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    David James Archuleta (born December 28, 1990) is an American singer-songwriter and actor. At ten years old, he won the children's division of the Utah Talent Competition leading to other television singing appearances.[6] When he was twelve years old, Archuleta became the Junior Vocal Champion on Star Search 2.[6] In 2007, at sixteen years old, he became one of the youngest contestants on the seventh season of American Idol.[7] In May 2008 he finished as the runner-up, receiving 44 percent of over 97 million votes.

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David Archuleta in Concert #DA2015

Posted by djafan on Thursday, September 3, 2015

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Doing a small run of shows to get warmed up. It’s been years since I’ve done a full show. Crazy to think it’s been that long! 1st one is in 2 weeks. Any of you going??? 😉 #concerts #music

David posted this to all his social media. #DA2015  Is about to #Begin.  And he is calling it a warmup, for what?  Tour #DA2016?!

That picture is perfect.

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Concert Update: David Archuleta LIVE in 24 Days!

Posted by djafan on Friday, August 21, 2015

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screencaps from 8throwcenter video

We have less than a month to go before the first David Archuleta concert 2015!!!!  Are we ready?

Heck yeah!!!

I am sure looking forward to the videos, meeting up with the archufans, and all the excitement we feel when we see and hear “The Voice” live!

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Here is the concert schedule with links to purchase your tickets.  If you haven’t purchased yours don’t be left out!

David’s Concerts and Events 2015

(Arizona not on list yet)

David Archuleta Live in 27 days!!!

IDAHO FALLS UP FIRST!!!

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Public Sale Starts June 5th! Idaho Falls Concerts! September 17 & 18, 2015 ~ David Archuleta

Posted by djafan on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

 

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David Archuleta

 September 17 & 18, 2015

Colonial Theater • 7:30 pm

$55 • $45

Best-selling Pop artist and American Idol darling, David Archuleta brings his hits to the Colonial Theater with two shows.

Archuleta brings his hit song “Crush” and others to life with his charm and genuine enthusiasm, to make for an unforgettable night of music.

Pre-Sale for Members begins May 22nd

Public Sale begins  June 5th!!!!

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Are you a member yet? IFAC members can get their tickets two weeks
early!
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All Ages Show ~ Purchase

Note:   Presale begins on 5/22! Tickets go on sale to the public June 5th!  Buy tickets >HERE

or Phone (208)522-0471

Public Sale begins  June 5th

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Colonial Theater Seating Chart

Sponsored by: Onyx Financial • Smith Honda • Thompson, Smith, Woolf, Anderson, Wilkinson, & Birch

Historical Colonial Theater

Colonial - Deep Love

Built by C.A. Spath, cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank; Dr. C.M. Cline, physician and S.K. Mittry, contractor: the Colonial Theater opened on November 10, 1919, at a cost of just over $175,000. It boasted one of the largest stages in the Intermountain West, a modern ramp (in lieu of stairs) to the balcony, a ventilation system, which circulated fresh air every five minutes and superb acoustics. Traveling vaudeville acts and minstrels entertained, as well as musical acts like John Phillips Sousa.

In 1929, it was renamed the Paramount Theater and began showing moving pictures. Sadly, it fell into disrepair in the late 1980’s and was closed.

In 1994, Dick Clayton, Sr. and his son Steve donated the theater to the Idaho Falls Arts Council, a private nonprofit organization.

The Idaho Falls Arts Council launched a capital campaign, known as the Phantom project. An anonymous donor challenged the community to raise half of the total cost and the Phantom would donate the remaining. The successful $4.2 million dollar campaign renovated the Colonial Theater and the adjacent buildings into a beautiful visual and performing arts center for the region.

Renamed for the Phantom donors, Miles and Virginia Willard, who also chaired the campaign, the Willard Arts Center now contains a visual arts building with galleries, classrooms, artist studios, meeting spaces for events, and much more.

Today the 988 seat Colonial Theater is one of three large theaters of historical significance which still remain in Idaho. In 2014 alone, the Colonial Theater played host to over 25,000 patrons.

http://www.idahofallsarts.org/historic-colonial-theater

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David Archuleta ~ Idaho Falls Concerts! September 17 & 18, 2015 ~ Public Sale June 5th!

Posted by djafan on Thursday, May 21, 2015

 

david idaho

David Archuleta

 September 17 & 18, 2015

Colonial Theater • 7:30 pm

$55 • $45

Best-selling Pop artist and American Idol darling, David Archuleta brings his hits to the Colonial Theater with two shows.

Archuleta brings his hit song “Crush” and others to life with his charm and genuine enthusiasm, to make for an unforgettable night of music.

Pre-Sale for Members begins May 22nd

Public Sale begins  June 5th!!!!

david idaho a
Are you a member yet? IFAC members can get their tickets two weeks
early!

All Ages Show ~ Purchase

Note:   Presale begins on 5/22! Tickets go on sale to the public June 5th!  PHONE ORDERS ONLY >>> (208)522-0471

Public Sale begins  June 5th

Colonial Theater Seating Chart

Sponsored by: Onyx Financial • Smith Honda • Thompson, Smith, Woolf, Anderson, Wilkinson, & Birch

Historical Colonial Theater

Colonial - Deep Love

Built by C.A. Spath, cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank; Dr. C.M. Cline, physician and S.K. Mittry, contractor: the Colonial Theater opened on November 10, 1919, at a cost of just over $175,000. It boasted one of the largest stages in the Intermountain West, a modern ramp (in lieu of stairs) to the balcony, a ventilation system, which circulated fresh air every five minutes and superb acoustics. Traveling vaudeville acts and minstrels entertained, as well as musical acts like John Phillips Sousa.

In 1929, it was renamed the Paramount Theater and began showing moving pictures. Sadly, it fell into disrepair in the late 1980’s and was closed.

In 1994, Dick Clayton, Sr. and his son Steve donated the theater to the Idaho Falls Arts Council, a private nonprofit organization.

The Idaho Falls Arts Council launched a capital campaign, known as the Phantom project. An anonymous donor challenged the community to raise half of the total cost and the Phantom would donate the remaining. The successful $4.2 million dollar campaign renovated the Colonial Theater and the adjacent buildings into a beautiful visual and performing arts center for the region.

Renamed for the Phantom donors, Miles and Virginia Willard, who also chaired the campaign, the Willard Arts Center now contains a visual arts building with galleries, classrooms, artist studios, meeting spaces for events, and much more.

Today the 988 seat Colonial Theater is one of three large theaters of historical significance which still remain in Idaho. In 2014 alone, the Colonial Theater played host to over 25,000 patrons.

http://www.idahofallsarts.org/historic-colonial-theater

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