Celebrating the music of Tom Petty in Bozeman means belting out the lyrics along with a few hundred of your closest friends while The Waiting is playing on stage. It's like the world's best singalong, and it's happening on Saturday night at The Rialto in downtown Bozeman.

  • WHO: The Waiting (with special guest, Sean Divine to open)
  • WHERE: The Rialto (10 West Main Street, downtown Bozeman)
  • WHEN: Saturday, February 25th, 2023
  • TIME: Doors at 7pm, show at 8pm
  • TICKETS: $20 in advance, $27 at the door (so buy them in advance!!!)

Anybody who has seen The Waiting knows what a good time it is. Great music, great people, and great vibes. The Rialto is a fantastic downtown venue for live music, and it's been three years since The Waiting has played there. When you get your tickets in advance, they're just $20.

Born right here in beautiful Bozeman, Montana the band still enjoys the talents of its co-founders, Grammy award winner Doc Wiley and legendary guitar slinger Rick Winking, but has been reinvigorated with new talent, while staying true to its roots as a raucous band of brothers, first and foremost.

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Chris Gillette brings his signature vocal styling and jangly rhythm guitar to the role as lead singer. Ethan Decker continues his father Paul Decker’s legacy as drummer for the band. Kyle Brenner of Montana music institution The Max showcases his talents on guitar and backing vocals (and cello!).

Amazing Bozeman talent Ryan Garnsey on keyboard and vocals , son of Tom Garnsey of The Hooligans and head honcho at Vootie Entertainment, joins the band on keys.

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