Music on Main delays start

VICTOR, Ida. —  The Teton Valley Foundation Executive Director Amy Fradley and the Board of Directors announced yesterday that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the Music on Main summer concert series will start later than planned this summer.

The first Music on Main show will be Thursday, July 9. Shows will continue through August 20.

“Given that Music on Main is one of the largest events in Teton Valley each summer, we have a huge responsibility for the health and safety of our community, and we do not take that fact or this decision lightly,” Fradley says. “But, after much deliberation and at this time, postponing June dates to August simply makes the most sense on all levels.”

Teton Valley Foundation staff and board are continuing to follow the situation. Additional changes, lineups, and other news will be announced as decisions are made.

For fourteen years, this free concert series has brought top-tired, diverse acts to the Music on Main stage like Young Dubliners, MarchFourth Marching Band, Reckless Kelly, and many more. Generous donations at the door enable Teton Valley Foundation to continue to offer the concerts free to all who come, and also supports our efforts to provide affordable recreational opportunities at the Kotler Ice Arena.

“We realize now more than ever, how much our community needs Music on Main and the healing power of music,” Fradley said. “We remain optimistic that we will meet again on Thursday nights this summer to celebrate our amazing community together!”

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