- Home Free in concert
September 30, 2017
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Please note that if you purchased Meet and Greet or track (floor) tickets you are allowed to bring your own chair. But be advised that there also be people standing in the track area. The concert will be held in the grandstands area of the fairgrounds.
- Tickets may be purchased at the door with cash or card only. NO CHECKS.
- Tickets will also be sold at the Harvest Festival September 30 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Idaho State Journal booth at the Portneuf Wellness Complex in Pocatello.
- No umbrellas, no outside food or drink.
The all vocal country sensation Home Free is bringing Nashville country standards and country-dipped pop hits to town (and having a great time doing so). The 5-man band has become known for their show-stopping performances that mix their signature no-instrument, all-vocal music with their quick-witted humor.
Home Free has become a household name, amassing more than 150-million YouTube views, and entertaining more than 250,000 people live in concert since bursting on the national scene in 2013.
Their show will bring many surprises to be sure. As Home Free prepares a new record to be released Fall 2017, audiences can expect new music and new stylings, plus country hits like Maren Morris’ “My Church”, pop slams like Shakira’s “Try Everything,” and fan favorite classics like the calypso-infused arrangement of Johnny Cash’s “Ring Of Fire.”
In 2015, the band celebrated the release of COUNTRY EVOLUTION, which debuted No. 4 on the Billboard Country Charts, elevating the band “from auxiliary entertainment to headlining attraction” (Times Leader), and they come to town on the 2016 release of FULL OF (EVEN MORE) CHEER, which debuted at No.2 on the Billboard Country Charts.
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This concert will be held at the Bannock County Events Center in Pocatello on Saturday, September 30. Gates will open at 6 p.m. Live music by Brody Finch will begin at 7 p.m. and Home Free will begin at 7:30 p.m. This is part of the Idaho State Journal’s Harvest Festival.