Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Sept 28

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 9/28

SIN – Service Industry Night (DJ/ELECTRONIC) at Plonk
6PM
Description: 
SIN is Service Industry Night at Plonk. Ask for the SIN menu for exclusive deals on special appetizers & drinks. Live DJ and house beats late night.
21+
322 N Higgins Ave

Tuesday 9/29

Marti Stuart (COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS) at the Top Hat Lounge
8PM
18+
Tickets: $24 Advance/$28 DOS
112 N Pattee St.

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Marty Stuart plays the Top Hat Lounge 9/29 @8PM

 

Wednesday 9/30

Captain Wilson Conspiracy (JAZZ) at the Top Hat Lounge
7PM
All Ages
134 W Front St.

Death Cab for Cutie (ROCK) at the University of Montana Adams Center
7:30PM
All Ages
University of Montana

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Death Cab for Cutie Plays the Adams Center 9/30 @7:30PM

Red Fang/Wild Throne/Total Combined Weight at the Palace 
8PM
All Ages

147 W Broadway

Borgore (ELECTRONIC) at the Bandlander
9PM
18+
208 Ryman

Thursday 10/1

The First Annual Montana Film Festival (FILM) at the Roxy Theater
4PM
Description: 
On October 1-4, 2015 The Roxy Theater will host the first annual MONTANA FILM FESTIVAL in beautiful downtown Missoula, Montana. MTFF will bring a lineup of new, acclaimed independent films and recent festival hits, including Four made-in-Montana movie premieres and a Montana film retrospective to highlight the state’s past, present and future cinematic glory. The Festival begins at 4pm on Thursday and continues with the following days all starting at 2pm.
18+
718 S Higgins Ave.

Keema and the Keepsakes (COUNTRY) at Draught Works Brewery
6PM
All Ages
915 Toole Ave.

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

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Kung Fu Kongress Plays the Top Hat 10/1 at9:30pm

Kung Fu Kongress (FUNK/ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
9:30 PM
Description: High energy, groovy funk music that forces people onto their feet! This seven-piece funk band is comprised of a full rhythm section and horn section which consistently spew out syncopated tight lines. The eclectic kung fu sound has hips shaking and brain cogs turning the world over.
21+
134 W Front St.

Friday 10/2

Russ Nasset & the Revelators (ROCK) at the Union Club
9PM
21+
208 E Main St.

Wayne Horvitz & Wartimes Blues (ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
10PM
Description: 
Known for his multifaceted musical personality, composer/musician Wayne Horvitz ventures into progressively-inclined acoustic jazz and ultra-modern classicism in his latest album, Some Places Are Forever Afternoon. Written in honor of the iconic Northwest poet Richard Hugo (1923-82), Some Places Are Forever Afternoon is a full-length suite of 12 compositions influenced by different poems of Hugo’s. In its final iteration, Some Places Are Forever Afternoon will tour in Fall 2015 including stops in the Northwest where Hugo lived, loved or wrote about and a New York City premiere at Roulette; there will also be a world premiere of an orchestral work for Seattle Symphony and guitarist Bill Frisell.
134 W Front St.

 

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