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Were you around in the 1980s? Then I know you've heard of them. Open Arms, Faithfully, Don't Stop Believin'.......
Sunday, July 26, 2009
On Sale Friday, May 8 at 10:00 a.m.
Seattle, WA – Live Nation welcomes Journey with special guest Heart to Taco Bell Arena on Sunday, July 26 at 8:00 p.m.
JOURNEY--Neal Schon (guitar), Jonathan Cain (keyboards), Ross Valory (bass), Deen Castronovo (drums) and new lead singer Arnel Pineda—is hitting the road to promote REVELATION, the highly anticipated three-disc CD/DVD package set for release June 3 exclusively at Wal-Mart stores in North America.
First emerging in 1976 with their debut album Dreamboat Annie, HEART eschews resting on their legendary stature and remains an active and artistically potent unit. In addition to forging Heart's indelible mark in rock'n'roll, the Wilson sisters were also pioneer female rockers whose success and influence broke down the gender barrier for women to be bandleaders and musicians.
Tickets are $47.00, $57.00 and $67.00 and go on sale Friday, May 8 at 10:00 a.m. at LiveNation.com and Idahotickets.com, all Select-A-Seat locations, Taco Bell Arena Box Office or charge by phone: (208) 426-1766. Prices include the facility fee but do not all applicable service fees.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Taco Bell Arena Administrative Office at (208) 426-1900
Journey special guest Heart
July 26, 2009 - 8:00 PM
Sunday, May 3, 2009
Two Saturdays ago we packed the kids in the car and made the trip to
We had no idea that thousands of other people were as interested in seeing Shoshone Falls that day as we were. Traffic was backed up bumper to bumper for two miles. After a two hour drive and sitting in a line of traffic, the kids were getting restless. I finally said, "Come on kids, we're walking the rest of the way." Of course, I didn't know how far it was to the falls, I just knew I didn't want to wait any longer. We jumped out of the car, got the stroller out of the back, and hoofed it on foot, while the husband had to wait in the line of traffic. We beat him down the road by about 25 minutes or so.
The falls were spectacular and the weather was perfect. The girl loved knowing that she had seen the best waterfall in the west. Most of the pictures are ones that she took since I had my hands full with the little ones. We had a great time and would highly recommend making the trip to see
Things to know before you go:
Expect the trip to take all day. Take a stroller if you have young kids. There are restrooms available, but no soap. Bring your own soap or hand sanitizer. There are snacks, drinks, and souvenirs available for purchase. There is a large grassy area and picnic tables. Expect a long wait and tons of people if you are going during the peak season, April thru May. There is a park fee of 3.00 per vehicle. Dogs are permitted on leashes. Take your camera and check the weather before you go. Driving directions are pretty easy. Go to
Things to know before you go:
Here's a link to a video of the falls that the Idaho Statesman posted in April.
Friday, May 1, 2009
There is an excellent clickable tour map online at the BCA website. You can also click through to previews of each home.