CDA Arts and Culture Alliance and KC Dems: Concert in Riverstone–Cancelled


The Kootenai County Democrats are excited to sponsor another evening of live music at Riverstone as part of the CDA Arts and Culture Alliance Summer Concert Series. The headliner is Nu-Jack City. Music starts at 6 PM.  Attendees must practice physical distancing throughout the evening. Dem candidates from Districts 3 and 4 will be present to talk to voters.

About the Musical Line Up

The opening act is Brady Campbell. Originally from Wenatchee. His unique vocal texture and folky swagger mingle with his grit and guitar. He performs covers from the Lumineers to Ray Lamontagne.

The featured ensemble is Nu Jack City. Max Daniels is the founder and leader of the band. He is dedicated to keeping the Motown sound alive in the Inland Northwest. NJC combines high-caliber musicianship, wide-ranging musical genre eclecticism, and ’70s multicultural spiritualism. In other words, they play Motown, Soul and Funk.

About the 2020 Riverstone Summer Concert Series

This year more than ever, the CDA Arts & Culture Alliance decided this concert series was vital to our mental health. We have worked hard to bring you another exciting line up of entertainment featuring local and regional headlining performers, and our local up-and-coming opening musicians. See the Summer Concert Schedule.

We are fortunate to offer our concerts at this beautiful outdoor amphitheater in Riverstone Park. Navigating in strange waters as is everyone, it is our goal to ensure our performers safety as well as all of you who attend.

Therefore, we are recommending that we all follow the state of Idaho’s guidelines:

  • If you are sick, please stay home
  • Groups should maintain a healthy distance from each other
  • Face coverings are recommended
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Cover coughs and sneezes

For more information, visit the State of Idaho COVID-19 guidelines at

Food and Drink

We are pleased to offer beer and wine for sale, and Scraps BBQ food truck is on hand this year with a nice selection of food offerings. All food, beer and wine sales profits go the CDA Arts & Culture Alliance.

You are welcome to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages.

Riverstone Park Alcohol Policy

The City permit supports vendor sales only. NO private alcohol allowed. Thank you for your compliance.

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