Punk rockers, Flogging Molly and The Interrupters, are teaming up for a coheadlining concert at KettleHouse Amphitheater on September 13, 2022 with Tiger Army and The Skints.
No strangers to Montana, Flogging Molly previously sold out the Amp in 2018 with an unforgettable performance alongside Dropkick Murphys, and again in 2019 with Social Distortion. Check out the photos from both shows here.
Since their start in Los Angeles in 1997, Flogging Molly has built a massive fanbase through their unique style of Celtic punk rock — infusing instruments like violin, mandolin and the accordion—and they merge blues progressions with grinding guitars and traditional Irish music. “We’re not a traditional band,” explains Dublin-born frontman Dave King. “We are influenced by traditional music and inspired by it, but without question we put our own twist on it.”
Their most recent album, Life is Good, was released in 2017 and peaked at 69 on the Billboard’s Top 200. It was the follow up to 2011’s Speed of Darkness which landed at #9 on the Top 200. In 2010, to showcase their unparalleled and limitless energy on stage, the band released Flogging Molly: Live at the Greek Theatre, a three disc set chronicling their legendary sold out shows at one of LA’s most famous music venues. Float, released in 2008, was a deeply stirring and personal album recorded in King’s native Ireland. Possibly their most commercially successful album, Drunken Lullabies, was released in 2002 and was certified gold. Flogging Molly have announced a new album titled, Anthem, set to release September 9, 2022.
Fronted by powerful vocalist, Aimee Allen aka Aimee Interrupter (born in Missoula!), The Interrupters are a 4-piece, ska punk force of nature rounded out by brothers, Kevin, Justin, and Jesse Bivona. Their debut self-titled record came out in 2014 via Hellcat/Epitaph Records. In 2016, they released, Say It Out Loud, which peaked at #7 on the Billboard Heatseekers Album chart.
Most recently, they released 2018’s Fight the Good Fight. It included the lead single, “She’s Kerosene,” which peaked at number 4 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart. The album reached number 2 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart and helped the band get featured on the cover of Kerrang! magazine in 2019, when they were nominated for the 2019 Kerrang! Awards’ ‘Best International Breakthrough.’
This show will be rounded out by Los Angeles-based psychobilly band, Tiger Army, and England-bred ska/reggae fusion band, The Skints. You’ll certainly be getting your bang for your buck with this concert bill!
The Groove presale (online only) is from 10am – 10pm on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th! Sign up where it says GET TICKETS below and you’ll have good luck the rest of the year 😉
PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th . 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 go on sale Friday, March 18th at 10:00am at the Top Hat, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. General Admission standing pit tickets, reserved stadium seating tickets and general admission lawn tickets are available. All ages are welcome. Shuttle and parking tickets for this event are also available for advance purchase here.
About Flogging Molly
Flogging Molly is comprised of Dave King (lead vocals, acoustic guitar, bodhran), Bridget Regan (violin, tin whistle, vocals), Dennis Casey (guitar, vocals), Matt Hensley (accordion, concertina, vocals), Nathen Maxwell (bass guitar, vocals), Spencer Swain (mandolin, banjo, guitar, vocals), and Mike Alonso (drums, percussion). Starting out as the house band for Molly Malone’s in Los Angeles and building a loyal following through endless touring, Flogging Molly has become a staple in the punk scene over the past 20 years, kicking off with its raucous debut showcase, Swagger, and continuing through it’s five additional studio albums.
With numerous late-night television appearances under their belt, its sell-out Salty Dog Cruise through the Caribbean, and yearly St. Patrick’s Day Festival in Los Angeles, the band is currently working on the Rise Records follow-up to its latest LP, Life Is Good. Recently, the band reissued Swagger with exclusive tracks, an Irish traditional set, a 60-minute video feature, and exclusive merch in a collectable box set.
About The Interrupters
Fight the Good Fight, the third studio album from Los Angeles ska-punk band The Interrupters, is available now via Hellcat Records. Fight the Good Fight was produced by longtime collaborator, Rancid frontman, and Grammy Award-winning producer Tim Armstrong with the band at Ship-Rec Recorders in Los Angeles. The album was mixed by Grammy-award winning mixer Tom Lord-Alge (Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, Weezer).
The follow-up to 2015’s Say It Out Loud, Fight the Good Fight finds The Interrupters delivering their two-tone-inspired, powerfully melodic, punk-fueled sound with more vitality than ever before. With Armstrong and Alge at the helm, Aimee and the Bivona brothers channeled the raw energy of their lives shows by recording almost entirely to tape. “There’s a certain feeling you get from that process that you can’t really get digitally,” says guitarist Kevin. “There’s no overthinking anything—everyone’s got to be fully present and committed. It was definitely high-pressure, but also really fun.”