This Week in Concerts: November 21st thru November 27th

Sold out show with Primus at the Wilma, Community Action Series at the Top Hat, Dusty Pockets play benefit concert, and more!

Take a look at this week’s lineup below.

Friday, November 22nd
Devon Worley Band at the Top Hat



The Devon Worley Band was forged out of raw talent. Devon’s undeniable ability drew top-tier touring musicians to her side at a very early age. While every other teenage girl was hanging out at the mall snap chatting their boyfriends, Devon’s teenage years were spent paying dues, traveling with her band, and touring relentlessly across the heartland; playing just about every bar, fair and festival in the grain belt.

Now in her early 20’s, Devon Worley and her band have taken the Midwest music scene by storm and are garnering critical acclaim and national attention. Their latest full length album “The Sunrise Resistance” has caught the attention of not only country music fans across the country, but also Nashville insiders eager to see more of the band’s no-rules writing style.

10:15 PM | FREE | 21+ |  MORE INFO

Saturday, November 23rd
Primus at the Wilma



Primus began their journey as cult rock heroes with the acclaimed albums Sailing the Seas of Cheese (1991), Pork Soda (1993), and Tales from the Punch Bowl (1995) — all of which went gold and or platinum.

Their most recent album The Desaturating Seven was released in 2017 and was inspired by the children’s book The Rainbow Goblins. PopMatters’ Chris Conaton called the album “the tightest, most focused album of Primus’ career.” Primus is Les Claypool (bass), Larry “Ler” LaLonde (guitar), and Tim “Herb” Alexander (drums).

8:00 PM | SOLD OUT | All Ages |  MORE INFO

Saturday, November 23rd
Ranges and Panther Car at the Top Hat



RANGES is an instrumental post-rock band from Bozeman, Montana. Founded in 2013, RANGES has spent over half a decade working toward gaining an audience which is truly international in scope. They recently released their full-length album ‘Babel’ on September 30th through A Thousand Arms Music (US) and dunk!records (EU).

Panther Car comes in the shape of a traditional rock band yet sounds far from it. Their amorphous brand of pop music teeters between the radiant iridescence of psychedelia and the murky darkness of dreams. Every moment is a door that opens into a new room. Songs progress through tangential wormholes as in an ecstatic conversation; music that is equal parts meditation and celebration. Hard to categorize, maybe Panther Car is better defined by negation. Panther Car is not something you want to miss.

10:15 PM | FREE | 21+ |  MORE INFO

Saturday, November 23rd
Funksgiving at the Rialto


Funksgiving at the Rialto


This is the 7th annual Funskgiving, a 70s themed event for everyone who likes to get down and get funky. The sold out show features the spicy sounds of THE SWEET GROOVALICIOUS FUNK MACHINE! Proceeds will be shared with Run Dog Run, the 2019 non-profit partner.


8:00 PM | SOLD OUT | All Ages |  MORE INFO

Tuesday, November 26th
Clark Fork Coalition Fundraiser at the Top Hat



As part of the Logjam Foundations’ Community Action Series, Logjam Presents will host a fundraising event for the Clark Fork Coalition at the Top Hat on November 26th where 25% of all food and beverage sales between 6pm – 9pm will be donated to the Clark Fork Coalition.

6:00 PM | FREE | All Ages |  MORE INFO

Wednesday, November 27th
The Dusty Pockets & Friends at the Rialto



The Dusty Pockets are made up of Dave Walther (guitar and vocals), Matt Rogers (guitar), Garret Rhinard (keys), John Alex Griffith (bass and vocals), and Joe Sheehan (drums and vocals).

In addition to the core members, this show will feature Torrin Daniels & Shawn Swain of the Kitchen Dwellers, as well as The Horn Stars, Bozeman High School Orchestra, and more. A portion of the proceeds will go to Bozeman Friends of Music to benefit local K-12 music programs.

8:00 PM | All Ages |  Tickets & MORE INFO


Complete event listings can be found here.