Bread tribute band to perform at Colonial
Sidewalk Art Festival scheduled for Saturday and Sunday
Tickets now on sale for Wynonna Judd and The Big Noise concert
Jackie Venson scheduled to play in Victor
Christine Hutchings’ love of music began when she was in fourth grade.
Sippin’ Safari Concert Series to be held at I.F. Zoo
East Idaho Renaissance Faire begins this weekend
Planet Arts offers ‘Prehistoric Adventures’ art class
Victor’s Music on Main begins
Full Draw Film Tour to be screened Wednesday
‘Let Us Rock’ concert to be held Saturday
Classy 97 Second Chance Prom scheduled Saturday
Afternoon paint and drink Saturday
Garth Brooks Salt Lake concert tickets now on sale
Idaho Falls art gallery walk scheduled Thursday
Concert film of The Lumineers to be screened in Jackson, Wyo.
Virtual concert to broadcast from Pocatello
I.F. Symphony to present ‘Heavenly Visions’ concert
‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’ to be performed at Colonial
The Idaho Falls Opera Theatre’s latest production stars an eastern Idaho girl in the lead role, promising magic and chills.
Comedian to perform Saturday
Tylor and the Train Robbers to perform in I.F.
I.F. Symphony presents virtual piano recital
Christian country singer scheduled to perform Sunday
BYU-Idaho to hold virtual choir concert
BYU-Idaho to hold virtual symphony orchestra
Idaho Screendance Film Festival open to submissions
IF Symphony to hold virtual Red Dress ConcertThe Idaho Falls Symphony will host its 17th annual Red Dress Concert 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13 online. This year’s theme is “Music: The Food of Love.”
Country-blues singer scheduled to play at Celt
ARTitorium to hold activity for moms
Jazz musicians to perform at Idaho Brewing Company
Idaho Falls Arts Council announces call for artists
Country musician to perform in Bone
Virtual Christmas lessons and carols
Christmas Eve service to be hosted by Gethsemane Baptist Church
Virtual concert from Idaho State-Civic Symphony to be shown
Choir concert to be streamed from BYU-I
Percussion ensemble to be broadcast
Specials at ARTitorium for Thanksgiving
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Diana Thompson noticed at the grocery store the dazed look on nearly everyone’s face. There was panic, too, as people scrambled for such things as toilet paper, hand sanitizer, flour and yeast.
BYU-Idaho to broadcast music of Beethoven
Choirfest to be virtually shown
‘Knock ‘em Dead’ variety show starts today
October craft show to be held at Sandy Downs
NEW YORK — Most playwrights want their works to remain relevant for decades to come. Not Heidi Schreck, not with "What the Constitution Means to Me."
Day of the Dead crafts to be held at Healing Hands
'Hansel & Gretel' opera postponedThe Idaho Falls Opera Theatre is postponing the performances of its upcoming production of the opera “Hansel & Gretel” because of the concerns about large gatherings as a result of COVID-19. The opera was previously scheduled for April 3, 4 and 6 but …
RIO RANCHO, N.M. (AP) — The first attempt of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965, led to police violence against peaceful African American demonstrators. The beatings, known as "Bloody Sunday," generated anger across the nation 55 years ago this month and prompted P…
Weekend gross / overall gross in millions
Artist call for installation at hot springs
The Idaho Falls Symphony and the Idaho Falls Youth Orchestra have canceled the remaining concerts and rehearsals for the season because of the coronavirus situation.
NEW YORK (AP) — Movie theaters may be shuttered across the country but there is still newly released work of lurid and pulpy goodness from Brian De Palma.
“The Banker “ is an odd title for this film. It has the effect of underselling a fascinating story about a black business savant that was inspired by real events. In the 1950s and early 1960s, Bernard Garrett (Anthony Mackie) became a real estate mogul in Los Angeles and (eventually) the own…
NEW YORK (AP) — Faced with a lengthy shutdown due the coronavirus pandemic, movie theaters are requesting relief from the U.S. government.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sports are on hold, theaters are closed and so are amusement parks, a disaster-movie scenario that has Hollywood reeling. But Americans held captive at home by the coronavirus can turn to Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and other streaming services, outliers in an entertainment indu…