Concert ticket sale, Boise? Idaho Center, Revolution Center

If you’re looking for an excuse to hit a concert with friends, it’s here.

Tickets to 19 shows in the Boise area went on sale Tuesday morning — some at a drastic discount. They range from outdoor amphitheater shows to club gigs. And everything is priced at $20 per ticket. All in, no fees.

But, yes, there is a catch.

Individual tickets aren’t available. To get the $20 deal, you have to buy four tickets to the same show. For a grand total of $80.

Still, this “Summer’s Live” promotion is a killer opportunity. You’re saving 50%, 60% and more.

For example, the $uicideboy$ Gray Day Tour coming to the Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater on Aug. 18? Normally, a ticket costs $50 plus $12.50 in fees. That’s a total of $62.50. Paying $20 per ticket is a 68% discount.

Some of these shows also were part of the “Concert Week” sale in May. Those tickets were sold individually, but they were more expensive at $25.

The $80 four-pack offer ends at 11:59 pm Aug. 9. Ticket quantities are limited.

Purchases are available from for shows at the Ford Idaho Center Arena and Amphitheater in Nampa, and from for gigs at the Revolution Concert House and Event Center in Garden City.

Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater

Dispatch, OAR and G. Love on July 28

$uicideBoy$ Gray Day Tour on Aug. 18

Fitz and the Tantrums and Andy Grammer on Aug. 20

XFest Rockzilla Tour: Papa Roach and Falling in Reverse on Aug. 21

Korn and Evanescence on Sept. 10

Flogging Molly with The Interrupters on Sept. 14

LANY with Surfaces on Sept. 20

Odesza on Sept. 27

Rufus Du Sol on Sept. 30

The Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater has become the Treasure Valley’s preferred outdoor destination for heavy metal concerts. Pictured: Korn performing in 2017. Mike Miller AM Idaho

Ford Idaho Center Arena

Backstreet Boys on Aug. 19

Thomas Rhett on Oct. 6

Bill Burr on Dec. 8

Revolution Concert House

Jo Dee Messina on Aug. 5

Daughter on Aug. 9

Kevin Gates on Sept. 1

Silverstein on Sept. 2

Mother on Sept. 29

In This Moment on Oct. 7

I Prevail on Nov. 1

An entertainment reporter and columnist, Michael Deeds chronicles the Boise good life: restaurants, concerts, culture, cool stuff. Deeds materialized at the Idaho Statesman as an intern in 1991 before taking on roles including sportswriter, features editor and music critic. Over the years, his freelance work has ranged from writing album reviews for The Washington Post to hyping Boise in that airline magazine you left on the plane. Deeds has a bachelor’s degree in news-editorial journalism from the University of Nebraska.


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