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Huckleberry Jam And Mountain Home Festival
TWO CONCERTS, ONE WEEKEND: HUCKLEBERRY JAM AND MOUNTAIN HOME FESTIVAL
July 20th, 2017
Hey, Boise! Get ready for a music-filled weekend the last few days in July. From the Huckleberry Jam to the Mountain Home Country Music Festival, you’re sure to find a band to jam out to this July.
The Huckleberry Jam
Tamarack Resort near Donnelly, Idaho
Friday, July 28th and Saturday, July 29th
The third annual Huckleberry Jam will feature a variety of bands, from the Naughty Professor, a New Orleans-based jazz-funk sextet, to Kitchen Dwellers, a five piece, high energy psychedelic bluegrass band from Bozeman, Montana.
You can enjoy all the nature offers while rocking out at the natural amphitheater at Tamarack Resort. In between bands, you can zip line, hike, or go rafting. Love to camp? Combine two of your favorite things and pitch a tent while listening to bands! You can even head to Lake Cascade to cool down. Click here for a full list of activities.
Mountain Home Country Music Festival
Mountain Home, Idaho
Friday, July 28th, to Sunday, July 30th
Just thirty minutes from Mountain Home in the shadow of the Sawtooth National Forest and Range is the Mountain Home Country Music Festival.
This three-day event is perfect for country music lovers. From soulful voice of Chris Stapleton to the twang of Keith Urban, there are plenty of heavy hitters that will be taking the stage at the festival. You might even find a new favorite entertainer, with more than 20 musicians performing!
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