Things to do: Live music and dance fundraisers | Local News

Things to do: Live music and dance fundraisers | Local News

A rapid guide to some arts and cultural gatherings happening in Missoula during the week in advance.

Musical fundraiser at Monk’s

Artists and musicians are coming with each other at Monk’s to increase cash for new music equipment and instruction at a local school.

Bry Froehlich of the team New Aged Future begun the hard work in honor of her sister, who was killed in a motor vehicle crash in September.

The cash raised goes to support start the Jasmine Venetia Stringed Instrument Library at Potomac School. Froehlich’s target is to acquire 9 guitars and required equipment and to volunteer to train the learners.

Get a $10 raffle ticket, you can have a likelihood to get a Peavey Predator Moreover electrical guitar, a Danelectro distortion pedal, a Blaque Owl Tattoo reward certificate and other arts and goodie luggage. 

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The early half from 5-8 p.m. is a “free family members friendly” celebration with music by Erin Esse and Maria Zepeda. From 8 p.m.-1:30 p.m., it switches to a 21 and up party with an $8 cover. The musical lineup involves the Pettifoggers and New Outdated Long run. In addition, there are artists and distributors such as Celestial Tonez, Artwork by Nikci, Voodoo Mountain Glass, Bizzy Arts, Galactica Minerals, Enigmatic Manufacturing unit, W. Monster Artwork, Candice Herndon, Aiden Potter, A Peculiar Garments Business and Jesse Heirendt.

‘Drink and Attract and Dance’

The “Drink and Draw” sessions at Western Cider get a reside and kinetic variation when they workforce up with the University of Montana Dance Program.

The Zootown Arts Group Centre is furnishing the art components, and the dancers will serve as models (nonetheless and in motion) for persons to draw. All ages and ability levels are welcome.

The joint exertion is a fundraiser for the Dance Program. The proceeds go to support them go to the American School Dance Association’s conference early this calendar year. You can also invest in raffle tickets to gain a piece by the late Russell Chatham.

It normally takes place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. It is free of charge.

‘People on Fire’ at the ZACC

As you’d guess from the show’s title, this lineup of a few acts very likely won’t skimp on the emotional or musical depth. It attributes Linus, which the Missoulian described as “dream-pop satisfies brooding folk-rock.” You’ll also hear “No,” led by ZACC audio teacher and dancer Noelle Huser, and a team called “but I’m a cheerleader,” which according to the ZACC, includes “3 awesome queers living in Missoula, MT and all of their repressed inner thoughts.”

Doorways open at 7 p.m. and the clearly show starts off at 7:30. Protect is $10. Masks are demanded when you’re not sipping a beverage.

Banff Mountain Movie Competition

Get some inspiration for outside experience when the once-a-year mountain films tour brings a lineup of films from about the world to the Wilma.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7. Tickets are $23 in progress or $25 the day of the clearly show. All ages.

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