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Justin Moore Concert benefitting the Idaho Humane Society

Justin Moore will be the featured artist on the 19th hole at the Albertsons Boise Open. Concertgoers can enjoy lounge-style seating, access to full bars, and local food vendors


Justin Moore’s songs, including seven country #1 singles, have racked up more than a billion streams globally, and he has performed everywhere from The Today Show to headlining arenas around the country. In 2014, he landed the coveted New Artist of the Year trophy at the ACM Awards after releasing his critically acclaimed third album, ‘Off The Beaten Path.’ Then, in 2016 he dropped ‘Kinda Don’t Care,’ his third consecutive #1 record. The New York Times hailed Moore as proof that “old forms can stand even stronger with injections of new ideas,” while Billboard celebrated his “down-home personality and wry sense of humor,” and Rolling Stone praised the “upbeat mix of contemporary country and honest twang that he perfected.”
Moore released a new album, ‘Late Nights and Longnecks,’ on April 26 which included his hit single “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home,” which is currently #23 on the Billboard Hot Country chart.
Concert FAQs
*All concert tickets are standing room only
*Lawn chairs and blankets are not allowed
*Concert will start after the conclusion of golf, approximately 6:30pm
*Water, soda and alcohol will be available for purchase. Must be 21 to purchase alcohol
*Parking for the Albertsons Boise Open is FREE. FREE shuttles will pick you up from the parking lot and drop you off at the Tournament Entrance. When you leave, the same shuttles will take you back to the parking lot. Easy access in and out!
New this year, a designated Lyft pickup location will be available to spectators. This will be located on the corner of Pond St. and Greenbriar Dr. across from the Hillcrest Clubhouse.
Albertsons Boise Open General Admission Parking:
Please check back later for parking lot locations.
Check The Weather
Check the weather forecast before you visit the Albertsons Boise Open and dress appropriately. Expect cool mornings and sunny afternoons, so dressing in layers is the best idea.
Must-Have Items
Sunscreen, hat, comfortable shoes and binoculars.
Have A Plan
There are basically two ways to watch a golf tournament. “Parade Style” is where you pick a spot and watch the field pass by or “Cross-Country Style” is where you follow a particular player or group around the course.
Arrive Early
Arrive early to reserve a spot, especially if you plan on watching the tournament “Parade Style.” On Thursday and Friday, groups are simultaneously started on the first and tenth holes. Most people watch the action on the back nine holes which may give you the opportunity to get a better view of the players on the front nine.
Daily Pairing Sheet & Map
Pick up a daily pairing sheet to find out when the players tee off and the order of the groups. Pairing sheets include a course map, and are available near the entrances and at selected other locations on the tournament grounds. The pros usually play in threesomes on Thursday and Friday and twosomes on the weekends. Check the scoreboards to find out who the leaders are, and where they are on course. One way to tell the players from a distance is to look for their caddies, who wear color-coded vests (red, white and black), which will be indicated on the daily pairing sheet.
Players are more receptive to requests for autographs after they have completed their round, so don’t interrupt them before or during their round. A good place to catch them is at the practice area, as most players will return there after they play their round.
Spectator Mobile Device Policy
*Devices must be on silent at all times; flash may not be used.
*Devices may be used to capture video, audio and photos (content) in all areas throughout tournament week.
*Content may be used for personal purposes (e.g., personal social media); no commercial use.
*No live streaming or real-time coverage (e.g., no shot-by-shot coverage).
*Data use (e.g., texting) is permitted in all areas throughout tournament week.
*Phone calls are allowed only in designated areas.
*Please be respectful of play and do not interfere with players, caddies or media.
*All posted signage and instructions from tournament staff must be observed.
*Failure to comply with this policy may result in the revocation of your ticket.
*Please see the back of your ticket for the complete terms of the Spectator Mobile Device Policy. The ticket back language is also located here:
All persons are subject to search upon entering the tournament