Make it Missoula Monday | Week of April 18

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:

The International Wildlife Film Festival is happening in Missoula This week. We can’t possibly list all the events, so be sure to check out the full schedule here.

Monday 4/18

IWFF: Ocean Stories (FILM) at the Roxy Theater
5PM
All Ages
718 S Higgins Ave.

IWFF: The Pursuit of Hippo-ness & Life Force 2: Africa’s Albertine Rift (FILM) at the Roxy Theater
5PM
All Ages
718 S Higgins Ave.

Jazzoula, Missoula Jazz Festival (JAZZ/COMMUNITY EVENT) at St. Anthony Parish Community Hall
6:30PM
Description5-night community celebration of jazz. 12th annual Jazzoula runs Monday -Friday, April 18-22. doors open 6 each night with full bar and food available. music starts 6:30 nightly. 25 bands including basement boyz, Eden Atwood, Canta Brasil, um jazz combo, Josh farmer, Joan zen, Pete hand, Ed stalling … tickets at Rockin Rudy’s 542-0077 and at the door. $12; $10 senior/student. $25 ($20 senior/student) for full 5-night pass.
217 Tremont St.

Tom Catmull (MISC) at the Red Bird Wine Bar
7PM
All Ages
FREE
111 N Higgins Ave.

 

Tuesday 4/19

IWFF River Walk With A Naturlist (MISC) at the Roxy Theater
9PM
Description: 
9:00AM-11:00AM – Morning Activity: River Walk With A Naturalist *Passholders Only* Meet at The Roxy for a walk along the beautiful Clark Fork River, led by a naturalist from Missoula’s Natural History Center.
All Ages
718 S Higgins Ave.

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Missoula Symphony Cabaret Concert III, Katherine Chi (CLASSICAL) at the Top Hat Lounge
7:30PM
All Ages
Description: 
The Missoula Symphony Association & the Top Hat Lounge Present Cabaret Series Concert III Katherine Chi & Your Symphony Stars. Concert/5:30-6:30pm Dinner Seating
The first woman to win the prestigious Prize Laureate of the Honens International Piano Competition, Katherine Chi is firmly established as a star, and as a sought-after soloist of musical and technical distinction. Her intense and daring performances are balanced with marvelous expression and keen wit. Ms. Chi will collaborate with some of the top stars of your Missoula Symphony Orchestra for an exciting and diverse evening of music.
134 W Front St.

Wednesday 4/20

Joan Zen (ACOUSTIC) at Great Burn Brewing
6PM
Description: 
Coming from the sincere motivation to bring happiness to the lives of others, Joan Zen strives to uplift her audiences with lasting feelings of joyousness. In a world filled with struggles, Joan Zen’s music can be taken as an elixir of love and life. Using thoughtful lyrics imbued with sometimes prescriptive antidotes to suffering, combined with deeply infectious grooviness, JZ endeavors to bring positivity and high-energy to each and every show.
All Ages
2230 McDonald Ave.

Cheech & Chong’s: Up In Smoke (FILM) at the Wilma Theatre
7PM
All Ages
131 S Higgins Ave.

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Martha Scanlan plays the Top HatLounge.

Martha Scanlan (FOLK/ACOUSTIC) at the Top Hat Lounge
8PM
Description: Top Hat Entertainment presents old-time, traditional music singer-songwriter Martha Scanlan for a seated performance at the Top Hat Lounge. Tickets available at the Top Hat, online or by phone at 877-987-6487. General admission seating and general admission standing tickets are available. All ages welcome.
134 W. Front St.

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Peelander-Z Rooster Sauce EatStrike

Peelander-Z Rooster Sauce Eat Strike (ROCK/SALSA) at Stage 112
10PM
18+
Tickets: $5 Adv; $7 DOS
112 N Pattee St.

Thursday 4/21

 

Scott Pemberton Trio (ROCK) at the Top Hat Lounge
10PM
21+
134 W Front St.

IWFF: SEED:The Untold Story (FILM) at the Roxy Theater
7PM
All Ages
718 S Higgins Ave.

Friday 4/22

Irish Music Session (FOLK) at the Union Club
6PM
21+
208 E Main St.

Charla Bauman (ROCK) at Missoula Brewing Company
6PM
All Ages
134 W Front St.

IWFF: Eath Day Party with the Whizpops! (MISC) at the Wilma Theatre
6PM
Description: Special Admission $5 – Kids are FREE Come celebrate our amazing planet with Missoula’s own Whizpops! – the fun and lively band that the Missoulian calls “kids’ music done right.” Following the show around for two breathtaking IMAX productions National Parks Adventures and Humpback Whales.
All Ages
134 W Front St.


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