Music on Main returns to Driggs, Idaho for the Summer
The Wilder's and opener, Jessica Kilroy, took the stage last Thursday night, marking the first free concert of this summer's Music on Main concert series in downtown Driggs, Idaho. Every Thursday from 6 to 9pm, a different band or musician performs in downtown Driggs. The stage is set up at the far end of what used to be a parking lot and is now a soft grassy field. Food, beer, and wine are available for purchase, but the event itself is entirely free (sponsored by the Teton Valley Foundation and its supporters). Concerts will run through the end of August.
Music on Main was packed last Thursday night, with community members from both Teton Valley and Jackson Hole, as well as many visitors to the area. The section of grass closest to the stage was jumping with energy, kids playing with hula hoops and tons of dancing. Overall it's a great excuse to bring the whole family, get outside, socialize and reunite with friends you haven't seen since last summer, and hear some fabulous music. Although summer already seems to be flying by, the beginning of Music on Main has reminded me that there is still a lot of fun to be had these summer months.
Don't miss fantastic musicians like the Clumsy Lovers, Chuck Prophet, and many more. See the full line-up at TetonValleyFoundation.Org