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FRUITION to headline Sawtooth Valley Gathering, June 22-25, 2023
Save the date and purchase early for the 8th annual SVG
SVG brings some of the best songwriters and musicians to the stage at the foot of the majestic Sawtooth Mountains creating a spirit and vibe like no other. With several venues, including three outdoor stages, late-night shows at the Mountain Village Resort’s Velvet Falls Dance Hall, and the Kasino Club, along with DJs and other performers, SVG is a one-of-a-kind experience. It’s walkable, affordable, and friendly, all in Stanley. Live music will take place Thursday, June 22, and Sunday, June 25, at Mountain Village Resort, a long-time SVG sponsor, and the Sawtooth Valley Pioneer Park, thanks to the Town of Stanley, on Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24. On-site and off-site camping will be available, from Wednesday, June 21, through Monday, June 26.
Festival goers must have a Sawtooth Valley Gathering festival pass to camp at any of the Sawtooth Valley Gathering designated campsites. Camping and late-night tickets are sold separately from festival passes.
SVG is lining up all of its 2023 festival partners and vendors for its on-site and in-Stanley beverage, food, arts and crafts vendors, workshops, and much more to create the authentic and celebrated Sawtooth Valley Gathering experience many anticipate and enjoy every summer.
Since the inception of the Sawtooth Valley Gathering, giving back to the Sawtooth Valley community and others to support the endeavor has been part of the Festival’s mission. For every festival, single, two-day, and three-day pass purchased, $1 is donated to nonprofits, including the Stanley School Parents Association, the Stanley Sawtooth Rural Fire Department, Sawtooth Search & Rescue, and the Salmon River Clinic.
Visit sawtoothvalleygathering.com and follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay tuned for the 2023 lineup to roll out soon. See you in the Sawtooths!
About Sawtooth Valley Gathering
Stanley, Idaho is the gateway to the Sawtooth Mountains and an abundance of outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, rafting, fishing, and exploring the world famous Redfish Lake. Throw in an eclectic mix of live music, a plethora of camping options, local and regional vendors, workshops, and a like-minded crowd of music-loving folks and you have the Sawtooth Valley Gathering. https://sawtoothvalleygathering.com/