Remember this night, Tuesday, October 3, 2023, as the day a potential president visited Boise, Not just anywhere in Boise, the Buffalo Club.

"Twenty Twenty Fro"

The one and only Afroman will be performing live at the Buffalo Club at 10206 Fairview Ave. Afroman, is not just famous for his award-winning hit "Because I Got High", but the "funkalicious" guitar player has also campaigned to become President of the United States.

Let's take a look at his top eight priorities if he were to become our Commander In Chief.

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Now, we're not here to pick a side - we're only presenting the facts. And the fact of the matter is, Afroman AKA potential President of the United States, is going to be performing at Buffalo Club at 10206 Fairview Ave. on Tuesday night (10/3).

According to, doors open at 6:00 PM and tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. In case you're wondering, this is a 21+-only event.

You can get your tickets here.

In case you're wondering, Afroman is no stranger to Idaho and there are 20 Idaho cities that he's claimed to have visited... are you familiar with this song?

It's no secret that Afroman is pro-legalization when it comes to marijuana but how does the rest of the Treasure Valley feel about it?

Do you think the weed should be legal in Idaho? How do you feel about what the locals are saying?

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