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Mike McCready and Jeff Ament play during a 2018 Pearl Jam concert in Missoula.

Here’s the latest round of concert announcements in the Missoula area.

Pearl Jam ‘Stream in the Park’

Pearl Jam and local resident bass player Jeff Ament are bringing a screening of the group’s 2018 concert to Ogren-Allegiance Park.

The sold-out concert at Washington-Grizzly Stadium featured 29 songs, which you can revisit with HD footage and surround sound. Besides the main event, there’s a festival next to the stadium with music, vendors and nonprofits — the show benefits the Poverello Center and the YWCA of Missoula. You can even get yourself a Johnson and Johnson vaccine at the clinic.

“The evening at Ogren Park will be a celebration of transitioning back into the normalcy of seeing a big rock show with our friends, and in the process, reaching out to our homeless community at a most critical time,” Ament said in a news release. (He’ll be there, too.)

Date: Friday, June 18, 8 p.m. (Available for streaming at home through June 21 via nugs.net.)

Venue: Ogren-Allegiance Park.

Cost: Tickets are $14.99. For the livestream, go to bit.ly/3v0UCPD

For the in-person event, go to bit.ly/356TqQ5

This summer, get out and watch movies in a ballpark, take in some art, and catch some great music in the Missoula area.

Area 406 Festival

A dance music festival with 15 regional DJs and headliners Ahee, Megan Hamilton and one more to be announced soon. Plus a silent disco, food trucks, vendors, live painting and artists. On-site camping available.

Date: Friday, July 2

Venue: Kalispell, Flathead County Fairgrounds.

Cost: Tickets are $38 for early buyers plus fees.

Kip Moore

The Nashville country songsmith is living “The Good Life” on this latest tour.

Date: Thursday, July 29.

Venue: KettleHouse Amphitheater.

Cost: : $35-$45.

Allman Betts Band

The next-generation (literally) Southern rock band is back on the road that goes on forever, with a stop at the Blackfoot for their “Down to the River” hits.

Date: Sunday, Sept. 12.

Venue: The Wilma.

Cost: $27-$32.

Billy Strings

The bluegrass/Americana ripper is returning to Missoula after an appearance at River City Roots Festival in 2018.

Date: Sunday, Sept. 19.

Venue: KettleHouse Amphitheater.

Cost: $27.50-$35.