The Billings Outpost

Calendar of Events

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Thursday, July 2

•Project Linus of Yellowstone County meets the first Thursday of each month to make blankets for children to age 18 who are ill or traumatized. Blankets are then distributed from shelters, social service agencies or hospitals. 12 Garden Ave. To volunteer, donate or receive a blanket, contact Terri Malucci at 855-7999.

•The ADA Legacy Tour celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Activities include a walk and roll beginning at Stewart Park, the national tour bus, speakers, bluegrass by Southbound, vendors, raffle drawings, concessions and a games area for kids. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Kmart.

•Open Studio, on the theme “Art in Action,” gives participants a chance to draw plant portraits on black paper with oil pastels based on “The Art in Action” exhibition. 10 a.m. to noon or 1-3 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum. $6 or $5 for YAM members. For details, visit www.artmuseum.org. To register, contact Berenice Munson at 256-6804, ext. 232, or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Thursdays through July 30.

•LIVINGSTON – The Livingston Depot Festival of the Arts brings together nearly 100 artists and craftspeople from Montana and other Western states to display everything from oil paintings to pottery, blacksmithing, woodcrafts, stained glass, vintage curios, inlaid furniture, photography, craft soaps and gifts, and handcrafted jewelry. Homemade pie and other goodies are available. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Livingston Depot. Through Saturday.

•Fourth of July Story Time relates tales of American independence. 10:30 a.m., Billings Public Library.

•Family Heroes: Tales for the Time Capsule gives family members a chance to record family history for preservation in the library’s time capsule or for inclusion in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Reserve one or two 30-minute sessions for the conversation. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Billings Public Library. Call 657-8258 to reserve a time. Mondays and Thursdays through July 23.

•RED LODGE – The Fourth of July Parade celebrates American independence and kicks off the Home of Champions Rodeo. Noon, downtown. Also Friday and Saturday.

•The Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, a place to buy local produce direct from gardeners and farmers, returns with a new “boot camp” to help shoppers cook easy meals on a budget using fruits and vegetables. Extension agents with MSU Extension’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program offer the Buy Eat Live Better cooking class series using produce found at the market. 4:30-6:30 p.m., South Park. Thursdays through Oct. 1.

•The Adam Ezra Group plays in the Alive After 5 concert series. 5-8 p.m., The Rex. Free music, $2 for alcohol wrist band.

•Surgeon John Pender and nurse practitioner Daen Scott discuss options for treating weight-related disorders, includingmetabolic surgery. 5:30 p.m., Mary Alice Fortin Health Conference Center at Billings Clinic Hospital. Free. To register, call 255-8440 or 1-800-252-1246 or register online at www.billingsclinic.com.

•John Roberts y Pan Blanco play in the St. John’s Summer Concert Series. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for these outdoor shows. 6 p.m., Rimrock and Shiloh roads.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•Zach Winkelmann and Allison Stafford from Atlas Chiropractic of Billings teach a Wellness Program about chiropractic and how the nervous system functions. In this interactive presentation for all ages, participants learn how their brain, spine and nerves work, as well as what happens when they aren’t working properly. 6:15 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•The North Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 7 p.m., North Park Center.

•RED LODGE – At the Rosebud Moon Walk, hydrologist Andy Efta and outdoor recreation planner Jeff Gildehaus talk about water issues in the Beartooth Mountains and about the history of Mystic Lake Dam. 7 p.m., West Rosebud Lake.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Daisy Dukes, 222 N. Broadway.

•Frankie Ballard, who had a Top 15 hit in “Helluva Life,” from his Sunshine and Whiskey album, plays live music. He first hit the public spotlight with two Top 30 singles, “Tell Me You Get Lonely” and “A Buncha Girls,” and he has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry and opened for Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift and Bob Seger, among others. “My bread and butter is playing live,” he says. “The band and I really hammer the road and I don’t want to slow down. We give everything we’ve got to put on a heck of a show.” 8 p.m., Babcock Theater. $25 or $22 in advance at 1111presents.com, Pub Station Box Office (2502 First Ave. N.), or by calling 1-877-987-6487.

•SW16 plays rock, blues and country. 8 p.m., Railyard. $6.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

Friday, July 3

•LIVINGSTON – The Livingston Depot Festival of the Arts brings together nearly 100 artists and craftspeople from Montana and other Western states to display everything from oil paintings to pottery, blacksmithing, woodcrafts, stained glass, vintage curios, inlaid furniture, photography, craft soaps and gifts, and handcrafted jewelry. Homemade pie and other goodies are available. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Livingston Depot. Through Saturday.

