Make your plans now for the 2010 God and Country Festival on Wednesday, June 30 at the Idaho Center. We are excited to have a national Mystery Artist who can’t be announced contractually until May. Let’s just say that they are experiencing nationwide success with hit songs that have made it onto the soundtracks of blockbuster movies.

We have a special theme this year: honoring our nation’s WW II Veterans!

Plus, in addition to the Mystery Artist, we can announce that national artist Meredeth Andrews will be performing at the event, as well as Treasure Valley’s own Music Minister’s Band. All of these bands and more will also be performing at this year’s free concert. The fireworks show is the largest in the Treasure Valley, and is choreographed with patriotic and inspirational music celebrating, among other things, our freedom to assemble, and our God who endowed us with those freedoms.

Schedule of events

  • 5:00 – Gates open
  • 6:00 – Entertainment starts, including Music Ministers’ Band and Meredeth Andrews.
  • 8:00 – Grand celebration, including a salute to our military and their families, presentation of the colors, national anthem, awards & more, plus our National Mystery Artist.
  • 10:20 – Fireworks show

Treasure Valley Music Ministers' Band

Treasure Valley Music Ministers

In addition to our national Mystery Artist and Meredeth Andrews, part of this year’s opening entertainment will be the Treasure Valley Music Ministers’ Band including Jesse Schuster, Scott Riggan, Gordon Knapp, Mark Thornton, Andy Hendley, and Doug Connelly.

We could use your help!

We are looking for business, church, and individual sponsors to keep this event going. The God and Country Festival is entirely volunteer-led, and is supported by donors and sponsors. Your support helps us bring great Christian music to the Treasure Valley and give much-needed publicity to the ministries that set up tables at the event free of charge.

Download a Sponsor Opportunity Pack.

Note: The Idaho Center does not allow outside food or drinks to be brought in, but plenty of food and snacks are available at the concession stands. You may bring empty water bottles and refill them at the drinking fountains. Also, no high-back chairs are allowed. Low-back beach chairs are allowed, blankets are allowed, and there are chairs and bleachers to sit on if you don’t want to bring anything.

Want to support the Festival and keep it free? Please consider buying glow-sticks and contributing at the Festival or here on the website through PayPal. Thanks for your support and prayers for the success of this event!