The times they were a changin’ during the 1950s when “Memphis: The Musical” is set.
LOS ANGELES — Leonard Nimoy, the actor known and loved by generations of "Star Trek" fans as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer …
“Try to imagine you have these huge angel wings,” Ricki Feeley is telling her dancers.
Sally McIntosh is the next featured speaker in the Artful Women of Montana discussion Tuesday, March 3, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Billings…
Friday, Feb. 27, 11 p.m.: "The Stone Age" presents electric music of the 1960s and ‘70s and explores its impact on our culture.
Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offe…
Straight from Ireland, Caladh Nua is performing Thursday, March 5 at the Alberta Bair Theater.
The Skyview High School choral department is staging its production of “Broadway Bound,” on March 6 and 7 with this year’s theme of “Terribly …
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is coming to Billings for March 16 show at the Shrine Auditorium with Hali Vaye and 360 Squad.
Indescribable band Dead Larry is set to play a free show at the Pub Station in downtown Billings on March 4.
Two local bands have set dates for free shows at the Pub Station.
Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery will host the annual all-student show “Kaleidoscope: 2015 Juried Student Exhibition” in Tech…
The San Diego reggae funk rockers Brothers Gow return to Billings for a free show Monday, April 6 at the Pub Station in downtown Billings.
The bluegrass folk band Old Salt Union is set to play a free show at the Pub Station in downtown Billings on Tuesday, April 7.
Blistered Earth, which bills itself as “the ultimate tribute to Metallica,” returns to Billings for a Friday, May 22, show at the Pub Station.
The thing about Gordy Hoffman’s voice is that it sounds just like his late brother, Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Country stars Uncle Kracker, Gloriana, Trace Adkins and Clint Black are headlining the Headwaters Country Jam Festival June 25-27 near Three Forks.
Billings will be the first location in the region to premier the International Bicycle Film Festival on May 22 at the Babcock Theatre.