If you're a fan of Flogging Molly, you've likely seen them in Missoula before. But have you ever seen The Interrupters live!? We are so psyched to see them at the KettleHouse, and you should be too.

Who are The Interrupters?

The ska-punk band hit the scene around 2012 with lead vocalist Aimee Allen, aka Aimee Interrupter, of Missoula. She cut her teeth playing coffee shops around Missoula before moving to Los Angeles and being signed as a solo act to Elektra after Randy Jackson heard her demo and saw her live performance. As a songwriter and vocalist she has worked with Billie Joe Armstrong, Tim Armstrong of Rancid, super-producer Mark Ronson, Sublime with Rome, the amazing Linda Perry, and many more. We consider her a hometown hero and were so proud when her band The Interrupters got picked up to open for Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer on last year's Hella Mega Tour.

Check out their hour-long film below.

Who else is on the bill?

Joining Flogging Molly and The Interrupters are 90s psychobilly band Tiger Army and English reggae punk band The Skints. This is really going to be an amazing night at the KettleHouse Amphitheater.

Win tickets!

Ticket info.

The show is set for September 13th with the pre-sale happening this Thursday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. online only, and the general on-sale this Friday, March 18th online and during limited hours at the Top Hat box office.

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