, energetic performances while their vision resonates with all who hear their addictive groove. Currently, Joyce from the Future is cementing its place as a staple in the local Billings music scene, all the while gearing up for the big leagues and beyond.

7

July

B-Side Players

Sghetti

Band Info

The B-Side Players make music without borders or boundaries. On the group’s 10th release Revolutionize, they continue exploring the multifaceted grooves of Latin America and the Caribbean, incorporating the sounds of Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and Brazil with the funk, rock, jazz and hip-hop rhythms of their homeland.

14

July

The Ghost of Paul Revere

Marmot Ate My Boots

Band Info

Life constantly changes. It seesaws between hardship and triumph, loss and satisfaction, and heartbreak and love. No matter how much everything fluctuates, community flourishes at the center of existence. It binds and unites all of us. Music stitches together a strong community around The Ghost of Paul Revere. The Maine trio—Max Davis [vocals, banjo], Sean McCarthy [vocals, bass], and Griffin Sherry [vocals, guitar]—examine life’s ebbs and flows through a distinct and dynamic distillation of folk, bluegrass, rock, and alternative on their third full-length album, Good At Losing Everything.

21

July

Sghetti

The Rose MCann Band

Elizabeth & the Catapult

Band Info

Local favorite, Sghetti mixes funk-rock-soul-reggae for an electric show that captivates the crowd and keeps everyone’s feet moving.

28

July

Remember Jones

Strumbucket

Band Info

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Amy Helm’s third album, What the Flood Leaves Behind, is her most autobiographical yet, both in content and creation. Due out June 18th via Renew Records/BMG, these 10 songs represent a gathering of ideas and experiences, friends and collaborators. Yet, the album also marks a landing — a pause for the traveling musician and mother of two young boys who was seeking clarity in her calling and career.

4

August

Molly Tuttle

The Balsamroots

Band Info

Few Miles South is a female fronted, national touring country and roots group created by Grammy nominated producer/engineer and south GA raised, Blake English, and classical trained singer and Los Angeles native, Tori Lund. Dubbed “the country Pretenders”(WSM Radio), Tori’s ethereal vocals are the yin to Blake’s chicken pickin’ yang.

11

August

Neighbors

Inland Isle

Band Info

With a diverse catalog of hundreds of songs, the musical juggernaut Neighbor has become one of the most exciting and unpredictable live bands on the music scene today. Grown in large part by the passion and devotion of the fans called Neighbors, their symbiotic relationship inspires and touches every performance.

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. 

Grand Targhee Resort Shuttle Service

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

Stops available at Grand Targhee Resort, Alta, WY, Driggs City Center & new this year:
Driggs Buffalo Junction.

A $2 donation is suggested for the shuttle.

Grand Targhee Resort /Alta/Driggs to Music on Main

    • Depart GTR: 5:45pm
    • Depart Alta: 5:40pm & 6:40pm
    • Depart Buffalo Junction: 5:55pm & 6:55pm
    • Depart Driggs Transit Center: 6:00pm & 7:00pm
    • Arrive at Music on Main: 6:15pm & 7:15pm

    Music on Main to Driggs/Alta/ Grand Targhee Resort

      • Depart from MoM: 9pm* & 10:15pm
      • Arrive at Buffalo Junction: 9:15pm & 10:30pm
      • Arrive at Driggs Transit Center: 9:20pm & 10:35pm
      • Arrive at Alta: 9:35pm & 10:50pm

      *9pm shuttle ends at Alta School

      Bike Valet & Parking

      • Ride your bike to Music on Main and check it for free at the bike valet located on East Birch Street, provided courtesy of Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation. 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.

      • Interested in becoming a 2022 Music on Main Food Vendor? Click HERE

      OUR FOOD VENDORS:
      Wanderlust Bistro
      Pinky G’s
      Teton Thai
      Catherine Anne’s
      Transylvanian Treats
      Ice for Ice

      Thank You

      to our generous 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 free!

      Lost & found

      You can find our Lost & Found in the concession stand during the shows, or contact our Program Director, Kate Driscoll via email at: kate@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

      Mailing Address:
      PO Box 50, Victor, ID 83455

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

      Ice Rink Location:
      380 S. Agate Avenue, Victor, ID 83455

       

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      Mailing Address:
      PO Box 50, Victor, ID 83455

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

      Ice Rink Location:
      380 S. Agate Avenue, Victor, ID 83455