Seventy-five years have gone by since Judy Garland tucked Toto under her arm and headed for Oz.
Former Billings resident Robert Elder is bringing his latest book, “The Film That Changed My Life,” to the Babcock Theatre on Sunday for a reading.
The Three Days Grace show with Sick Puppies, originally scheduled to be held at the Shrine Auditorium Tuesday, July 29, has been moved to the Babcock Theatre.
Chicago alternative rock band Chevelle is playing the Babcock Theatre with opener Highly Suspect on Sunday at 7 p.m.
Piano in 3-D is how pianist Darin Niebuhr describes his collaborative program, “Dancing on the Edge.”
Christian rock band Kutless is playing a free show at the Babcock Theatre on Sunday, April 20, starting at 11 a.m.
Platinum-selling Vancouver quartet Theory of a Deadman performs May 13 at the Babcock Theatre with Adelitas Way. Tickets go on sale April 4.
The Babcock Theatre is hosting the Funk Fest New Orleans to Montana Jam Saturday starting at 7 p.m.
ABBA Mania, the original tribute from London’s West End, is coming to the Babcock Theatre for an April 2 performance.
Audio Adrenaline is bringing its Kings and Queens Tour to Billings on Oct. 30 with Disciple, Stellar Kart and Ryan Stevenson.
Just look over the list of 26 comics from three countries, 16 judges from organizations like Comedy Central, MTV and VH1, and get ready to be impressed.
A new documentary film, “Indian Relay,” by Charles Dye and MontanaPBS, is screening in eight cities, including Billings at 4 p.m. Oct. 20.
Skyview High graduate Alex Brinkman came up the big winner in the second annual Magic City Shorts on Saturday night at the Babcock Theatre.
Magic City Shorts, a grassroots short film festival, is being presented at the Babcock Theatre on Saturday.
Sevendust is coming to the Babcock Theatre with openers 10 Years for Sept. 20 show at the Babcock Theatre.
The Northern Plains Resource Council is holding its fifth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival at a new venue this year — the historic Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings.
Magic City Shorts, a short film festival presented annually by The Billings Gazette and the Babcock Theatre, is extending its submission deadline to Aug. 31.
Citizen Cope is playing an all-ages show the Babcock Theatre on Sept. 24.