Pre-sale tickets have just been released to the all-ages Ladysmith Black Mambazo show set for March 1 at the Babcock Theatre.
The Men’s Holiday Chorus, directed by Scott Corey, is presenting a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 13 with the Community Band at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Country singer James Otto will bring his Acoustic Storytellers Show to the Pub Station in Billings on March 18.
Metal heads rejoice. Machine Head is on the way.
The Billings Symphony Orchestra & Chorale celebrates the spirit of the holidays with its 10th annual Holiday Tour of Homes on Dec. 13 from noon to 4 p.m.
Magic City Blues is partnering with Montana Brewing Co. to present the Last Best Country Fest on July 10 and 11 at South Park.
The American Lutheran Church, 5 Lewis Ave., is presenting a three-part advent recital series at 12:05 p.m. on Fridays beginning Dec. 5 with Joe Sullivan performing on organ and piano.
The Pub Station, which opened last week 2502 First Ave. N., announced a bunch of live shows in coming months.
Rocky Mountain College’s annual “Festival of Lessons and Carols” will usher in the holiday season on Sunday at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church, on the corner of 13th and Poly Drive, in Billings. It is free and open to the public.
Montana State University Billings music department presents an evening of holiday music on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., in Cisel Recital Hall.
It’s still dark outside at Riverside Middle School when three dozen students enter the back door near the gym.
The 8th annual Headwaters Country Jam will feature country singer Trace Adkins during the 3-day festival, set for June 25-27 near Three Forks.
For more than two decades, the Messiah Festival has been a heartwarming, holiday tradition for the Billings community.
With a pitch so true and a sound so precise, the King’s Singers have become one of the most celebrated vocal ensembles since the six-man group was founded in 1968.
Five-time ACM award winner Clint Black is bringing his “An Intimate Evening” tour to the Alberta Bair Theater on March 4.
The Big Sky Chorus wants to help get Billings in the mood with the annual Celebration of Holiday Songs on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 11 a.m. on the first floor of Billings Public Library.
More shows — most of them free — have been booked for the new Pub Station at 2502 First Avenue North in downtown Billings.
Lionel Young pays tribute to almost a century of blues musicians who have gone before him, yet he seeks to reinvent the genre in his original songs.
The Yellowstone Chamber Players will present a percussion-infused program Sunday at 3 p.m. in MSU Billings’ Cisel Recital Hall.
Emphatic tops three-band bill for free Pub Station show Monday, Dec. 15. Also set to play are 9Electric and Kaleido.
Country singer Granger Smith has booked a Sunday, Feb. 22, show for the Pub Station.
Hip-hop group Nappy Roots has announced a Jan. 22 show for the Pub Station at 2502 First Ave. N. in Billings.
Minneapolis-based band Gypsy Lumberjacks, who play a mix of world beat, flamenco, Caribbean, Gypsy jazz and bluegrass styles, will roll into the Pub Station for a free show Dec. 16.