Hornbread with Mint UV Halloween Party


Doors: 8pm, Show : 9pm

Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

It’s a high energy, radioactive Halloween bash with Hornbread and MINT! We’re bathing the Filler in blacklight so be ready to glow!

Hornbread is Bozeman’s premier ska band with an MSU Battle of the Band trophy under their belt and a rippin album on streaming services with thousands of plays. They’ll get you moving!

Hornbread Socials:



MINT is keeping progressive funk alive in Bozeman with a mixture of originals and covers. Featuring some of MSU’s best and brightest music school grads, these guys have the chops to make the party groove!

MINT Socials:


Sierra Gallagher Presents: Infinite Ammo, Geimreidh and Rid

7PM, 21+
Infinite Ammo
Powerviolence/grind from Missoula, MT
Black/thrash metal from Bozeman, MT
Brand new grind band from Bozeman, MT

Tophouse with Rob Wolf

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October 3, 2023

The Filling Station

Doors: 7 | Show: 8

$15 Advance | $20 Day of Show

TopHouse is a Montana-raised Americana/Folk band made up of Jesse Davis, Joe Larson, Will Cook, and Andy LaFave.

Created in 2015, the band began as a duo when two Music Composition majors at the University of Montana, guitarist/songwriter Jesse Davis and violinist William Cook, realized they loved playing music together and wanted to start – immediately. Lacking both a drummer and a singer, the first iteration of TopHouse was a virtuosity ‘Celtic folk’ instrumental duo with next-to-no connections. For about a year TopHouse performed in the bottom of parking garages in the cold Missoula air because “the reverb was cool.” William and Jesse eventually snuck their way into a local farmer’s market, and then moved onto the illustrious stardom of coffee shops, breweries, and weddings.

Joseph Larson, a singer, songwriter, and guitar/banjo player, joined the band in 2016. Joe wrote and performed songs, while Jesse’s songs like Where Are You and Summer Never Leaves – which, up to this point, had simply been instrumental violin pieces – finally came into their fullness. Joseph’s addition vaulted TopHouse to local fame, with the Missoulian naming TopHouse one the top 5 best new bands. Between 2017-2019 they released their self-produced EP Middle of Somewhere and their album Hopes & Fears while performing in festivals like the Bitterroot Celtic Festival, Avery Fest, and the Flathead Celtic Festival.

TopHouse moved to Nashville TN in October of 2019. They, like many musicians, were stranded at their shared home for most of 2020. During this year TopHouse wrote, recorded, and released their second album, Snapshot. When music city opened back up in 2021 TopHouse was invited to be the house band for Tennessee Brew Works and began performing in and around Nashville. After a difficult year of waiting and hoping, TopHouse prevailed, performing in events like the Local Show and going on their first official tours to Montana, Texas, and California.

In 2022 Andy LaFave the pianist joined TopHouse. Andy – an incredible songwriter and musician that regularly releases his own music under his solo project Don’t Dance – has performed with William and Joseph since childhood. With Andy’s help, TopHouse is working on their newest music release and will be ready to inspire the populace.

Brother Venus with Bad Neighbors

Doors : 8pm , Show : 9pm

Cover : $10 in advance, $15 at the door

Brother Venus are an alternative hard rock band out of Belgrade, Montana. Formed in 2019 by vocalist Cody Lindblom and guitarist/backing vocalist Kurt Binder, the band was originally intended to be a studio-only collaboration. After assembling a large catalog of songs in a short period of time, the pair decided it was time to make Brother Venus a full-fledged band. Clayton Damjanovich and Elliot Decker were brought on board to fill the drummer and bassist positions.

Nestled in the heart of Bozeman, Montana, and born of diverse influences and backgrounds, this ensemble, founded in 2023, seamlessly melds genres to create a sound uniquely their own. At the forefront is Brett Griesbaum, a commanding vocalist whose roots extend deep into the realms of country and pop/rock. The band’s sound is further enriched by the metal and hard rock prowess of Cooper Simmons on rhythm guitar, while lead guitarist Hoyt Mangrum, drawing from folk and singer-songwriter traditions, infuses the group’s sound with textured solos and harmonies. Kevin Omadt, the band’s bassist, draws inspiration from pop-punk and funk, laying down infectious basslines that define their style. Anchoring it all is drummer Josh Omadt, whose classical percussion background lends a tight rhythmic drive to their performances. With a repertoire spanning from electrifying covers like ‘Burnin’ For You’ and ‘Mr. Brightside’ to heartfelt originals such as ‘Best Part of Me,’ Bad Neighbors exudes a genre blending charm.

