Spring has sprung in Missoula, and the music-scene is following suit. No need to change your reservations to catch a show during your stay here—there’s always something going. If you’re passing through Missoula this spring and have that itch for live music, take a look at all of the 2019 spring concerts coming our way.

At the Wilma

5 minutes from the Comfort Inn

If you ever cruise through downtown Missoula and see a long line winding down Higgins Avenue, they’re probably going to a concert at the Wilma Theater. The historic venue was built in 1921 by William “Billy” Simons and dedicated to his wife, light opera artist Edna Wilma. The contrast of historic touches from the 1920’s with modern musicians is pure magic.

April 11: Steel Pulse

April 18: Reckless Kelly

April 20: Portland Cello Project

May 2: George Thorogood & The Destroyers

May 3: Arlo Guthrie

May 6: Jai Wolf

June 1: Bela Fleck & The Flecktones

June 2: Chromeo

June 3: Little Feat

June 19: Aaron Lewis

At the Kettlehouse

10 minutes from the Comfort Inn

The Kettlehouse Amphitheater is a combination of three things near and dear to our hearts in Missoula—live music, delicious beer and the great outdoors. This 4,250-capacity venue sits right outside of town, nestled on the banks of the Blackfoot River. Kettlehouse concerts really start to pick up in the summer, so stay tuned for our summer concert blog in June!

June 2: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead

June 18: Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles

At Big Sky

10 minutes from the Comfort Inn

There’s something about beer and music in Missoula—we just can’t seem to keep them apart. The Big Sky Amphitheater sits right behind the Big Sky Taproom, and those guys know how to do concerts. As soon as you enter you’ll find a sprawling lawn where people set up chairs and blankets, food trucks serve local dishes, and (of course) beer tents pour Big Sky Brewing favorites. Big things are coming in summer, so make sure to check out our summer concert blog in June.

May 17: Lee Brice

June 14: Brad Paisley

Top Hat Lounge

5 minutes from the Comfort Inn

Where do we start? While Top Hat is smaller than the Wilma Theater across the street, it still packs a punch when it comes to live music. They have shows almost every day of the week, ranging from free concerts by Missoula locals to big-name artists passing through. Top Hat is constantly adding shows to their lineup, so check out their events calendar for the most up-to-date information.

Cover photo by Neubauer Media courtesy of Logjam Presents