Outdoor Concerts

The Mountain Village Resort’s Outdoor Stage has been recognized as one of the best Live Music venues in all of Idaho – and we’re super excited for another season of great performances in the Heart of the Sawtooths! Check out the schedule of Outdoor Concerts below and get your tickets today.


Shane Smith & The Saints

Opening Act Kimberly Dunn and John Baumann

6/23 at 5:30pm, Gates Open at 4:30pm

Tickets: $15 (Ages 13-17: $10, Ages 12-Under: FREE)     GET TICKETS NOW

We’re excited to welcome back Shane Smith & The Saints! They’re well-known across the USA for a blend of folk, rock, and country that shines on an aggressive, rootsy style of Americana music.This unique sound combination has endeared them to classic rockers, new school hipsters, leather-clad bikers, and roughneck westerners alike. You definitely don’t want to miss this awesome show!

Based in San Antonio, Texas, Kimberly Dunn is an excellent country star who has become widely known for her beautiful vocals and entertaining stage presence. She’s been thrilling crowds across the country with her own blend of fun and musical talent, and we’re thrilled to have her with us again in the Sawtooths.

Hard-working, creative, and possessed of admirable humility and good humor, John Baumann likely would have seen success in whatever field he chose to ply his talents.  Fortunately for listeners who love country music graced with a literary eye for detail and poetic charm, he made the bold choice to try his hand at singing and songwriting. 


Rust On The Rails

and Curtis Grimes

7/ 1at 7:00pm, Gates Open at 6:00pm

Tickets: $15 (Ages 13-17: $10, Ages 12-Under: FREE)     GET TICKETS NOW

Curtis Grimes brings out the sounds of Texas through songs that take you right through the heart of classic country music. You may recognize him from his appearance on NBC’s “The Voice”, where he was coached by Ceelo Green and finished in the Top 10 performers. Don’t miss this great performer as he takes the stage in Stanley.

Rust on the Rails is a progressive, acoustic-flavored Americana rock band making a big name for themselves in Northwestern USA. Born out of Seattle, this excellent group of musicians has a unique and gritty sound that has helped them stand out among their contemporaries. They knocked our socks off last summer, and we’re excited to have them back.


The Black Lillies

7/14 at 7:00pm, Gates Open at 6:00pm

7/15 at 7:00pm, Gates Open at 6:00pm

Tickets: $15 (Ages 13-17: $10, Ages 12-Under: FREE)     GET TICKETS NOW

Using inspiration from rock, country, blues, bluegrass, and more, the Black Lillies have grown to become a highly sought after presence in the Americana music scene. Since their humble beginning in 2009, they’ve won fans and critical acclaim across the country with colorful, melodic lyrics and a soulful sound that is uniquely theirs. We’re so excited to host them for two nights during one of the most beautiful times of year in Sawtooth Country.


Saloon Concerts

The Mountain Village Saloon has a fantastic concert schedule for Summer 2017, packed with excellent performances every Friday and Saturday night. Join us for excellent drinks and rowdy good times in one of Idaho’s favorite bars!


Manzy Lowry

5/12 at 8:00pm

Well-recognized in the Texas music scene, Manzy Lowry carries on the outlaw tradition with a country soul that is felt through his heartfelt, original ballads and vivid, story-telling lyrics.


Curtis Sutton Band

5/20 & 5/21 at 9:00pm

Like many of our performers, this skillful band is based in Boise, Idaho and they’ve developed quite a following. Using exceptional songwriting skills and rowdy energy, they’ve developed a rare form of Americana folk and blues that’s only found in Idaho.


Curtis Sutton & Country Lips

5/21 at 8:00pm

Driven by strong, country guitar, Country Lips brings a hearty sound to the western, progressive country scene. These guys stay far from pop country by sharpening a raw edge to their songs and maintaining a connection to the pool hall country tunes of the past. Grab a beer and enjoy!


Emily Stanton Band

5/26  & 5/27 at 10:30pm

Boise’s own, Emily Stanton, is well-known for her soulful, bluesy R&B vocals. Her talent for composing deep sounds and poetic lyrics has helped her build a great following of dedicated fans in the local music scene and beyond. We’re always excited to have her in Stanley – and she never fails to impress.


Andrew Sheppard

6/2 & 6/3 at 10:30pm

This Ketchum-based, former frontman of the Gypsy River Haunts has shifted attention to solo performances of soulful, outlaw country rock. His deep lyrics and heartfelt style will leave you wanting more – and we’re always happy to welcome him to the Saloon stage.


Nothing But Heros

6/9 & 6/10 at 10:30pm

is a Twin Falls based rock group with original music that displays hints of soul, pop, blues, and psychedelia. This is a show that’s sure to blend a few styles for everyone to enjoy.


Folk Family Revival

6/16 & 6/17 at 10:30pm

Armed with a sound that mixes the rootsy stomp of the Southern states with the trippy swoon of the West Coast, Folk Family Revival make music for rock clubs and rodeos, dive bars and honky-tonks, or campfires and cantinas.



6/23 & 6/24 at 10:30pm

This talented duo unites deep-rooted mountain country sounds with soulful rock and a dash of punkabilly flavoring to create their very own incredible sound. Their renditions of classics will add a whole new meaning to foot-stomping sassiness.


