I've always been a huge fan of concerts, so I'm really excited to find out who is coming to Billings in the coming year. Next year starts in only a few weeks, and in January we have a couple of awesome music acts that I think will be amazing, and I believe you will too. Check out the concerts coming to local venues in Billings in January.

Cory Johnson Live at the Cellars - Jan. 7th

Cory Johnson is a local musician right here in Billings who specializes in a soft country sound. He'll be playing at Yellowstone Cellars and Winery on Saturday, January 7th. It's also an all-ages show with no cover charge, so bring the whole family and enjoy Cory Johnson's beautiful music.

Casey Donahew at the Pub Station - Jan. 12th

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He's not a first-time visitor to Montana, and he's here to have some great fun! Check out Casey Donahew at the Pub Station on January 12th; tickets start at $25 and the show starts at 8 p.m.

M is for Music: Free Family Series at Alberta Bair Theater - Jan. 14th

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Here's one the whole family can enjoy courtesy of the Billings Symphony Orchestra and guest narrator Amy Schendel. This free concert for the whole family aims to answer the question, "What is music, and why is it important?" Head over to the Alberta Bair Theater on January 14th at 12 noon for the answer.

The Nameless: A Tribute to Slipknot at the Pub Station - Jan. 28th

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Metalheads, get ready for an awesome tribute to Slipknot with The Nameless. The Pub Station hosts them at the end of the month, as well as two other local tribute bands 1 Second to Go and Steal This Show! Tickets start at only $15 at The Pub Station website.

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Support your local music venues here in town and enjoy these great local music events. Did we miss any for January in Billings? Let us know on our mobile app or on our Facebook page.

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