Who wouldn't want to watch one of the best pop-rock bands live in our home state? You would have to be crazy! 

If you lived under a rock, you might not have heard that the pop-rock group Bastille is performing live at the Kettlehouse Amphitheater outside of Missoula, Montana, on Wednesday, May 25th. The Logjam Presents show is shaping up to be one of the first concerts of the summer, and if you don't want to miss out on this event, we are here to help. 

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Logjam Presents and 96.7 KISS FM are teaming up to give away some last-minute tickets to the concert, and it's super simple for you to win! All you have to do is listen to Will G in the Afternoons this week, Monday, May 16th through Friday, May 20th, and listen for the cue to call. If you are caller #9, you win a pair of tickets to the concert next week!

Bastille is a Platinum-selling British pop-rock group that has had massive hits over the past few years including, BastilleHappier, and many others. Plus, Bastille will be supported by Alice Merton, who had the massive hit No Roots.

With the weather being beautiful outside, nothing is better than going to an outdoor concert, and if you haven't experienced the Kettlehouse Amphitheater, this will be the perfect concert for you! 

So listen all week in the afternoons from 2-7 PM with Will G and listen for the cue to call to win tickets! 

For more details on Bastille coming to Montana, check out Logjam Presents

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