BOISE, Idaho — The Boise Music Festival, which has been held at Expo Idaho for the past 10 years, will not be held this year due to novel coronavirus concerns. Organizers say they decided to cancel the event to keep everyone safe and healthy.
“In this time of unprecedented uncertainty, we have worked closely with our city and health partners, our friends at Expo Idaho, and our event industry leaders; after much collaboration, we believe we need to be safe and place our community first,” said Townsquare Media Boise Market President, Rick Carmean. He added, “while we hope the conditions in the Treasure Valley are improved by June, we are unable to, in good faith, ask our neighborhood businesses, fans, staff, and local artists to proceed with planning.”
They hope to reschedule the event for sometime in the future. For more information, or if you bought a ticket and now have questions, contact event managers at Boise.Promotions@townsquaremedia.com