The Band of Heathens to Headline First Alive After Five Concert of 2019 in Boise Grove 

Boise gets compared to Austin, Texas, plenty, so there's a certain charm to one of Bat City's own kicking off the 2019 edition of Alive After Five on Wednesday, June 5: The Band of Heathens, with an opening by Reed Foehl.

  • Courtesy The Band of Heathens
The Heathens will be in Boise supporting the release of its latest album, A Message from the People Revisited (BOH Records, 2018), a tribute to Ray Charles.

"Going forward, our hope is that our performance of these songs has sufficient merit to carry the listener to the musical feeling that we strive to infuse in these recordings—a spirit of brotherhood, hope and understanding, liberty, and justice for all," the band wrote on its website.

There will be no tickets, but there may be wristbands. Alive After Five, presented by the Downtown Boise Association and a slew of sponsors (including Boise Weekly), is free to attend, though folks with an eye on a cold one after work will have to show their IDs at the entrance to Grove Plaza (the intersection of Eighth and Grove streets).

The party starts at 5 p.m. every Wednesday beginning in June and ending on Aug. 28.
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