The popular PBS show is scheduled to stop here June 29 as part of an eight-city, 35-episode tour. WGBH, the Boston television station that produces "Roadshow," is in the process of finalizing a contract with a venue for the Boise stop, spokeswoman Mariel MacNaughton said.
Programs taped during the 2013 summer tour will make up Roadshows 18th broadcast season on PBS, premiering in January 2014.
Roadshows 2013 tour features local appraisal events at which some of the countrys top experts offer free evaluations of antiques and collectiblesrevealing the often-surprising history and value of these items.
Here's the show's calendar of stops for 2013:
Detroit, Mich., - June 1
Jacksonville, Fla., - June 8
Anaheim, Calif., - June 22
Boise, Id., - June 29
Knoxville, Tenn., - July 13
Baton Rouge, La.,- July 27
Kansas City, Mo., - Aug. 10
Richmond, Va., - Aug. 17
Tickets are free but must be obtained in advance. Ticket applications and complete ticketing rules will be available on at pbs.org/antiques or by calling 1-888-762-3749 after Antiques Roadshows season premiere tonight at 7 p.m. A limited number of ticket recipients will be selected at random from all eligible entries. Ticket holders are invited to bring two items for a free verbal approximation of value by experts from the worlds leading auction houses, independent appraisers, auctioneers, and dealers. All ticket holders are guaranteed an appraisal.
In addition, The Roadshow Furniture Roundup is looking for large pieces of furniture within 50 miles of each tour location. Complete furniture submission rules are available online at pbs.org/antiques or by calling 1-888-762-3749.
Visit pbs.org/antiques for more information on Antiques Roadshow.