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STORY BY KAREN BOSSICK

PHOTO BY WILL CALDWELL

The Heaters—the Wood River Valley’s longest-playing classic rock and dance party band—will close out the free Ketch’em Alive concert season on Tuesday.

The Heaters will perform from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Ketchum’s Forest Service Park, First and Washington streets.

The concert closes out Ketch’em Alive’s 20th year, noted organizer Will Caldwell. And that means it’s your last opportunity to get the 20-year commemorative Ketch’em Alive poster. The $10 price goes to support the concert.

“When you stop to think about it, we started in the last century—in the year 1999,” he said.

The concert series has been sponsored by the City of Ketchum, plus a long list of businesses and individuals. Picnics are welcome; there is also food and drink for sale on Washington Street.

 

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