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FAQ

Rentals are available to outside promoters or for private functions.  We have full service catering available at some of Boise’s most competitive pricing. Click here for additional information.  Please contact Andrea Lucas at (208) 343-8883 ext 116 or BoiseEvents@knittingfactory.com.

Weapons of any kind (including spikes & chains

Outside food or drink

Outside alcohol

Illegal drugs and/or paraphernalia

Professional photo/audio/video equipment

Cans, bottles, flasks or similar containers

Large bags greater than 14″ x 14″ x 6″

Skateboards, umbrellas & backpacks can be checked at doors

Tickets are available at the Knitting Factory Concert House, by phone at 866-468-7624, at www.TicketWeb.com, and at the Record Exchange.

Generally, it opens at 5pm on show nights.

We have a full menu available from two hours before show time until 10 pm.  Click here to view our Boise Menu.

Yes, most shows are all ages unless otherwise noted.

There is no smoking allowed in the venue.  There is a smoking patio available during all shows.  Under Boise ordinance, our outdoor smoking patio is reserved for guests over the age of 18.

Generally we do not allow cameras nor audio or video equipment of any kind into the club.

No.  We strictly enforce a no re-entry policy except at private parties.

All seating is on a first come, first served basis.  The amount of seating on any given show depends on the artist and the expected attendance.  If you purchase Balcony seats, the available seats are reserved for your group for the entire evening. Please note that Balcony Tables feature 4 seats per table. Seats are sold individually.

Absolutely.  We are happy to make special arrangements for you when you contact us in advance and then arrive at the venue 30 minutes prior to doors.  We will offer you one of the premium seats in the house. Click here to contact us in advance.

If you purchased your tickets through www.TicketWeb.com, you must bring the credit card they were purchased with.  If you are on a guest list you must have valid ID.

Not necessarily.  We may admit guests with special needs who contacted us in advance.  We then admit the first 50 patrons who dined at 9th St. Parallel before the show.  We then open the main doors to the club.

General Admission
General Admission is the majority of our venue. This ticket level gives you access to both the upstairs and downstairs areas of the venue, and the main floor. There is no assigned seating in this area. If we have seating for the event, all seats in this area are first come, first served. If we do not have seating for the event, this area will be standing room only. This is an “all ages” area, so unless the event is limited to persons over 18, all ages are welcome in this area. In need of ADA seating? Click here

Balcony Seating:

The Balcony is the only reserved seating in the venue. Enjoy premium sight lines and a designated cocktail server so you won’t miss a minute of the show.  Table seats are reserved at the time of purchase.  Tables 1-18 seat four people. Seats are sold as individual tickets and tables will be shared by all ticket holders at each table.  This ticket level gives you access to all of the General Admission area and is “all ages” unless otherwise defined by the event.

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