Magic City Hippies Announce Return to Bozeman for Valentine’s Day

Alt-pop, psych-funk band, Magic City Hippies, will return to The ELM in Bozeman on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2023 with support from CAPYAC.

The infectious “party starters’ played in Bozeman earlier this year, but you can see frontman Robby Hunter around town a bit more often. He relocated to Bozeman a couple of years ago to start “doing his Johny Mayer thing.”

In 2015, the Magic City Hippies released the Hippie Castle EP, with the lead-off track “Fanfare” hitting #1 on both Spotify’s Global Viral Top 50 and Hype Machineʼs popular chart. In 2019, they released their full-length debut album, Modern Animal.

In 2022, they released their latest album, Water Your Garden. Atwood Magazine positively reviewed the album writing:

An outpouring of fiery passion comes to life on Magic City Hippies’ third LP ‘Water Your Garden’, a radiant and emotionally mature record of escape, indulgence, love, and true joie de vivre.

Whether you have a dancing partner or not — this Valentine’s Day will be one to remember at The ELM. Magic City Hippies always deliver a good time!


PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only from 10am Wednesday, September 28th t0 10pm Thursday, September 29th. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form 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, Sep. 30, 2022 at 10:00AM online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Reserved balcony loge seating and general admission standing room tickets are available. All ages are welcome.

About Magic City Hippies

Est 2015, Miami FL

Magic City Hippies is: Robby Hunter, Pat Howard, John Coughlin

Shades on and shirts unbuttoned, Magic City Hippies generate the kind of heat that could’ve powered a high seas yacht party in the seventies or shake a Coachella stage next summer. If the trio—Robby Hunter, Pat Howard, and John Coughlin—stepped off the screen from some long-lost Quentin Tarantino flick in slow-motion (instruments in hand), nobody would question it. Embracing everything from AM radio rock and poolside pop to nimble raps and salsa, they lock into an era-less vibe with no shortage of funk or hooks. The three-piece deliver the kind of bangers you can play on the way to the party, during the party, and to smooth over the comedown as the sun comes up.

As the guys so eloquently describe it, they “give people a choice to enjoy this on the surface level, feel funky in their bodies, and dance…or go deeper into the music.” Continue reading…