Many great musicians are coming to Boise to lift spirits and rock out

These are the five best concerts coming to Boise


Sean Asay

Students can attend these concerts at the Revolution Concert House and Event Center in Garden City.

Laura Ford, Media

Many exciting artists are coming to perform for Boise in the following months. Here are the five best up and coming concerts to look forward to.  

Old Dominion 

Old Dominion is an American country band formed in Nashville, Tennessee. At the top of the country’s charts, this band is a fine line between bro-country and classic soft rock. Old Dominion will be coming to Boise on Feb. 24, and stomping their boots at the ExtraMile Arena in downtown Boise.  

The Wonder Years 

The Wonder Years is an American pop-punk band formed in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. The band has six members and have released six albums. The Wonder Years will land in Idaho on March 9, at the Knitting Factory Concert House in Boise.  

Rick Ross 

Rick Ross is an American rapper, record producer and former athlete. This Grammy-nominated boss from Mississippi was brought into the limelight after his hit single “Hustlin.” Rick Ross will be performing March 25, in the arena at Ford Idaho Center in Nampa.  


Yeat is an American rapper and producer from Oregon. Though only in his early 20s, Yeat shot to fame after the release of his 2021 tracks “Sorry Bout That” and “Get Busy”. Yeat is coming to play for Idahoans on March 31, at the Revolution Concert House in Garden City.  

Sabrina Carpenter  

Sabrina Carpenter is an American singer, actress and social media star. Her music genre consists of pop/dance-pop, with songs including “On My Way” and “Sue Me.” Sabrina Carpenter will be coming to perform on April 2, at the Revolution Concert House in Garden City.