SEE YOU IN THE SAWTOOTHS!
Live Music - Family Fun - The Mountains
EXPIRES: December 31, 2023
SAWTOOTH VALLEY GATHERING
Live Music • Family Fun • Scenic Sawtooths
See You In The Sawtooths!
A musical festival on top of the world. The Sawtooth Valley Gathering attracts a wide demographic: middle-aged hippies, college dudes drinking cans of beer, steampunks, and others too eclectic to classify. The fashion choices were almost as captivating as the music: fanny packs, overalls, grown men dressed as cowboys, bandanas, sequin capes, bumble bee costumes, ironic mustaches covered in glitter, babies wearing bucket hats and tie-dye. It’s four nights of live music, friends and family fun & camping in the scenic Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho!
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
SAWTOOTH VALLEY GATHERING 2023
The 8th annual Sawtooth Valley Gathering returns to Stanley, Idaho on June 22-25, 2023.
2023 LINE UP
Click on the links below for more information:
Jimmy James (Artist-At-Large)
Anna Moss, Steve Poltz, & Danial Rodrigez
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
While supplies last or until the end of the sale (@ 11:59 PM). NOTE: Each price level is available in limited quantities. Once the first price level is sold out, tickets will continue to be sold at the next price level, while supplies last.
*Processing fee, ticket service fee and sales tax will be added at check-out.
$1 from every pre-sale weekend pass will be donated to: Sawtooth Search & Rescue (SAWSAR), Stanley School Parents Association, and Sawtooth Valley Rural Fire Department.
Fees include 2.5% City of Stanley Option Tax.
The “Festival Pass” is good for one (1) person to attend all four (4) days of the festival.
For ages 17 and over. Teen Passes (ages 13-16) available for purchase.
12 and under FREE.
Camping NOT included.
Late night shows at Mountain Village Resort’s Velvet Falls Dance Hall and Kasino Club are NOT included.
Parking NOT included. Paid parking available upon arrival, cash only.
Pass valid at Mountain Village Resort beginning:
Thursday, 11am – 11pm
Sunday, 10am – 10pm
— AND —
Pass valid @ Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park beginning:
Friday, 10am – 12am
Saturday, 10am – 12am
2017 Sawtooth Valley Gathering
Here’s a flashback from 6 years ago!
(Day 2 Recap Video) (July 29, 2017)
The 2017 Sawtooth Valley Gathering (Day 2 Recap Video) was filmed and edited by Northwest Motion Pictures. The lineup on July 29th, 2017 included: The Brothers Comatose // Dead Winter Carpenters // Three on The Tree with Scott Law, Greg Loiacono, & Brian Rashap // Brad Parsons Band // Jonathan Warren & The Billy Goats // Sheep Bridge Jumpers // Voice Of Reason // Pause For The Cause // Tylor & The Train Robbers // Accidental HitchHikers // Boot Juice / Steph Sloan // Allie Kral // Holus Bolus // Hurdy Gurdy Girls
Song Credit: The Brothers Comatose “The Van Song”
BOX OFFICE @ MOUNTAIN VILLAGE RESORT
The Box Office for the 2022 Sawtooth Valley Gathering will be located at the Mountain Village Resort in Stanley, Idaho. Please bring your I.D. to the counter to receive your festival wristbands and parking passes. SVG tickets will be available while supplies last. Attendees must have all of their credentials before using the Mountain Mamas Campsite, Mountain Village Family Campsite, Stanley School Parking Lot or the Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park campsite.
The Box Office will be open on:
– Thursday, from 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
– Friday, from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
– Saturday, from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
– Sunday, from 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Mountain Village Saloon – 3 Eva Falls Ave. Stanley, ID 83278
STANLEY SCHOOL PARKING LOT: A limited number of paid parking spaces will be available on-site at Stanley School Parking Lot (SSPL). SSPL is located approximately .5 miles from the Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park (SVPP) campsite. Once SSPL reaches capacity, additional parking will be available at designated off-site locations.
Parking NOT included with Festival Pass OR Tent Camping Pass.
Paid parking available upon arrival, cash only. All proceeds from parking are donated to the Stanley School Parents Association and Challis Joint School District.
No trailers, camper vans, or RVs will be admitted into SSPL.
Absolutely zero alcohol or illegal drug consumption will be tolerated on Stanley School property.
No tailgating. No campfires. No charcoal or gas powered grills.
Re-entry is subject to availability and another $10 fee.
THE SVPP CAMPSITE WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT 10 AM
Tent campers that arrive on Thursday will be able to take advantage of the “drop off” located at the mouth of the SVPP campsite to unload their gear.
Tent campers that arrive on Friday and Saturday will begin at the SSPL, where they will park, load their gear on the shuttle bus, and take the short (.5 mile) ride over to the SVPP campsite to unload and set up camp.
Tent, Vehicle, and RV campers will be able to ride the shuttle to and from Stanley School and downtown Stanley during festival hours.
All campers MUST stop at the Box Office at the Mountain Village Resort before proceeding to the campsite. SVPP & SSPL must be vacated by 12 noon.
*Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park is a very rustic campsite. Camp at your own risk!
Please help the SVG volunteers keep Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park, the Stanley School and the City of Stanley a clean and beautiful place. We encourage you to take advantage of the FREE garbage bags available at the front gate and at the medical tent area. We can use your extra help each night cleaning the concert area after the music ends. Please use both the garbage containers and the recycling containers.
See You In The Sawtooths!
SAWTOOTH VALLEY GATHERING
Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park
Email: [email protected]
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Sawtooth Valley Gathering
Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park, Airport Road, Stanley, ID, USA
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