Transcendent and Communal: Folk Trio Caamp Confirms Return to Missoula

Touring in support of their forthcoming album, folk trio Caamp will return to Missoula on Saturday, November 2, 2019 — this time graduating to a headlining show on the big stage at the Wilma.

While it is their first headlining show at the Wilma, it isn’t their first time playing the venue. They opened for Rainbow Kitten Surprise in May 2018 and played to a sold out crowd. Several months later they headlined the Top Hat and once again played to another sold out crowd. It looks like Caamp has a nice thing going for them.

It was only in 2016 when Caamp released their self titled debut album. The LP racked up 52 million streams with a staggering 25 million streams just for their single “Vagabond.” As Missoula’s past sold out show has proved, the band’s fan base is no fluke. Caamp’s live shows are transcendent, communal experiences and they’ll continue to take their show to new places throughout 2019.

The Columbus, Ohio based band was originally a duo, comprised of Taylor Meier and Evan Westfall. They brought on a third member and longtime friend, Matt Vinson, to join on bass just before recording their newest album By and By, slated to drop July 26th on Mom + Pop Records. Their latest single, “Penny, Head Up,” came out late April.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 17th at 10AM. See the event pages below for more info.