•LIVINGSTON – Sheila Hrasky and Tandy Miles Riddle, the “Train in Art” artists at the Livingston Depot, offer art classes for children and adults. The children’s classes involve drawing with pencils or crayons, followed by a snack and chalk drawings on the sidewalk. The adult classes (ages 12 and up) are plein air events with materials provided. Children’s class, 10 a.m. to noon, Livingston Depot, $10; adult class, 3-5 p.m., $30. Also offered on July 23, Aug. 20 and Sept. 5.

•Hoof It with a Historian takes a stroll along the Rimrocks to Yellowstone Kelly’s grave. The area’s use as a Crow fasting site and cemetery also is discussed. 10 a.m., Swords Rimrock Park. $10, $5. Call 256-6809 for directions. Also Aug. 7 and Sept. 11.

•ROUNDUP – The Roundup Independence Days Extravaganza offers three days of activities for the entire family. The Roundup Community Parade is at 11 a.m. today, and RIDE Kids Kountry opens at 1 p.m. at Roundup City Park with bouncy houses, bungee jumping and face painting. Evening entertainment, beginning at 6:45 p.m. at Roundup City Park, is by David Frizzell and Friends, Marty Haggard, Plug Nickels, and with Lonnie Bell as master of ceremonies. Fireworks by the Skylighters follow the performances. Through Sunday.

•The Midland Empire Pachyderm Club meets. Noon, Elks Club.

•RED LODGE – The Fourth of July Parade celebrates American independence and kicks off the Home of Champions Rodeo. Noon, downtown. Also Saturday.

•PRYOR – Dominique Woodham, wildland fire coordinator for the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, speaks on ways to practice fire safety and prevention. 1 p.m., Chief Plenty Coups State Park, 1 Edgar Road.

•RED LODGE – The Red Lodge Farmers’ Market offers farm-raised produce and meats, along with baked goods, salsa, canned goods and crafts. 3:30-6 p.m., Lions Park. Fridays through Sept. 25.

•RED LODGE – The First Friday Artwalk goes on downtown. 5-7 p.m.

•Plots and Rocks plays live music at Jam at the YAM. First drink is free for new member sign-ups and membership renewals. 5:30 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum. Free for members or with regular admission.

•Joe Sullivan plays live music. 6:30 p.m., The Rex, 2401 Montana Ave.

•BOZEMAN – James Stewart stars in the movie “Shenandoah” in the Summer Western Series. 7 p.m., Ellen Theater. $5. For tickets, call (406) 585-5885 or go to theellentheatre.com.

•RED LODGE – Casey Epps hosts open mic night. 7 p.m., Elks Lodge.

•LAUREL – The Jaycees Street Dance kicks off Fourth of July events in Laurel with live rock by ZeN. 7 p.m., Second Avenue and First Street. $5.

•Thira, an industrial groove metal band out of Minneapolis with a steampunk edge, performs in concert with local support from Iron Swarm and Keine Namen, a Ramstein cover band. 8 p.m., Railyard. $10.

•“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” is shown in the Kiwanis Movies in the Park series. Dusk, Rose Park. Free.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•DJMK plays music to dance by. 9 p.m., Shooters.

Saturday, July 4

•Fourth of July. If you decide to celebrate the Fourth by burning a Confederate flag, remember that fireworks, exploding targets and luminaries with open flame are prohibited on federal lands. If you build a campfire or use a charcoal grill, remember to put it completely out after use. Keep a shovel and water bucket on hand. Avoid driving or riding through tall, dry grass. Also, law enforcement agencies are deploying additional patrols over the holiday to watch for drunk drivers on what the National Safety Council calls the most dangerous holiday of the year. Finally, the Best Friends Animal Society warns that fireworks can take a toll on pets, so keep pets indoors and turn on music or the TV to keep them calm.

•LAUREL – Start the Fourth of July off right with the Jaycees pancake breakfast at 6 a.m. in Fireman’s Park, Main Street and First Avenue. The Food Fair goes on from 9 a.m. until dark at the Dodger parking lot, and the Craft Fair begins at 10 a.m. in Thomson Park. The Kiddies Parade begins at 10 a.m. and the Grand Parade at 11 a.m., both downtown. The famous Laurel fireworks display caps the day at dark at Thomson Park.

