The Revolution Center has come out with its guns blazing on this post-holiday morning. The Garden City venue has announced four concerts, and a couple more are supposed to leak today. (I'll update this post.) With the exception of In This Moment, which goes on sale Sept. 12, all shows go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at Ticketfly. One thing's certain: The freaks will be out in full force on Halloween weekend ...
Love-'em-or-loathe-'em headbangers In This Moment will headline a hard-rock Halloween bash with openers Twelve Foot Ninja, Starset and 3 Pill Morning. The show Friday, Oct. 31, costs $25 general admission, $30 at the door. VIP: $55.
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Eccentric rapperTech N9ne
has built his Boise fan base at the Knitting Factory, but he'll make his RevCenter debut on Saturday, Nov. 1, with a full band.Krizz Kaliko
opens. It's a "Halloween Hangover" show, so expect costumes everywhere. Tickets are $25 general admission, $30 at the door. VIP: $50. It's $65 general admission with meet and greet. (You're required to wear a costume for meet and greet.)
After selling out in 3 minutes (really) for a May meet-and-greet visit that was limited to 500 fans, hip-hop act Hoodie Allen will return with rapper Chiddy Bang and Taylor Bennett. The concert is at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11. Tix: $25 general admission, $30 at the door. VIP: $50. It's $65 general admission with meet and greet.
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New Year's Eve is just around the corner — OK, not exactly — but the Braun clan is already planning its annual show, which sold out the RevCenter last year. Reckless Kelly and Micky and the Motorcars get top billing Wednesday, Dec. 31, with the Brothers Braun, Pinto Bennett and Sex Belushi Brothers also on the bill. Tix: $29.50 general admission, $35 at the door. VIP: $79.50.