Stomp in Missoula Montana to witness STOMP perform live at the Adam Center on University of Montana campus. On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, at 7:30 pm the inventive and invigorating stage show that’s dance, music and theatrical performance blended together in one electrifying rhythm.
Percussion instruments are some of the oldest music-makers in the world, perhaps only second to the human voice itself. This diverse family of instruments is integral to music in every known culture, and includes a vast array of musical sounds. A “percussion instrument” is any instrument whose sound is generated via striking, rubbing, shaking or otherwise impacting a surface to create audible vibrations. Stomp has a gift for taking ordinary objects and turn them into incredible beats.
STOMP is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, utterly unique, and appeals to audiences of all ages. The international percussion sensation has garnered an armful of awards and rave reviews, and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments – matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps – to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.
The return of the percussive hit also brings some new surprises, with some sections of the show now updated and restructured and the addition of two new full-scale routines, utilizing props like tractor tire inner tubes and paint cans. As USA Today says, “STOMP finds beautiful noises in the strangest places.” STOMP. See what all the noise is about.
Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast hosts guests from many different areas of the world. Guests visit Missoula to experience outstanding performances, witness competitive sports, walk historic trails, ski beautiful snow, taste delicious cuisine, shop incredible retail, and so much more! Blue Mountain B&B guests enjoy being near to all the fun while still being at a gorgeous and peaceful mountain setting with views of the Bitterroot River.
Facility: Adams Center on University of Montana Campus in Missoula
Grammy Award-winning Christian music group, the Newsboys, will bring their “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” tour to the Adams Center at The University of Montana in Missoula for a concert at 7 p.m. Friday, October 9. The “We Believe…God’s Not Dead” tour is one of the most in-demand nights of worship, praise and celebration this tour season. The tour also includes Hawk Nelson and Ryan Stevenson.
The tour is named for the band’s hits “We Believe,” the group’s longest-running No. 1 single to date, and “God’s Not Dead (Like a Lion),” which has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Newsboys, a Christian pop rock band, was found in 1985 in Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia by Peter Furler and George Perdikis. Currently, the band consists of lead vocalist Michael Tait (formerly of DC Talk), keyboardist and bassist Jeff Frankenstein, guitarist Jody Davis, and drummer/percussionist Duncan Phillips.
Little Big Town – The Pain Killer Tour
Event Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7:30 pm
Facility: Adams Center on University of Montana Campus in Missoula
Little Big Town is an American country music vocal group. Founded in 1998, the group has comprised the same four members since its foundation: Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman (née Kimberly Roads), Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet. Their musical style relies heavily on four-part vocal harmonies, with all four members alternating as lead singers; Westbrook and Sweet also play rhythm guitar.
Pain Killer covers all new territory for Little Big Town. The band and its writing and production partners favored multi-layered effects. They drew from amix of music influences including vintage 50’s country, 70’s country, funk, groove, a cappella, bluegrass and straight up rock n’ roll. This evolution of Little Big Town’s sound is the outcome of their free reign to write and craft as they chose, making Pain Killer as uninhibited as their creative process.
Missoula Farmers Markets boast much more than absolutely delicious and fresh local food. Not only that, there are four local markets to choose from!
The Clark Fork Market is located under the Higgins Bridge, in the Riverside Parking Lot, just east of Caras Park in Downtown Missoula. Their hours are Saturdays, 8am until 1pm from the first Saturday in May through the fourth Saturday in October — rain or shine! There is ample FREE parking adjacent to the market at the parking structure on the corner of Front St. and Pattee St. and on the upper and lower levels of the Bank Street Parking Structure (the Millennium Building).
The Missoula Farmers Market is known as “the original farmers market” since patrons have been supporting local farmers and vendors since 1972. The were a finalist in the 2015 Best of Missoula Contest for three categories: “Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners,” “Best Place For People Watching,” and “Best Fresh Produce.”
Market opens with fresh local produce, flowers, baked goods and coffee provided by over 100 local vendors. Located in Circle Square at the north end of Higgins Avenue in Downtown Missoula. They are open 8:30 am to 12:30 pm on Saturdays from mid-May to mid-October as well as 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm on Tuesdays from July through early September.
Savor eating foods at the peak of their flavor, ripeness and nutrition
Enjoy buying plants that are raised by the people who sell them
Feel good about supporting our local economy and Montana’s local producers
The Missoula Saturday Market is known as “the people’s market.” Dozens of craftspeople showcase their photography, jewelry, clothing, soap, glass art,and various other hand-made items.
They are open from 9 am to 1 pm from the second Saturday in May through the last Saturday of September. They are located on East Pine Street in Downtown Missoula.
The Orchard Homes Farmers Market is a small farmers’ market who provides vegetables, fruits, baked goods, farm-fresh eggs, jewelry, jams & jellies, and a variety of other crafts.
