There is no denying that Boise loves a good concert and over the past several months, the Treasure Valley as a whole has been totally spoiled. Major concerts have been coming to town and over the summer, especially, plenty of names were on stages and in front of local crowds. For the first time in memorable history, Boise had major, national acts on stages across town on the same night--at one point, three to four major acts were in town and fans were forced to choose who they would be seeing!

The Ford Idaho Center has had their share of major shows this year, too. Perhaps the biggest of them all and arguably the biggest to come to Idaho in recent history was Morgan Wallen. Other acts, like AJR, Odesza, and Halsey rounded out their lineup.

Now, the Ford Idaho Center is back at it--and while the amphitheater won't be open in December, the arena itself will be heating up with a major throwback hip-hop show!

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Will you be going to see these stars take the stage at the Ford Idaho Center?

Do you plan to catch this legendary lineup? 

The show is being titled the "Holidaze of Blaze" and you can insert all of the weed jokes along with that, given Snoop is the headliner.

Tickets won't be cheap--starting at $59 before fees for "nose bleeds" and going all of the way up to $199 each, before fees, for the best seats. According to the Ford Idaho Center, children 2 and under are free if they can sit in your about a "First Concert" for a local child!

Buy your tickets, HERE.

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