Minneapolis-based hip hop artist Prof is bringing his Home Alone Tour to Montana for two shows Winter 2021. First he’ll perform at The Wilma in Missoula on December 15th then at The ELM in Bozeman on December 16th. He’ll be supported by J. Plaza, Andrew Thomas and Willie Wonka.
Prof is known for his raucous stage presence and wildly fun shows. Ask fans that went to one of his last concerts at the Top Hat or Rialto and they’ll tell you it was a good time! Recently, Prof released a couple singles including “Tarzan” and “Dodo Birds.” He has another one, “Cutthroat,” which drops Oct. 8th. We’re looking forward a new album announcement coming soon.
PRESALE: Limited Logjam presale tickets for both shows will be available online only from 10am to 10pm, Thur, October 7th. A password will be provided via email after completing the Logjam Presale sign up form where it says GET TICKETS below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows will go on sale to the general public Fri, Oct. 8th at 10:00am, and will be 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.
Since debuting on Rhymesayers Entertainment in 2015, Prof worked tirelessly to build upon his already impressive foundation. His first two releases, Liability (2015) and Pookie Baby (2018) were well-received, debuting at #19 and #8 respectively on Billboard’s Current Hip-Hop/R&B Albums charts. During that time, he was also headlining and selling out his annual 4,000-plus capacity Prof Outdoors concerts, releasing numerous music videos tallying views in the millions, and turning fresh eyes into fans with show-stopping live performances at festivals like Soundset. His imaginative artistry revealed his numerous talents as a rapper, singer, performer, actor, visual artist and more. Although it was Prof’s energy and persona that grabbed the audience’s attention, it was his artistic range that held onto it.