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About Arts on Tour

About the Arts on Tour series

Arts on Tour, a partnership between the College of Southern Idaho and the Magic Valley Arts Council, was created in 1988 to provide for the cultural education of the Magic Valley. It encourages and promotes an interest in the performing arts by bringing some of the world's most exciting and dynamic performing artists right to your doorstep.

Arts on Tour features full season subscriptions for all eight shows, mini subscriptions for four to seven shows, business memberships, and individual event tickets. In addition to these public performances, it offers three to four FREE outreach programs during each season taking the form of master classes, workshops, or student performances.

Read more about the children's shows.

Series partners

Presenting sponsors

Supporting sponsors


  • Alan & Lorinda Horner
  • Creg & Debbie Clark
  • Deagle, Ames & Co.
  • Dee Dee and Lance Clow
  • Dr. Mark McKain
  • Keveren Foundation, Inc.
  • My HomeFinder Team of 208 Real Estate


  • Charlie and Melody Lenkner


  • Keith Strolberg
  • Mike and Cynthia Gibson
  • Allen & Fran Frost


  • Dennis & Kami Gillette
  • Jack Stewart
  • Lawrence Robertson
  • Nielson Family Chiropractic
  • Phil & Linda Brugger
  • Susan Huddleston
  • Susan Kelley-Harbke
  • Cindy Scott


The CSI Fine Arts Auditorium is equipped with two entrance ramps and accessible restrooms. Inside there is adequate space for wheelchair seating in an excellent location. Arts on Tour can help accommodate those with hearing or visual impairments if notified prior to the performance. American Sign Language Interpreters are also available with adequate notice.

You are part of the experience

Please turn off all pagers, cell phones, personal organizers, watch alarms, and other sound-emitting devices before the performances. The use of cameras, including cell phone cameras, and recording equipment is strictly prohibited. Food and beverages are prohibited in the seating areas of the auditorium

Seating and late arrivals

All seating is assigned at the time of ticket purchase. The house is open for seating 30 minutes prior to curtain. Late seating is not guaranteed and is at the discretion of the house manager and performers. Please be aware that all events start promptly at the time indicated on the ticket. To minimize disruptions, patrons arriving after curtain time will not be seated until intermission or a suitable interval in the program as designated by the artist.


Arts on Tour is committed to providing quality cultural experiences for audience members of all ages, but young children can be disruptive to the performance. Please use discretion when bringing a child to a performance. Regardless of age, all children must have a ticket. Patrons are encouraged to call Arts on Tour staff for information on the suitability of events for children.

Let us hear from you!

We welcome your comments on our program so that we can continue to meet the needs of our audience and our community. We also encourage you to visit our website and add your email to our mailing list so we can keep you better informed. Thank you for your support!

Group sales

Come with family and friends, or bring a group from your business, civic, educational, or religious organization. Groups of 15 or more receive 20% off regular prices. The group discount may not be combined with any other discount. For group sales information, contact Camille at (208) 732-6288.

2022-2023 Artist Lineup