Diamondz Event Center
220 West Main
Jerome, ID 83338
The LatestSun, Feb 10 12:06pm: Upcoming Events (Please SHARE for Bonus Karma Points®):
02/14: Valentine's Day Dinner & Comedy at Diamondz (18+, $10, 8pm, http://bit.ly/2DyftSN).
02/16: Alex Flores Fundraiser - Diamondz Gives Back (Live Music: RoughDraft Twinfalls, Special Reserve, L.S.D. aka Joey Bravo, Navarro.TV, A.G. -AnyGenre-, Slaves of Sin, Quick Silver, Uncle Otis, Rockin' Horse, Green Citrine) (All-Ages, $5, 12pm, http://bit.ly/2WlmQ7v).
02/20: Jerome Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours (All-Ages, Free, 5pm, http://bit.ly/2WjZ9MX).
02/22: Otis Julius, Illest*Lyricists, AARON GOLAY MUSIC, Freedom Renegades, Roy Wilson, Jordan Thornquest, & Brian A Avelar (15+, $5, 8pm, http://bit.ly/2F8zhhR).
02/23: MUSHROOMHEAD OFFICIAL w/ HELLZAPOPPIN CIRCUS SIDESHOW, VentanA "Official", Worldwide Panic, & Faded Leroy (15+, $25 / $30, 7pm, http://bit.ly/2QjJjOh).
03/07: Young Dubliners w/ Guess When & Eric May Music (15+, $20 / $25, 7pm, https://bit.ly/2PUDkQS).
03/15: American Hitmen w/ Ginger & The Gents (15+, $10 / $15, 7pm, http://bit.ly/2RTt2VN).
03/16: Dylan Jakobsen w/ Eric May Music & Rockin' Horse (15+, $10 / $12, http://bit.ly/2GkT4Ll).
03/30: The Veer Union w/ We Were Giants, Late Night Savior, & TBA (Rock, 15+, $10 / $12, http://bit.ly/2S6bAwJ).
04/04: Carter Winter w/ Devil's County & TBA (15+, $10 / $15, 7pm, http://bit.ly/2CNRSvS).
04/26: TBA (Metal, 15+, $10 / $12).
04/27: TBA (Country, 15+, $15 / $20).
05/23: TBA (Hip-Hop, 15+).
07/13: TBA @ Srb Idaho's Rally in the Valley - Murtaugh Lake, ID (All-Ages).
07/20: EdgeFest 2019: Fozzy, ADELITAS WAY, Royal Bliss, Ded, MESSER, Bobaflex, Dead Girls Academy, Tetrarch, & Blacklite District @ Cactus Petes Resort Casino and The Horseshu Hotel Casino in Jackpot, NV (All-Ages, $30 / $45, 11am, http://bit.ly/2RvpKHf).
07/27: Ned LeDoux w/ Dave Nudo Band & TBA (All-Ages, $30 / $40, http://bit.ly/2E2l4kB).
08/09: Craig Campbell @ Jerome County Fairgrounds (All-Ages, http://bit.ly/2WTwYow).
All tickets may be purchased at JeromeTickets.com, at Diamondz Event Center, or from any opening act member.
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Sun, Feb 10 10:39am: Kat Kountry & Buck FM Present: Dylan Jakobsen and more!
Presented by Kat Kountry 106 KKMV and 94.7 Buck FM!
We LOVE Dylan, and are stoked we've got him coming back again!
This show is for 15+ w/ parent or guardian, or 18+ otherwise. Full bar is available to those 21+ with valid ID.
This is a FREE SHOW!!! That's right, there's no charge for admission on this one, thanks to Kat Kountry 106 KKMV and 94.7 Buck FM.
