Sunday, June 22, 2014 from 5:00-7:00pm
The Copoetics are an excellent duo of indie folk musicians, based out of South Dakota. Their special music, based upon ukulele melodies, beautiful vocals, and bassy guitar riffs, is “able to touch the hearts of people age 0 to 100.” Be sure not to miss this amazing show, which will prove to be a wonderfully intimate and entertaining night on the lawn.
Pesky Grape Seeds
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 from 6:00-8:00pm
The Pesky Grape Seeds are an excellent group of locals that has blended their love for music with their love for a good time. We’re happy to host them on the Lodge front lawn for a great night of folk tunes, old classics, and more. You’ll definitely be singing along before the end of the show, so grab a drink and forget your cares as you dance the night away with this talented group.
Dewey, Pickett, & Howe
Friday, June 27, 2014 from 6:00-8:00pm
Dewey, Pickett, & Howe’s blend of mountain bluegrass is right at home in the Sawtooth mountains which characterize the rugged heart of Idaho. This skilled group of musicians is always willing to put on a great show for guests at the Lodge. Mandolin melodies harmonize with bass, voice, and cool mountain air, to invite good times and dancing from anyone interested. We’ll see you there!
Willison Roos with Charlie Burry
Sunday, June 29, 2014 from 5:00-7:00pm
The awesome talent of duo Willison Roos is accompanied by fiddling master Charlie Burry to put on an indie folk performance which is sure to be a very memorable one. These Boise-based musicians have taken the local music scene by storm and now they’re bringing their harmonies Redfish Lake Lodge. Grab your lawn chair and make room for soft-serve ice cream to join us at the lake for this gifted group.