It's always exciting to see local names start to break out in a big way - bands who you followed when they first started, playing small gigs here and there. And then, when one of those bands hits it big, it's even better when they come back home. There's an excitement in the air of people being like, "These are our guys! I know these guys!"

And now, a jam band originating from Bozeman who have toured the country, put out three studio albums, and worked with tons of people in the industry are making a return to Montana - this time, for their first-ever headlining show at The Wilma in Missoula.

Kitchen Dwellers Are Set to Return to Missoula

Kitchen Dwellers have made a name for themselves over the years in the jam band/bluegrass scene, and they've performed all over Montana in all kinds of venues. And yes, they've played The Wilma before - but this will be the first time they've ever headlined their own show at The Wilma! That's a pretty exciting accomplishment right there.


The concert is set to take place on Saturday, September 24th at the Wilma in Missoula. Tickets range from $22 to $27 and will be available beginning on Friday, April 29th at Logjam Presents' website.

Think you'll be making it out to see Kitchen Dwellers at The Wilma? There are a ton of great concerts coming up in Missoula this summer - which one are you looking forward to the most?

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