Nu Metal Bands Drowning Pool & Ill Niño Reschedule Missoula Show to 2022

Platinum certified nu metal band Drowning Pool and metalcore outfit Ill Niño’s performance at The Wilma, originally scheduled for October 26, 2021, has been RESCHEDULED for March 31, 2022. They’ll still be supported by fellow hard rockers Hed PE and Evolution Empire.

All originally purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date. No exchanges necessary. Event details available here.

If you are unable to attend the rescheduled date, refunds will be available until 5pm October 27, 2021 by submitting a Refund Request Form. Refunds will not be available after the refund deadline. 

Tickets

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets are available at the Top Hat in Missoula, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Visit the specific event page below for tickets and more info.

Bozeman

Drowning Pool and Ill Niño also had a performance that had been originally scheduled for The ELM on October 25, 2021 but was postponed. It has now been CANCELED. We know that’s a bummer for folks in Bozeman, but if you don’t mind the drive, you can grab tickets for the Missoula show.

All tickets purchased online through eTix / logjampresents.com will be refunded automatically. For tickets purchased outside of the eTix platform, please see your original point of purchase for refund details.

For more information on box office hours and ticketing please visit our ticketing page. Additional questions regarding refunds and ticketing can be directed to [email protected].

About Drowning Pool

Giant riffs, crowd moving grooves and monstrous vocals are the tools with which DROWNING POOL build triumph out of tragedy, steadily evolve without compromise, and remain true to their supporters with over a decade’s worth of remarkable fortitude and attitude. H​ELLELUJAH is absolutely the album their diehard fans demanded and the aggressive heavy rock world at large deserved.

The platinum­plus conquerors from The Lone Star State deliver their heaviest batch of hell raising anthems, each burning with fiery adrenaline destined to light the radio ablaze and ignite crowds into impassioned sing­alongs. Only a few seconds into the album’s first single, “By the Blood,” it’s evident that H​ellelujah is t​he most aggressive, ambitious, and truly definitive Drowning Pool album since S​inner​, the platinum platter that gave the world Top 20 rock radio hit “Tear Away” and the massively successful “Bodies.”

It doesn’t get more brazenly defiant than Drowning Pool H​ellelujah b​angers like “We Are the Devil,” “Goddamn Vultures,” or “Push”: forward thinking modern rock anthems incorporating classic elements of brutal grooves with melodic power that never once sounds weak. C.J. Pierce’s guitar work is devastatingly crunchy yet dynamically colorful, locking in perfect sync with the charging rhythms of fellow cofounders Stevie Benton on bass and Mike Luce on drums, as Jasen Moreno’s vocals forge venom and bile into hooks.

About Ill Niño

Ill Niño (stylized as ill niño) is an American heavy metal band formed in Union City, New Jersey, in 1998 by drummer and percussionist Dave Chavarri. They have released seven studio albums, two EPs and one compilation album, totaling in over 1.3 million worldwide album sales. Their forthcoming album IllMortals is slated to drop later this year.