Monday, November 15, 2010

Tickets On Sale: Various, Knitting Factory

Posted By on Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 5:06 PM

100.3 The X brings Danko Jones and guests Oceans Divide to the stage on Tuesday, Dec. 7. This serious show may cause injury from rocking out so hard, so it's a good thing it's FREE. You may need to do some repair work the next day. Listen to 100.3 The X for tickets.

On Saturday, Dec. 11, the Knitting Factory will be transformed into an art gallery as Dead Bird Gallery brings the work of more than 30 artists in for "Art in the Bar." Tickets never go on sale because the event is FREE and runs from noon to 10 p.m.

On Wednesday, Dec. 15, 94.9 The River presents its Concert For Cause with sweet singer Shawn Mullins. Tickets are $18 and are on sale now.

Hailing from SoCal's sunny shores, Rebelution brings the reggae on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011. They'll be joined by guests Iration, Fat Lip and Yeti Beats. Tickets are $18 and go on sale Friday, Nov. 19 at 10 a.m.

Take it to metal's core on Friday, Feb. 4, 2011 when Underoath and Thursday tear it up in a co-headlining show. Their special guests are Animals as Leaders and A Skylit Drive. Tickets are $19.99 in advance, $21 day of show (sic) and go on sale Friday, Nov. 19.

Procol Harem's Robin Trower will bring his bad guitar playing self to town on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. His guests will be The Villains. Tickets are $24 and go on sale Friday, Nov. 19.

Singer/songwriter Joshua Radin, whose song "Winter" was the soundtrack for one of the more emotional scenes in the show Scrubs (episode below), will help usher spring back to Boise when he plays here on Thursday, March 3. Tickets are $25 and Radin will be joined by Cary Brothers (plus!) and Laura Jensen.

And last but not least, in some rather sad news, the Marina and the Diamonds show scheduled for Monday, Jan. 24, 2011 has been cancelled. Check back here for rescheduling news.

Tickets are available by calling 877-435-9849 or visiting or

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