Arts & Entertainment!

          Theatre/Dance ISU has a long and rich history at ISU, with productions dating back to the beginning of the university. Since the completion of Frazier Hall on September 1st, 1924, Theatre ISU and the theatre program have called that facility home. Frazier Hall houses a large proscenium theatre, which seats approximately 800. Frazier Hall's proscenium theatre will continue to be the venue for some of Theatre ISU productions and will be used by the Department of Theatre and Dance for classes.

ISU CAMPUS
Phone: (208) 282-3595

The new L.E. and Thelma E. Stephens Performing Arts Center's magnificent architectural design will make it the most extraordinary building of its kind in Idaho, boasting three versatile performance venues and auxiliary spaces designed for academic work and community enjoyment.

ISU CAMPUS
Phone: (208) 282-3595

Experience the magic and mystery of the Mystique, Idaho's premier dinner theater! Owner and operator Terry Ray Commons is an award-winning professional magician who performs close-up magic at dinner shows held in Mystique's intimate chamber theater. His larger-scale Vegas-style illusions are reserved for holiday galas performed in the Grand Hall Theater, seating 200 for dinner or 300 for theater. Before the holidays, the Grand Hall is stage to fine entertainment including vocal concerts and musical theater.

158 EAST CHUBBUCK, RD.- CHUBBUCK, ID 83202
Phone: (208) 238-8001

Holt Arena has become a center of activity in Pocatello, and the surrounding area. The facility hosts ISU football, ISU Men's and Women's basketball, Indoor track, High school sports, Intramural sports, concerts, religious conferences, trade shows, rodeos, and a variety of other events. The wide variety of events housed at the Holt Arena speaks to the versatility of the design of the structure.

ISU CAMPUS
Phone: (208) 282-3267

Blackfoot Community Players formed in 1977 to provide quality community theater in Eastern Idaho. BCP operates the Nuart Theater, a historic art deco structure located at 195 N. Broadway in Blackfoot. BCP produces 5-6 plays a year.

BLACKFOOT, IDAHO
Phone: (208) 785-5344

The Eagle Rock Art Museum, located on the picturesque river walkway in Idaho falls, exhibits regional and national artwork as well as the work of the talented Guild artists who had the vision to create this museum. The programs culturally enrich the lives of residents and visitors from around the world.

300 S. CAPITAL AVENUE - IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO
Phone: (208) 524-7777

During the fifty-three years of The Idaho Falls Symphony's life, it has gone from employing a part-time con­ductor to a full-time Music Director-Conductor. Yet, the Idaho Falls Symphony remains basically a volunteer orchestra composed of people from all walks of life, with some traveling over seventy-five miles for rehearsals and concerts. It is one of very few orchestras in Idaho not affiliated with a college or university and is proud to serve the city of Idaho Falls, and its visitors and citizens.

450 A St. - IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO
Phone: (208)529-1080

Worm Creek Opera House
This old theater was named after a creek the flows through Preston. It was reopened about 30 years ago and now serves as a movie theater and a playhouse for Preston and West Side High School's plays and musicals. Prodctions by the Northern Cache Valley's Theatre Guild are also performed here.

70 S. STATE - PRESTON
(208) 852-0088

Fine Arts Center at American Falls High School



2966 South Frontage Rd - AMERICAN FALLS, IDAHO
Phone: (208) 226-5173

The American Falls Theater Guild




233 IDAHO ST - AMERICAN FALLS
208-226-1903

Gem Valley Performing Arts Center The Grace High School has an outstanding drama department and with the new 530 seat auditorium, the plays presented are an outstanding cultural event. There is normally one play presented in the fall and another in the spring during the school year. They presented an outstanding production of Oklahoma in the spring of 1997 and "Hello Dolly" in the spring of 1999. In addition, the Grace High School band and chorus present concerts, both at Christmas time and at the end of the school year in May.

654 S. MAIN - GRACE, IDAHO
Phone: 208-425-3912

Baker Ranch
Enjoy an all evening horse drawn wagon ride adventure. Includes a great meal after a 40 minute wagon ride up to our picnic area on Dempsey Creek. After eating and entertainment under our new pavilion, you can enjoy our beautiful creekside area, includes a teepee, swings, and walking path.
Homemade desserts top off a great meal of BBQ Beef or hot dogs roasted over an open fire, an Idaho baked potato with all the toppings, salad, roll, ranch beans and corn. Ice cold lemonade and coffee are always included with the dinner.
After loading up for the trip out, relax and enjoy the beautiful sunset and the final 20 minutes of the ride in the twilight, with the carriage lights on. This ride is a must if you are coming to Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. performed here.

DEMPSEY CREEK ROAD LAVA HOT SPRINGS, IDAHO
208-776-5684

Shoshone - Bannock Gaming This casino on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation offers high stakes bingo, electronic pull-tab machines in the Bannock Peak Casino Outpost and the Exit 80 Casino. There is a snack bar on the premises. Nearby are gift shops and the Shoshone Bannock Tribal Museum. Call for more information.

INTERSTATE HIGHWAY I-15, EXIT 80
FORT HALL, IDAHO
(208) 237-8755

Pocatello Art Center
a non-profit organization, formed more than 40 years ago, that provides a community center for the visual arts. We provide exhibition space for local artists, art classes for people of all ages and abilities, and workshops in various media often conducted by nationally known artists.