TJ Broscoff

6/30 & 7/1 at 10:30pm

With a distinct voice and a style all his own, TJ Broscoff has developed a wide following in the Texas music scene. The stage is the place where this talented guy feels best, and you can feel the power of that presence as he sweeps audiences off their feets. Come join us for the magic!


Steve Fulton & Lindsey Hunt Band

7/8 & 7/9 at 10:30pm

Steve Fulton and Lindsey Hunt will bring their blend of funky acoustic rock to the stage for a full weekend this summer. With Steve on the guitar and Lindsey on the fiddle, this Boise duo belts out some excellent melodies that will make you move.


Drew Fish Band

7/14 & 7/15 at 10:30pm

The Drew Fish Band has been blowing minds across the Texas music scene for years and we’re thrilled to bring them to Stanley for some mountain views and good times in the Saloon. Well-known for performances with Reckless Kelly, Curtis Grimes, and a host of other country talents, these excellent musicians are sure to put a smile on your face and a bounce in your step.


Dusty Rust

7/21 & 7/22 at 10:30pm

This Kansas City-based country artist has an incredible knack for the guitar, stringing together excellent riffs with his well written lyrics and melodies. He brings his love for Spaghetti Western style directly into his musical performances, which creates an awesome in-person experience.


Official Sawtooth Valley Gathering Late Night Party

with Dead Winter Carpenters

7/28 at 12:00am

The Dead Winter Carpenters have refined an Americana sound that carries the flavor of their Tahoe roots and builds upon the familiar, melodic string sounds of the American West. They’ve made their way around the country and received lots of attention since their start, in 2010, and now they’re headed to Stanley. We hope you’ll welcome them with us.


Official Sawtooth Valley Gathering Late Night Party

with Jupiter Holiday

7/29 at 12:00am

Based out of Boise, Jupiter Holiday has built a following with their captivating fusion of progressive jams and funk rock. Their skillful guitar riffs mix perfectly with a groovy, blissful beat and original lyrics for a sound that will surely get you grooving.


Sista Otis

8/4 & 8/5 at 10:30pm

Surrounded by a phenomenal backing of savvy musicians and dipping deep into her New Orleans nature, Sista Otis has become a huge force in the Rock and Roll Blues revolution. Her passionate lyrics and sounds have won lots of awards and attention.


Red Shahan

8/9 at 9pm

Red Shahan is a gritty songwriter sharing the sounds and emotions of lonely West Texas with the world. His debut album, “Men & Coyotes” received critical acclaim throughout the country scene and now he’s making his rounds through the Rocky Mountain stage scene.


Bread & Circus

8/11 & 8/12 at 10:30pm

Bread & Circus plays melodically stout, catchy yet kitschy, steep southern boogie music, with a pinch of white bread soul rolled in a metric ton of improvisational rock and roll. Their originally composed songs are played in earnest and always with honesty, jam-packed with a creative and expressive nature. These guys are hell-bent, and quite content, on making you move your feet and soothe your soul.


Innocent Man

8/18 & 8/19 at 10:30pm

This Idaho group has refined a country rock sound that utilizes a variety of instruments in harmony with driving rhythms and heartfelt melodies influenced by classic rock roots. They’ve been rocking Idaho stages for years – and we’re happy to welcome them to the Saloon stage once again.


Aaron Einhouse

8/25 & 8/26 at 10:30pm

Aaron Einhouse is an impressive storyteller who has perfected the art of adding music to his great, poetic lyrics. This talented performer has built a great reputation for thrilling crowds with excellent live performances – and we’re sure he’ll knock our socks off too!


Lounge On Fire

9/1 & 9/2 at 9:30pm

Boise’s very own, Lounge On Fire produces “steel cut, blackened and peppered, rock-hopped hip-dipped cock-eyed funk-trunked flat-on-your-back pants-off-dance-off machine!” We’re not entirely sure what that is, but it sounds incredible and we can’t wait for the fun. We hope you’ll join us for what’s sure to be an awesome weekend!


Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles

9/8 & 9/9 at 9:30pm

Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles are an American rock and roll band, releasing music since 1999. This talented group throws together a dizzying array of music styles, rooted in classic rock tradition and modern rock experimentation coupled with a penchant for stargazey jams and tender folk vibes.


Tylor & The Train Robbers

9/15 & 9/16 at 9:30pm

Combining a gritty Americana sound with a little bit of outlaw honky tonk, Tylor & The Train Robbers have made a name for themselves in Idaho’s mountain music venues. They’ve shared the stage with some of Idaho’s most powerful rockers and now they’re climbing the ranks themselves. Don’t miss this fun performance!


Andrew Sheppard

9/22 & 9/23 at 9:30pm

The outlaw country rocker will join us for another round in September. Pack some warmer clothes and prepare for an excellent weekend, it’s sure to be another set of amazing shows.


Jupiter Holiday

9/29 & 9/30 at 9:30pm

The crew from Jupiter Holiday will be back to share another weekend of exceptional musical experiences. The weather may be a bit cooler, but these guys will keep the stage hot with great sounds all weekend long.




Just $25 gets you into 2 BARS for


Pass includes entry to Mountain Village Saloon and Kasino Club

in Stanley, Idaho throughout Summer 2017.