Three big acts in country music, Toby Keith, Keith Urban and the Band Perry, are headlining the Big Horn Country USA Music Festival next June 18-20 in Sheridan, Wyo.
Remember the Gh’oul Days, a classic rock brew and music festival, is Saturday at Beartooth Harley Davidson.
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, the Deadnecks, and an act to be announced later are playing the Babcock Theatre on Oct. 10 in a show presented by Cub Collective and 11:11 Presents.
Thankfully, the roles were never as good for Danielle Egnew in college as they were at West High when she played Marian the Librarian in “The Music Man” in 1987.
The Wailin’ Jennys — Nicky Mehta, Ruth Moody and Heather Masse, three distinct voices that together make an achingly perfect vocal sound — return to Alberta Bair Theater for a 7:30 p.m. show on Thursday.
The Yellowstone Chamber Players will open the 2014-15 season Sunday with a 3 p.m. concert at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
A country music concert featuring five local bands performing for a total of five hours and benefiting the Provost Guard of the Shrine organization is Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Shrine Auditorium.
Billings poet and performance artist Dave Caserio, debuts his first published collection of poetry, “This Vanishing,” at a public book launch and signing on Thursday, Oct. 2, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Buchanan Capital, 201 N. Broadway.
Magic City Blues is presenting an all-ages show by Portland, Ore., indie rocker Sallie Ford on Nov. 3 at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.’s Garage Pub.
“A View without a Room,” a program designed to teach photography skills to those experiencing homelessness and who are formerly homeless, begins Friday at del Alma Gallery, 2507 Montana Ave. The opening is from 5 to 8 p.m.
A five-band bill headlined by Decapitated is set for Nov. 9 at the Babcock Theatre in downtown Billings.
The Billings Symphony Orchestra concert was big Saturday night.
Metallica and Pink Floyd are coming to town — sort of.
Billings based Americana-blues band Broken Bow performs their song "Know My Name."
Anne Harrigan has held good on her promise from the very beginning to pair great visual imagery with symphonic masterpieces.
Lily Kershaw is perky for such an old soul.
In honor of Anne Harrigan’s 10th season as the director of the Billings Symphony Orchestra, we asked her to give us some facts about her that folks in Billings probably didn’t know. Here they are in her words:
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.
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.