The Interrupters and Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls to Coheadline The Wilma with Support from Chuck Ragan

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Punk rockers The Interrupters and Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls will team up for a co-headlining concert at The Wilma in Missoula on April 27, 2023 with support from folk punk artist, Chuck Ragan.

Fronted by powerful vocalist, Aimee Allen aka Aimee Interrupter, The Interrupters are a 4-piece, ska punk force of nature rounded out by brothers, Kevin, Justin, and Jesse Bivona. They released the album Fight the Good Fight, in 2018 which included the lead hit single, “She’s Kerosene.” The album reached number 2 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart and helped the band get nominated for the 2019 Kerrang! Awards ‘Best International Breakthrough.’ Their most recent album, In The Wild, came out in 2022.

The Interrupters coheadlined KettleHouse Amphitheater with Flogging Molly in Summer 2022. Aimee, originally from Missoula, made a big impression on fans when she knelt down near the pit, giving the crowd a truly up close and personal performance.

English folk-punk troubadour, Frank Turner, started his prolific career with post-hardcore band, Million Dead, in 2000. He went solo in 2005 and has since released 9 studio albums. His most recent album, FTHC, came out in 2022 and peaked at #1 on the Scottish and UK Albums charts. The album received widespread acclaim. NME said the “album marks the return of the slow-burn success story” and Kerrang wrote, “Frank Turner goes back to hardcore and a whole lot more on superb ninth album, FTHC.”


PRESALE: Limited Groove presale tickets will be available online only (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, Dec. 15th. A password will be provided via email after completing the Groove 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, Dec. 16th at 10am at the Top Hat, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Reserved premium balcony seating, general admission standard balcony, and standing-room-only floor tickets are available. All ages are welcome.

About The Interrupters

Formed in 2011, The Interrupters came together when the Bivona brothers—guitarist Kevin Bivona, bassist Justin Bivona, and drummer Jesse Bivona—found themselves on various bills with Aimee (Interrupter) as a solo artist. Upon bonding over musical tastes, the four formed The Interrupters and delivered their self-titled debut in 2014. The Interrupters have shared stages with bands such as Rancid, blink-182, Green Day, Bad Religion, and many other stalwarts of the punk scene solidifying the band’s status as a dynamic force. The band released their fourth studio album In The Wild in August 2022.

About Frank Turner

Frank Turner is aware of the passage of time, of the influence of days that drag and months that gallop can exert on what he would probably never dream of calling his body of work. After all, it has been a number of years now since the hardcore troubadour transformed himself from The Boy Who Surely Could Not, to The Man That Did; it has been years now that his name has appeared in the largest type on ticket stubs that permit entry to such venues as Wembley Arena, or the Royal Albert Hall; just as it has been years since the sound of his voice projecting itself from a digital radio was anything like a surprise, let alone a novelty.

From the ferocious, sweaty box venues of rock band Million Dead to starting from scratch with an acoustic guitar in pubs and bedrooms in 2005, Frank’s popularity grew with his artistry. Selling out gradually bigger venues – Camden’s Barfly, King’s Cross Scala, Shepherd’s Bush Empire and Wembley Arena (both captured for posterity on DVD); four albums in England Keep My Bones ends up selling 100K copies and rising; performing in front of millions worldwide before the official opening ceremony of London 2012 Olympics; a personal milestone of winning Mastermind with his specialist subject of Iron Maiden. Each year seemed to bring a new elevation, a plateau which initially seemed out of reach but just became a foothold for ascending further. Continue reading…