Jeff Bridges Live in Concert to Benefit the Reelection of Governor Steve Bullock

Academy Award winning actor and musician Jeff Bridges will be performing an Evening of Music and Conversation at the Wilma on Tuesday, March 15. The show is a fundraiser to benefit the reelection of Governor Steve Bullock.

When not filming, Bridges tours the country playing songs from his critically acclaimed self-titled album. Released in 2011, the album was an extension of the artist’s performance in “Crazy Heart” as Bad Blake, the down-on-his-luck, alcoholic country music singer and was produced by his longtime friend T-Bone Burnett. Subsequent albums have followed and Bridges will share stories with the audience about his long career in film and music.

Jeff Bridges and Steve Bullock are friends and have joined forces in the past to raise awareness of childhood hunger in Montana. Bridges and his wife Susan have a ranch in Montana and Susan is a University of Montana alum.

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The concert takes place at the Wilma, 131 South Higgins in Missoula. Doors open at 7p.m. and the show begins at 8p.m. Bridges will be joined on stage by producer/singer/songwriter Chris Pelonis and Governor Steve Bullock. General admission tickets cost $50 and are available for purchase online at thewilma.comor at the Wilma and Top Hat box offices.

All ticket purchases are contributions to Friends of Steve Bullock and subject to Montana campaign contribution limits, restrictions, and reporting requirements. Corporate contributions are not permitted.

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