Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 23

It’s Make it Missoula Monday.  Each week, Trail 103.3 DJ, Craig Johnson shares his picks of the week for Missoula happenings. You can hear him discuss them on-air each Monday at 9:00 am. Here’s what’s happening this week:

Monday 3/23

Britchy (MISC) at the Red Bird Wine Bar
7PM
FREE
All Ages
111 North Higgins Ave.O Radiant Dawn: Music of Light and Life (CLASSICAL) at the University of Montana’s Dennison Theater

7:30PM
Description: Join the University of Montana Women’s Chorus, University Choir and special guests Hellgate High School Chamber Choir for a concert featuring music exploring the many guises of light in our existence. Featured works include music by James MacMillan, Robert Schumann, Z. Randall Stroope, Joseph Haydn, Bob Chilcott and others.
All Ages
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Yonder Mountain String Band plays the Wilma on 3/25 at7:30.

Tuesday 3/24

Life and Tinmes of Jimmie Rogers (MISC) at the Missoula Public Library
4PM
Description: 
Missoula Public Library hosts the Humanities Montana speakers John and Ed Kemmick, brothers who play the music and tell the story of Jimmie Rodgers. Rodgers was known in his time as The Singing Brakeman and The Blue Yodeler, and after it as The Father of Country Music. Come experience the music that has influenced countless musicians in many genres, and still remains as powerful and affecting as it was when it was new.
All Ages
301 E Main St.
 

Sam Lachow (HIP HOP) at the Palace
9PM
Description:  
Sam Lachow has been coming up in the Seattle rapper rankings since releasing 2 projects in 2014; his second full length album Huckleberry, followed by his 80 Bar EP in November. To join the road on this west coast ‘Watch Your Mouth’ tour, he is bringing along 21 year old Illinois based hip-hop artist Futuristic, who uses his humor, intelligence, and real life experiences to make music that’s like no one else’s.

ALL AGES
Tics: $12 in advance, $15 day of show
147 W Broadway

Wednesday 3/25

Joan Zen (ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
7PM
FREE
All Ages

Yonder Mountain String Band (BLUEGRASS) at the Wilma Theater
7:30 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $25 Advance / $30 Day of Show
131 S Higgins Ave.

Gill & the Spills (BLUEGRASS) at The Top Hat Lounge
10:30 PM
21+
FREE
134 W Front St.

Thursday 3/26

Pippin (THEATRE) at the University of Montana PARTV Center
7:30PM
Description: The search for meaning and the wish to lead an extraordinary life are brought to dazzling, surreal life in this Tony Award-winning musical. In a decidedly anachronistic King Charlemagne’s court, young prince Pippin must choose between contentment and glory and is guided and goaded on his quest by a troupe of traveling performers and their enigmatic, charismatic Leading Player.
Tickets: $20 General Public, $16 Seniors (60 )/Students (with any student ID), $10 Children 12 and under

The Curry Comedy Series (COMEDY/FOOD) at The Roxy Theater
6PM
Description: Coming back to the historic Roxy Theater, Thursday March 26th, this fun night out includes a delicious trio of authentic Indian Curries and some of the best local stand up comedians here in Montana! Presented and hosted by Ethan Sky, featuring Becky Margolis, John Howard, Clinton Lawson, Duane Raider, Michael Beers, and Chef Theo Smith from Masala providing the local dinner. Seating is limited!!!
Tickets: Advanced $18; Day of the Show $20.
718 S Higgins Ave.

CurryComedyMarch-thJerry Joseph & the Jackmormons (ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
10PM
18+
Tickets: $10 or $8 in advance
134 W Front St.

Friday 3/27

Traditional Irish Music (FOLK) at the Union Club
6 PM
21+
Description: Every Friday at 6:00 during happy hour Traditional Irish Music Session. An authentic taste of Ireland listening to Western Montana’s excellent traditional Irish musicians. You will hear jigs, reels, hornpipes, waltzes and songs. Come tap your feet or sing along.
208 E Main St.

Idle Ranch Hands (ROCK) At the Union Club
9PM

21+
208 E Main St.

Locksaw Cartel & The John Adam Smith Band (ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
10PM
21+
Tickets $5 at the door
134 W Front St.

Saturday 3/28

Hey Marseilles (ROCK) at Stage 112
8PM
18+
Tickets: $11 Advance / $12 Day of Show
112 N Pattee

The Rainmaker (THEATRE) at Missoula Community Theatre
7:30 PM
All Ages
DESCRIPTION: The Missoula Community Theatre is proud to present The Rainmaker, N. Richard Nash’s charming non-musical play about love, family, drought and forgiveness. Greg Johnson, Artistic Director for the Montana Repertory Theatre, is the guest director of this romantic comedy, set on a Midwestern farm during the Great Depression. The Rainmaker is a story about the Curry family and the chances we take when we release ourselves of fear, habit and routine.

 

 

 

 

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