Exploring Boise’s Concert Calendar: Here is an Insight into Upcoming Performances

Concert season is always the best in summer. Summer of 2024 has artists Mt. Joy, Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Wallows, Irations, Pepper and more.
Concert season is always the best in summer. Summer of 2024 has artists Mt. Joy, Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Wallows, Irations, Pepper and more.
Izzy Rios

As the days grow longer and the weather warms, Boise’s music scene is heating up with an exciting lineup of concerts that promise to delight music lovers of all tastes. From country songwriters to indie darlings, here’s a rundown of the sensational array of performances awaiting eager audiences.  

April 25 – Cody Johnson at ExtraMile Arena: Kicking off the concert series, country sensation Cody Johnson took the stage at the ExtraMile Arena. Known for his authentic sound and heartfelt lyrics, Johnson’s performance had the audience tapping their boots and singing along to his hits. 

May 8 and 9 – Peach Pit at the Knitting Factory: The Canadian indie-rock band Peach Pit will be making their way to the Knitting Factory stage in Boise, Idaho for two nights. Of laid-back vibes. With their catchy melodies and witty lyrics, Peach Pit promises a good time for concert lovers. 

July 11 – Megan Moroney opening for Kenny Chesney at Ford Idaho Center: Rising star Megan Moroney will set the stage for country icon Kenny Chesney at the Ford Idaho Center. With her powerhouse vocals and heartfelt songs, Moroney is sure to leave a lasting impression on the audience before Chesney takes them on a musical ride with his much-loved country classics. 

July 25- Chris Stapleton at Ford Idaho Center: Grammy Award-winning artist Chris Stapleton brings his soulful blend of country and blues to the stage at the Ford Idaho Center on July 25.  Stapleton’s performance guarantees an unforgettable night under the Idaho stars.  

August 2 – Luke Bryan at Ford Idaho Center: Country superstar Luke Bryan will bring his chart-topping hits and irresistible charm to the Ford Idaho Center. Get ready for a night of boot-stomping fun and feel-good vibes as Bryan delivers an unforgettable performance. 

August 9 – Wallows at Treefort Music Hall: Indie-pop trio Wallows takes center stage at the Treefort Music Hall, offering a high-energy performance filled with infectious beats and catchy songs. Get ready to dance the night away to their irresistible energy. 

August 15 – Parker McCollum at Ford Idaho Center, Mt. Joy at Boise Botanical Gardens: Country singer Parker McCollum brings his Texas charm and heartfelt lyrics to the Ford Idaho Center for a night of music that will tug at your heartstrings and leave people wanting more. At the same time, indie-folk band Mt. Joy will serenade the crowd amidst the serene beauty of the Boise Botanical Gardens, offering a tranquil yet captivating performance. 

August 20 – Alex G at the Knitting Factory: Indie artist Alex G will take the stage at the Knitting Factory for a night of introspective music. With his emotive songwriting and haunting melodies, Alex G promises a deeply moving performance. 

August 21 – Shakey Graves opening for Tyler Childers at Ford Idaho Center: Prepare to be enthralled as Shakey Graves sets the stage for Tyler Childers at the Ford Idaho Center. With their raw energy and folk-infused tunes, Shakey Graves is sure to captivate the audience before Childers reels them in with his soul-touching folk songwriting.  

August 28 – Jelly Roll at Ford Idaho Center: Not even a week later, Jelly Roll brings his unique blend of hip-hop and country to the Ford Idaho Center for a high-octane performance that will have the crowd on their feet. Get ready for a night of surprising beats and powerful lyrics. 

September 3 – Hozier at Ford Idaho Center: Irish singer-songwriter Hozier graces the stage at the Ford Idaho Center for an evening of soul-stirring melodies and impassioned vocals. With his rich baritone and poetic lyrics, Hozier’s concert is not to be missed. 

With such an impressive lineup of artists and venues, Boise’s music scene is poised to make this summer one to remember. Whether one is a fan of country, folk or anything in between, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Save the date, grab loved ones and get ready to experience the magic of live music right here in Boise.

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