February Events To Check Out In Missoula
February is upon us. Valentine's Day, Black History Month and President's Day (I don't know who celebrates President's Day anymore) headline the second month of the year.
If you're looking for other events we've got you covered. Here are NUMBER of events to do in Missoula this month.
105th Forester's Ball (February 2 & 3)
Live music, a beer garden and flannels. The 105th Forester's Ball hits the town tonight with all money going to the UM Forestry Student scholarships. 7 pm start at Schreiber Gym.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (February 2-3, 9-10)
Westside Theater's next play features the Broadway play Hedwig and the Angry Inch. 7:30 start times every day with 10:30 additions on February 3 and 10.
Missoula Indoor Boat Show & Sale (February 9-19)
Are you interested in a fishing boat or a pontoon or a sports boat? Then the Missoula Indoor Boat Show is your day. Check it out for over a week at Bretz RV & Marine.
Fire on Ice Hockey (February 10)
Zoso: The Led Zeppelin Experience (February 10)
Led Zeppelin cover band at the Wilma Theater. Sign me up.
Big Sky Documentary Film Festival (February 16-25)
THe 21st annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival hits Zoo Town for a full week. There are a ton of films displayed over the week, so I will let you check them out here: BIG SKY FILM FESTIVAL LINEUP
Jon Pardi Concert (February 23)
REMINDER: Pardi's concert was rescheduled from last year to February 23, 2024 at Adams Center. If you've been holding onto those tickets just wait a little longer and the night will be here.
Special Olympics Polar Plunge (February 24)
Raise some money for Special Olympics Montana and plunge yourself into the freezing waters at the Missoula County Fairgrounds.
Winter BrewFest (February 24)
After jumping into frigid waters, go grab a beer at Winter Brewfest at Caras Par. Fingers crossed it's not below zero-like cold.
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