Wild West Yacht Party to Be Held in North Idaho on June 30

Some of Coeur d’Alene’s most terrific local DJs will kick off summer and the 4th of July weekend by taking over a yacht on 105 Northwest Blvd, North Idaho, later this month! Gear up to show your best dance moves to three hours of electronic music with two floors surrounded by the serene views of the lake and the beautiful sunset on Friday, June 30, 2023. Tickets for Wild West Yacht Party are powered by The Ticket Fairy!

“No Ego Fam! We’re back on the lake June 30th with a great line up! Our friends @mrbootsauce & @millschild are back blessing the 1’s & 2’s. We’ll also have the lovely @dj_priestess back & newcomer @ayzimofficial bringing the energy!” No Ego Nights announced on Instagram. 

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Montreal-raised Mr. Bootsauce, who has played at Lightning in a Bottle, offers house music blended with “some little flavors of funk & nu-disco.” He will be heading to this cruise party next Friday for The Wild West Yacht Party with Christi Mills and house DJ Priestess. Also catch DJ Daymaker, who is known to play private festivals, yacht parties, after-hours clubs, and sunset sets at this party. Ayzim rounds out the remarkable line-up.

Please note: Boarding begins at 6 PM. The Yacht will depart at 7 PM and return at 10 PM. You may wear wild west attire to this party. Light snacks will be sold at the cash bar.

GA Flash Sale ticket sales have ended and Early Bird tickets are SOLD OUT! General Admission Tier I, GA Tier II – Late Owl Tix, and the VIP tickets for the Wild West Yacht Party are available at The Ticket Fairy: HERE

With a VIP ticket, you get a special VIP section, a dedicated bartender, and expedited entry. 

Artists performing at this Wild West Yacht Party: Mr. Bootsauce | Christi Mills | priestess | DAYMAKER | AyZim

Find No Ego Nights on: Instagram

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