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Music on Main
We can't wait for Music on Main 2024!
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 22nd! 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!
John Robert y Pan Blanco will take audiences around the world on with their eclectic mix and background in funk, soul, salsa, and West African rhythms project. With vocals in Spanish, English and Portuguese, this group is melding high-energy funk, African and Latin grooves with soulful instrumental solos, aimed at sharing musical and cultural diversity with the audience.
Paige and The Peoples Band is a soul packed experience. The nine-piece and horn-powered act has been voted Bozeman’s Choice for three years in a row and premiered season Thirteen of 11th and Grant with Eric Funk on PBS. Lead singer Paige Rassmussen’s vocals will shake the corners of downtown as she mixes the traditions of pop and soul with rock and jaz
The gypsy reggae sounds of Montana’s Cole and The Thornes will be a crowd pleaser for anyone who appreciates dub and delicate lyrics that waver between ska and funk. Cole’s powerful, sultry vocals and empowering lyrics are accompanied by jazz guitar, island ukulele, Latin-inspired percussion and playful horn melodies. Their award winning album “Map Maker” was released in 2018 and was voted Bozeman’s Best Album of the Year in 2019.
The Pacific Northwest brings us yet another new musical flavor in the alt hip hop power fusion trio, Free Creatures. The trio features emcee & producer Marv Ellis remixing original beats on an MPC live while rapping and freestyling in his beloved and charismatic style. Marv is joined by the smooth, sweet swagger of upright bassist and singer Emily Turner, and the riveting effects of electric guitar layers and solos from Skyler Squglio.
Free Creatures have enjoyed steadfast, all-organic, independent growth since their inception in 2019. Now touring coast to coast, including Alaska and Hawaii, and promoting their latest full-length album release, “While We Can”, catch Free Creatures in your habitat while you can!
The Olson Brothers Band is rowdy and unexpected country. Hailing from Olympia, Washington, and led by singer/songwriters and brothers Luke and Isaac Olson, the band has opened for Dwight Yoakam, Dylan Scott, Lonestar and Phil Vassar. Taking cues from Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Darius Rucker, Zac Brown, Jason Aldean, and Blake Shelton, the guys also enjoy rock’s best anthems from AC/DC to Elton John.
Reflecting on the time since their origin, Midnight North will tell the Teton Valley its story in cosmic Americana style. A group of multi-instrumentalists with songwriting roots in Folk and Americana, the band includes Grahame Lesh, Elliott Peck, Nathan Graham and Connor O’Sullivan. Rolling Stone hailed the band as “Best New Act” in its review of 2018’s Peach Music Festival saying the band “takes the best parts of roots music and weaves them into a tapestry of rock and Americana.” With multiple studio albums of their own, they also released two live albums including 2018’s “Selections from the Great American Music Hall” which featured Bob Weir & Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead plus members of Twiddle as special guests.
Nominated for four Blues Music Awards at the 39th annual Blues Music Award for ‘Soul Blues Album’, for “The World That We Live In”, ‘Soul Blues Male Artist’, ‘Instrumentalist – Vocals’, and ‘B.B. King Entertainer,’ soul and bluesman Sugaray Rayford is a decorated troubadour and will bring his smooth style to Teton Valley. In 2020, Rayford was presented with two Blues Music Awards for ‘B.B King Entertainer of the Year’ and ‘Soul Blues Male Artist of the Year.’
Hard driving bluegrass aficionados The Travelin’ McCourys will deliver the new and the old as they explore bluegrass from every angle with an unmatched aptitude to pick and execute authentic harmonies, that’s backed up by their technical savviness on the strings. Ronnie and Rob McCoury have spent years on the road with their father, Del, in the Del McCoury Band. With fiddler Jason Carter, bassist Alan Bartram, and latest recruit Cody Kilby on guitar, the band is the only group to have each of its members recognized with an International Bluegrass Music Association Award for their instrument at least once. The final night of the concert series is sure to be the preparty for bluegrass festival weekend!
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.
2023 Grand Targhee Resort
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, provided courtesy of Grand Targhee Ski and Snowboard Foundation (formerly TVSEF). 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.
- 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 2023 Music on Main Food Vendor? Click HERE
to our generous 2023 sponsors
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
Stay Overnight & Play in Teton Valley
Executive Director: John Rockefeller Phone: 986-249-8831 John@tetonvalleyfoundation.org
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
Kotler Ice Arena General Manager: Miranda Milligan Miranda@tetonvalleyfoundation.org Phone: 986-249-8833