Almost all of the vendors are from the Orchard Home area which means the produce was all grown within 1 mile of the market! Now, that’s fresh! They love their customers and love getting to known them personally throughout the season….making the “know your farmer” motto real life for all our customers!
They are located in the parking lot of the Orchard Homes Country Life Club (at 2537 S. 3rd Street West) which is just about 100 yards southwest of Wheat Montana Deli. They are open from 4:30 pm to 7 pm every Thursday from mid-June until October.
Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is located in scenic Missoula, Montana. After enjoying a delicious gourmet breakfast each morning, you are fueled up to begin a wonderful day. The next time you get hungry (which will be awhile given our hearty breakfast portions), there is no shortage of great local places for Missoula Montana dining.
Butterfly Herbs: 232 Higgens Ave. (406) 728-8780 Established in 1972, offering fresh coffees, teas, homemade soups, fresh salads, sandwiches, and coffee ice cream specialties
Café Zydeco: 2101 Brooks Street (406) 926-2578 Unique Cajun restaurant known for Po-boys, Gumbos, Etouffee, and Beignets
Caffe Dolce: 500 Brooks Street (406) 830-3055 ext. 3 Fine dining with informal flare, seasonal contemporary Italian menus including pasta, pizza, and seafood, stunning collection of artisanal wines
Catalyst Café: 111 N Higgins Ave. (406) 542-1337 Offer delicious options for all, including vegetarians, vegans, and celiacs
El Cazador: 101 S. Higgins (406) 728-3657 Tasty authentic and traditional Mexican dishes
Finn and Porter: 100 Madison (406) 542-4660 Featuring seafood, steak, and chops and offering a fabulous view with extraordinary service
Iza: 529 South Higgins Ave. (406) 830-3237 Contemporary local Asian cuisine featuring organic, gluten free, and vegan options
Mackenzie River Pizza Company: 137 W. Front Street (406) 721-0077 and 5210 Grant Creek Road (406) 721-0099 Gourmet pizzas, hearty sandwiches, signature soups, Montana-sized salads and pastas, gluten-free crust available
Red Bird: Historic Florence Building, 111 N. Higgins Ave. Suite 1000 (406) 549-2906 Wine Bar with over 25 wines by the glass, extensive beer menu with live music on Mondays, intimate evening dining, showcasing local ingredients and transforming them into edible artwork
Wheat Montana: 2520 S. 3rd St. W (corner of 3rd and Reserve) (406) 327-0900 Handcrafted sandwiches on healthy Wheat Montana bread, fresh baked goods, soup, salad, espresso
Worden’s Market and Deli: 451 N. Higgins Ave. (406) 549-1293 Voted Missoula’s Best Deli, Best Wine, and Best Beer; cheeses, breads, coffee, football-size sandwiches and salads
The lovely Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfastof Missoula is fortunate to be located in an active community that encourages running. The Missoula Marathon, happening July 10-12 in 2015, is brought to us by Run Wild Missoula. Run Wild Missoula promotes and supports running and walking for people of all ages and abilities. With over 1,700 members, they offer races, group runs, track workouts, seminars and more.
Rated in 2010 as USA’s Best Marathon, experienced runners come back year after year to run the Missoula Marathon. United States Olympian Jeff Galloway said that this is one of the top four or five courses he has ever run. That should not discourage those with less experience, because this was also rated as one of the Top 10 Marathons for Beginners. Now people from all fifty states plus at least ten different countries participate every year.
The people of Montana involved in organizing the race are passionate, friendly, and supportive. They also are organized and give regular updates via email and social media for race participants to see. Runners feel welcomed and prepared. Missoula is a great place to stay active and live healthy. Residents have the benefits that come from most bigger towns, but they still experience a local community feeling.
Starting at 6 am, with the sun coming up, runners begin with breathtaking views of the valley and the gorgeous surrounding mountains. As they run in a beautiful ranch setting and up on the hillsides, go past the University of Montana area, and on to Downtown Missoula. As runners make that last turn onto Higgins, they experience a rush from the crowds of people lining the streets cheering them on.
The short five minute video below shows people exactly what to expect. One runner said, “You try to find a course that is a little bit of everything and I think that is what Missoula is.”
Bagels on Broadway is the perfect lunch stop in the downtown Missoula area, plus they offer delivery for downtown Missoula. Fresh, made-to-order sandwiches are made complete with their meal accompanists such as juices, milk, sodas, chips, fruit, cookies, and yogurt parfaits topped with their homemade granola. Bagels on Broadway does offer breakfast, but guests of Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast will receive our delicious complimentary homemade gourmet breakfast each morning of their time with us.
Bernice’s Bakery in Missoula offers something different for lunch every day and promises to use the best ingredients that can be found. You can count on it being fresh, delicious, and affordable. All of their sandwiches are made on bread baked in their kitchen and include vegetarian choices. A scratch made soup will always be part of the equation as well. Guests can find something tasty for lunch from 11 am to 4 pm, seven days a week. In addition, their bakery offers treats and desserts (including wedding cakes) and they also offer delicious and creative holiday fresh baked goods!
