MASSV Music & Arts Showcase Sun Valley

MASSV Music & Arts Showcase Sun Valley

July 13–14

 

MASSV Music and Arts Showcase Sun Valley makes its debut this summer during a 2 day festival.

When art, music and the majestic scenery of Sun Valley come together —it becomes MASSV. The latest and most exciting event to happen this summer in Sun Valley will be the inaugural MASSV Music and Arts Showcase this summer, July 13-14. The two-day music and arts festival in downtown Ketchum will take place at the Simplot lot, future home of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, across from the Ketchum Post Office.

This historic event will feature the most cutting-edge music touring acts in the nation today including the eclectic and energizing creative rock, funk, and electronica sounds ofGhostland Observatory, the hot vibes of the acoustic and electronica combination sounds and dance performance of Beats Antique and the mixing mania of the dubstep group theAdventure Club.

MASSV is for everyone, and is also pleased to feature the soulful and profound music of Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears. Their James Brown influence will have everyone on their feet as well as the hip-hop super tunes of Brother Ali. Other acts to fill out the MASSV festival’s line-up will include reggae, rock ‘n’ roll and Americana music featuring Gift of Gab of Blackalicous, Proper Motion, Stylust Beats, Winstrong, Boombox and B-Side Players. MASSV will also present Boise’s Equaleyes and Idaho and Wood River Valley’s acclaimed rocker trio Finn Riggins.

Invoking the spirit Mardi Gras and garnering some inspiration from Bonnaroo, MASSV encourages festival goers of all ages to enjoy the party with costumes and art projects. Expect local “tweener” acts of art and music too. The summer fun and super-charged atmosphere will include jugglers, stilt walkers, break dancers, hula hoppers, African drummers, scratch DJs and many other entertainers all throughout the two-day event. Enjoy an art car parade, a torch lit drum march from Simplot lot to Main Street in Ketchum after the main stage closes each night where a street party will ensue with laser light shows and more to continue the MASSV groove.

Gates will open on Friday, July 13, at 2 p.m. The show will start at 4 p.m. and end at 11 p.m. A Ketchum street party will take place from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. On Saturday, July 14, gates open at 12 p.m. and the show will take place from 2 to 11:30 p.m. followed by a Ketchum street party from 11:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Early Bird tickets will go on sale Wednesday, May 16. A weekend pass is $49.99 and individual day passes are $39.99. These passes are available for a limited time only. An online advanced pass for $59.99 will be available following an early bird sell out. After July 7, the weekend pass will be $69.99 and individual passes will be $45. MASSV will have food, drink and other vendors on-site at the Simplot lot. In addition, parking, camping, lodging and ticket sales information will be available soon.

Students interested in art projects for exhibition at the festival should contact the festival at massvmusic@gmail.com as well as volunteers and other interested parties who would like to be involved in this debut festival event.

For more details, visit www.massvmusicfest.org or e-mail massvmusic@gmail.com.

 

Days of the Old West Rodeo

Days of the Old West Rodeo

July 2 – July 4

Rodeo Action begins nightly at 7:30pm July 2, 3, & 4 at the Hailey Rodeo Park.  General Admission $10 • Children Under 10 $5.  Purchase advance tickets at Atkinsons’ Market in Ketchum, Hailey, Bellevue and the Hailey Chamber (we recommend Buying Tickets Early, as we sold out last year).

PRE-RODEO ACTION:
Freestyle Reigning Competition & Queen Coronation……6:30pm
For queen contestant information, please contact Michelle @ 720-6074
Mutton Bustin (July 2&3)…………………………………………………..7pm
Hometown Bull Riding (July 4)………………………………………….7pm

FAMILY NIGHT:

JULY 2………………… Kids under 10 get in FREE with paying adult

EVENTS to ENJOY:

Stock Saddle Bronc • Bareback Riding • Saddle Bronc Riding• Team Roping • Tie-Down Roping • Breakaway Roping• Barrel Racing • Steer Wrestling • BULL RIDING!• Half-time Entertainment by the Eh Capa Riders

SPONSORS:
Atkinsons’ Market
Webb Landscaping
Aqua Pro Pool & Spa
Zions Bank
Sawtooth Rangers Riding Club

For more info & tickets, contact Lorna Hazelton @ 788-1012 or visit SawtoothRangers.org.  To pre-register for Mutton Bustin & Hometown Bull Riding, contact Madeline @ 788-4979.

 

Baldy Super Duper Downhill

Baldy Super Duper Downhill

 

Putting the “Super” in Downhill riders race from the top of Bald Mountain to the bottom at River Run. Over 5,000 vertical feet of descending and another 1,000 of climbing. Flowing, fast singletrack, death claw knuckles, glory, and cold hard cash prizes await.

Practice starts at 9:00 am- 1:00 pm at the River Run Base Area and the event starts at 3:00pm.
Click here to register

Shoot – Tag – Share on Instagram to Win!

When dining at any Sun Valley Resort restaurant snap a creative picture of your Sun Valley dining experience using Instagram and tag it with #LoveSVFood.

