The Promenade Music Festival to Take Over Downtown Boise

Boise, Idaho, will host up to 100 bands during a three-day music festival By: Skye Mayring
Promenade Music Festival to Take Over Downtown Boise // © Promenade Music Festival
Promenade Music Festival to Take Over Downtown Boise // © Promenade Music Festival

The Promenade Music Festival will take over downtown Boise, Idaho, for an affordable three-day festival of music. Headliners will include West Palm Beach, Florida’s Surfer Blood — who music-aficionado website, Pitchfork, has compared to the likes of Brian Wilson and Weezer — and the critically acclaimed indie-pop four-piece, The Drums, from Brooklyn, New York. From Oct. 7-9, as many as 100 bands will perform at various venues throughout downtown including the Knitting Factory Concert House, the Egyptian Theatre, Bittercreek/Red Feather and the Visual Arts Collective.

Also on the bill are Frog Eyes from British Colombia, K-OS from Ontario and California bands, The Janks and The Downing Men.

Prices are $15 for a one-day wristband and $30 for a three-day wristband. Wristbands give access to all venues for the festival, subject to capacity and age requirements, and can be purchased through TicketFly.com.

Promenade Music Festival attendees are eligible for group rates at conveniently located hotels including Hotel 43, Safari Inn and The Modern Hotel.

Hotel 43
www.hotel43.com

Promenade Music Festival
www.promenadeboise.com

Safari Inn
www.safariinndowntown.com

The Modern Hotel
www.themodernhotel.com

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