Here’s the latest round of concert announcements in the Missoula area.
Pearl Jam ‘Stream in the Park’
Pearl Jam and local resident bass player Jeff Ament are bringing a screening of the group’s 2018 concert to Ogren-Allegiance Park.
The sold-out concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium featured 29 songs, which you can revisit with HD footage and surround sound. Besides the main event, there’s a festival next to the stadium with music, vendors and nonprofits — the show benefits the Poverello Center and the YWCA of Missoula. You can even get yourself a Johnson and Johnson vaccine at the clinic.
“The evening at Ogren Park will be a celebration of transitioning back into the normalcy of seeing a big rock show with our friends, and in the process, reaching out to our homeless community at a most critical time,” Ament said in a news release. (He’ll be there, too.)
Date: Friday, June 18, 8 p.m. (Available for streaming at home through June 21 via nugs.net.)
Venue: Ogren-Allegiance Park.
Cost: Tickets are $14.99. For the livestream, go to bit.ly/3v0UCPD
For the in-person event, go to bit.ly/356TqQ5
Area 406 Festival
A dance music festival with 15 regional DJs and headliners Ahee, Megan Hamilton and one more to be announced soon. Plus a silent disco, food trucks, vendors, live painting and artists. On-site camping available.
Date: Friday, July 2
Venue: Kalispell, Flathead County Fairgrounds.
Cost: Tickets are $38 for early buyers plus fees.
The Nashville country songsmith is living “The Good Life” on this latest tour.
Date: Thursday, July 29.
Venue: KettleHouse Amphitheater.
Cost: : $35-$45.
Allman Betts Band
The next-generation (literally) Southern rock band is back on the road that goes on forever, with a stop at the Blackfoot for their “Down to the River” hits.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 12.
Venue: The Wilma.
The bluegrass/Americana ripper is returning to Missoula after an appearance at River City Roots Festival in 2018.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 19.