“A Springtime of Irish Traditional Music” comes to Butte, Missoula

The University of Montana’s Irish Studies Program, School of Music and the Friends of Irish Studies are teaming up to bring the finest exponents of Ireland’s music and song traditions to Butte and Missoula this spring. The concert series continues with uilleann piper Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, March 18 and 20; accordion player Séamus Begley, April 8-9; and balladeer Seán Tyrrell, April 21-22. Read more


Rock and Worship Roadshow rocks Missoula with six bands

Drawing over 350,000 people to concert venues across the country since it’s successful launch in 2009, the Rock and Worship Roadshow brings its third annual tour to the Adams Center in Missoula March 4. The star-studded line-up includes American Music Award-winner Mercy Me, Grammy Award-nominated hip-hop/rap artist LeCrae, critically-acclaimed Jars of Clay, Thousand Foot Krutch, Matt Maher and The Afters. Read more


Tickets on sale Feb. 12 for Elton John concerts in Billings, Spokane

Elton John and his band will make their first-ever concert appearance in Billings, 8 p.m. April 10 at Rimrock Auto Arena in MetraPark. The group brings its “Greatest Hits Live” tour to the Magic City, featuring number-one hits and classic album tracks from Elton John’s five-decade career. The band also performs April 8 in Spokane; tickets to both shows go on sale Feb. 12. Read more


Peter Rowan headlines Big Sky Big Grass Festival

The fifth annual Big Sky Big Grass Festival brings bluegrass, jam grass, and Americana music to Big Sky Resort Feb. 18-20. The Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Emmitt-Nershi Band and Crooked Still take centerstage Friday night in the Missouri Room. The Infamous Stringdusters perform Friday and Sunday and Great American Taxi wraps up the festival Sunday evening. Read more


Violin virtuoso Joshua Bell performs with Great Falls Symphony

World-famous violinist Joshua Bell, often lauded as a classical music superstar, joins the Great Falls Symphony in a performance April 30 at the Mansfield Theatre in Great Falls. “Few prodigies make it into musical maturity, but Bell has evolved from a technical whiz to a true artist and intellectual whose music feeds both your brain and your heart,” wrote Newsweek. Read more


Korn and Disturbed bring “Music as a Weapon” tour to Missoula

Korn and Disturbed, two of rock's biggest acts, are teaming up to co-headline this year's “Monster Energy Music As A Weapon 5 Tour,” which comes to the Adams Center in Missoula at 7 p.m. March 18. Disturbed’s fifth studio album Asylum, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart in August, and Korn III: Remember Who You Are debuted at No. 2 this year. Read more


Fun abounds at Whitefish Winter Carnival

The Whitefish Winter Carnival fills the downtown streets and Whitefish Mountain Resort Feb. 4-6 with a plethora of indoor and outdoor fun. Carnival action revs up with a dinner, silent auction and ball, Friday at Grouse Mountain Lodge. Saturday's highlights include the Penguin Plunge, Yeti Snowskate Jam, the Black Star Beer Barter, the Grand Parade, and a torchlight parade and fireworks. Read more

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