After 13 years, Montana residents Jack and Christy Wich were able to move the Bake Shop out of their house. In June of 2010 the Black Cat Bake Shop opened at 2000 West Broadway in Missoula. A wedding cake should showcase your personality while representing your love and commitment for each other in beautiful edible art! Let their chefs use their creativity and passion to create a wedding cake for you that is the perfect marriage of exquisite taste and elegant design. They also serve delicious organic hearth bread as well as beverages including coffee, espresso, and tea. The Black Cat is active in community fundraisers, so look for certain events!
The Buttercup Market offers lunch 11 am to 3 pm daily. From soups and sandwiches to salads and empanadas, they have something delicious waiting for you. In the market they offer a wide range of local, regional, organic, and gluten free produce and products. Whether it’s from their dairy case, meat freezer, bulk grain section, beer and wine area, or off their shelves, guests are sure to find some fantastic Montana goods! The Buttercup is an important link to our community as well- they often host shows and receptions featuring local, Missoula artists. It’s always spring at The Buttercup because the name refers to the first wildflower to bloom in our area!
Cupcake Cowboy is a gourmet cupcake company in Missoula that bakes tasty cupcakes from scratch using the best ingredients. This mother-daughter run company takes orders for birthdays, weddings, and special events. They even offer flavorful gluten-free cupcakes. Take a look at their delightful Facebook page. Your mouth will water when you see their cupcake creations, guaranteed!
Great Harvest Bread Company serves fresh sandwiches for lunch during 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. They offer catering of sandwiches and salads in large quantities for events. Their whole wheat bread is rich, moist, hearty, great-tasting, and full of vitamins. This locally owned and operated Missoula bakery (by Linda and Dave) knows their Montana wheat farmers by first name. They also know their frequent customers on that basis as well. Located close to Hellgate Highschool, they are always handing out free samples to hungry teens and anyone who comes through their door. Their apple-crunch loaf and holiday specials are one of a kind!
Le Petit Outre, loosely translated as ‘The Little Outrageous’, is a locally owned Missoula bakery offering a wide range of breads and pastries. From their delicious hearth breads to their decadent pastries, people can stop by their retail shop on 129 4th St. West in Missoula, Montana, or find their goods at Missoula’s finest grocers and restaurants. If you’d like to take an inexpensive trip to Europe, Le Petit Outre will take you there!
The Pearl Café at 231 East Front Street in Missoula, Montana is open Monday through Saturday starting at 5 pm. Pearl Cafe received the Best Restaurant, Best Romantic Dining and Best Restaurant Service in a polling of Missoulians by the Missoula Independent in 2010. In addition to their romantic dinners, they have a bakery that makes a lot of beautiful wedding cakes.
Brady and Elaine offer a wonderful mountain bed and breakfast for relaxation as well as fun activities. Guests can enjoy their tasty Blue Mountain breakfasts and later in the day visit these local Missoula, Montana bakeries with incredibly fresh bread, soups, sandwiches, and treats!
University of Montana football games attract many fans and spectators. Starting with the next game, all of their games for the rest of this season will be televised. However, there is nothing like being there in person to witness the action and excitement. Get your Griz Football Tickets soon!
There are 6 home games during this 2014 Football Season Schedule:
September 6 vs. Central Washington
September 13 vs. South Dakota
September 27 vs. Northern Colorado
October 18 vs. U of California-Davis
November 1 vs. Sacramento State
November 22 vs. Montana State
It all builds up until the final game against their archrival Montana State. Whether you are University of Montana fan (or a fan of one of the competing college football teams the Grizzlies play against this season) visitors are in for a real treat when they attend a live, heart-pounding, and thrilling football game along with the cheering crowd at the University of Montana in Missoula.
It just so happens that Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast is located in Missoula, Montana. We have breathtaking views of mountains as well as the Bitterroot River. Our peaceful property is just steps away from the historic Lewis and Clark trail.
We are far out enough to enjoy the calm and quiet of the nature outside our beautiful bed and breakfast, but conveniently close to the University of Montana. Guests will enjoy a complimentary full (and delicious) breakfast. A recent comment on Trip Advisor said that, “Brady sure knows how to cook!”
Innkeepers Brady and Elaine love extending their friendly hospitality to their guests. In fact, Elaine and Brady cannot imagine missing out on the joy of entertaining guests. They wish everyone could visit them–just not all at the same time! They are dedicated to giving their guests the best bed and breakfast experience possible.
Follow Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast on Twitter and like them on Facebook! They even have a Pinterest board courtesy Bed and Breakfast Blogging. Brady and Elaine look forward to their guests coming to stay at Blue Mountain and hope guests will also enjoy one of the Grizzlie football games this fall season! No matter who any of us roots for, we can all shout, “GO TEAM!”