•ROUNDUP – The Roundup Independence Days Extravaganza offers a day of activities for the entire family. A parade gets under way at 11 a.m., Brown’s Carnival goes on, and ZZ3, a ZZ Top tribute band, plays live music at 7 p.m. at Roundup City Park. Through Sunday.

•Admission costs $1 on the first Saturday of every month at the Yellowstone Art Museum. Members get in free.

•LAUREL – Live bluegrass music goes on every Saturday. 9 a.m. to noon, Owl Café.

•LIVINGSTON – The Livingston Depot Festival of the Arts brings together nearly 100 artists and craftspeople from Montana and other Western states to display everything from oil paintings to pottery, blacksmithing, woodcrafts, stained glass, vintage curios, inlaid furniture, photography, craft soaps and gifts, and handcrafted jewelry. Homemade pie and other goodies are available. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Livingston Depot.

•ROBERTS – On Junior Ranger Activity Day, kids ages 5 to 13 earn a Montana State Parks Junior Ranger Badge by exploring animal habitats, dissecting owl pellets, competing against wildlife and learning about keeping parks clean. 10-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m., Cooney State Park. Free.

•RED LODGE – The Fourth of July Parade celebrates American independence and kicks off the Home of Champions Rodeo. Noon, downtown.

•RED LODGE – The Norrine the Outlaw Queen Band plays country and western. 2 p.m., Bull ’n Bear Saloon.

•Jimmypalooza is a block party with live music by Where There’s Fire and Pi+Fire, followed by a pyromusical. 5 p.m., Murphy Avenue.

•Joe Sullivan plays live music. 6:30 p.m., The Rex, 2401 Montana Ave.

•Dylan Petit plays live music. 7 p.m., Yellowstone Cellars and Winery.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

•The Rap at the Railyard Round 3 Hip-Hop Festival features performances by Docz, Macnificent, Navarro Beatz, Youngwill and Stoney Montana, also known as Yung Sean. 9 p.m., Railyard.

Sunday, July 5

•ROUNDUP – The Roundup Independence Days Extravaganza features Cowboy Church with the Rev. Dave Collins (8 a.m.), followed by the Buttons and Bows Youth Rodeo at 10:30 a.m. at the Ridge Riders Arena.

•ABSAROKEE – The Cold Hard Cash Show, a Johnny Cash tribute band, performs at the Montana BBQ Cook-Off (4:30 p.m.), along with a performance by the Jeremy Graham Band (2 p.m.) from Georgia. The contest offers more than $12,000 in cash and prizes, along with microbrews and entertainment for families and kids. Also playing are the 2 GeeZerZ and HannaH (11:30 a.m.) and Nye Express. For information, go to www.montanabbqcookoff.com.

•The Weekend Wonders program is open to all ages. 2-3:30 p.m., Audubon Conservation Education Center. $2 or free for Friends of the Center. Every Sunday, with no registration required.

•RED LODGE – Honey’s Café holds an acoustic jam. 2-4 p.m., 209 S. Broadway.

•The Norrine the Outlaw Queen Band plays country and western. 4:30 p.m., Tiny’s Tavern.

•Adam Rutt and the Vigilante 7 host an evening of open blues, rock and country jam. 6-11 p.m., Andy’s Lounge, 1815 First Ave. N. Free.

•Yellowstone Howard hosts the Acoustic Sunday Sessions garage jam. 6 p.m., Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Live jazz goes on most Sunday evenings at Walkers Grill.

•Mötley 2, a Mötley Crüe tribute band, stops by the Railyard with guest Redrocket out of Sheridan, Wyo., and a local band, Where There’s Fire. 7 p.m., 2526 Montana Ave. $10.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Monday, July 6

•New Faces Core Camp 1 begins a two-week program for incoming third- through seventh-grade students. Focusing on character and relationships, students explore acting, movement, voice and stage craft. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through July 17 with showcase on July 18. Go to NOVAbillings.org.

•Family Heroes: Tales for the Time Capsule gives family members a chance to record family history for preservation in the library’s time capsule or for inclusion in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Reserve one or two 30-minute sessions for the conversation. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Billings Public Library. Call 657-8258 to reserve a time. Mondays and Thursdays through July 23.

•Children have a chance to make something fun and creative on Make and Take Mondays. Those under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult. 3-5 p.m., Craft Corner at Billings Public Library.

•West Coast swing dance lessons are offered every Monday for fun and practice. No partner required. Beginners, 7:15 p.m.; Beginners II, 8:30 p.m.; Social/Practice Party, 9:30 p.m.; Elysian School, 6416 Elysian Road. Free.

