Rock the Shot

Great Garden Escape
Great Garden Escape at the Idaho Botanical Garden. Come by for some entertainment and ROCK THE SHOT!

Injury Care EMS “Rocks the Shot” with FREE Covid-19 Vaccinations

Join us as we kick off summer with a ‘Rock The Shot’ COVID-19 vaccination event at the Idaho Botanical Garden.

Beginning June 24, ICEMS is conducting a series of more than 10 Rock the Shot COVID-19 vaccination events at the Botanical Garden. With paid admission, visitors can listen to live music at a Great Garden Escape or Live on the Lawn concert and get a first dose of their Covid vaccination — for freeClick here to see a calendar of events.

According to the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), only one-third of the population in Idaho has been vaccinated, while more than 50% of Americans have been immunized. Idaho is one of the states with the lowest vaccination rates in the country.

“We need to push forward to raise Idaho’s immunization rates and we are thankful to have this grant to help us go into ‘overdrive’ to achieve these goals,” says Dr. Richard Radnovich, Owner and Medical Director, ICEMS. “The sooner people get vaccinated, the safer they will be from a possible new variant or a resurgence of COVID-19. Plus, we will all be able to return to live concerts, like these, without restrictions much more quickly.”

ICEMS is offering the Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccines at the ‘Rock the Shot’ events. Boise State University will offer second doses of the vaccine at its walk-in clinic.

ICEMS is also conducting a variety of clinics at other locations throughout the summer.

For details about the ‘Great Garden Escape’ events at Idaho Botanical Garden visit the Botanical Garden website .

For details about the ‘Live on the Lawn’ events at Idaho Botanical Garden, visit Duck Club’s website.

Rock the Shot Calendar of Events

July 2021

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
  • Iron wood social/ BAND:Wend
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: Eilen Jewell
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  • ARBOR VALLEY OF CASCADIA CLINC
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  • ELEVATE ACADEMY CLINC/NON CONCERT-1PM -3PM
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: Grateful
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  • Iron wood social/ BAND: VOICE OF REASON
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: BUILT TO SPILL
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: Hillfolk Noir
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  • Botanic Gardens/BAND: Damien Jurado w/ Nick Delffs
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  • Iron wood social/ BAND:

Vaccination Freebies & Benefits

Here are some freebies you can get with your Vaccination Card (some are for a limited time).  Click each to expand for more information.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

Free original glazed doughnut to customers who show their vaccine cards. You can get a free doughnut every day through the rest of 2021!

Anheuser-Busch

If 70% of Americans have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine by July 4th, all adults aged 21 and older are eligible for a free beer after they upload a photo of themselves in their “favorite place to grab a beer” to MyCooler.com/beer. Applicants will be given a $5 virtual gift card for an Anheuser-Busch product.

Office Depot, OfficeMax and Staples

Through July 25, you can bring your vaccination card to your local StaplesOfficeMax or Office Depot to get it laminated for free. But be aware that some experts say you shouldn’t laminate your vaccination card, because if you do, more information can’t be added to it, including a second dose date for the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or any booster shots you may need down the line.

United Airlines

The UA Your Shot to Fly program is giving the airline’s MileagePlus members a chance to win free flights for a year, or a free roundtrip flight. To be eligible, you must be a MileagePlus member and upload your vaccination card to your account by June 22. Five grand prize winners will win free flights for a year, and 30 winners will win a roundtrip flight for two.

How to find other perks in your area

Plenty of other businesses, including local sports teams, are offering incentives to get vaccinated. The best way to find them is to keep tuned in to your local news. Both TV news and newspapers will inform you of what perks you can find in your area. You can also scout places on Facebook, especially if you live in an area that has its own Facebook community for happenings like this.