Blues Traveler at KettleHouse Amphitheater

KettleHouse Amphitheater, Bonner, Montana



Blues Traveler at



Blues Traveler

KettleHouse Amphitheater

Essential blues-rock revivalists Blues Traveler are coming to KettleHouse Amphitheatre on 9 July 2024 with special guests JJ Grey and Mofro!

Suppose you have yet to see Blues Traveler live... in which case, this is your one chance to witness the legendary group tapping into their arsenal of songs spanning over three decades, bringing you the smash hits that defined their career, such as "Run-Around", "Hook", "But Anyway", "Carolina Blues", and "The Mountains Win Again", as well as some rarely performed live gems!

Whether you’re a die-hard superfan pulling in to witness frontman John Popper flying through notes on the harmonica like there's no tomorrow, a music-lover keen to hear segues done right, or a total blues newbie just looking for a great night out, a Blues Traveler live in concert is it!

Tickets are sold from the whopping low price of $59 and are flying faster than John Popper's harmonica instrumentals, so don’t snooze on this one. Hit that button now and secure your tickets for the blues concert of a lifetime!

They’re a mainstay in the American music scene, pulling audiences everywhere into their world of blues-infused rock.

They’re Blues Traveler.

Going from a high school garage band jamming in a basement to a band that released 14 studio albums, of which four have gone gold, three platinum, and one six-times platinum, is no easy feat. It takes a special kind of musician with raw talent, incredible songwriting skills, musical prowess, and the kind that can carry the heat on stage.

Blues Traveler broke into the jam band scene in 1990 with the release of their self-titled debut album, with the song "But Anyway". It was, however, the group's fourth album, "four", that produced their first chart-topper, "Run-Around", becoming the longest-charting radio single in Billboard history, earning them a Grammy Award. Blues Traveler also became the group that holds the record for the most television appearances of any artist on The Late Show with David Letterman.

Blues Traveler is known to give incredible, energetic live performances like no other. From quick, sharp, and articulate harmonica chops to electrifying guitar solos and improvisations, from pulsing heartbeat drums to bass breakdowns – crowds from the over 2,000 live shows that Blues Traveler has played will agree: they are exciting, incredibly talented, versatile, and raw, and you're down for an unforgettable evening.

Blues Traveler will be supported by the Southern soul-rock band JJ Grey & Mofro. Their first studio album, "Blackwater", was released in 2001, instantly breaking them into the jam band scene. The group tours extensively, getting crowds on their feet with bangers such as "Lochloosa”, “The Sun Is Shining Down”, and “The Sweetest Thing”.

What better setting for an evening of fantastic blues bangers than Montana's premiere outdoor amphitheatre? It's all about great vibes, even better food, the best music, and the spoils of a brewery right around the corner! The KettleHouse Amphitheatre can host up to 4,000 music lovers across various seating sections, from the up-close and personal standing room pit to reserved room seating and lawn seating for those who'd like to kick back and relax through an evening of the greatest music around.

About the Venue

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KettleHouse Amphitheater

KettleHouse Amphitheater, Bonner, Montana, , US