Moscow Mountain Musical Festival Saturday Features 11 Acts

Jordan Vorderbrueggen August 18, 2023
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The Annual Moscow Mountain Festival will hail its second play this weekend at the Latah County Fairgrounds. The gates will be opened at noontime, 11 o’clock with Portland’s Blitzen Trapper leading the fest. Experience the eleven (11) acts to jam the whole night by buying your tickets here

To have a great experience, please read the event details below.

  • Wrist bands are given upon entry to all festival attendees. Wristband must be at hand all the time as re-entry is allowed.
  • Festival gates will be opened from 11 o’clock in the morning to 12 o’clock in the evening.
  • The festival will be held at the Latah County Fairgrounds- 1021 Harold Ave, Moscow, ID 83843. Please observe information signs when heading to the backfield.
  • Parking fee is free and available at the venue. Also, on the surrounding streets, or in the Eastside Marketplace parking lot. For ADA, parking slots are available near the venue.
  • Food and beverage are sold and served by authorized vendors on-site. Attendees of 21 years old and above with a valid ID, beverages from Hunga Dunga will be sold on-site.
  • Small coolers of sized 18’’ by 14’’ maximum dimensions are allowed on-site. Alcoholic drinks from the outside are strictly prohibited. While water bottles are allowed, refill stations are present at the merch tent. All belongings brought are subject to security inspection.
  • Blankets, camp chairs, bean bags, and similar objects are allowed on-site. Please be considerate to other people. Do not bring your tall, large chairs at home for clear sight and experience of the acts.
  • ATMs will be available on-site when vendors require cash for payment.
  • Pet animals are not allowed in the area. However, working ADA service animals are welcome all the time.
  • The Annual Moscow Mountain Festival is open to all ages.

WSU Regents Hold Rare Special Closed-Door Meeting Friday Morning

In the wake of Pac-12’s collapse, a special closed-door executive session was conducted by the Washington State University Regents on Friday morning. It was the first meeting taken since its last meeting at the beginning of 2019. Presently, Pac-12 will be comprised of four members a year with only WSU, Oregon State, Stanford, and Cal being the members for this year. The board did not take any action  following  the  meeting  about  the  ongoing  or  possible  legal  disputes  with  the  counsel. Unexpectedly, Board Chair Lisa Schauer announced that a ten-minute public comment session will be conducted after the board’s private meeting which was not part of its initial agenda. The public gave no comments regarding the sudden changes as none of them registered to talk to the Regents. Meanwhile, Phil Weiler, the Spokesman of WSU told Pullman Radio News that he himself does not know why the ten-minute public comment session was not included in the initial agenda. 


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