Photo © Jason Lugo

The Twin Falls Tonight weekly concert series in downtown Twin Falls has become a big local favorite!

Photo © Jason Lugo

Rick Maritt with Renegade entertains the crowd!

Attendees can expect food from local vendors, free music and family fun in the same beautiful setting of the Fountain Park on Main Avenue as in years past. But this year boasts new bands, an expanded schedule and the added feature of “Market on Main” with local food, crafts and artists running alongside the series on the opposite end of Main each week. Festivities span the summer beginning the 3rd Wednesday in June and running through the 3rd Wednesday in August from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. continuing every Wednesday night with the exception of the Fourth of July.

Photo © Jason LugoThis results in nine events where the series previously ran only six. Robin Dober, who participates on the Twin Falls Tonight Committee, explained that the main complaint heard in the past was the series not lasting long enough. With redoubled efforts to increase sponsorship and help from a variety of local businesses they were able to make it happen.

Due to increased popularity of the concerts, those who attend are encouraged to come early (average attendance per concert in previous years ranged from (800-1200 people), bring their own seating and their whole families. A bounce-house is provided for kids while beer and wine sales are available for the over-21 crowd leaving the gatherings fun for all ages.

For a calendar of events please see the following resources:

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TwinFallsTonight

Website: http://www.twinfallstonight.com/

About the author

Karla Davis - Karla Davis is a southern Idaho native, who spent her childhood enjoying all the small-town charm that Shoshone had to offer, but always itching to get out and find her way in a bigger world. This restlessness led her to Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina, where she had the opportunity to study under various authors and reaffirmed her love of writing, but couldn't help but feel claustrophobic in a world where the horizon was choked off by trees in every direction. Today, she is back just a few miles from where she began, and spends her time writing whatever strikes her fancy from short fiction, to poetry, to the occasional feature; and learning every day from the herd that's recently adopted her on a ranch where she enjoys every sunset the way it was supposed to be enjoyed: in big, desert, sky.

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