Reggae in the Mountains~July 10th



KETCHUM, IDAHO—Save the Date for Rock ‘n’ Reggae on Thursday, July 10, 4-10 p.m. in Ketchum Town Square. Celebrating seven years as part of Reggae in the Mountains presented by Mountain Niceness Productions, Rock ‘n’ Reggae is part of the only reggae festival in Idaho.

Rock ‘n’ Reggae will begin at 4 p.m. opening with Matt Cifrese followed by the Paul Tillotson Trio and The Sheep Bridge Jumpers with Don Carlos headlining the festival. Valley entertainers Matt Cifrese, the Paul Tillotson Trio and The Sheep Bridge Jumpers join Don Carlos for an evening of folk, jazz, rock and reggae.

Rock ‘n’ Reggae is also pleased to announce KECH/KSKI radio stations as the official stage sponsor for the event. More than 800 people attend Mountain Niceness Production concerts, which have occurred twice year for the past seven years to celebrate world cultures united through reggae and other live music genres.

Pre-sale tickets are available for purchase to avoid the long lines. Tickets are $20 until July 9 and $25 day of show. Kids under 10 are free. Rock ‘n’ Reggae will also offer group rate tickets at a special pre-sale discount.

VIP, “Very Irie People,” tickets are $100 with access the Rock ‘n’ Reggae VIP sponsor’s tent with VIP parking, chic décor, no host bar, food, servers, swag and shade. To win a VIP, “Very Irie People,” pass, tag yourself in the picture on the Mountain Niceness Productions Facebook page and don’t forget to RSVP while browsing through Mountain Niceness Productions Facebook page to win great gear.

Tickets are available at Atkinsons’ markets in Ketchum and Hailey and Johnny G’s Subshack, the lululemon Sun Valley showroom and Peaks & Perks in Stanley.

To purchase tickets online, visit: For updates, visit and follow Reggae in the Mountains on Facebook at Mountain Niceness Productions. Proceeds from the bar sales will benefit the Idaho Social Learning Center’s scholarship fund. For press inquires, images and sponsorship opportunities, email Sabina Dana Plasse at

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