Montana’s April 2024 Concert Lineup

April 2024 boasts another incredible lineup of live entertainment in Montana!

Offering everything from indie rock, EDM, soul, country, local music and more — there’s bound to be a show for you.

Take a look below and see what catches your eye.  You never know what great new artist you’ll discover!

Gilda House

Initially formed in 2019 as the solo project of lead vocalist songwriter Meg Gildehaus (of which the band gets its namesake) Gilda House eventually blossomed into a full-fledged trio, tapping musicians Nick Miles and Tony Morales on drums and guitars/synths, respectively. Already renowned in the Billings scene as one of its most enthralling and entertaining live acts, and having its new EP, Be Edise, on the horizon, Gilda House is poised to be your next big obsession.

Top Hat | Friday, April 5 | FREE

Rialto | Saturday, April 6 | FREE

Manic Focus w/ The Sponges

Manic Focus seamlessly blends genres, incorporating elements of funk, hip-hop, and jazz into his signature sound. If you’re not familiar, get a feel for his music and listen to “On the Horizon,” “Life Goes on,” and “Cliffs.”

Miami duo, The Sponges, are making waves in the electronic world with their classic scrunchy-faced funk and next level bass house production. Check out their top track “Space Funk ’75,” and recent Lettuce remix “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.”

Rialto | Friday, April 5 | Tickets

Charlie Parr w/ The Lowest Pair

Fresh off the release of his new album, Little Sun, Charlie Parr stands as a true maestro of the folk and blues genres, consistently delivering authentic and heartfelt music. With a career spanning over 15 albums and thousands of live concerts, Parr continues to enchant listeners with his original storytelling and musical mastery. Get a taste of his brilliance, check out tracks like “1922 Blues,” “Over the Red Cedar,” and “Cheap Wine.”

ELM | Tuesday, April 9 | Tickets

Wilma | Wednesday, April 10 | Tickets

Sierra Hull w/ Miller Campbell

Sierra Hull is an award-winning bluegrass singer-songwriter, mandolinist, and guitarist. Her 2016 release Weighted Mind earned a Grammy nomination for Best Folk Album. Sierra has won several International Bluegrass Music Awards including Mandolin Player of the Year and Recorded Event of the Year. Her latest album, 25 Tripswas released in 2020. Americana Songwriter gave it 4 out of 5 stars.

Rialto | Wednesday, April 10 | Tickets

North Fork Crossing

Composed of 5 young multi-instrumentalists, Montana’s North Fork Crossing can do it all. Their genre resides somewhere in a strange untapped musical realm between Traditional Bluegrass, Psychedelic Rock, Americana, and Folk. The quintet – Cade Slayden (guitar), Ryan Kelly (mandolin), Rabi Phelan (upright bass), Silas Rea (fiddle), and Matt Hickey (banjo) are drawn to having Bluegrass reach a new younger generation of people, priding themselves on their unique sound being the “evolution of string band music”.

Rialto | Friday, April 12 | FREE

Spruce Alley Sally

Spruce Alley Sally is an energetic five-piece swingrass group from Missoula, MT. SAS pays tribute to their bluegrass roots, covering fiddle tunes and fast-paced Appalachian classics. They also play a mix of swing standards to add diverse melodies and compositions to their setlists. Listen for their original folk and bluegrass tunes about the early days in the mountain west and Americana stories from hill country.

Top Hat | Saturday, April 13 | FREE 

Beats Antique Soundsystem

Comprised of Beats Antique co-founder/drummer Sidecar Tommy, and multi-instrumentalist Miles Jay, Beats Antique Soundsystem performs improvised and experimental renditions of Beats Antique music. If you’re not familiar with the world fusion electronica of Beats Antique, check out their tracks “Beauty Beats,” “The Lantern,” and “Egyptic.”

