1) Summer Concerts
Mark your calendars because several artists are coming to Boise this summer! Artists including Dierks Bentley, The Avett Brothers, Shakey Graves, and even JoJo Siwa will be playing at a variety of venues throughout the Treasure Valley. Get ready to sing your heart out. We know we’ve been missing live music for a while.
2) Boise Hawks Baseball Games
Slip on a ball cap and chow down on a hot dog, it’s time to watch America’s favorite pastime. The Boise Hawks are back in action at Memorial Stadium located in Garden City. Check out The Boise Hawks schedule to see which games work for you. Single-game tickets are available and the ballpark has fun theme nights that everyone can enjoy!
3) The Boise Farmers Market
The Boise Farmers Market is back. Beat the heat and check out some amazing local food and produce. The location changed to1500 Shoreline Drive. Happening every Saturday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. through October.
4) Boise State Athletics Camps
Boise State Athletic Director Jeremiah Dickey announced that Albertsons Stadium plans to hold full capacity for the 2021 football season. Along with this announcement came Boise State football camps. Happening June 7-9 and June 16-18, campers from around the state and country can come to learn from Boise State coaches and players all while getting an opportunity to play on The Blue.
5) Idaho Shakespeare Festival
The Idaho Shakespeare Festival is hosting plays and live music this summer. Running from mid-July through September, the festival will host Sleuth, The Tempest, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged). See all that’s new with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival in this video.
5 1/2) The Western Idaho Fair
It’s time to party like it’s 2019 because the Western Idaho Fair will be back this summer August 20-29. From petting zoos to rides and even live music, this year’s fair will have it all! Just make sure not to mess with the goats.