The Sapphire Room at the Riverside Hotel in Boise is generally considered one of the swankiest performance venues in the city, and has hosted big Idaho names like Marcus Eaton, Steve Fulton, Ned Evett and more. On Wednesday, Jan. 10, the stage will get a lot less exclusive for Sapphire Open Mic Night, when performers of all sorts are invited to showcase their talents for free. Idaho artists—including musicians, poets and storytellers—can sign up for first-come-first-serve slots to perform for eight minutes (or two songs) starting at 6 p.m., with the 7 p.m. show, hosted by musician and booking agent Ryan Wissinger, to follow. A piano will be available for performers to use, but otherwise the event is BYOI (bring your own instrument), with all family friendly acts welcome. Plus, as a reward for leaving their nerves behind, each performer will score a $10 food and beverage gift card courtesy of the hotel. Reserve a seat to spectate at eventbrite.com before the big night.