Idaho Falls Idaho Events
The Idaho Falls Auditorium District (IFAD) has announced plans for the annual RaptorFest at Mountain America Center on Saturday, July 30. Supported by the Idaho Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) and Idaho State University (ISU), RaptorsFest will provide food, fun and feather festivities to residents and visitors alike. The MountainAmerica Center will also host a variety of activities for children and families, a live music festival and the first Riverfest fireworks display in Idaho. After examining the possibility of holding the 28th annual Melaleuca Freedom Celebration safely, the organizers made the decision to cancel the River Festival show due to restrictions imposed by a coronavirus pandemic.
The West Yellowstone Youth Festival is sponsored by the West Yellowstone Ski Education Foundation. Attractions include live music concerts, food trucks, activities for children and a variety of family-friendly activities. The Conjuction Marathon is the first of its kind in Idaho and includes a 1,000-mile run, a 10-mile bike ride and an 8,500-foot cross-country run.
re new to the area or visiting an established resident, this curated list fills your calendar. Activities include learning about things to do in and around the Idaho Falls. There is also a telescope show from the Oregon Trail Overlook and a variety of activities for children and adults.
We would hate for someone to go to an event only to find that it was cancelled before the date was published. This event is not running and all events with a 2020 date must be reviewed to confirm that the organisers have not made any changes to the schedule since publication here on COVID 19.
Johnson and his team made the decision after speaking with the Idaho Falls Fire Department and local fire department. The team has been working with the site and checking it as there are fire services in place to protect this particular place. The decision came after Idaho Governor Brad Little moved Idaho to a modified Stage 2 of his reopening plans for Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Members of the Shoshone and Bannock tribes also presented a cameo lily ceremony in Fairfield City Park. Thousands of people attended the rodeo and related fair at the Idaho Falls Convention Center on Saturday, July 30.
During the festival, climbers forgot to enjoy the beautiful views of the Idaho Falls River and its spectacular waterfalls. They were rewarded with fun games in the caves and at the spectacular waterfall.
More than 80 artists exhibited their works, which brought joy to visitors, and hundreds of new exhibits from the aftermarket were on display. Put on your skates and get ready for a fun day of skating in the completely closed ice rink. Spectators lined the route to cheer on the teams and take part in a variety of activities including ice hockey, skating, snowboarding and more.
Vendors from all over the world gathered to showcase their products and services, as well as a variety of food and beverage retailers. Live music, food trucks, live entertainment and much more ensured a fun day with fun and entertainment for the whole family.
The Greenbelt Main Stage was filled with local artists, local musicians and anyone else looking for a chance to grab the local spotlight. Free concerts will be held outdoors at Driggs City Plaza, as well as a variety of food trucks, food vendors and more.
The festival, organised by the Downtown Driggs Association, attracts more than 10,000 visitors a year. Presented by a nationally recognized public relations program of the State Department's National Endowment for the Humanities. Presented by U of the Center for Arts and Culture, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.
Hundreds of artists from all over the world come to the nearby Rexburg to offer an unforgettable dance and music festival. The Melaleuca Freedom Celebration draws a huge crowd, estimated at more than 200,000 people, to the largest fireworks display west of the Mississippi. This free 31-minute fireworks display has become a major event in the state of Idaho, drawing thousands of visitors to watch and participate in family-friendly events such as Riverfest.
The Falls Deck was first hosted last year by a local company that offers a variety of events. The ride - in attracts hundreds of people from across the state, as well as local businesses and even two concert events a year.
What started as a fundraiser for a local school has turned into a three-day festival with lots of great bands, traders and fun. This year's event offers a test drive with demonstration and ride-sharing, an open day, food trucks, live music and much more. The company is also helping to raise money for local charities such as the Harry Potter Ride - through film marathons.