The Montana World Affairs Council Benefit

Mission Mountain Wood Band

Montana World Affairs Council Benefit

The Wilma

Missoula, MT
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Logjam Presents & The Montana World Affairs Council are proud to welcome Mission Mountain Wood Band live for a Benefit Concert to support Global Education Initiatives for Montana Youth at The Wilma on March 03, 2019. Tickets are on sale now at The Top Hat, online or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. General admission standing room only tickets and VIP reserved premium balcony tickets (which also include… Continue Reading

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6:00PM (door) 7:00PM (show)
$15 (Adv.) $75 (VIP) + applicable fees
All Ages
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Logjam Presents & The Montana World Affairs Council are proud to welcome Mission Mountain Wood Band live for a Benefit Concert to support Global Education Initiatives for Montana Youth at The Wilma on March 03, 2019.

Tickets are on sale now at The Top Hatonline or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849. General admission standing room only tickets and VIP reserved premium balcony tickets (which also include admittance to the VIP reception at the Top Hat) are available. All ages are welcome.

Additional ticketing and venue information can be found here.

About Mission Mountain Wood Band

The Mission Mountain Wood Band is coming to Missoula’s historic Wilma and bringing their original special brand of musical entertainment which includes bluegrass, rock & roll, and country-rockin-Montana party music as they continue to do so year after year.  They are a 6- piece band playing twice as many instruments and all of them hail from Big Sky Country.

Mission Mountain Wood Band first came to national prominence, when they toured non-stop, putting nearly 3 million miles on their scenic cruiser tour bus and playing over 250 cities a year for a dozen years.  From New York City to LA, from Chicago to New Orleans, their tours included over 300 college campuses throughout the United States and Canada.  They have been featured many times on all of the broadcast news networks, recorded 3 full-length albums, a box set, and a movie!

Mission Mountain Wood Band is not just a band of musicians with a great show, – they represent a way of life, an attitude, and more than anything, M2WB and their fans are a Montana tradition and they were named one of the top Montana musical groups of the 20th century by the Missoulian.

The band today is made up of original band members Rob Quist, Steve Riddle, and drummer Greg Reichenberg. Mission Mountain Wood Band takes great pride in appearing for their Montana people.  “This is the place we come back to with all our old friends, and long-time fans. Where the jokes are a little funnier, the music is a little hotter and the dancing continues into the seamless, never ending night.” Join this unforgettable band for the long awaited return to Missoula. Visit and friend them on the Official Mission Mountain Wood Band Facebook page.

Montana World Affairs Council Benefit

About The Benefit

The Montana World Affairs Council is proud to present a Benefit Concert to support Global Education Initiatives for Montana Youth.  The benefit event on Sunday, March 3rd, features the Mission Mountain Wood Band in a rare reunion concert.  It is one of Montana’s most popular, world-renowned home-grown bands, and we are thrilled to have them all together for one night, giving us a show like few others can.

It’s all for a great cause — global education, awareness, and understanding through programs that reach schools, classrooms and communities across the state.  This event also comes on the eve of the Montana World Affairs Council’s signature education event called Academic WorldQuest.

This is when 300-plus students from across Montana along with their teachers, principals and other educators, will be in Missoula for this annual, global trivia competition, an event that brings students together with global affairs experts from all over the world. They meet international students, ambassadors, diplomats, global experts, government leaders, and fellow young people from schools as far away as Wolf Point and Ekalaka, to many closer to home here in Missoula and Ravalli Counties.

About The Montana World Affairs Council

The Montana World Affairs Council is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, founded in 2000 by former Ambassador Mark Johnson, a Montana native.  The Council is dedicated to fostering global awareness and understanding in Montana’s classrooms and communities.  Our motto says it all – Bringing the World to Montana and Montana to the World.

Your support of this benefit concert will help us reach more young people, do more outreach, provide more scholarships and bring more vital global affairs experts and international programs to our classrooms all across the Big Sky state.  100% of the proceeds will help to support global education for our youth, with a special emphasis on young people who live rural, remote and on reservations.