Rain and snow this evening turning to all snow overnight. Low 32F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precip 90%..
Rain and snow this evening turning to all snow overnight. Low 32F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precip 90%.
Updated: December 4, 2021 @ 10:22 pm
Lead vocalist and guitarist Clemens Rehbein is doused in white and red lights during Milky Chance's song opener at the Wilma, Nov. 16. The German band was scheduled to play in Missoula back in 2019 but was forced to continuously reschedule their performance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After Milky Chance had to cancel its concert back in 2019, fans were able to see the German band live at the Wilma.
Clemens Rehbein sings his heart out as he's bathed in red fluorescent light.
Packed together shoulder-to-shoulder, hundreds of fans gathered to see Milky Chance perform live at a sold-out Wilma.
Lead vocalist of Giant Rooks Frederik Rabe shines bright under lights at the Wilma as he taps along to the beat of the music. Giant Rooks was the opener band for Milky Chance.
Giant Rooks bassist Luca Göttner gets showered by pink and white strobes as he claps along with the audience.
Milky Chance came back to the Garden City for a round two performance in front of concert-hungry fans.
Milky Chance lead guitarist Antonio Greger, right, and drummer Sebastian Schmidt play in synchrony in front of blue, fluorescent lights.
Giant Rooks bassist Luca reacts as he shreds base chords under fluorescent lights.
Fred Rabe fearlessly leaps into the air with guitar in hand as he sings Giant Rooks' last opener song.
Fans crammed up against the railing at the front of the stage rave and bump their heads to the groovy music of Milky Chance.
Clemens Rehbein has an artistic moment as he shreds guitar chords in front of the mic.
Antonio Greger smiles as he jams out in front of concert-hungry fans at the Wilma.
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