--- Dylan Jakobsen ---
Born and raised just outside of Seattle, WA, Dylan Jakobsen isnt your typical country boy. He didnt grow up on a farm and he doesnt drink. His love of country music stemmed from listening to artists like Stapleton, Josh Thompson & Will Hoge, whose lyrics helped him find his voice as a writer and eventually helped him form his career. I dont want to just be another one of many. Im here to write the stories in my heart, be the artist I know I can be and prove that this is where Im supposed to be.
Though guitar is his main instrument, over the years Dylan has picked up the ability to play 10 more instruments; a skill that gets puts to good use while producing his music!
--- Eric May Band ---
Growing up around music was an essential part to who Eric May is now. His mother, Maureen, and father, Robert, met in a rock band in the late 60s. After leaving the group, his mother became a music teacher, focusing on vocal and piano. His father became a DJ at a radio station and eventually became a General Manager. After school, Eric would help himself at the radio station to all the music that was available, listening to the likes of The Beatles, Credence Clearwater Revival, and James Brown.
Eric participated in music throughout school, involved in choir, band and orchestra. He started to play the Trumpet in middle school and it was obvious he had a knack for it. His mother was his teacher in 8th grade band so he had to work extra hard to impress the teacher! He competed in many competitions and won numerous awards for his playing, even received a scholarship to New Mexico State University.
Eric started playing small solo acoustic shows and decided it was time to form his own band. After only two rehearsals in the living room, The Center Lane Band went to Casper, WY for Battle of the Bands and won! The bookings started coming in and before they knew it, the band had a steady workload, playing country and rock music all over Wyoming and South Dakota.
--- Rockin' Horse ---
Check out this local country band, which includes Ron Wallis!
Sun, Feb 03 10:27am: Craig Campbell at Jerome County Fair & Rodeo
Tickets Before Day Of Show:
Floor - Adult $12, Child $10
Bleachers - Adult $10, Child $8
Tickets On Day Of Show:
Floor - Adult $15, Child $12
Bleachers - Adult $12, Child $10
Tickets will go on-sale on Friday, 02/08/19 at 10am. Please note there are no refunds for show tickets.
This is an all-ages show. Gates will open at 5pm, show starts at 7pm.
In a day and age defined by instant gratification, it can be hard to remember that good things come to those who wait. But not for Wheelhouse Records singer-songwriter Craig Campbell. Long praised as a modern link to the traditional values of Country’s past, Campbell’s been waiting to release a new collection of music for five long years – and now that wait is finally over.
“It’s definitely an exciting time,” says Campbell, whose SEE YOU TRY EP is available now. “For the past few years, I’ve created and found some of the best music of my career. I’m beyond excited to release this EP and show the Country music world what I’ve been up to.”
Packed with all the down-home charm and up-town talent both fans and critics have come to love, Campbell’s patience has paid off in the form of seven diverse tracks – including the hit singles “See You Try” and “Outskirts of Heaven.” Taken as a whole, the project does more than just build off Campbell’s earlier success. It cements his status as a steady-handed star in the current era.
Growing up in the small town of Lyons, Georgia, a mix of musical gifts and hard work set Campbell’s path early on. After falling in love with classic Country, he played keyboards in his mother’s church and then on the road for an up-and-coming singer at the time named Luke Bryan, eventually landing a coveted bandleader gig in the famous Nashville honky-tonk, The Stage.
But with easy charisma and smooth, expressive vocal chops, Campbell was soon noticed, leading to a string of singles and two albums which earned comparisons to neo-traditional icons like Alan Jackson and Randy Travis.
Starting in 2010, “Family Man” and “Outta My Head” both cracked the Top 15 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, while others like the hook-in-cheek “Fish” snagged more than 10 million on-demand streams. “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” became a bonafide Top 10 hit, while “Outskirts of Heaven” showed an artist sensitive enough to share his soul – and courageous enough to stand on conviction. The uplifting critical smash has been praised by Rolling Stone, Taste of Country and more as a spiritual high-water mark.
