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 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.
- Andy Bopp & Karen Griffith
- Black Pine Cabinets, Ruann Meade
- William & Janet Hewson
- Keveren Foundation, Inc.
- Shari Goedhart, Silver Creek Realty
- Kinetico of Magic Valley
- Robert and Kathi Meyers
- Dee Dee & Lance Clow
- Darren & Valerie Coleman
- Alice & Fred Elwood
- Fran & Al Frost
- Dennis & Kami Gillette
- Michael & Vicky Guerry
- Mike & Karen McCarthy
- Keith Strolberg
- Maxine Bell
- Marlene Boettcher
- Linda and Phil Brugger
- Nielson Family Chiropractic
- Nancy Schafer
- Esther Simpson
- Perry Pleyte
- Amy & Brad Wilkinson, Precision Lawn
- Hair N' Things
Important Venue Information
CSI is fully accessible to patrons with limited mobility and other special needs. For further information, please contact the CSI Box Office at 208-732-6588.
Audio & Video Devices
Recording of any portion of a performance, either with video, audio or any combination thereof is strictly prohibited.
Food and beverages are prohibited in the seating areas of the auditorium.
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. Patrons are asked to use discretion when bringing a child to a performance and are encouraged to call the CSI Box Office in advance for information on the suitability of events for children. Regardless of age, all children must have a ticket for the performance.
Seating & Late Arrivals
All seating is assigned at the time of ticket purchase and the house is open for seating 30 minutes prior to curtain. Please be aware that all events start promptly at the time indicated on the ticket. To minimize disruptions, patrons arriving after curtain time may not be seated until intermission or a suitable interval in the program as designated by the artist. Late seating is not guaranteed however, and is at the discretion of the house manager and performers.
It’s important for audience members to remember that they are part of the experience. All pagers, cell phones, tablets, personal organizers, watch alarms, and other sound and light emitting devices are to be turned off before performances begin.
Stay informed about the wide variety of concerts, plays, films, recitals, speakers and more hosted at the CSI Fine Arts Center by visiting fineartscenter.csi.edu.
To join our electronic mailing list, or simply us send your thoughts and comments regarding Arts On Tour, email the CSI Box Office at email@example.com or call 208-732-6588.