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Idaho Center - Nampa, ID
The Ford Idaho Center (formerly known as the “Idaho Center Arena”) is a sports and entertainment venue serving the greater Boise metro area. It is located at 16200 Idaho Center Boulevard, Nampa, Idaho. The place was opened on February 21, 1997, with a seating capacity of around 12,279 people at Ford Arena, 10,500 People at Ford Amphitheatre, and 2,500 people who can sit at the Ford Theatre. The Idaho Center is owned by the City of Nampa and operated by Spectra by Comcast. The theatre is recognized for its rodeo shows.
The arena has hosted hundreds of events since its inauguration. It is the primary stop of the tour “Built Ford Tough Series” which was being held in the arena since 1999. The arena hosts “Snake River Stampede” which is considered as one of the top rodeos in the United States. The “Boise State” men’s basketball team played at the venue as it was their home court for the match. It was the second round of NIT’s game against the “UWM Panthers” in March 2004.
Music festivals which have taken place at the center are Lilith Fair, Mayhem Festival, Vans Warped Tour and the Gigantour. On November 14, 2006, the Rolling Stones played their first concert in the Idaho state hosted by this Idaho Center. The concert took place during their A Bigger Bang Tour.
Tickets for all events to be held at the Idaho Center Nampa can be purchased online at TicketsOnSale.com.