BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Tickets will be available Monday to see President Barack Obama at Boise State University on Wednesday. The Idaho Statesman reports this week's trip to Idaho will be the president's first since his 2008 election. He last visited Boise during his 2008 campaign, when he spoke to more than 14,000 in Taco Bell Arena. On Wednesday, the president plans to discuss the themes he'll lay out in his State of the Union address at Boise State University.

Tickets will be distributed Monday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Boise State Albertsons Stadium ticket office, which is on the west side of the stadium. Obama has spent the past two weeks unveiling his new initiatives in a series of speeches around the country and social media posts.