Enjoy Festive Holiday Tunes In Boise This Season

Dated: 11/29/2017

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The holidays are the perfect time to enjoy festive live performances in Boise. There are numerous opportunities to enjoy live entertainment during the month of December. Here are just a few options.


Handel’s Messiah

Nothing says the holidays like Handel’s Messiah. The Boise Philharmonic will perform with the Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale at St. John’s Cathedral. Tickets are still available for the December 2nd and December 17th performances. Buy your tickets quickly before they are gone!

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Bring a pair of new, warm socks to aid those in need.



Boise’s TubaChristmas is a one-of-a-kind event at the Idaho State Capitol’s rotunda on Saturday, December 2nd, at 4 pm.  Tube and euphonium musicians have been gathering since 1992 to bring festive tunes to the rotunda.  The band consists of musicians from local high schools, middle schools, and colleges/universities. Adult musicians also participate.


If you are a tuba or euphonium player or know someone who is, then you can join in on the fun! Simply show up at 1 pm on December 2nd at Boise State’s Morrison Center in Room B125. Learn more about the event here: https://music.boisestate.edu/tubachristmas/.

Holiday Pops

Bring the whole family to the Morrison Center on Saturday, December 9th, for a performance of holiday classics. The Boise Philharmonic’s Holiday Pops concert is the perfect opportunity to belt out your favorite carols while accompanied by professional musicians. The Philharmonic Master Chorale and other solo vocalists will be performing as well. The concert begins at 7:30 pm. Purchase your tickets before they sell out!

If you’re a music lover, then this holiday season is the perfect time to enjoy quality live music in the Treasure Valley. We hope you enjoy at least one of these fun events!

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