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Band of Horses gallops from Emerald City to Garden City for show

Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses
Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses Invision/AP

You might think that considering their proximity, rockers Band of Horses don’t make it to Boise very often. One problem: These Northwest-influenced musicians haven’t been a Seattle band since 2007. That’s when they relocated to South Carolina, where frontman Ben Bridwell was raised. Consequently, Boise fans should be supremely stoked about next week’s concert in the relatively intimate, 2,200-capacity Revolution Center in Garden City. Best known for the Grammy-nominated 2010 album “Infinite Arms,” Band of Horses enlisted big-name knob twiddler Rick Rubin to executive produce their latest release, “Why are You OK.” Make sure to show up on time. Nashville rock group The Wild Feathers opens.

8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, Revolution Center, 4983 Glenwood St., Garden City. $29.50 general, $59.50 VIP. Ticketfly.