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Venue Type Nightclub
Neighborhood Downtown Boise City
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Knitting Factory Concert House

416 S. Ninth St., Boise, ID, 83702
(208) 367-1212

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Knitting Factory Concert House
416 S. Ninth St.
Boise, ID 83702
(208) 367-1212
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1 review
Sep 01, 2013 - kfengler
We Like it...

...the 3 times we went to see bands we like! One time in the VIP section, that was good.
When we go to stuff like this we go with the intent to have a good time, no matter what!
You get obnoxious people everywhere this is no different but we sat at a place at the bar, quick service and could see the show, occasionally had to ask a couple to move slightly.
Outlaw field is the same, had people standing in front of us dancing occupying much more than their share. Still enjoyed the show.
Other than the Morrison Center where can you really just enjoy the concert, without having to deal with "people".
It is what it is!

1 review
(no rating) Aug 15, 2009 - lrobb
Worst Sound EVER

Drove 200 miles last night to see Johnny Winter at the Knitting Factory in Boise, ID. Could not wait! This was the most ridiculously mixed sound for a live concert I have ever experienced. It was ten times too loud, but that's par for the course-I get that-but the bass and kick drum was so loud in the mix Winter may as well played guitar with his feet and kicked it across the stage. It would've sounded the same. It sounded like a decent concert would from the parking lot only louder. Horrible. A drunken, retarded ape could have mixed that better. It ruined the concert. I want my money back. Words cannot describe how poorly the sound system was set up in this venue.

My apologies if the mix was in fact performed by a drunken, retarded ape.

1 review
May 06, 2009 - BSUSUX1
not that great

Ive been to this concert house twice. After the first time I swore I wouldn't go back. The only reason I did was because one of my favorite bands was going to be there. It's uncomfortable, crowded, and besides the fact you feel like you wasted the money because most of the time you can't see, you have to deal with obnoxious drunks. The floor is sticky, for obvious reasons, but once you stand on it for so long you feel like you can't move, let alone climb the steps to leave. It's a drug dog's paradise. There was lots of smoking, but it wasn't cigarettes. It was back then when it was the Big Easy, and it is now in need of some serious remodeling.

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