It's becoming no secret that celebrities love Idaho and it's becoming more apparent that music's biggest stars are taking notice.

Obviously, the Treasure Valley is home to Boise Music Festival (BMF) and there's no doubt that word about our amazing crowds has spread among artists who've played here.

One could argue that the Treasure Valley is the future of live music and eventually, the rest of music's biggest stars will eventually catch on.

An Idaho-Favorite Announces Return to Nampa in 2024

One of country music's biggest stars recently announced that he'll be returning to perform at the Ford Idaho Center in 2024.

That star is none other than the "Gold Chain Cowboy", Parker McCollum who put on one heck of a show the last time he was here. Before we get to the date of his return, here's what you can expect from his '2024 Burn It Down Tour'.

Idaho Loves Parker McCollum! Pictures from His 2023 Show in Nampa

Gallery Credit: Parker K.

Amazing, right? You'll be able to relive those amazing moments when Parker McCollum returns to perform at the Ford Idaho Center on August 15, 2024.

Clearly, the fans did something right to get Parker and his team to want to make the return to Nampa.

There's no doubt that Idaho is on the map when it comes to live shows and there's still plenty of amazing talent coming to the Treasure Valley.

Here's a look at some of the amazing shows we've seen and what's to come this year.

Proof That Idaho Has Had Some Pretty Amazing Shows In 2023... And There's More To Come

When it came to the sheer number of concerts, 2022 was a year that the Treasure Valley won't soon forget. But 2023? There are some BIG artists looking to make a splash in Idaho!

Gallery Credit: Michelle Heart

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