Fruition Will Bring Harmony Driven Roots Rock to Montana for Two Shows

Soulful roots rock band Fruition will bring their Broken at the Break of Day Tour to Montana for two concerts in Spring 2020. The first will be at the Rialto in Bozeman on April 3rd and the second at the Top Hat in Missoula on April 4th. Both shows will feature support from TK & The Holy Know Nothings.

No strangers to Montana, the 5-piece folk rockers have frequented the Top Hat over the past few years and also opened for Greensky Bluegrass at KettleHouse Amphitheater in 2018. Check out a couple of the old photo galleries here.

Based in Portland, OR, Fruition have been growing their fervent fan base in the Americana music scene since forming in 2008. Their sound is grounded in 3-part soulful harmonies, mixed with catchy West Coast folk rock. They’ve headlined many tours, as well as opened for big names like the Wood Brothers, Jack Johnson, and the aforementioned Greenksy. They’ve also played at prominent festivals like Telluride Bluegrass, Bonnaroo, DelFest, SXSW, High Sierra Music Fest, String Summit, and many more.

Currently, Fruition is hot off their latest release, Wild As The Night, a 7-song collection of new music centered around diverse Americana, focused songwriting, and the band’s unmistakable vocal blend. Wasting no time, Fruition have already announced another 7-song album, Broken At the Break of Day, due out January 17th, 2020.  Billboard just premiered their latest single “Dawn”.

Tickets go on sale Friday, December 6th at 10AM. Complete details can be found in each of the event pages below.