We are blessed this year to have many local bands willing to help produce one of our best events ever!
There are many ways you can utilize your talents to help advance our mission here at the God and Country Festival.
While the God and Country Festival in Nampa is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization, it can only take place with the generous help of community donors and sponsors. Please consider sponsoring this event. You'll be doing your community a service, and helping your business reach out to a loyal audience.
The God and Country Association, Inc. is a non-profit organization, and as such, donations are tax deductible. You may donate anytime to help keep the Festival alive and growing. Please make checks payable to:
The God and Country Association, Inc. PO Box 993 Nampa, ID 83653
There are many ways you can volunteer to help out the Festival, from early planning to the day of the event. You can request information about volunteering here.
Please feel free to promote the event on your business, church, ministry, or personal website and social media sites to help get the word out about the Festival!
God and Country Festival in Nampa, Idaho is organized by a volunteer-driven organization made up of Christians who are committed to strengthening the fabric of the Treasure Valley community through the Good News of Jesus Christ. We believe that Christians in America should have a natural affection for their country because it was founded on the godly ideal that liberty is derived, not as a gift of governments and politicians, but as a gift of our Creator.
We appreciate you partnering in the success of this year’s event. By paying for a booth, you are helping us fund God and Country Festival now and in the future. We also ask for your help in praying for the event and helping to raise funds from sponsors, churches, and donors.
Booth areas will be approximately 10’x10′. You will be responsible for your own booth structure (EZ Up canopy, or similar), tables, chairs, banners etc. We will contact you as the event approaches via the phone number or email address you list below, with times and details related to set up and tear down. Typical set up is between noon and 2:30 pm. You must bring stakes or some form of ballast to keep your canopy secured in case of wind.
No food or drink can be brought into the Idaho Center, except for baby food and bottles.
You can bring opened water bottles to fill in the drinking fountains if you wish.
No high-back lawn chairs, all chairs must be low backed and have legs 8" or less. No camping chairs. Blankets are subject to inspection.
Sound volume varies throughout the bowl area. We recommend finding a seat where the volume is comfortable for you and your family.
The Treasure Valley God and Country festival is once again happy to provide American Sign Language interpreters.