TETON VALLEY, Idaho \u2014 On what would have been Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival weekend in Teton Valley, lovers of the al fresco concert experience will have three days of socially-distanced opportunities this week at the Spud Drive-in in Driggs. Venues and organizations across the country are being forced to think outside the box when it comes to offering audiences a safe and enjoyable live music experience. The first of these in-person-plus-livestream shows will be Teton Valley Foundation\u2019s Music on MainStream \u201cDark Side of the Rainbow\u201d fundraiser, a concept born out of the thirteenth season of Music on Main concert series that was cancelled on May 22 due to the pandemic. The situation left the nonprofit with \u201ca major financial hit,\u201d and this fundraiser will be a way to support it\u2019s programming. \u201cWhen we made the heart-wrenching decision to cancel the 2020 Music on Main season due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Teton Valley Foundation lost $70,000 in revenue from concessions and donations made throughout the summer,\u201d said Amy Fradley, Teton Valley Foundation\u2019s Executive Director. \u201cThese funds directly support our ability to keep the Kotler Ice Arena running each winter and the music playing at Music on Main each summer.\u201d The event will feature cover band Pinky & the Floyd performing Pink Floyd\u2019s 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon during a showing of the 1949 film, The Wizard of Oz. The mash-up of these two pieces of classic art, dubbed \u201cDark Side of the Rainbow,\u201d became a pop culture phenomenon in the mid-90\u2019s. Starting the band's album as the MGM lion roars for the first time onscreen, the songs and the video sync up in eerie ways in several places. Despite the similarities, the band has long denied any conscious decisions to pair the two. The event will run 7-11 p.m. Thursday. Tickets are $150 per car for up to four people, $25 for an Extra Passenger Ticket, and $500 for a VIP Entry Ticket, which allows prime second row parking spots for up to four people in one vehicle. Patrons must stay in their cars, or sit in lawn chairs in each car\u2019s designated area. Masks will be required when leaving a party's designated area. A free livestream of the event, 9-11 p.m. Thursday, will also feature a silent auction and the opportunity to donate or sponsor the event. \u201cI think you\u2019ll agree, this summer\u2019s Thursdays are way too quiet and we miss Music on Main as much as you do,\u201d said Jenny Wade, Teton Valley Foundation Board Chair.