Rufus Du Sol with Outlaw Field concert to complete in Boise

How to get concert tickets online from official vendors

Online music tickets may be confusing. Ida De Stateman entertainment writer Michael Deeds gives quick tips on searching official sellers and buying tickets at their face value, and how to find reseller locations, where prices are often higher.

Online music tickets may be confusing. Ida De Stateman entertainment writer Michael Deeds gives quick tips on searching official sellers and buying tickets at their face value, and how to find reseller locations, where prices are often higher.

If you hear that an Australian band selling large concert venues is coming to Boise, what is the first one to come to mind?

AC / DC, which we know about for many years?

Or, expectations are slightly reduced, the Show Pink Floyd in Australia, which visits Idaho what feels every 15 minutes?

In this case, no. Outlaw Field announced its 12th concert in the year, and is a live electronic act of this certain Aussie group.

Rufus Du Sol will preside at 7:30 pm. show Thursday, September 26, at an outdoor center at Idaho Botanical Garden. Tickets for sale at 1 p.m. Friday, May 17, for $ 45 by Ticketmaster, or by phone at (208) 426-1766.

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Summer Outlaw's summer concerts are not too long to dream of. Pictured: Imagine Dragons in 2013.

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Rufus Du Sol (stylized as RÜFÜS DU SOL) is more popular than you would understand. This fall, the alternate night headline dance band at Red Rocks scenic scenery in Morrison, Colorado. Both shows have already been sold out in advance. There are over 9,500 music craftspeople in the center.

Rufus Du Sol exploded from the overseas gate in 2010, when their first album, “Atlas,” met No. 1 in Australia. Since 2016, the group has made significant progress in North America, by participating in festivals such as Sasquatch, Coachella, Electric Forest and Hangout Fest.

Oh, and in the case of AC / DC who visited Idaho someday? Do not keep your breath. Either way, it would not have a 4,000-capacity Outlaw Field. He would have to be in a big area – or even Albertsons Stadium, now that Garth Brooks has opened that door for the possibility of concerts.

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Michael Deeds is a columnist and entertainment writer at the Stateman, where he gives an insight into the good life of Boise. The newsroom was invaded by an inquest in 1991.

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