Pub Station Announces More Shows for an Awesome Fall Lineup in Billings
Summertime is known as concert season in Montana, but honestly, we get a lot of great shows in shoulder seasons too. Many acts are done with their summer festival commitments and we get lucky to catch some great bands and artists in the spring, winter, of fall.
Two concert announcements from Pub Station Presents this week.
Sean Lynch and the crew at the Pub Station have been bringing phenomenal acts from all genres to Billings for years, and it seems like the shows just keep getting better with time. Two new concerts were announced this week, both with November dates in Billings.
Switchfoot - Friday, November 3rd with opening act A Place for Owls.
Can you believe it's been twenty years since Switchfoot dominated the airwaves and MTV with their huge album, The Beautiful Letdown? 2023 is the anniversary of the record that brought us hits like Meant To Live and Dare You To Move. Tickets are $35 + fees and go on sale Friday 8/18.
Cooper Alen - Saturday, November 4th.
If you haven't heard of Cooper Alen yet, you will. He's racked up over 100 million streams on Spotify, has 8 million Tik Tok followers, and is attracting new fans at an incredible pace. Our contributor Aaron Flint at KBUL NewsTalk mentioned that he saw Cooper Alen last time he was in Billings and said the show was INCREDIBLE. Alen is sort of Country, but his show smoothly flows from all kinds of different genres. See him now (for just $29.50+ fees) before he becomes too big of a star to play Billings. Tickets go on sale Friday 8/18.
Other upcoming Pub Station Presents shows already announced include Milky Chance (August 28 at ZooMontana), Bumpin Uglies (Sept 7), Smells Like Nirvana with Not.Green Day (Sept 16), Buckcherry (Sept 29), Steel Panther (Sept 30), and many more. See the calendar and find ticket links HERE.
Reminder, don't be fooled by ticket resellers or scammy online impostors. ThePubStation.com is the only legit website for online purchasing. You can always hit up the box office downtown if you're more of an "I-need-a- ticket-in-my-hand kind of person."