Tickets On Sale: Various, Knitting Factory


Marina is not a robot.
  • Marina is not a robot.

The Knitting Factory has a truckload of cool shows coming to Boise from November through the beginning of next year. Tickets for the following shows went on sale recently, but visit the Knitting Factory website for a list of all of their upcoming concerts. (Like The Misfits, Wednesday, Nov. 10. Tickets are $19.)

Floater, Sunday, Nov. 14
While the rest of the Northwest is making "beardy, banjo music," Portland, Ore.'s Floater is still rocking the psychedelic prog-rock. Read our chat with Floater frontman Rob Wynia prior to their January show here.
Tickets are $14.

How the Grouch Stole Christmas, Wednesday, Dec. 8
Already tired of green-and-red decorations, fake pine trees and candy canes? Prepare for a hip-hop happy Christmas with The Grouch, DJ Fresh, Brother Ali, DJ Snuggles, Eligh and Los Rakas.
Tickets are $14.

Cash'd Out, Friday, Jan. 14
This Johnny Cash tribute band is a definite Boise favorite. The California-based group plays here so often, they've reached honorary Idahoans status.
Tickets are $10.

Guster, Sunday, Jan. 16
This supa fun alt-rock group has a Phish-like following and a great sense of humor.
Tickets are $20.50 advance, $22 day of show.

Gabba Gabba Heys, Friday, Jan. 21
This Ramones tribute band is not comprised of a gang of pretty boys, but then neither was the original. If you love The Ramones, this is about as close as you're going to get.
Tickets are $10.

Marina and the Diamonds, Monday, Jan. 24
While we're looking forward to all of the bands listed above, we are particularly excited about seeing Marina Diamandis, whose dancey pop is as sweet and addictive as box of chocolates.
Tickets are $10 advance, $12 day of show.