More Than Just Music: KettleHouse Amphitheater Benefits Blackfoot Challenge

From Earth Day celebrations to more annual clean ups than you can shake a stick at, Missoulians are pros when it comes to caring for the gorgeous land they live on. Now, the KettleHouse Amphitheater, located on the beautiful banks of the Blackfoot River near Bonner, MT, will partner with the Blackfoot Challenge in the battle to keep Montana pure.

On July 13th,  Lyle Lovett and His Large Band will perform the opening show for the  Amphitheater and Logjam Presents will donate a portion of its proceeds from the event to benefit the Blackfoot Challenge.

Consistently collaborating with local Montana businesses, The Blackfoot Challenge  is a land-owner based, not-for-profit group dedicated to “cooperative conservation” of the Blackfoot river and the entire Blackfoot River Watershed. Covering around 1.5 million acres of beautiful Big Sky country, the Blackfoot Watershed silently services the Missoula community daily. Their efforts range from watershed education in schools to stream and habitat restoration. Such work is only possible with the help offered by the Missoula community.

LogJam Presents and the KettleHouse Amphitheater recognize that with enjoying such spectacular location, comes with ensuring the location survives in all its natural glory. Our team advocates for local values like environmentalism and preservation, alongside serving world-class entertainment to our community in the natural space they love. More important than hosting a concert at this breathtaking location is ensuring that the destination thrives environmentally (and musically) long-term.

So, don’t miss out on a great opportunity to be a patron of the arts while simultaneously stewarding the environment: July 13th at the KettleHouse Amphitheater with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band.

Tickets are still available online, at The Top Hat in downtown Missoula, and over the phone by calling (877) 987-6487. More information on the event can be found here.

Event: Lyle Lovett & His Large Band at KettleHouse Amphitheater 7/13/17

About Blackfoot Challenge: Reaching 1.5 million acres of land (Blackfoot River Watershed) with 1,297 members and 320 volunteers, the Blackfoot Challenge has served the Big Sky Country since 1993 in an effort to conserve the beautiful Blackfoot River. Working through channels like education, wildlife-human conflict and weed minimization, drought prevention, among others, the non-profit organization represents and works for Montanans interested in conserving and preserving the natural environment and Blackfoot Watershed.

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