Bands Tune Up at Idaho-Down 

Runs through Saturday, July 27

Top three reasons to attend the Idaho-Down Music Festival are No. 1: "no drum circles," No. 2: free camping, No. 3: kick-ass bands (Holy Ghost Tent Revival and Real Life Rockaz).

Deep in the Payette National Forest, Brundage Mountain Resort opens its doors for the annual weekend festival, inviting outdoors- and music-lovers alike to soak up the sounds of musicians from across the region, including Miller Creek, StoneSeed, Stonefed and the Sloppy Hogg Trio, among others.

In 2009, Boise's own Equaleyes decided it loved outdoor summer music festivals so much it wanted to start its own. Now in its fifth year at Brundage - a mere 20 minutes from the center of McCall - Idaho-Down kicks off a weekend of music at 3 p.m. Friday, July 26, and doesn't let up until well past the midnight hour. Festivities begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 27, and keep going throughout the day and into the night.

As a safety precaution, Idaho-Down asks patrons to leave the fireworks and charcoal grills at home. And don't worry about hotel accommodations - Idaho-Down offers on-site camping in the ticket price, so festival-goers can pitch a tent or stretch out under the stars.

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