Music on Main ditches single-use cups

TETON VALLEY, IDA — Teton Valley Foundation proudly announced today that the 2019 season of Music on Main will no longer feature plastic beer & wine cups. Thanks to the overwhelming success of the Music on Main Cup Rental program launched in 2018, this year the concert series will no longer be serving drinks in single-use cups.

The Cup Rental Program is a partnership between Teton Valley Foundation, RAD Curbside, Liquid Hardware, Spoons Bistro & Teton Valley Community Recycling. Through this program TVF eliminated 45% of plastic waste last year through the pilot of the Cup Rental Program. This year Teton Valley Foundation will remove plastic entirely from beer & wine service.

Patrons are invited and encouraged to bring their own cup to each of the eight summer 2019 shows. Those who do not have a cup of their own can rent one from TVF for a $10 deposit. Beverages can be enjoyed from the rental cup all night, or all season long. Deposits are fully refundable at any of the 2019 concerts.

Music on Main is an 8-week summer concert series held Thursdays at Victor City Park. The 2019 series kicks off on June 20th with Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, featuring opening act Sister Karee & The Other Brothers.

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