Boise State will cap its Spring Game for the football team and Bronco Day for the campus with a concert at Albertsons Stadium on Saturday.
Jordin Sparks, the 2007 winner of “American Idol,” will perform on the Blue after the Spring Game, which begins at 5 p.m. The concert is included with a $10 ticket to the scrimmage.
Fans 18 and under can get in free by wearing a No. 11 jersey in honor of former quarterback Kellen Moore, who will be celebrated at 5:11 p.m. Kickoff is at 5:15 p.m.
Sparks won “Idol” at 17. Her hits include “No Air” and “Battlefield.”
Dev is the opening act.
The concert begins shortly after the scrimmage. Fans will be allowed onto the field to watch the show. The concert will be held even if it rains, according to a school official.
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SPRING BALL COVERAGE
April 7: This Spring Game has some intrigue
April 6: Finley likely to lead QB pecking order into fall camp
April 6: Broncos will have new helmet for Spring Game
April 4: OT Eli McCullough uses Air Force mistakes as learning experience
April 3: Broncos to honor Kellen Moore, not retire jersey
April 2: Special teams preview
April 1: QB competition likely to last deep into August
March 31: Recap of Bryan Harsin’s weekly press conference
March 31: Cornerback Jonathan Moxey prepares to excel
March 30: Wide receivers preview
March 29: Chaz Anderson builds on successful position change
March 24: Bertoli, once slighted, has proven himself a Division I player
March 20: Dillon Lukehart retires for medical reasons
March 19: Bryan Harsin recaps first scrimmage
March 17: Broncos help Lyle Smith celebrate 99th birthday
March 13: Defensive line preview
March 12: DL Tyler Horn gets second shot at senior year
March 11: Adventurous former walk-on Charles Bertoli chases RB job
March 10: All signs point to Kellen Moore tribute at Spring Game; read a replay of our live chat
March 10: Tanner Vallejo back home at middle linebacker
March 9: Seven players out for spring with injuries; highlights from the first day of practice
March 9: Players and positions to watch this spring