Wilma | Friday, April 12 | Tickets

ELM | Saturday, April 13 | Tickets

Old 97's w/ Holler Choir

Celebrated for their infectious fusion of rock, country, folk and power pop, Old 97s have been a driving force in alt country since the early 90s. With 20 albums under their belt, the Old 97s have left a permanent mark on the Americana music landscape. If you’re not familiar, listen to a few of their classic tracks like “Timebomb,” “Question,” and “Champagine Illinois.”

Wilma | Tuesday, April 16 | Tickets

ELM | Wednesday, April 17 | Tickets

Niko Moon w/ Redferrin

Fresh off the release of his new album, Better Days, Niko Moon has been making waves in the country music scene with his catchy blend of country and contemporary pop influences. Niko Moon released his debut album Good Time in 2021. The album peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Listen to the title track, Paradise to Me” and “No Sad Songs” to get a taste of the album.

Wilma | Thursday, April 18 | Tickets

The California Honeydrops

The California Honeydrops draw on diverse musical influences from Bay Area R&B, funk, Southern soul, Delta blues, and New Orleans second-line. In 2023, The California Honeydrops celebrated their fifteenth year together and released a deluxe version of their newest studio album, Soft Spot. Their latest single “Bye Bye Baby” came out a few months ago.

ELM | Friday, April 19 | Tickets

Wilma | Saturday, April 20 | Tickets


Opiuo is an award-winning veteran producer, multi-instrumentalist, and pioneer of the glitch-hop genre. Get a taste of his signature sound and check out these tracks: “Jelly,” “On Your Side,” and “Robo Booty.” His album, Meraki, won the New Zealand Music Award for Best Electronic Album in 2014 andhe received another nomination for the same award in 2016 for his album Omniversal. Fellow electronic artist Potions will open for each performance. In addition, Freddy Todd will open at The Wilma and Tiedye Ky will open at The ELM.

Wilma | Friday, April 19 | Tickets

ELM | Saturday, April 20 | Tickets


Spunj is a high-energy fusion four piece from Eugene, OR that tailors each live show to be a truly unique experience, not just a musical performance. Incorporating goofy antics and a high level of audience participation, Spunj continues to cultivate a dedicated fan base that will travel long distances to see the band perform multiple nights in a row, collecting stamps on their ‘Spunj show punch cards’ (available for free at the merch booth!) and chasing songs they didn’t get to hear at the last performance.

Rialto | Friday, April 19 | FREE

Top Hat | Saturday, April 20 | FREE


MarchFourth is a larger-than-life force of entertainment, blending brassy funk, rock, and jazz, with a visual dazzle of acrobats, stilters, and more. Watch this live performance of “Push It Back” to get a feel for their theatrical, big band style. MarchFourth has performed all over the world and played with massive acts like Fleetwood Mac, No Doubt, KISS, Blink 182, Galactic and Beats Antique, among others.

“Mighty, Explosive, Carnivalesque Brass Band Funk”  ~New York Music Daily

Wilma | Thursday, April 25 | Tickets

Mikey Lion w/ Buddah

As the visionary behind Desert Hearts, a collective, record label, and festival known for its vibrant community and dedication to fostering a unique, transformative experience, Mikey Lion brings a distinctive energy to his performances. His sets are a fusion of pulsating beats, groovy rhythms, and an infectious enthusiasm that has earned him a dedicated fanbase. Get a feel for his music and check out these songs: “Glide,” “When I’m With You,” and “Above the Clouds.”

Rialto | Friday, April 26 | Tickets

Top Hat | Saturday, April 27 | Tickets

Martha Scanlan & Jon Neufeld

Montana-based folk singer-songwriter, Martha Scanlan, and Portland, Oregon-based producer Jon Neufeld are teaming up for an intimate album release concert at The Wilma. Martha and Jon, accomplished solo artists and frequent collaborators, were last seen at The Wilma in 2022 when they released their album, Last Stars First Light. We’re looking forward to having them back for another special night of original music as we anticipate the release of their new album Save It For Later.

Wilma | Friday, April 26 | Tickets