Filthy Family Presents : X-Raided w/ Unconventional Kingz / Filth and Foul / Ekoe Blaq / ilah Montana


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Wobble Wednesday : Sunday School Takeover

No Cover

Music from 7:30 to Midnight

For this installment of Wobble Wednesday we have the Sunday School guys coming down to play! Denim encouraged. Let Nintendeaux, Flintlock Kernswood, and Carr Tell preach to you for a few hours at the Filler August 2nd! 7:30- 12:00 21+ and NO COVER

Tyler James Presents: 2nd Annual Jerry Garcia Birthday Bash


Doors: 8pm, Show : 9pm

Jesse Atkins and Rich Robiscoe: 9 to 9:30
Ella Cole: 9:35 to 9:55
Mike Beck and Kenny Williams: 10 to 10:30
Roadrunner: 10:35 to ?

Cover : $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Tyler James Presents the 2nd Annual Jerry Garcia Birthday Bash featuring Roadrunner: A loving tribute to the Jerry Garcia Band plus special Jerry tribute sets by Mike Beck, Jesse Atkins & Ella Cole. Celebrate Jerry’s 81st on Tuesday, August 1st starting at 9pm. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. All sales final, 21+, no refunds or transfer of tickets… You should be there anyway!

Madeline Hawthorne & The Dead Yellers

Doors: 8pm, Show : 9pm

Cover : $8 in advance on Sellout.io

Madeline Hawthorn Bio:

Co-produced by Brad Parsons and Fruition’s Tyler Thompson, ‘Boots’ marks the solo debut from critically acclaimed Montana singer/songwriter Madeline Hawthorne, who steps into the spotlight here with equal parts grit and charm. ‘Boots’ is a work of profound reflection and self-discovery, reckoning with evolution and independence while facing down the pressures of modern womanhood with unflinching honesty and steadfast resilience. The songs here are bold and ambitious, captured live in the studio with minimal overdubs, resulting in a raw, rousing collection that blurs the lines between roots, country, and soul as it transforms pain into beauty and doubt into hope.

Born to a classical vocalist mother and a concert conductor father, Hawthorne was surrounded by music throughout her childhood, but she never considered it a viable career path until she landed in Montana, where she launched The Hawthorne Roots in 2014. The group quickly built a loyal following—The Bozeman Daily Chronicle hailed the five-piece’s “tightly woven harmonies and relentlessly catchy melodies,” while Bozeman Magazine readers voted them Best New Band and Best Folk Performers—and toured throughout the West, earning dates with the likes of Nicki Bluhm and Dustbowl Revival and landing festival slots from Targhee and Yarmony to Red Ants Pants and Big Sky Big Grass before going their separate ways in 2020.

With the release of ‘Boots’ Madeline Hawthorne was invited to perform at regional mountain festivals including Treefort in Boise, Sawtooth Valley Gathering in Stanley and Wildlands in Big Sky, supporting Jason Isbell and Lukas Nelson. She followed up the summer festival season with support performances for Josh Turner, Nathaniel Rateliff, Kip Moore, Langhorne Slim and John Craigie. Rich Anderson of The Jackson Hole Daily says “This is a rare soulful country, a powerful and beautiful sound.” Whether it’s performing solo or with her 5-piece band, Madeline continues to win over fans one at a time with her powerful vocals and high energy performances. Keep your eyes and ears open for new music coming out in 2023.

The Dead Yellers Bio:

Songwriter Peter King gears his lyrics around the human condition, love, war, and self control. His songs tell the story of honest blue collar life in a small town. His influences range from the sad high lonesome classic country sound to the individualist ideals of a diy punk rock show at the local vfw. His blend of high energy dance numbers and soft sad ballads round out The Dead Yellers true Montana sound.

Jared James Nichols Band

Music Villa is excited to be hosting the Jared James Nichols Band for a one-night concert at the Filling Station in Bozeman, June 29, 2023.
** Tickets are very limited **
Tickets are will-call only. Once you purchase, your tickets will be available at will-call on the day of the event.
Thursday, June 29, 2023
Doors 8pm, Show 9pm
The Filling Station
2005 N Rouse Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715
21 and over