Idaho Gem sparkles this summer
Singer/songwriter Josh Ritter will play two shows in Boise this July at the Egyptian Theatre.
On Tuesday, July 14, Blind Pilot opens for Ritter and his full band, and on Wednesday, July 15, Tift Merritt opens the show and Ritter then performs with members of Boise Philharmonic. Both performances begin at 8 p.m.
Tickets are now available via presale at brownpapertickets.com or by visiting musicfromstanley.com. They go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 28, and are available at Record Exchange, Boise Co-op and the Egyptian Theatre; or call 208-387-1273 or order online at joshritter.com or musicfromstanley.com. Tickets are $24 advance or $26 day of show. A special two-night ticket is $40 and includes preferred seating, a limited-edition poster and download code for new Josh Ritter tracks.
No Tix at RX
The Record Exchange sent out a couple of messages via Twitter last week to let their followers know that they are not selling tickets for this year's Outlaw Field Concert Series at Idaho Botanical Garden, which includes performances by Reckless Kelly, the Indigo Girls, Bonnie Raitt, Taj Mahal and Lyle Lovett. And it may be a moot point soon anyway, since tickets were offered to IBG members first and are likely to sell out quick.
For ticket information, call 866-468-7624, visit ticketweb.com or call Idaho Botanical Garden at 208-343-8649.