Boise Contemporary Theater Lets it All Hang Out at Block Party 

Thursday, June 6

June has arrived and what better way to kick off your summer than enjoying a local beer and live music in the warm evening air? Better yet, do it to help raise money for the arts.

Grab a friend and head down to the Boise Contemporary Theater Summer Block Party for a night filled with local bands, beer and food. The beer begins to flow at 6 p.m., Thursday, June 6, when Fulton Street between Eighth and Ninth streets are shut down for the party.

Boise faves Bill Coffey and His Cash-Money Cousins, Edmund Dantes and Andrew Coba will provide the soundtrack, ranging from traditional country to pop and jazz. Music starts at 7 p.m. and continues through the night.

Area food trucks Rice Works, Saint Lawrence Gridiron, Archie's Place and High Ho Pizza will feed partygoers while Goody's will be on hand hawking ice cream.

The event is an all-ages affair and tickets cost $10 for adults or $5 for students with a valid ID.

This shindig not only closes BCT's most recent season in style, but money raised through the event goes to support the theater company's next season, which will begin this fall.

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