An indie-folk double bill is heading to Missoula's Big Sky Brewing Amphitheater.
The Avett Brothers and the Head and the Heart will perform on Sunday, Sept. 16.
They run $42.50 for general admission lawn or $67.50 for seated general admission.
The North Carolina band released an album, "True Sadness," in 2016. HBO and Judd Apatow made an accompanying documentary, "May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers," about the creation of the record. "True Sadness" and one of its songs, "Ain't No Man," were nominated for Grammys.
Chicago indie-rolk band The Head and the Heart played at Big Sky last summer for the Decemberists' two-day festival, Travelers' Rest.
Hannibal Burress, one of the funniest stand-up comedians in the world, is coming to the Wilma.
Burress' latest stand-up special, "Comedy Camisado" is streaming on Netflix.
He's appeared on "Broad City," "The Eric Andre Show," and has written for Saturday Night Live and "30 Rock." He might be most famous for cracking a joke about past sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby that stirred national attention, including lawsuits and multiple accusers coming forward.
Burress will appear in Missoula on Wednesday, May 9. Tickets are $35-$45, available at the Top Hat, logjampresents.com or 877-987-6487.
Singer-songwriter Michael Martin Murphey has rescheduled his concerts at the Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts for Monday-Tuesday, April 2-3.
People who bought tickets for the Nov. 6 show will be admitted to the April 2 show and people with Nov. 7 tickets should come to the April 3 show. Tickets are still available at bigforkcenter.org or Electric Avenue Gifts.
The weekend-long Silver Cloud Campout festival in Haugan announced the line-up for its fourth installment.
This year, the grounds of the 50,000 Silver Dollar will play host to Leftover Salmon, Fruition, Lil Smokies, the Werks, Kitchen Dwellers, Dead Winter Carpenters, Jelly Bread, Cascade Crescendo, Ginstrings, Dodgy Mountain Men, Trego, Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs and more.
As the name indicates, there's camping on site for the all-ages, family-friendly festival.
Tickets go on sale April 1. Watch for updates next week when silvercloudcampout.com goes live.