The PowerHouse Event Center debuted as an event center in Boise, Idaho when the Kowallis and Mackey firm renovated the historic 8,200 square foot building located on 9 acres. The PowerHouse Event Center has stood as a Boise landmark since 1912. Designed and built by Tourtellotte and Hummel as the Beaver River Power Station, the building served as Boise’s first coal-fired power plant. One of the best features of the architecture today is the classic brickwork, which works well with both ornate and austere decorating styles. We offer full, exclusive use of the facility, with two floors, two full bars, elevated stage, and VIP room. Contact us today schedule your next event.