BoomBox Announces Concerts at The ELM and The Top Hat

A little house, blues, funk, rock, and a whole lot of soul — that’s what you can expect when BoomBox returns to Montana for two shows in Spring 2023. They’ll perform at The ELM in Bozeman on Saturday, April 1st and the Top Hat in Missoula on Sunday, April 2nd.

Since founded in 2004 by Zion Rock Godchaux, BoomBox has steadily grown in popularity with their signature blend of psychedelic rock and electronica. Through six albums, Boombox continues to rack up millions of streams across platforms. Their latest album, Ghost Notes, released in 2020, features a collection of 13 BoomBox songs stripped down to acoustic versions.

In 2019, Zion enlisted the help of his brother, Kinsman MacKay. Their mother is Donna Godchaux, who was a singer in the legendary Grateful Dead from 1972-1979. This musical legacy is evident in the band’s ability to create a unique and unforgettable live experience.

Over the years, they’ve played at major festivals including Electric Forest, Hangout, and High Sierra, among many others. Their groovy performances are guaranteed to make you boogie. Don’t miss out on the funky dance party — grab your tickets early!

Want a sneak peek of the BoomBox atmosphere? Check out this old photo gallery from their last performance in Missoula (see photos).


PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets for both shows will go on sale to the general public Friday, Jan. 13th, 2022 at 10:00AM and will be available at the Top Hat box office, The ELM box office, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. Visit the specific event page below for tickets and more info.

About BoomBox


Since first emerging in 2004, founder, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Zion Rock Godchaux has been quietly seasoning and simmering this recipe to perfection. However, it reaches a boiling point on his 2018 album, Western Voodoo.
At the same time, the Muscle Shoals, AL native stays true to what attracted countless fans in the first place.
“I remain open to anything you would hear coming out of a boombox,” he explains. “There are a lot of different vibes and angles, but it still adheres to a universal rhythm. This new record is the most musical and varied, yet it’s tightly wound in respect to that syncopation. There are only a few rules. It should be heavy groove. It should make you want to move. Overall, I’ve further developed the sound people are used to.”
“You hear about different forms of magic around the world,” he goes on. “The West, in general, has its own voodoo influenced by the blues. That’s what shaped me as a musician growing up in this country. It’s hard to put in the words, but you know it when you hear it.”  Continue reading…