2020 is going to be a great year for live country music in the Treasure Valley, but there are some big tours that won't be making their way to the Treasure Valley this year.  

Blake Shelton’s Friends and Heroes 2020 Tour 

Blake is bringing Lauren Alaina, the Bellamy Brothers, Jon Anderson and Trace Adkins on 16 dates that include Portland, Seattle and Salt Lake, but not Boise.  

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Kane Brown’s Worldwide Beautiful Tour 

This is a tour that I would really like to see, but it’s not even coming close to Boise!  It starts in Ireland and the closest date that’s been announced so far is in Lincoln, Nebraska.  I’m hoping that he adds a west coast leg to the tour before he’s done. 

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Jason Aldean’s We Back Tour 

This just kind of makes me mad.  He can go to Fargo, North Dakota but he can’t come to Boise?  I’m too big of a fan to miss it, though so I’m probably going to be driving to one of his three California dates. 

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Luke Bryan’s Proud to Be Right Here Tour 

He’s doing two dates in Bend, Oregon, but unfortunately is not going to be making it to the Treasure Valley.  He will be in Portland, so that may be the show to drive to. 

Rascal Flatts Farewell Tour 

I was holding out hope that this one would come to town, but it’s not looking good, so the closest dates may be either Irvine, California or Denver, Colorado. 

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Zac Brown Band’s The Owl Tour 

I’m too big of a fan to not go see him, so I’ll either drive to Salt Lake or fly to Vegas.  I don’t do drives longer than 8 hours unless I have very good company.  Wanna go with? 

Lady Antebellum’s Ocean 2020 Tour 

I really thought this tour might come here, but so far it’s not looking good.  Right now, the most convenient dates are in Vegas, Denver or California. 

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Anything is possible and maybe some of these tours will add dates, but as of today these tours won't be in Idaho this year.