Ready for some old-fashioned Western fun? Late June and early July are great times to visit Southern Idaho — from music festivals to “shootouts” to small-town rodeos and fairs, you’ll find family-friendly activities that are bound to create new memories. Check out the VisitSouthIdaho.com calendar for even more trip ideas.
June 24-25 Highway 30 Music Fest
Begins 11 a.m. each day | Twin Falls County Fairgrounds, Filer
Twenty-one bands in two days? Sounds like a party! Featuring favorites like the Clumsy Lovers, the Young Dubliners, the Midnight River Choir, and more.
June 24th 41st Annual Idaho Regatta
8 a.m. June 24-6 p.m. | Burley Golf Course Marina, Heyburn
Each summer the best boat racers in the world and water sports fans converge in Burley for three days of non-stop crowd-pleasing speed and excitement.
June 3oth Wild West Shootout
6 p.m. June 30 – 6 p.m. July 2 | In front the Wilson Theatre, Rupert
Relive the wild days of the Wild West with this recreation of a shootout. 6 p.m. every day in front of the Wilson Theatre, Rupert.
July 3 – 4 Buhl Sagebrush Days
11 a.m. July 3 – 9 p.m. July 4 | Downtown Buhl
This annual event includes a pancake breakfast, fun run, fish fry, parade, food and drink vendors, games, music, a fire hose competition, and — of course — fireworks.
July 8 – 9 Camas County Rodeo
Fairfield | For two nights a year, Fairfield — the only town in Camas County — invites cowboys (and wannabe cowboys) to town for the Camas County Rodeo.