Concerts! They're back!

Kettlehouse Amphitheater is gearing up for a big comeback concert season for the summer after having to sit out all of 2020, and some big announcements have already been made: they've announced a Sheryl Crow show in August, and they've confirmed that the Primus concert (delayed from last year) is still scheduled to take place. And now, you can add another date to this year's Missoula concert calendar.

Logjam Presents has announced that St. Paul & The Broken Bones will be performing at Kettlehouse Amphitheater on Friday, July 30th. They're one of the very few bands to do the "Triple Crown" of Missoula concert venues - they've performed shows at The Top Hat, The Wilma, and now, Kettlehouse Amphitheater. The concert, like the others scheduled for the season, is set to go forward at full capacity.

Tickets for St. Paul & The Broken Bones go on sale to the public this Friday, May 7th at 10 AM, and the presale starts at 10 AM the day before, on Thursday, May 6th.

And if you want the chance to win some tickets and get into the show for free, you can listen to my show on Alt 101.5 in the afternoons this week on Tuesday the 4th, Wednesday the 5th, and Thursday the 6th. Be listening for a different code word at around 5:30 each evening, and then message us that code word through the free Alt 101.5 app for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show! Easy enough, right?

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Are you excited to check out St. Paul & The Broken Bones at Kettlehouse this summer? What other shows are you hoping Kettlehouse announces in the weeks to come?

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