The seventh-annual Hwy 30 Music Fest returns to Filer, Idaho on Thursday, June 25th through Saturday, June 27th.
Get Ready for the Largest Music Festival in Southern Idaho
This music festival is perfect for indy-rock, red dirt Texas country and classic country music lovers. The energy is high and people can’t help but dance, party, and have an incredible time! Food and alcohol are available for purchase all three nights. Camping is also available, but must be reserved ahead of time and typically sells out quick.
Along with food trucks and a good drink selection, there are vendors selling miscellaneous items like apparel, crafted gifts and custom made hats. For the concerts themselves, be sure to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on! There is a standing section near the stage, but we recommend bringing chairs to relax with the family.
Before the show, pre-order your tickets at hwy30musicfest.com. Then, head towards Filer and go to the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds. Parking fills up fast, but there is plenty of space if you come late; just plan on a longer walk to the concert area! You’ll wait in line at the gates to get wristbands, so have your ID ready if you would like to purchase alcoholic beverages. Seating is first come first serve.
Read Southall Band
Grady Spencer & The Work
Nick Sterling & The Nomads
Shane Smith & The Saints
Ray Wylie Hubbard
Jade Marie Patek
James Lee Band
The Steel Woods
The Lowdown Drifters
Gordy and Megan, the sponsors of HWY 30, want to reassure you that they are doing everything possible to keep you safe. There will be hand washing stations all around the venue, masks will be available, and they will be spreading the venue out. This will create more space for everyone to stay apart and safe. No crowds or surfing this year! All of the bands cannot wait to preform and ‘heal the soul’ with their music. We are very excited for this awesome event and are thankful to get back to normalcy with the kick off of this event!