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May
13
Sat
The Lantern Fest @ Meridian Speedway
May 13 @ 3:00 pm

At The Lantern Fest, thousands of revelers join together armed with lanterns for one unforgettable spectacle. Before sundown friends and families can enjoy food, live music, a stage show, familiar princesses, face painters, s’mores, balloon artists and more. Then, when the time is just right, we will light the sky with our highest hopes and fondest dreams.

EVENT DAY INFO

Gates open at 3pm. Parking will be $10 at the venue.

Lanterns will fly when the sun goes down. Be sure to arrive early enough to park, check-in and find a place to enjoy the event.

THINGS TO BRING WITH YOU

**Feel free to bring cold food (chips, sandwiches, etc) and water. Please do not bring in a hard-sided cooler, glass bottles, or alcohol. It will be confiscated. No tailgating.
A blanket or chairs for sitting
A jacket in case you get chilly
A smile, because you’re never fully dressed without it
Some money or a credit card to buy a snack or drink
Your dancing shoes!

May
26
Fri
Wait Until Dark @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
May 26 @ 8:00 pm

Wait Until Dark

May 26 – July 30

Frederick Knott
A 1960s Greenwich Village apartment is the scene for a deadly game of cat and mouse when a group of con-men manipulate and terrorize an unsuspecting blind woman to reclaim a mysterious doll. When the doll can’t be found, the situation spirals out of control. With murder afoot and suspense building, the woman deftly decides to “wait until dark,” in an attempt to outwit her assailants. The thrills begin when the lights go out. Wait Until Dark’s chilling conclusion is proof positive that what you can’t see can hurt you.
Wait Until Dark is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Age Recommendation: Recommended for ages 14 and up due to adult themes and violence.

May
27
Sat
Wait Until Dark @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
May 27 @ 8:00 pm

Wait Until Dark

May 26 – July 30

Frederick Knott
A 1960s Greenwich Village apartment is the scene for a deadly game of cat and mouse when a group of con-men manipulate and terrorize an unsuspecting blind woman to reclaim a mysterious doll. When the doll can’t be found, the situation spirals out of control. With murder afoot and suspense building, the woman deftly decides to “wait until dark,” in an attempt to outwit her assailants. The thrills begin when the lights go out. Wait Until Dark’s chilling conclusion is proof positive that what you can’t see can hurt you.
Wait Until Dark is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Age Recommendation: Recommended for ages 14 and up due to adult themes and violence.

May
28
Sun
Wait Until Dark @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
May 28 @ 7:00 pm

Wait Until Dark

May 26 – July 30

Frederick Knott
A 1960s Greenwich Village apartment is the scene for a deadly game of cat and mouse when a group of con-men manipulate and terrorize an unsuspecting blind woman to reclaim a mysterious doll. When the doll can’t be found, the situation spirals out of control. With murder afoot and suspense building, the woman deftly decides to “wait until dark,” in an attempt to outwit her assailants. The thrills begin when the lights go out. Wait Until Dark’s chilling conclusion is proof positive that what you can’t see can hurt you.
Wait Until Dark is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Age Recommendation: Recommended for ages 14 and up due to adult themes and violence.

Jun
2
Fri
Hamlet @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 2 @ 8:00 pm

When his suspiciously widowed mother swiftly marries his uncle, amidst demands for revenge from his murdered father’s ghost, the young prince Hamlet resolves that something is indeed “rotten in the state of Denmark.” Forced by circumstance into a world turned upside down by betrayal, distrust and madness, Hamlet spirals through a torrent of erratic emotion and bizarre behavior in a relentless pursuit of truth. Torn between duty and doubt, he wrestles tenaciously with the profound question “to be or not to be,” until fate exacts its final answer.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for all ages.

Jun
3
Sat
Hamlet @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 3 @ 8:00 pm

When his suspiciously widowed mother swiftly marries his uncle, amidst demands for revenge from his murdered father’s ghost, the young prince Hamlet resolves that something is indeed “rotten in the state of Denmark.” Forced by circumstance into a world turned upside down by betrayal, distrust and madness, Hamlet spirals through a torrent of erratic emotion and bizarre behavior in a relentless pursuit of truth. Torn between duty and doubt, he wrestles tenaciously with the profound question “to be or not to be,” until fate exacts its final answer.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for all ages.

Jun
4
Sun
Hamlet @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm

When his suspiciously widowed mother swiftly marries his uncle, amidst demands for revenge from his murdered father’s ghost, the young prince Hamlet resolves that something is indeed “rotten in the state of Denmark.” Forced by circumstance into a world turned upside down by betrayal, distrust and madness, Hamlet spirals through a torrent of erratic emotion and bizarre behavior in a relentless pursuit of truth. Torn between duty and doubt, he wrestles tenaciously with the profound question “to be or not to be,” until fate exacts its final answer.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for all ages.

Jun
6
Tue
Hamlet @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 6 @ 8:00 pm

When his suspiciously widowed mother swiftly marries his uncle, amidst demands for revenge from his murdered father’s ghost, the young prince Hamlet resolves that something is indeed “rotten in the state of Denmark.” Forced by circumstance into a world turned upside down by betrayal, distrust and madness, Hamlet spirals through a torrent of erratic emotion and bizarre behavior in a relentless pursuit of truth. Torn between duty and doubt, he wrestles tenaciously with the profound question “to be or not to be,” until fate exacts its final answer.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for all ages.

Jun
7
Wed
Hamlet @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 7 @ 8:00 pm

When his suspiciously widowed mother swiftly marries his uncle, amidst demands for revenge from his murdered father’s ghost, the young prince Hamlet resolves that something is indeed “rotten in the state of Denmark.” Forced by circumstance into a world turned upside down by betrayal, distrust and madness, Hamlet spirals through a torrent of erratic emotion and bizarre behavior in a relentless pursuit of truth. Torn between duty and doubt, he wrestles tenaciously with the profound question “to be or not to be,” until fate exacts its final answer.
Age Recommendation: Suitable for all ages.

Jun
8
Thu
Wait Until Dark @ Idaho Shakespeare Festival
Jun 8 @ 8:00 pm

Wait Until Dark

May 26 – July 30

Frederick Knott
A 1960s Greenwich Village apartment is the scene for a deadly game of cat and mouse when a group of con-men manipulate and terrorize an unsuspecting blind woman to reclaim a mysterious doll. When the doll can’t be found, the situation spirals out of control. With murder afoot and suspense building, the woman deftly decides to “wait until dark,” in an attempt to outwit her assailants. The thrills begin when the lights go out. Wait Until Dark’s chilling conclusion is proof positive that what you can’t see can hurt you.
Wait Until Dark is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
Age Recommendation: Recommended for ages 14 and up due to adult themes and violence.