Each week, (1) one winner will be awarded Sun Valley Swag. At the end of the contest the (12) twelve weekly winners will be judged for “Best Shot” and (1) one winner will be awarded a (3) three night stay at Sun Valley Resort. Contest begins Friday, June 8 and goes through Thursday, August 30.

Contest Terms & Conditions

Creedence Clearwater Revisited at the Pavilion

Creedence Clearwater Revisited at the Pavilion

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Sun Valley Pavilion; 8pm

Contact Sun Valley Recreation Office for tickets at 622-2135

or visit sunvalley.com

 

Marley in the Mountains presents Toots and the Maytals

Marley in the Mountains presents Toots and the Maytals

Thursday, July 12

Yes, it’s Toots and the Maytals in Sun Valley! The legendary reggae band

will play Thursday, July 12, in Ketchum, Idaho’s Atkinson Park for the first ever

Marley in the Mountains summer concert.

Toots and the Maytals won the 2005 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album

“True Love,” which included award‐winning and iconic musicians Bonnie Raitt,

Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards. In addition, artists such as “No

Doubt,” Ben Harper, and “The Roots” have also recorded with Toots and the Maytals.

The reggae music of Toots and the Maytals remain a relevant influence on

today’s global music scene where artists from Amy Winehouse to “Sublime” have rerecorded

classic tracks. In addition, Toots and the Maytals have toured with “The

Rolling Stones,” Dave Matthews and Sheryl Crow. To his credit and talent, Toots has

achieved a record breaking thirty‐one number one reggae hits in Jamaica.

Since 2008, Marley in the Mountains has presented reggae greats including

Don Carlos, Michael Rose, The Itals, Carlos Jones and Richie Spice. The “mountain

niceness” concert series has also presented many rising star reggae artists such as

Messenjah Seleh, Soulmedic and the valley’s beloved Ethan Tucker. More than 2,000

reggae fans have attended Marley in the Mountain shows from glorious fall evenings

to bearing single digit temperature and blizzards with great enthusiasm and

support.

Marley in the Mountains has become a world‐class music event and

Mountain Niceness Productions wants to continue to bring the best reggae talents to

Sun Valley for all to enjoy the best mountain culture the West has to offer. A special

VIP pass, “Very Irie People,” will be on sale for $500 to include 5 tickets, free beer,

appetizers, private porta‐lets, cash bar and a private behind‐the‐stage shade area.

Early bird tickets are $15 until June 3, $20 prior to show and $25 at the gate.

Gates will open at 5 p.m., and the show will start at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are available at

Atkinsons’ markets and online at www.marleyinthemountains.com.

For inquires on sponsorship, VIP ticketing, an exclusive concert experience,

and contributions to Marley in the Mountains, email iriedonal@hotmail.com.

Sun Valley/Lyle Pearson Tennis Tournament

June 29 – July 1, 2012

 

Dear Tournament Player, David Perry, John Perry and Mark Frisby, Directors of Tennis, invite you back to world famous Sun Valley Resort for a weekend of fun, celebration and great tennis. We are proud to be hosting the "Sun Valley Resort/Lyle Pearson Fourth of July Tennis Championships" once again. We hope you will join us for a great tournament.On Saturday, June 30, the tournament will host a Player’s Party on the deck of the Sun ValleyTennis Center. Pizza, complimentary soft drinks and adult beverages will be served. All entrants will receive a custom tournament hatand there will be a raffle with great prizes. We thank our sponsors, Sun Valley Resort, Lyle Pearson of Boise and Atkinson’s Market.  Whenever you have a choice, please choose them.

During your free time enjoy the many activities in or around Sun Valley Resort. Visit historic Sun Valley Lodge; take in the views of the Sun Valley Pavilion and Sun Valley Club. Take in an Ice Show. Shop the boutiques and enjoy the restaurants in the Sun Valley Village. Take the Gondola & Christmas chairlift to the top of Bald Mountain. Most of all, enjoy your holiday in beautiful Sun Valley. See you soon! All entrants will receive a custom tournament cap and may enter to win the raffle prizes. The more events entered, the more chances you have to win!

Need not be present to win.

All entrants receive 20% off all Tennis merchandise. (excluding tennis balls)

 

 

Gun Club – Sporting Clay Fun Shoot!

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Ketch’em Alive Free Concerts

Ketch’em Alive Free Concerts

 

Every Tuesday

June 26 – August 21

7m–9pm

The local’s favorite concert series, "Ketch’em Alive," is returning every Tuesday evening from 7 until 9 pm at the Forrest Service Park in downtown Ketchum.   There will be dancing, music, and a funfilled community party.  Picnics are encouraged; food and drink will be sold in the park as well.   Nationally touring bands will play rock, reggae, world beat, Americana, folk, etc.   "Ketch’em Alive" starts June 26th and continues until August 21st.

Roundhouse Opens For Lunch / Gondola Starts Running For Summer

Roundhouse Opens For Lunch / Gondola Starts Running For Summer

Summer lift hours:  9am–4pm

June 22–September 9