Brandi Carlile, ZZ Top, Wilco and Sleater-Kinney, and more. The week started off with a flurry of concert announcements for KettleHouse Amphitheater, plus a new date for the Wilma, indicating a summer will look and sound a lot more like 2019 than 2020.

Carlile, pulling a move like Garth Brooks in Billings a few years ago, sold out multiple concerts so fast she added an extra one.

After her tickets for dates at KettleHouse Amphitheater on July 2-3 disappeared the morning they were available, Logjam Presents announced the Grammy winner and member of The Highwomen supergroup added a date on July 4. 

Tickets are on sale now. Head to for information on pre-sales, on-sale date and ticket prices. Logjam said they plan to be able to invite in full capacity of 4,000 people by July. Tickets for parking and shuttles are also available. 

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The other dates were announced this week are:

  • Texas indie-rocker Shakey Graves on Aug. 3 with opener Tre Burt.
  • Indie rock double-header with Wilco and Sleater-Kinney on Aug. 7. 
  • Boogie-rock legends ZZ Top on Aug. 21.
  • EDM singer/violinist Lindsey Sterling on Sept. 9 with opener Kiesza.
  • Christian rock superstars Needtobreathe on Sept. 21 with openers Switchfoot and the New Respects.
  • Notably, the first new date for the Wilma (not counting postponed ones) was announced as well: Indie-pop act Tennis on Sept. 29, with Molly Burch.

That’s not the complete lineup emerging so far, which is all posted at You can also call 1-800-514-3849 or buy tickets at the Top Hat box office.