The Twin Falls Western Days event is the real kickoff to summer in the Magic Valley. When Western Days happens you know that school is out and people are ready to get outdoors for family fun.

Western Days this year will be the weekend of June 2nd through the 4th. The majority of the events happen at Twin Falls City Park, but there are other activities to attend around the city.

Western Days in Twin Falls

In 2023, the city will be celebrating the 40th Western Days event. Fun activities are planned for all who attend including the always amazing parade, car show, live music, food, and bounce houses.

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The Western Days Parade will happen Saturday morning, June 3rd at 9. The parade will begin at the Falls and Blue Lakes intersection and travel down through the Addison 5 points on Shoshone to the Twin Falls City Park. For those interested in being in the parade and decorating a car or float, the application is online.

The Western Days event is going to be loaded with food and fun. Bounce Houses will be abundant, with 15 of them set up for kids to play on. A full-day play pass is $22. The food trucks will also be abundant and include Big Fatty’s BBQ, Antico Pizza, Hot Dogs, Miller’s Elephant Ears, mini donuts, ice cream, and drinks.

Live music is scheduled for all three days starting at 5:45 on Friday, 1:45 on Saturday, and 12:15 on Sunday.

The 5th annual Car Show will also be at the City Park on June 3rd and 4th, hosted by Nocturnal Dreams.

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There’s a countdown clock on the Twin Falls Western Days website if you’re really excited and want to watch it countdown.

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