Jason Isbell and his band "The 400 Unit" have just announced a concert this summer in Missoula, and we couldn't think of a better place or date for him to play.

Jason Isbell is cut from a different musical cloth. When you think of the famous storytellers throughout music history, his name might not be at the top of the list, but it should be.

Growing up in the south, Jason spent most of his time at his grandparent's house where his uncle and grandfather taught him to play different musical instruments. Soon Jason was playing at his local church and then forming his own band which would eventually take him to the stage at the Grand Ol Opry at the age of 16.

Fast forward to the present day and Jason and his band "The 400 Unit" (named after a floor of a behavioral ward in an Alabama hospital) will be stepping onto the Kettlhouse Amphitheatre stage this summer. It's almost guaranteed to sell out as the previous Bozeman show already has, so don't drag your feet when buying your ticket. Here are the details:

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit with special guests Deer Tick Live at the Kettlhouse Amphitheatre (605 Cold Smoke Lane, Bonner, MT 59823)

Date: Tuesday, July 4th, 2023

Doors at 6:30 pm - Show at 8:0 pm

Tickets: $39.50 - $69.50 with applicable fees.

Tickets can be purchased online HERE, or at the Top Hat Box office.

Remember the Kettlhouse shows are "rain or shine" so be prepared for Missoula's summer weather. The tickets are nonrefundable.


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