Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 30

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 3/30
 
Sean Michael Devine (MISC) at the Red Bird Wine Bar
7PM
FREE
All Ages
111 North Higgins Ave.
 

Joe Pug with Field Report (FOLK and ACOUSTIC) at the Top Hat Lounge 
8:30
21+
Tickets: $10 advance / $12 DOS
134 W Front St.

Tuesday 3/31
 
Nonpoint, 36 Crazyfists (ROCK) at Stage 112
8PM
Description: The band continues to deliver unique, uncompromising, and undeniable hard rock on its self-titled ninth studio album and first for Razor & Tie. Weathering lineup changes, label shifts, and other trials and tribulations, founding members Elias Soriano [vocals] and Robb Rivera [drums] regrouped with fresh blood–Dave Lizzio [guitar], Adam Wolosyzn [bass], and Rasheed Thomas [guitar]–and captured pure fire this time around.
18+
Tickets: $15
112 N Pattee St.
 

Wolf and the Moons (Acoustic) at the Lolo Peak Brewing Company
6PM
All Ages
6201 Brewery Way, Lolo

Wednesday 4/1
 
Blue Moon (JAZZ) at the Top Hat Lounge

7PM
FREE
All Ages
134 W Front St.

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Dinner and a Movie: French Kiss at the Crystal Theater 4/1 at7PM

 

Dinner and a Movie: French Kiss (FILM and FOOD) at the Crystal Theater
7PM
All Ages
515 S Higgins Ave.

Thursday 4/2

Mary Place and Blue Moon (BLUES)  at the Union Club
5:30PM
All Ages
208 E. Main St.

Jeff Carroll (ACOUSTIC) at Lolo Peak Brewing Company
6PM
All Ages
6201 Brewery Way, Lolo

John Howard’s Homegrown Comedy (COMEDY) at the Union Club
9:30PM
21+
208 E Main St.

Friday 4/3

Tom Catmull’s Radio Static (ROCK) at the Union Club
9PM
21+
208 E Main St.

Journey through the Himalaya (LECTURE/FUNDRAISER) at Zootown Brew
5:30PM
Description: Join the Nature-Link Institute for this onetime event. You will be transported to the Himalaya through food, presentations of culture, and crafts. A full Indian dinner will be provided by Theo Smith the proprietor of Missoula’s very own Masala. Dinner will be accompanied by a presentation from the Nature-Link Institute on culture and crafts of the high Himalaya. Following dinner there will be a presentation by John Roskelley, legendary Himalayan mountaineer and recipient of the Golden Ice Axe Lifetime Achievement Award–one of only six people to ever receive such an honor. Handmade rugs and photographs of Himalayan culture will be available for purchase. All proceeds go directly to help Himalayan women develop traditional handicrafts as a livelihood option.

Event: 5:30pm – Meet and Greet, 6:00pm – Curry Dinner, 6:30pm – Cultural Presentations by Nature-Link
Institute and Indian Himalaya Representative, 7:30pm – Door Open to General Public, 8:00pm – John
Roskelley Presentation, 9:00pm – Conclusion.Tickets: Must be purchased at Zootown Brew in advance, 121 W. Broadway, Missoula. $30.00 includes Indian dinner, Nature-Link Institute Presentation, and John Roskelley Presentation. *Only 50 tickets will be available for dinner (Catered by: Masala Food Cart)* $10.00 includes John Roskelley Presentation only (sold at the door 7:30pm)

The Awful Truth, Mendelssohn, & No Fancy (ROCK/FOLK) at VFW
9PM
21+
Description: Minneapolis-based band The Awful Truth explores duality and layered meanings through music and intuition. They will melt your heart and warm your soul with just guitar, drums, bass, cello, and harmonized vocals. They join Missoula bands Mendelssohn and No Fancy on their way home from playing Treefort Music Festival. The Awful Truth releases their new album Lakewater April 7. Mendelssohn and No Fancy also have new records, slated to release later this spring.
245 W Main St.

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Wild Rabbit Plays The Palace on 4/3 at10PM

 

Wild Rabbit (ACOUSTIC) at The Palace
10PM
21+
Description: Backyard folk seasoned by the edge, polish and fervor of big-city inclinations is at the root of Wild Rabbits distinctive style they call folk-stomp Americana. The group revamps classic string band instrumentation with homespun percussion and the unique integration of six-string ukulele and cello. The bands lively playing revolves around the trio of lead-vocalists, brothers Zach (lead guitar, vocals, kick drum harmonica) and Nathan Hamer (ukulele, vocals mandolin), Miranda Zickler (vocals, banjo, rhythm guitar, percussion piano) and Jillian Walker (cello back-up vocals).

With their widely varying influences, three distinct vocal styles and copious amounts of foot-stomping, they demonstrate a sound and presence that’s at once original and familiar, appealing to audiences of all generations and genres. Voted best band in their home city of Bellingham, WA in 2013, they have quickly risen to local notoriety and now tour extensively throughout the U.S. The band recently recorded their first full-length album, The Wild North, at famed Bear Creek Studio (The Lumineers, Fleet Foxes) in Seattle, Wa.
147 W Broadway

 

 

 

 

 

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