In the heart of winter, all we can do is dream of those Missoula summer evenings filled with floating the river, drinking on the patio of our favorite pub and, of course, taking a concert in at Kettlehouse Amphitheater.

We've already been treated to some solid acts coming to Missoula this summer. Washington-Grizzly Stadium will play host to Tyler Childers, Pink and at least one more major act whose name I cannot spill the beans over yet... sorry. When the act is officially announced I'll make sure to add it to the list.

Kettlehouse has seen some significant acts added as well. Just last week the uber-talented duo of Jewel and Melissa Ethridge were added (hopefully Jewel will sing the 'Missoula Song'). Other big names include Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Cole Swindell, Jason Mraz, Ween and others.

And now... let's add country/blues favorite Charley Crockett to the list.

Let's go! Crockett is a great addition to the Missoula summer lineup. He was in Spokane last summer and at the Wilma in April of 2022, but that was the last time. If you're not familiar do yourself a favor and dive into Crockett's jams with the top five most popular tunes below.

1. I Am Not Afraid

2. Welcome to Hard Times


3. Jamestown Ferry

4. On the Road Again (Live at Hollywood Bowl)


5. That's What Makes the World Go Around

BONUS ANNOUNCEMENT: Logjam also announced the Fruit Bats are coming to the Wilma on May 19. Different vibes but a it's a nice get for any Indie fans.

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