•Dance Fever Inc. begins a six-week series of lessons in country two-step dancing with Mike Anderson. 6 p.m., 5710 Interstate Ave. No. 2. Call 254-9595.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Tuesday, July 7

•BOZEMAN – Copper Spring Ranch’s 2015 Rodeo Bible Camp, on the theme “Attitude of a Champion,” gets under way to help rodeo champions train competitors of all ages. The camp features instruction in tie down, breakaway and team roping, steer wrestling and goat tying with a combination of ground work and practice with live cattle and goats. The curriculum includes motivational teaching and positive practice instruction. $300, including food and lodging. Go to CopperSpringRanch.com or call (406) 585-7008. Through Thursday.

•BOZEMAN – Jeff Cuskey, a retired U.S. Navy commander and expert in government contracting, takes over as director of the newly created Bozeman Procurement Technical Assistance Center, which helps businesses with required registrations, identification of contract opportunities, help in understanding requirements and in preparing and submitting bids. Mr. Cuskey moves to Bozeman from California, where he was the senior procurement specialist with the Monterey Bay PTAC. For more information on the Montana PTAC, go to www.montanaptac.org/.

•J.D. March, author of “Dance with the Devil,” speaks and signs books. The book, part of The Devil’s Own series, is about a gunfighter who arrives at his father’s ranch and finds a brother he never knew existed. The next book in the series is Uneasy Alliance. 2 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•E-reader support is offered on Tech Tuesday. 4 p.m., Computer Lab at Billings Public Library. Registration required by calling 657-8258.

•Learn about computer programming, app development and game design at CoderDojo. No experience is required, and mentors guide 11- and 12-year-olds in the right direction. A guardian or parent is required to attend with their child. 5:30-7 p.m., Computer Lab at Billings Public Library. Every Tuesday.

•Artful Women of Montana hosts a discussion with Virginia Bryan, president of Artwalk Downtown Billings and past chairman of the High Plains Book Awards Committee. She is as freelance writer and teacher and a former attorney. 5:30 p.m., Community Room at Billings Public Library. Free.

•MILES CITY – Montana Shakespeare in the Parks performs “Cyrano de Bergerac,” Edmond Rostand’s famous play about a brilliant swordsman and poet who shies away from love because of his extraordinarily large nose. Si Osborne of Chicago directs. Chairs, blankets and picnics are welcome. 6:30 p.m., Pumping Plant Park. Free. For information, visit www.shakespeareintheparks.org.

•Steve Gillis teaches a class in country waltz. 7 p.m., Dance Fever, 5710 Interstate Ave. No. 2. Call 254-9595.

•RED LODGE – Rob Owens hosts a weekly jam for musicians. 8 p.m., Snow Creek Saloon.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Wednesday, July 8

•LIVINGSTON – The Western Sustainability Exchange holds the Livingston Farmers Market, which offers locally grown produce and meat, baked goods, prepared foods, beer, and local arts, crafts, and jewelry. The Swingley Jazz Band performs. 4:30-7:30 p.m., Miles Band Shell Park. For a schedule of special events and live music, go to www.westernsustainabilityexchange.org. Wednesdays through Sept. 23.

•Open yoga classes welcome all levels, including beginners, to stretch, breathe and de-stress with yoga. 5:30-6:45 p.m., Room 3 at Billings Clinic. $7 or $45 for eight weeks. Call Kyle Neary at 255-8485 or 652-4955.

•Bring out your instruments for Hump Night Open Mic. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.

•Yellowstone Cellars and Winery holds open mic night. 6-8 p.m., 1335 Holiday Circle. For information on performing, contact Randy Wyman at 861-0749 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

•The Yellowstone Woodturners hold their monthly meeting for all skill levels with educational presentations each month. 7 p.m., Roaring ’20s Auto Clubhouse, 7400 Grand Ave. For information, go to www.yellowstoneturners.org or call Ron at 679-0902.

•Russell Rowland speaks at the Community Lecture Series on plans for the Native American Symposium scheduled for August at the Billings Public Library. Three panels are planned: one to discuss what happened in the past, one to discuss the problems of the present and one to discuss solutions to those problems. 7 p.m., Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2032 Central Ave.

•The Creative Writer’s Studio meets. 7 p.m., Billings Public Library.

