Dave Mathews Band will play at Ford Idaho Center Arena near Boise

Dave Matthews Band, or DMB, returns to Treasure Valley for an indoor show.

Dave Matthews Band, or DMB, returns to Treasure Valley for an indoor show.

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When Dave Matthews Band last performed in Boise in 2010, 12 years had passed since the band’s previous visit to Idaho.

After 12 After years, the group will start again.

Dave Matthews Band was scheduled to perform Nov. 8 at Ford Idaho Center Arena in Nampa.

“An online ticket presale for members of the DMB Warehouse Fan Association is underway at www.warehouse.davematthewsband.com,” according to a press release. “Citi is the official card for the US dates of the Dave Matthews Band’s Fall 2022 Tour. Citi cardholders will have access to pre-sale tickets from Tuesday, September 20 at 9 a.m. local time through Thursday, September 22 at 10 p.m. local time through the Citi Entertainment program. For presale details, visit www.citiententertainment.com.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, September 23 at fordidahocenter.com. Prices are $135 for general admission pit and $59.50, $75 and $95 reserved.

Formed in 1991, Dave Matthews Band has sold over 25 million tickets over its career. The band’s last show in Boise was at ExtraMile Arena, then called Taco Bell Arena.

“Fans know what to expect when the Dave Matthews Band comes to town – an energetic, zesty performance that mixes fan favorites with a jam-band feel,” the Idaho Statesman wrote in a review. the concert. “…In front of an estimated crowd of over 8,000, Matthews and the band performed for a 2.5-hour set, ending with a 16-minute version of ‘Two Step.’

“This was the band’s first appearance in Treasure Valley since 1998 – note to Dave: next time play outside somewhere, please – and by this time their catalog has grown so large that it is nearly impossible for DMB to satisfy every fan’s personal playlist.”

This story was originally published September 6, 2022 10:21 a.m.

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Journalist and entertainment columnist Michael Deeds chronicles the good life in Boise: restaurants, concerts, culture, cool stuff. Acts materialized at the Idaho Statesman as an intern in 1991 before taking on roles such as sportswriter, editor and music critic. Over the years, his freelance work has spanned from writing album reviews for the Washington Post to hyping Boise in that airline magazine you left on the plane. Deeds holds a bachelor’s degree in editorial journalism from the University of Nebraska.

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