Music On The Water

Dated: 06/22/2017

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June 22nd, 2017

Music on the Water will be taking over the brand new Esther Simplot Park on Friday, June 23rd, from 2pm to 9pm with headliner Built to Spill.

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This new, free event is a great time filled with live music, local food and drink, and activities for the whole family!

Not only will you get the jam out to great tunes in a beautiful location, but you’ll be supporting a local charity. All proceeds from the event will go to help Women’s and Children’s Alliance, a non-profit that helps the victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault.

Live music will be performed by Brooke Wilson, The Lost Men, Red Light Challenge, Zack Quintana Music & The Tucks, and Built to Spill.

Chow Down

Don’t worry about packing dinner, as food trucks will be there in abundance. You’ll have a variety of choices: Boise Fry Company, RiceWorks Asian Street Food, Kanak Attack Katering, and Scotty’s Hot Dogs.

A beer garden will be set up, with drinks offered by Payette Brewing Co. Proud Source Water and Slow River Coffee will also be there. You can grab a cold, non-alcoholic drink from Kona Ice, Killer Whey, and TIKI’S SHAVE ICE!

Be Entertained

Don’t worry. Your kiddos will have plenty of fun activities to keep them entertained. From face painting to a magician, balloon animals to the chance to win prizes, your children will find something to enjoy!

There will also be giveaways and raffles for adults!

Future Music on the Water Events

Can’t make it out this Friday? You can check out the other two Music on the Water events on July 22nd and August 19th. Bring your paddleboards, your tubes, your dogs, and your friends and head on down to Esther Simplot!

Click here to learn more about Music on the Water. You can view a map of the event here to find the perfect spot for you!

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Janet Jameyson

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