Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your Sweetie in Sun Valley

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Sun Valley!

On Sunday, February 14 Forever Plaid will serenade your sweetheart in the Boiler Room.
Swing back through time to the 1950′s with the Plaids as they revive close-harmony hits such as
Moments to Remember, Crazy ‘Bout Ya Baby, Love is a Many-Spendored Thing and more!
Only $30 per couple includes tickets to the show, choice of any two entres off the menu, two Root-Beer Floats, Valentine Candy and a chance to win great raffle prizes including One Night’s Lodging &Dinner for Two at Sun Valley Resort. The doors open at 6:30pm and the show starts at 7:30pm. Tickets available at the door or at the Sun Valley Recreation Center 622-2135.

The Ram Restaurant will feature a Special Valentine’s Dinner for Two. It includes choice of soup or salad per person and a Ribeye Steak dinner for two for only $45. The regular menu will also be available. The Ram is open every evening except Wednesday from 6-9:30 for dinner. For reservations call 622-2800.

Jeremiah James Gang to rock Sun Valley Feb 12 – 20, 2010!

The Jeremiah James Gang, Idaho’s top-selling honky tonk, outlaw country band returns to the Sun Valley Resort Boiler Room Friday and Saturday, February 12 & 13. Doors open at 9pm after the comedy series. Cover charge is $7. First 10 people at the door get in free!

The Jeremiah James Gang will also kick-off the Apres Ski live music at Warm Springs Lodge from 2-5pm beginning Sunday, February 14 through Saturday, February 20.

Based in Boise, Idaho, Jeremiah James performs frequently in Idaho and surrounding states. Solo or with his Gang, he has opened for and/or shared the stage with Robert Earl Keen, The Gourds, Dale Watson, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Reckless Kelly, Micky and the Motorcars and many others.
Jeremiahs second album, "Idaho Cowboy," was the No. 1 local release of 2008 at the Record Exchange, Idahos largest independent record store, and finished among the stores Top 10 overall sellers for the year. His fans include alt-country hipsters, ten-gallon old-timers, mainstream country listeners and music lovers who otherwise pay no
attention to country and roots music.