Idaho offers visitors the opportunity to join in the fun with locals for events of all kinds. Arts, entertainment, rodeos, film festivals, celebrations, and much more.
From American Falls to White Bird and every city and town in between, you'll find that Idahoans love to celebrate! Attend Okteoberfest in Boise, Jazz in the Canyon in Twin Falls, or Lumberjack Days in Orofino and get ready for fun year-round!
Whether you've got a ear for Cowboy Poetry, a taste for Soul Food, or an eye for local Gems, Idaho has events full of fun and excitement for your family.
Roll up your sleeves, tie on your apron, and get ready for a delicious Culinary Adventure in Idaho. Take lessons from world-class chefs; learn to cook with local and organic Idaho foods and beverages.
Idaho has Festivals for all types of visitors and locals, young and old. Head to the 4th of July Celebration in Harrison, or a Bluegrass Festival in Pocatello. Did you know Idaho even hosts an Annual Aviation Festival?
Idaho is quickly becoming a hot-spot for talent in the film industry. The International Film Festival in Boise features an exciting, diverse, and award-winning selection of films. Another popular film festival is SpudFest, which showcases films in three Idaho communities in August.
Come visit Idaho City to explore the mining era during Basin of Gold Days, or celebrate the life of a world-renowned writer during The Ernest Hemingway Festival in Sun Valley. Idaho is bursting at the seams with fun and educational outings for the whole family.
Keeping with it's old-west heritage, Idaho hosts dozens of rodeos throughout the season, including two of the top 20 PRCA rodeos in the nation, The Caldwell Night Rodeo and The Snake River Stampede.
Swim, Run, Bike, or Hang Glide your way through Idaho - or just come as a spectator! Either way, you're sure to get a thrill from Idaho's wide range of sporting events.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of winter in Idaho! With winter festivals and holiday light shows taking place throughout the state, it's sure to be a season full of memories for you and your family.
Heritage Days in Salmon, Idaho commemorates Sacajawea's journey and homeland with interpretive presentations and Agaidika Shoshone dancing. Other activities include a salmon feed, street fair, re-enactments and river float trips.