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Do Not Miss This Show: A Rising Tide Engulfs the Egyptian Theatre

A Rising Tide @ The Egyptian
A Rising Tide @ The Egyptian
Kyler Martz, courtesy of Songfare Management

What are you doing this Friday night?

You don’t know, do you.

That’s because you didn’t know about the show. THE Show.

WHAT: A Rising Tide

WHO: a.k.a. Belle

Audio Moonshine

Bill Coffey

Finn Riggins

Hillfolk Noir

Low-Fi

Matt Hopper and the Roman Candles

New Transit

Sherpa

Shipshape

Steve Fulton Music

Thomas Paul

WHEN: April 22, 2011 @7/8 p.m.

WHERE: The Egyptian Theatre

COST: $15 at the door

“A rising tide lifts all boats.” And that’s precisely why you’re not going to want to miss this show. With a house packed full of Boise’s up-and-coming, there isn’t anywhere else worth being on Friday night.

If Boise had nothing else, it would be a bustling music scene. “Boise has an incredible scene. What really sets it apart is that there's not only a huge amount of talent, but a true sense of community,” says Aubrey Elliott of Songfare Management, and one of the masterminds behind this gigantic collaboration. And it’s these things that A Rising Tide is all about. “It's a marriage between Boise's finest musicians, a beautiful venue and a brand new independent radio station.”

Oh yeah. You heard about that, right?

Radio Boise. 89.9.

There is no better way to celebrate a station going live than a 12 band concert.

“I mean, really, twelve bands at the Egyptian Theatre? It's been amazing watching it all unfold and being a part of it.”

So whatever you had planned for Friday night?

Reschedule.

You won't want to miss this.

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