We waited all year for October.
And then we waited all October for Halloween. So now that it’s here, you’ll have to excuse us for being a little overwhelmed with excitement.
This year, U104.5 has brewed up a little listener love with some awesome Halloween-themed giveaways. Tune in to Lunch N’ Nette all this week during the lunch hour for your chance to win!
Rocky Horror Show LIVE! at the Wilma
Dr. Frank N’ Furter and his deviant crew from the Montana Actors’ Theatre are back at The Wilma Oct. 28 & 29, and we’re giving away tickets all day for the 8 pm showings both nights!
There’s two good reasons to make this show: You’ve seen it before and you know it’s hands-down the most exciting Halloween tradition since tri
ck-or-treating, or you HAVEN’T seen it before and it’s time to, well, get … experienced.
Or perhaps you just like wearing fishnets?
Whatever your reason, we’re going to be there and we’d love to take some friends, virgins or not.
This year’s production is directed by Rosie Ayers and takes its inspiration from the classic horror films of the ’30s and ’40s, with a healthy dose of dilapidated circus to boot. Heather Adams (Missoula’s “Best Dancer”) is back as choreographer, Robert Harsh is musical director and Reid Reimers returns to lead the cast in the starring role.
Read more about the production and purchase tickets HERE.
Gift certificates to Secret Seconds
Fine-tune your costume or buy an entire get-up on us with a gift certificate to one of Missoula’s finest thrift stores, Secret Seconds.
Run by the local YWCA organization, Secret Seconds boasts pretty much anything you’re looking for at two different Missoula locations. And the best part? Halloween is 50 percent off!
UM Theatre & Dance presents … Dracula by William McNulty
Originally dramatized by John L. Balderston and Hamilton Deane from Bram Stoker’s famous novel, Dracula is an undeniably theatrical manifestation of the age-old battle between good and evil, full of terror, eroticism, and heroics.
This chilling and sexy adaptation of the famous Gothic novel reintroduces audiences to the urbane and calculating Count Dracula, his victims Mina and Lucy, and his foes Seward and Van Helsing.
We’re giving away tickets to both the Oct. 26th AND 27th shows. Both start at 7:30 pm.
If you’re not feeling lucky and want to guarantee a seat at the show, you can buy tickets HERE.