July 22, 2023 @ 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Join us for an incredible summer of music, outdoor adventures, and family-friendly fun at Bogus Basin in beautiful Idaho. Our FREE concert series is just one of many exciting events happening in Southwestern Idaho this summer.
Plan a whole day where you experience the breathtaking outdoors, scenic hiking trails, and thrilling mountain biking. Explore one of our guided tours showcasing Bogus Basin’s natural environment, and after a morning of fun activities, settle in for our Music on the Mountain concert series, where melodies blend with the stunning backdrop of your non-profit recreation area. Don’t forget your lawn chairs or blanket; we encourage you to sit on the lawn and kick back while soaking in the sunshine!
Music on the Mountain is presented every other Saturday from June 24th through September 2nd. Our concert series is part of Idaho’s vibrant summer lifestyle – Experience the magic of live music in the great outdoors with FREE admission thanks to you, our community of supporters!
Create unforgettable memories at Bogus Basin and discover why Idaho’s summer activities, outdoor attractions, and family-friendly events are cherished by all.
Your participation supports our non-profit mission of engaging the Treasure Valley in affordable and accessible year-round mountain recreation, education, and fun!
Hillfolk Noir – 4:30 pm
Hailing from Boise, Idaho, and built on more than 15 years of “junkerdash” tradition, Hillfolk takes their acoustic guitar, double bass, and “anything you can find at a hardware store” sound and integrates driving drums and an electrified sound. From mountains of frontman Travis Ward’s ragged, spiral-bound notebooks, this Boise, Idaho-based band tells earnest stories about the lives of lovers, law-breakers, and the lion-hearted. “If John Steinbeck owned a speakeasy,” said John Doe (X, the Knitters), “Hillfolk Noir would be the house band.”
David Henry Band – 3:15 pm
Keeping Americana alive in an Indie Rock world, David Henry Band brings elements of country, folk, rock, and soul. Three-part harmonies, ascended guitar leads, a driving rhythm section, and fiery songwriting make this band a must. They deliver passionate and unbridled performances that are unmistakably David Henry.
High Pine Whiskey Yell – 2 pm
Born out of a desperate need for craft beer, deep powder, plastic jug moonshine, fast-moving rivers, and a deep-seated fear that artificial intelligence will ruin hard-driving bluegrass… High Pine Whiskey Yell came together as a band in 2018 and released its first EP (The Orchard Sessions) in 2019. Its newest album “Garden City Double-Wide” was released June 2021 and continues to build on the band’s Idaho roots.
This four-piece group of modern-day rounders focuses on telling true stories about robots taking your job, banksters robbing from the poor, the trials of gold panning in Idaho, skiing/riding deep powder, UFOs, and a few other traditional bluegrass subjects (such as murder, drinking, and dogs). Bringing experience from a multitude of projects, this Idaho string band is sure to win you over with its take on bluegrass and the Americana tradition.