School May Be in Session, But There’s Still Plenty To Do in Boise This Month

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September may mean it’s back to the grind, but that doesn’t mean you have to throw in the towel on fun! There are still plenty of great events and activities to enjoy here in Boise, so there’s no need to call a quits on the summer just yet. We’ve done our research and our proud to present you with your September Boise events calendar below. Enjoy!

Things To Do Today in Boise

Looking for things to do today after work? Why not treat yourself to one of Boise’s great dining opportunities? Boise has a wide variety of restaurants, offering everything from different ethnic cuisines to your basic steak and potatoes. Here are some of our top picks:

  1. Chandlers – This upscale steak and seafood restaurant is located in the new Hotel 43 in downtown Boise. Its stunning atmosphere and exceptional menu make this the perfect place for special occasions.
  2. Goodwood Barbecue – Good old fashioned barbecue made with the freshest ingredients–that is the focus of this traditional barbecue joint. From sandwiches to ribs, you’re bound to get your barbecue fix here.
  3. Gino’s Italian Ristorante and Bar – If you’re looking for a delicious, traditional Italian meal, this is the place for you. They are located at 3015 W McMillan Rd in Meridian and are closed on Sundays.

Things To Do This Weekend in Boise

This weekend marks the 60th anniversary of Art in the Park. Hosted by the Boise Art Museum, this event features work by over 200 artists. Art in the Park takes place at Julia Davis Park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Things To Do This Month in Boise

Did you know that in 2012 concert ticket sales generated about $3 billion, with the average cost of a ticket running around $85.93? That’s a little pricey, but luckily here in Boise you can see some of your favorite artists for much less! Country fans, mark your calendars. Award winning country artist and star of the hit TV show, The Voice, is coming to Taco Bell Arena September 25. Tickets start as low as $29.75! Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7 p.m. with special guests The Band Perry, Dan and Shay and Neal McCoy.
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