I wonder if they'd just put in a cot for me ... 

The Big Easy has some very cool concerts planned through the rest of July.

Rock darlings Burning Brides play the Bourbon Street stage tonight ($12 in advance, $14 at the door); on July 13, the Led Zeppelin tribute band, No Quarter, takes the Big Easy stage ($10); July 14 brings Atlanta-based Southern rock/jam band Outformation with locals Equaleyes and IQEQ opening ($5 advance, $8 door); singer/songwriters Gary Jules and Jim Bianco each take a turn on the Bourbon Street stage on July 15 ($10 in advance, $12 at the door); The Devil Makes Three bring their eclectic banjo-powered sound to Bourbon Street on July 17 ($5 advance, $8 door); achingly sweet singer/songwriter Cary Brothers plays at Bourbon Street on July 18 ($12); the Strange Noize Tour cranks up the sound on July 19 with Tech N9ne and the Kottonmouth Kings ($29.50 advance, $34 door); Hot Buttered Rum String Band brings danceable bluegrass on July 21 ($12.50); Powerman 5000 roars back in to Boise on July 24 ($15); Chicago-based hardcore punkers Rise Against play July 26 with opening acts Silverstein and Comeback Kid ($23); Queens of the Stone Age perform July 27 ($23); July 28, the Big Easy goes punk with locals The Useless and N.F.F.U. and No Cash Value and Wetstock out of Oregon ($5); Hank Williams III graces the stage on July 29 ($15); alt-country crooner Ryan Adams plays with the Cardinals July 30 $27.50); and on July 31, Shadows Fall with Chimaira, Amon Amarth and Darkest Hour take the whole month of July out with a big bad bang ($21).

The Big Easy, 416 S. 9th St., 208-367-1212, www.bigeasyconcerts.com

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