Missoula Concert Guide Fall 2022

Fall 2022 is here and the indoor concert season is picking up in Missoula. Not only are great shows lined up for The Wilma, Missoula’s beloved historic theater, but live music is also back at The Top Hat, one of the city’s longest-standing club venues.

As usual, the current lineup boasts a variety of genres, new and veteran artists, and even some local music. Take a look below and see what shows pique your interest. And don’t be afraid to try a concert you’ve never heard of… there’s nothing like discovering your new favorite band at a live show.

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Nov. 18: Modest Mouse at The Wilma

Modest Mouse has already sold out this show in Missoula. The show is part of The Lonesome Crowded West Tour — an intimate set of dates celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of what has been hailed as one of the greatest indie records of all time.

Last year, fans got the chance to see Modest Mouse rock the KettleHouse Amphitheater to a nearly sold out crowd.

It’s going to be a special experience witnessing Modest Mouse play an intimate show back at The Wilma.

Nov. 23: Deorro at The Wilma

Deorro released the single “Five Hours” in 2014. It reached number one on Billboards Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart.

He released another version of the song titled “Five More Hours” in 2015, which was eventually platinum-certified. The song has well over a billion streams across platforms.

Deorro’s second full length album, ORRO, drops July 1, 2022. His latest single “Yo Las Pongo” ft. Los Tucanes de Tijuana and Maffio, came out earlier this year.

Nov. 26: Steve Vai at The Wilma

In addition to three Grammy awards (he’s been nominated 15 times), Steve Vai has an impressive list of achievements.

He has sold over 15 million albums, received the Les Paul Award, been voted the “10th Greatest Guitarist” by Guitar World, and has toured the globe with Frank Zappa, David Lee Roth, Alcatrazz, and Whitesnake, among others.

Steve Vai is a bonafide guitar wizard, not to mention a composer, singer, songwriter, and producer. If you want to see someone who’s a true master of their craft, you need to see Steve Vai.

Nov. 29: Skip the Dump for Planet, People, Economy at The Wilma

Home ReSource, Clearwater Credit Union and Patagonia invite you to the “Skip the Dump for Planet, People, Economy” free event featuring a film showing and interactive discussion.

Learn the benefits of bending the line of a take-make-waste linear economy toward a circular economy of reduce, reuse, repair, repurpose, and recycle.


Dec. 9: The White Buffalo at The Wilma

Jake Smith, professionally known as The White Buffalo, is an Oregon-based singer, songwriter, and guitarist. His music has been featured on several TV shows including CalifornicationThe PunisherLongmireThis Is Us, and most notably, Sons of Anarchy. His song “Come Join the Murder” was used on Sons of Anarchy, which earned him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.

Through his 7 studio albums and various EPs, The White Buffalo has developed a dedicated following — amassing more than a million monthly listeners on Spotify alone.

Take a look back at The White Buffalo’s sold-out Montana performance from 2017 and check out this old photo gallery.

Dec. 15: Tell Us Something at The Wilma

Tell Us Something is excited to return to The Wilma stage!

Join us for an evening of live storytelling featuring storytellers from the Missoula community. 8 storytellers share their true personal stories without notes on the theme “It’s the Little Things”.

Tell Us Something has been creating opportunities for sharing and listening to stories since 2011.