If you call Gordy Schroeder on his cell phone, you’ll hear the rough voice of Willie Nelson striding up and down the chords of “Highwayman.” Ringback tones are few and far between these days, but it’s fitting that the founder of the Hwy 30 Music Fest keeps his intact.
Gordy’s Hwy 30 Music Fest is a three-day, family-friendly music festival held at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds every summer. It features a little bit of red dirt, a little bit of country and a little bit of rock and roll.
“It’s almost like a giant family reunion,” said Gordy. “We get people who come from all over the world to see the shows. Our furthest travelers last year come from Holland.”
Gordy and his wife, Megan, ensure there is truly something for every fan. From bounce houses to climbing walls, beer gardens to food trucks, and cornhole tournaments to cookoffs, kids and adults of all ages can find an activity to pass the time between the performances of their favorite artists. But these fans don’t just show up, party and leave. They treat Hwy 30 like their own home.
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