Summer Events

    Get Up, Get Out, and Enjoy!
    The Treasure Valley Gets Moving
    Summer Event List
    By Chelsea Chambers
    Photography by Emma Thompson and submitted by event coordinators
    It’s officially summer! Which means it’s time to get outside and enjoy all the fun, food, and friends that the Treasure Valley has to offer. We compiled a list of must-do events for you to check out this season!
    Western Collective
    “Western Collective is a collection of unique experiences designed to delight our community and feel like home away from home. Our space includes a brewery, coffee shop, taproom, beer garden, Supply Company, and Swim Club. We have 16 beers on draft, Frosé (a delicious rosé slushy), a full espresso bar serving Doma coffee, and delicious wines from the region. We also are home to the Weenie Wagon, gourmet hot dogs and brats, that are served daily. We open every day at 7am and stay open until midnight on the weekends. Western Collective – where Western isn’t a direction so much as a state of mind,” explains Melissa Levick, Head of Marketing and Design.
    – July 4-8 – 4th of July Celebration featuring the launch of our Idaho Pilsner beer (name TBD), Pool Party & Weenie Roast
    – July 20 — Imperials Wit Launch
    – August 1 — National IPA Day Celebration
    – August 2 — International Beer Day Celebration
    – August 10 — Thai Curry Coconut Stout Launch
    – September 13-15 — Our First Annual Berry Festival launching three different berry beers

    If you missed their Pool Party, be sure to stop by for new tap releases, launch parties, and a refreshing soak in their outdoor wading pool all summer long!
    Keep your eye on their social media pages for more upcoming summer events!
    Revolution Concert House
    The Revolution is a premier event venue featuring a massive dance floor, tasty drinks, and an excellent sound system. No matter what is happening at the Revolution, you’ll want to be there! Don’t miss these great upcoming shows for the summer!

    • July 13 – Common
    • August 4 – In This Moment
    • Aug 7 – George Clinton
    • Aug 25 – Skiller & Sevendust

    34th Street Market
    Local art, local food, local beverages, and live music?! Sign us up!
    Wednesday evening Farmer’s Market (organized by Capitol City Market) starting June 19th and running through the end of August. Enjoy the many vendors, food trucks, and good vibes.
    Fridays – 4-9pm
    Saturdays and Sundays 12-9pm.
    On any given operating day, 34th Street Market will have random entertainment, vendors and of course, food trucks!
    Lucky Peak State Park
    Aside from being one of the most popular recreation spots in the Treasure Valley, Lucky Peak State Park also frequently hosts events and you don’t’ want to miss the Source to Snake event happening on August 24.
    The Treasure Valley is honored to host, New Yorker, Christopher Swain, who will be making his way to Idaho this summer to help promote his ongoing mission for water-quality advocacy. Invited by the Idaho Business for the Outdoors, Swain will be swimming the entire length of the Boise River over the course of several weeks.
    Swain has plunged through thousands of miles of rivers and streams, many of which were less than swimmable—all in the name of water quality. And while we can be proud of the efforts we’ve made for the Boise River in the last 50 years, we need to continue to be mindful in the coming years as the population grows.
    On August 24, from 10am to noon, Swain will be at Lucky Peak’s Spring Shores Marina. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet (and swim with) Swain as he continues his fight for clean, healthy, and swimmable water for everyone! The event will feature collaborations with the Boise Bike Project, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, the Idaho Business for the Outdoors, educators around the Valley, and more!
    Jack’s Urban Meeting Place is quickly becoming the hot spot for year-round events, and this year is no different! Their Beyond the Block event, which started June 20, is an event designed to celebrate community and diversity. Beyond the Block will be held every third Thursday and will feature various musical acts, different themes, cultural dances, and of course… food trucks!
    JUMP also hosts a meet and greet event called Connect on the Deck, which is a public meeting space where community members, travelers, and visitors can socialize with one another in a welcoming environment. Connect on the Deck features tasty tap takeovers and delicious caterers.
    Don’t miss their other events!

    • Beyond the Block, every third Thursday from 5pm – 9pm
    • Connect on the Deck, every Thursday from 5pm – 9pm
    • The Tempest, July 20, 7:30pm – 9:30pm
    • Visit their website for more upcoming events!






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