It seems like just yesterday when Bon Iver was playing to a sold out crowd during the season opener of the 2018 KettleHouse Amphitheater season.
That first show marked the beginning of a concert season representing more than just live entertainment, but a concert season dedicated to the conservation of the Blackfoot River that beautifully houses the Amphitheater.
The Logjam Foundation and Montana Trout Unlimited partnered up to form the Blackfoot River Fund with a proposed goal of $100,000. This money will be used by MTU to launch specific initiatives designated to the preservation of the Blackfoot River.
With the generous support of Montana concert goers, the Blackfoot River Fund has almost reached the $100,000 mark!
As of today, September 6th, we’ve surpassed $90,000, but only 3 more concerts remain at the Amp: Jason Isbell (9/8), Trombone Shorty (9/11), and Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly (9/23), which is sold out.
These are the last concerts to push the Fund over $100k, so Logjam is hoping for a strong finish.
Remember: contributing to the Fund is simple and really fun… just attend one of the remaining concerts and grab a drink while you’re there!
With your continued help, we can reach our goal to make sure we do everything we can to keep the Blackfoot River in pristine condition.
Stay up to date with the Blackfoot River Fund and learn more by checking out the webpage.