Arts, Music & Entertainment in Boise
Head to one of our favorite Boise destinations for arts, music, and entertainment. From live theater, to concerts, art galleries and the opera, this city has a production or exhibition on the calendar that you won't want to miss.
Big entertainment stops at the Morrison Center, Idaho's premier performing arts center located in Boise State University. "Weird Al" Yankovic, Boise Philharmonic and Merle Haggard have graced the 10 story entertainment stage housed on the banks of the Boise River. Not to mention, Broadway sensations, My Fair Lady and Les Miserables.
Madame Butterfly and Rogers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma were spotted onstage at Opera Idaho! Come see more famous musical triangles preformed by the resident opera company at the historic Egyptian Theatre and Idaho Botanical Garden. You'll enjoy the highest caliber of grand opera entertainment with full scale productions delivering heart pounding excitement. Where's your ticket?
Get your ticket to the Boise Little Theater, the capital city's longest running community theater. Enjoy live theatrical plays presented in genres that run from contemporary to classical, comedy, drama and musicals. Get your tickets to a night of laughter, music, drama, and entertainment.
Enjoy mingling fine arts and excellent cuisine for a unique theater experience at the Knock 'em Dead Dinner Theatre. You're in for a night of entertainment and surprises with performances that will have you laughing, singing, crying, and feeling a wide range of emotions. Get your ticket to a not-so-familiar night out at the theater.
Walk the edge of experimental theater at Boise Contemporary Theater, located in the heart of Boise's cultural district. The small professional theater group produces a full season of entertainment and original contemporary plays, including the Last of the Breed and No, You Shut Up that have gone on to have world premiers.
Art house films premier at The Flicks Theatre. Located in the heart of downtown Boise, Idahoans have been catching independent, foreign, art house and mega blockbuster films on four screens at the iconic venue since 1984. Take a bite out of Rick's Café Americain menu of hot entrees, and wine and beer to go along with the night's film.