•The Brainsick World Order Tour features Twisted Insane, C. Ray, King ISO, Z, Bishop, Kamikaze, Redro Killson and Dikulz. Opening acts are Johnny Unicorn, Idio, Ovey, The Soloist, Thw Banished Buddah, Tha Unknown, Known Conscious and Apache. 7 p.m., Railyard.

•RED LODGE – It’s open mic and comedy night. 7 p.m., Bull ’N Bear Saloon.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•Whitewater Ramble plays what it describes as “High-Octane Rocky Mountain DanceGrass,” beginning with traditional bluegrass instruments, then adding drums and applying to sounds ranging from disco to roots and Americana. The band’s latest album, Roots and Groove, features guests from the Infamous Stringdusters and Leftover Salmon and includes Grammy-winning John Macy on pedal steel. 9 p.m., Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N. $12 or $10 in advance at www.1111presents.com, the Pub Station box office or at 1-877-987-6487.

•Karaoke goes on six nights a week at Hudson’s Bar and Grille, with live music on Thursdays. 2658 Grand Ave.

Thursday, July 9

•MSU Billings offers another in a series of overnight sessions for freshmen students and their families. All incoming high school seniors who are attending the four-year campus or City College in the fall semester are required to participate in an overnight session. The mandatory orientation serves as an introduction to the campus and affords students the opportunity to meet other freshmen, faculty and staff before they begin classes. Students can also get help with advising, financial aid and registration. To reserve a spot, visit www.msubillings.edu/fye/orientation or call 657-2888. Also July 23-24 and Aug. 6-7.

•Open Studio, on the theme “Fantastic Animal Prints,” gives participants ages 5 to 12 a chance to design animal-self prints influenced by artist-in-residence Louis Habeck. 10 a.m. to noon or 1-3 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum. $6 or $5 for YAM members. For details, visit www.artmuseum.org. To register, contact Berenice Munson at 256-6804, ext. 232, or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Thursdays through July 30.

•Train to be a superhero and make a superhero mask at the Super Hero Camp. 10:30-11:30 a.m., Billings Public Library.

•Family Heroes: Tales for the Time Capsule gives family members a chance to record family history for preservation in the library’s time capsule or for inclusion in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. Reserve one or two 30-minute sessions for the conversation. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Billings Public Library. Call 657-8258 to reserve a time. Mondays and Thursdays through July 23.

•Children ages 8 to 12 explore Pictograph Caves State Park and hear stories about the distant past of Billings. 2 p.m. Free. Call 657-8256 to register.

•The Healthy By Design Gardeners’ Market, a place to buy local produce direct from gardeners and farmers, returns with a new “boot camp” to help shoppers cook easy meals on a budget using fruits and vegetables. Extension agents with MSU Extension’s Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program offer the Buy Eat Live Better cooking class series using produce found at the market. 4:30-6:30 p.m., South Park. Thursdays through Oct. 1.

•Team H&R Block holds a Relay for Life fundraiser. Mention Relay for Life when you dine in or call in an order, and a percentage of the bill will support Relay for Life. 5-9 p.m., Pizza Ranch.

•Reverend Slanky performs in the Alive After 5 concert series. 5-8 p.m., Walkers Grill. Free music, $2 for alcohol wrist band.

•The Clumsy Lovers play in the St. John’s Summer Concert Series. Bring a blanket or lawn chair for these outdoor shows. Jessica Lechner opens. 6 p.m., Rimrock and Shiloh roads. Free.

•Bring your instrument for the Thursday Night Jazz Jam. 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co. Free.

•The Central-Terry Park Neighborhood Task Force meets. 6:30 p.m., Terry Park Fire Station, Sixth Street West and Terry Avenue.

•Citizens Climate Lobby meets to work on creating the political will to pass a national Carbon Fee and Dividend. At today’s meeting, attendees at the recent International Conference and Lobby Day in Washington, D.C., report on their experiences and new skills. 7 p.m., Billings Unitarian Universalist Church, 2032 Central Ave.

•WORDEN – The Belly Dance Fitness class is offered. 7 p.m., Veterans of Foreign Wars. For information, contact Amina at 698-2191 or amina’This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Every Thursday.

•Laugh Jurassoff is an evening of open mic comedy. 8 p.m., Red Door Lounge.

•Projectile Comedy performs live improv. 8 p.m., Daisy Dukes, 222 N. Broadway.

•DJ Michael May and friends host KARAOKE NIGHTLY at 9 p.m., Crystal Lounge, 101 N. 28th St. 259-0010.

•J and Craz3d perform Montana rap featuring Skrillz. Railyard.

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