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Sun Valley Harvest Festival September 18 - 21, 2014

The Sun Valley Harvest Festival, voted one of the top fall festivals in America by Fodor’s, is four days of foodie events and outdoor experiences like no other. It’s a chance to enjoy the fruits of our local and regional “slow foods” brought to you in farm-to- table style by passionate, celebrated chefs who artfully prepare it. It’s Foodie Heaven.

The fifth annual Sun Valley Harvest Festival, presented by Peterson Auto Group of Boise, is back and better than ever this September in beautiful and iconic Sun Valley, Idaho. This year, we are excited to announce new additions to our event lineup that bring our vision of promoting, sourcing, and eating sustainable foods into focus. We are proud to introduce our highly anticipated Foodie Adventures, two new wine tastings at beautiful local venues, a Speakeasy-themed after-party in downtown Ketchum, as well as our first Hailey event, Swine, Wine & Dine.

For a complete list of events and to purchase tickets please go to

Trailing of the Sheep Festival October 9 - 12, 2014

Every year, the popular Trailing of the Sheep Festival celebrates the century and a half long tradition of moving sheep from mountain
summer pastures south through the Wood River Valley to traditional winter grazing and lambing areas. This annual migration is Idaho living history and a weekend long festival that highlights the people, cultures, and traditions of sheep ranching in Idaho and the west.  This is not a reenactment, but an authentic slice of the American west.

2014 marks the 18th year of the annual Trailing of the Sheep Festival.  It has grown into a 4-day event including sheep storytelling and readings, music, a full day Folk-life Fair with sheep shearing, wool spinning and sheep arts and crafts, and the National Point Qualifying Sheepdog Trials.  There is dancing, singing, music and food honoring the tradition of welcoming fathers, brothers, sons, animals and family home from a long summer of grazing in the mountains.  This Festival honors the colorful history, heritage and cultures of Idaho and the west.

Sun Valley Jazz Jamboree October 15-19, 2014

For over two decades , the Sun Valley Jazz Jamboree continues to delight festival goers from all fifty United States, every Canadian province, and dozens of foreign countries. Live music performed by 180 musicians in 260 concerts over a five day period.

The third weekend in October each year, the annual Sun Valley Jazz Jamboree celebrates a history of jazz music. Each year between five and six thousand jazz connoisseurs from each of the fifty states and several foreign countries attend the event.

Jazz festival tickets are available online or by phone 877-478-5277. The event will host guests and musical groups  from around the nation, Canada, and Europe.  Groups will perform in the scenic, prestigious Sun Valley Resort.

Sun Valley Gallery Association Gallery Walks 

5:00pm - 8:00pm
Locals and visitors alike are welcome to take in thought-provoking exhibitions of newly installed art, enjoy wine, mingle with friends and often meet with featured artists during the ever-popular gallery walks.

Participating galleries:

Broschofsky Gallery, Frederic Boloix Fine Art, Friesen Gallery, Gail Severn Gallery, Gallery DeNovo, Gilman Contemporary, Harvey Art Projects USA, Kneeland Gallery, Wood River Fine Arts and the Sun Valley Center for the Arts.


October 10, Friday
November 28, Friday
December 27, Saturday

                        Sun Valley Gallery Walk

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