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September 30, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Join us for a full afternoon of live music, tasty food, delicious drinks, and a great crowd of people gathered to benefit a worthy cause 🎵🍻🐾❤️

We’re having a party that’s worth writing home about at the Burnt Ridge Bed and Breakfast in Troy! Enjoy live music from some talented local artists like The Ice Cream Band, Solid Ghost, and Mother Yeti while enjoying everything else the evening has to offer.

The Battleground Food Truck will be dishing out drool-worthy food, and Hunga Dunga & Moscow Brewing Company will be on-site to assist with any of your tasty beverage needs. If you’re a fall fanatic, there will also be hayrides and a fun costume contest to get you in the festive mood heading into October. The fun begins at 4:00pm and goes on all night, so sit back, relax, grab some food and a tasty brew, and watch the sun go down while enjoying this beautiful place we get to live.

For entrance, there is a $20 cover charge that can be paid with cash, check, or card. Item donations are welcome, and very appreciated at the shelter! After expenses are considered, HSoP will receive all proceeds from Rocktoberfest.

Well-behaved and leashed dogs are welcome to attend the event with their people! We kindly ask that you pick up any messes your pup may make. 🐶

If you love animals, live music, tasty food, the beautiful outdoors, or even just getting to know your neighbors, then this event is for you! Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. You won’t want to miss this!

Overnight camping is available at no extra charge on the Burnt Ridge Bed and Breakfast property. For questions about overnight camping, please contact Burnt Ridge Bed and Breakfast.


September 30, 2023
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Humane Society of the Palouse
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Burnt Ridge Bed and Breakfast
1070 Burnt Ridge Rd
Troy, ID 83871 United States
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(208) 596-5674
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