Music on Main

The 2018 edition of Music on Main begins June 21 at Victor City Park and runs each Thursday through Aug. 9 Courtesy Drew Orlando / Sky Def Productions

The tradition continues.

The Teton Valley Foundation’s popular Music on Main series will return to Victor City Park in late June to begin another summer of free music and sunshine.

The concerts begin June 21 and run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. every Thursday through Aug. 9.

To help support and run the concerts, the foundation is looking for those willing to give of their time. People are needed to help run the concessions and setting up the venue. All volunteers will get free food, beer and chances to win prizes. For more information visit

Here’s a look at the summer lineup.

June 21: John Fullbright (with One Ton Pig)

The Grammy-nominated artist from Oklahoma will make his Music on Main debut with a mix of rock, Americana, blues, and more.

June 28: Orgone (with Jackson 6)

Orgone, a band based in California, will bring the sounds of the 1960s and 70s to the stage through funk, soul and Afrobeats.

July 5: Kitchen Dwellers (opening act TBA)

The Kitchen Dwellers make the short drive from Bozeman, Mont., bringing their five-piece psychedelic bluegrass sound, dubbed Galaxy Grass, with them.

July 12: Within (with Calle Mambo)

Within, which previously performed at Music on Main under the name Todo Mundo, returns with a night of music from around the world.

July 19: Amy Helm (with Laney Lou & The Bird Dogs)

Helm’s musical roots run deep, from her father Levon Helm (who was a member of The Band) to performing with the alt-country collective Ollabelle.

July 26: MarchFourth (with Rock Creek)

This collection of brassy funk, rock and Jazz combined with acrobats tours the country year-round, and will make another stop in the Teton Valley for a unique show.

Aug. 2: Club of Cowtown (with Allan Morton Trio)

Let the dancing begin with Austin, Texas-based Club of Cowtown’s old-fashioned Western swing music.

Aug. 9: Jamie McLean Band (with Teton Valley Traveling All-Stars)

The Jamie McLean Band closes out another summer of fun with guitar riffs featuring music from Delta blues, New Orleans soul, Americana, and New York City swagger.

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