.38 Special coming in September

2013-07-05T06:15:00Z .38 Special coming in September missoulian.com

Hold on loosely, Missoula, but don’t let go.

UM Productions and Railway Productions announced that American rock band .38 Special will perform in Missoula at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 12.

The concert is at the Adams Center on the campus of the University of Montana. Tickets are $25 plus fees and available at all GrizTix locations, by calling 1-888-MONTANA and at umt.edu/griztix/.

After more than three decades together, .38 Special continues to bring their signature Southern rock sound to more than 100 cities every year. The band’s hits include “Hold on Loosely,” “Rockin’ Into the Night,” “Caught Up in You,” “Second Chance” and more.

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