444 N. MAIN POCATELLO, IDAHO
208-232-0970

Marsh Valley Performing Arts Center Marsh Valley is proud to present our new Athletic and Performing Arts Center to promote appreciation of the Arts and enhance the cultural diversity of the community. The Marsh Valley Performing Arts Committee is working to provide quality, uplifting entertainment for all!

12655 S. OLD HWY. 91 - ARIMO, IDAHO
(208) 254-3711

Area Festivities
Annual Bear Lake Classic 100-Mi Pro Bike Race
May - Fish Haven, Idaho - Phone:(208) 945-3333
Annual Cowboy Music Festival
May - Preston, Idaho - Phone: (208) 852-2124
Annual Pebble Creek Snowboard Rally
March - Inkom, Idaho - Phone: (208) 775-4452
Annual POW/MIA Awareness Rally & Motorcycle Rally
July - Pocatello, Idaho - Phone: (208) 251-6501
Annual Telemark Festival at Pebble Creek
March - Inkom, Idaho - Phone: (208) 775-4452
Art in the Park
September - Swan Valley, Idaho - (208) 483-3439
Bannock County Bluegrass Festival
August - Pocatello, Idaho - (360) 436-1179
Bear Lake Raspberry Days
August - Fish Haven, Idaho - Phone: (208) 945-3333
BNG America Snake River Concerts
Jun-Aug - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 522-0471
Butch Cassidy Days
July - Montpelier, Idaho - Phone: (208) 847-0067
Coors Cowboy Classic At Pebble Creek
March - Inkom, Idaho - Phone: (208) 775-4452
East Idaho Fly Tying and Fly Fishing Expo
April - Idaho Falls, Idaho - Phone: (208) 523-1010
Historic Chesterfield Memorial Day Celebration
May - Chesterfield, Idaho - Phone: (208) 648-7124
Holiday Fair
Dec - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 542-6253
Idaho Days
May - Franklin, Idaho - Phone: (208) 646-2300
Idaho Falls Snake River Settlers
July - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 523-1010
Idaho Paints Idaho
Oct-Nov - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 524-7777
Idaho Spud Day
September - Shelley, Idaho - Phone: (208) 529-9619
Lava Rama
September - Lava, Idaho - Phone: (208) 776-5221
Mogul Madness Snowmobile Climb
April - Inkom, Idaho - Phone: (208) 775-4452
Mountain Brewers Beer Festival
June - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 705-3378
Napoleon Dynamite Festival
June - Preston, Idaho - Phone: (208) 852-2703
Pocatello Marathon
September - Pocatello, Idaho - Phone: (208) 233-7333
Portneuf Greenway Riverfest
June - Pocatello, Idaho - Phone: (208) 234-4929
Portneuf Mountain Man Rendezvous
June - Pocatello, Idaho - Phone: (208) 233-7333
Preston Festival of Lights
Nov/Dec - Preston, Idaho - Phone: (208) 852-2703
Preston Pride Snowmobile Hillclimb
January - Preston, Idaho - Phone: (208) 646-2349
Sagebrush Arts Fest
September - Pocatello, Idaho - Phone: (208) 232-0970
Shoshone Bannock Indian Festival
August - Fort Hall, Idaho - (208) 237-9791
Shoshone Silver Buckle Trap Shoot Championship
June - Pocatello, Idaho - (208) 226-2697
Snake River Fiber Fair
May - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 523-7260
Snake River Roaring Youth Jam
August - Idaho Falls, Idaho - (208) 522-0471
Area Rodeos
Dodge National Rodeo Finals
Held every March
Holt Arena in Pocatello
Phone: 208-233-1546
Famous Preston Night Rodeo
First weekend of August
Thurs. through Sat.
Preston, Idaho
Phone: (208) 852-0898
Fort Hall Indian Rodeo
2nd weekend of August
Fort Hall, Idaho
Phone: 1-800-806-9229
Idaho State Rodeo
August
Idaho State University
Phone: (208) 236-2945
South Bannock County Fair Rodeo
2nd Weekend in August
Downey, Idaho
Phone: (208) 897-5033
Idaho High School Rodeo
Mid June
Bannock County Fairgrounds Pocatello
McCammon Rodeo
Mid July
McCammon, Idaho
American Falls High School Rodeo
Middle of May
American Falls, Idaho
Phone: 208-226-7214
Power County Rodeo
American Falls, Idaho
Phone: (208)226-7621
Days of Thunder Rodeo
North Bannock County Fair Grounds in Pocatello.
Phone: (208) 237-1340
EISF Rodeo
Labor Day Week September
Blackfoot, Idaho
Phone: (208) 785-2480
Caribou County Fair & Rodeo
First week of August
Grace, Idaho
Malad Rodeo
August
Malad, Idaho
Phone: (208) 766-2243
Grays Lake Rodeo
First Week end August
Wayan, Idaho
Phone: (208) 547-4964
Idaho Junior Rodeo Association
Mid June - Grace, Idaho
First week of June - Preston, Idaho
Mid July - Malad, Idaho
Last Week of July - American Falls, Idaho
Phone: (208) 251-5100
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