Along the way he became a regular on the Grand Ole Opry and appeared on NBC’s Today, supported the USO and sang “American Anthem” for Macy’s 2017 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, all while tastemakers like radio personality Bobby Bones touted the exceptional vocalist’s under-the-radar potential. Then in a fitting full-circle moment, Campbell hit the road with Bryan once again – this time sharing the spotlight as part of the 2017 Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’ Every Day Tour.
But even after all that, Campbell’s latest single (“See You Try”) is something special. Written by Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard with Bart Butler, James McNair and Jordan Schmidt, the hot-blooded anthem builds on Campbell’s reputation for Country authenticity, but it also shows his musical dexterity, with Rolling Stone calling it “a big, bold song that shoots for the nosebleed seats of arenas everywhere.” Combining the fun of “Fish” with the romantic sincerity of “Keep Them Kisses Comin’,” Campbell playfully invites a Country girl to change his mind about a boys’ night out.
“At first listen I guess people could think there’s this guy and he’s at a bar, and there’s a girl trying to pick him up, but I didn’t look at it like that,” the dedicated husband and father explains, admitting he thinks of his wife Mindy when he sings the flirtatious track. “When I’m doing my thing with my friends, and she’s ready to leave, I love for her to try to convince me like ‘Hey, it’s time to go. And if you go with me right now, then this is gonna happen.’”
Produced by Butler (who also guided Jon Pardi’s throwback gem CALIFORNIA SUNRISE), “See You Try” moves Campbell’s sound forward with a grooving, new-school arrangement, while still staying true to his roots. It’s washed in twangy Telecasters, boot-stomping beats and sly, good-old-boy vocals, and Campbell says fans would see right through anything less.
“[Classic Country] is just what I grew up on,” he explains. “It’s what I cut my teeth on, and it’s what I love. … I told Bart, ‘I don’t need to go down a road just to keep up with the Joneses. I feel like we can make it awesome and make it Country.’”
The rowdy barstool anthem serves as the lead-off track on the SEE YOU TRY EP, but there’s more in store for Campbell’s loyal legion of fans. The long-awaited project also offers two versions of the faithful “Outskirts of Heaven,” presenting the uplifting critical triumph in both electric and acoustic settings.
Other standout moments include the regretful romance of “Me Missing You,” the party-ready Tejano twang of “Mas Tequila,” the lusty rock ballad “Upstairs” and the slinky strut of “Kids in the South,” all written by top flight tunesmiths like Hubbard, Jim Beavers, Ben Hayslip and Campbell himself.
“I wasn’t really worried about how much time it took,” Campbell says, “just as long as we got it right.”
Built on a solid bedrock of Country tradition, SEE YOU TRY certainly accomplished that goal. It compliments everything the celebrated star has accomplished so far – and it also looks to the future, highlighting the party-starting, top-shelf entertainer he’s become. After five long years of dogged determination, the next chapter of Campbell’s story has finally arrived.
“I feel like it was well worth the wait on my end, and I’m hoping the fans will feel the same way,” he says.
If you're not having fun, you're not at Diamondz.
The Hottest Spot in the Magic Valley to Party - The Rock 'n' Roll Capital of Idaho.
Live music, theater, parties, wedding receptions, conferences, quinceaneras, you name it, we host it!
In the past, we've had recognizable greats such as Dokken, LA Guns, Great White (Jack Russell), Trixter, Billy Dean, Frank Hannon, John Corabi, Bang Tango, London, Royal Bliss, Enuff Z'Nuff, and many more play on our stage.
High tech dance floor with fog, light show, and mega bass. 20' TV screen with surround sound, you have to see it to believe it.
284 occupancy rating inside, and seasonally 1500 people can fit out back in the beautiful grassy courtyard.
We have an attached green room, complete with refrigerator, stove, microwave, television, hide-a-bed, and shower. There is a clothes washer and dryer on site, and a laundrymat a few blocks away.
We have a full-service kitchen serving lunch and dinner, as well as a liquor license.