If you're like me and you've been missing concerts a whole lot over the past several months, this is definitely a good event to check out. The Giggle Box is holding a singer/songwriter showcase this Friday, a small, socially-distanced show that will allow some local Missoula musicians to perform.

If you've never been to The Giggle Box, they're the first interactive art museum in Montana, and they're located right in the Southgate Mall. I went there a little while ago, and was really blown away by how cool the place was, with so many exhibits and stuff to see that I need to get back there again.

And if you want to head there, you've only got a few more weeks to do it - The Giggle Box was always planned as a limited-time thing, and they'll be closing up at the end of December.

So I'd recommend making a day of it! Head there a couple of hours before the showcase and check out the museum so you really have the chance to explore, and then be ready in the lobby at 7:30 this Friday, December 4th. There will be tables in front of the stage with a max of up to five people at each table. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased right here.

This would be worth it just for the chance to hear some live music for the first time in months, but the added bonus of checking out the Giggle Box makes it a must for anyone who hasn't been yet. Or even if you have, there's probably stuff that you missed the first time you were there.

Will you be checking out The Giggle Box's singer/songwriter showcase?

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