The Portland, Ore. heavy metal band Red Fang is set to perform Saturday, Nov. 29 at the new Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. North in downtown Billings.
Warren Haynes co-founded Gov’t Mule and performs with Phil Lesh and Friends, the Allman Brothers Band and David Allen Coe.
So You Think You Can Dance Live, the 11-time Emmy Award-winning television show, is coming to the Alberta Bair Theater Sunday, Feb. 15.
Concerts by The Used and Taking Back Sunday, and the Dropkick Murphys, have been moved to the Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings at 2812 Second Ave. N.
The sledgehammers will start swinging Saturday in a community effort to convert a former downtown bowling alley into an independent movie house.
Surrealist artist T. L. Solien’s new body of work, inspired by both literary sources and historical epochs, is up at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
“Forward Facing: A look at Portraits by Twentieth-Century Masters” opens Monday, Sept. 22 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Reggae rockers Jon Wayne and the Pain are set to play the Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings Friday, Oct. 3.
Dropkick Murphys will bring their signature sound of loud guitars, brash lyrics and catchy hooks to the Babcock Theatre for a show on Sept. 23
Jon Wayne and the Pain and Cure For the Common are playing an Oct. 3 show at the Babcock Theatre.
Billings Public Library's Bookmobile will make stops at the following sites this week:
“The Ehrich Weisz Chronicles: Demon Gate”
“Off the Path: An Anthology of 21st Century Montana American Indian Writers”
Billings resident and Apsáalooke member Christian Parrish Takes the Gun aka Supaman won the award for best music video at the Aboriginal Peoples Music Choice Awards. The video was shot in the Billings Gazette's Studio Enjoy and features Supam…