Missoula is gearing up for the summertime - and that can mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For some, it means getting out on the river; for others, it means doing some traveling. But for many people, it means spending way too much money on concert tickets.

Who's Ready For Some Summer Concerts?

Every year, it seems like Missoula tries to step its game up, continuing to bring in more and more incredible artists. Some come back almost every year, others get to experience a Zootown crowd for the first time.

And this year's slate of concerts in Missoula has a little something for everybody - classic rockers, up-and-comers, indie darlings, country superstars, jam bands, and more. Want something nostalgic? Why not check out Third Eye Blind, Chicago, or Goo Goo Dolls? Wanna hear something new? How about Fitz and the Tantrums, The Head and the Heart, or Maren Morris?

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It was such an incredible feeling to get live music back in 2021 after being dark for a whole year, and it's exciting to keep that going with another round of killer shows for Missoula to check out.

Not sure where to start? Well, that's where we come in - here's a handy guide of every major concert coming through Missoula this summer. (And yeah, yeah - the Kettlehouse Amphitheater is technically in Bonner. Whatever, it still counts!)

Using the kickoff to the Kettlehouse's summer season as a starting point, we've compiled 35 shows happening at the Kettlehouse Amphitheater, the Big Sky Brewing Co. Amphitheater, and the Adams Center from May through September. Which one are you most excited to see?

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