KettleHouse Amphitheater Constructs Giant Underground Trout Aquarium

Prepare to reel in the good times like never before — KettleHouse Amphitheater has just announced its latest addition to the venue — a massive underground aquarium that will hold thousands of trout for your viewing pleasure during concerts. 

That’s right, while you’re jamming out to your favorite band, you can also enjoy the beautiful sight of native trout swimming beneath your feet. The KettleHouse team has been working tirelessly to make this dream a reality, and it’s no small feat (or should we say fin).

 “We wanted to give our fans something they’ve never seen before,” says Logjam Presents Trout & Entertainment Expert, April F. “And we think this trout aquarium is going to be a real game-changer. We’re always willing to go into uncharted waters to push the boundaries to make an extra special concert experience.” 

To really make the giant aquarium flow with each concert, it will be illuminated with colorful lights that will sync up to the music, creating a truly unique and immersive experience for all in attendance. Kids will also be encouraged to feed the trout with Top Hat Concessions special fish food (made from real flies).

The tank will hold over 100,000 gallons of water, which is equal to 800,000 Cold Smokes! Don’t worry though, no beer will go in the tank. In fact, it will be equipped with state-of-the-art filtration systems to ensure the health and safety of the trout. 

You might be wondering “Where are you getting these trout?” Good question. We’re actually in the process of rescuing injured trout from the Blackfoot River. We’re going to rehabilitate these trout in our aquarium then release them back into the river when they’re healthy.

You might also be wondering? “Are these people serious?” No, we’re not serious. This is complete and utter nonsense.


There are no plans for an underground trout aquarium at KettleHouse Amphitheater (although it would certainly be interesting).  Our top priority is producing incredible concerts, so we’ll concentrate on that. We look forward to seeing you at a show this summer and hope you enjoy Montana’s trout elsewhere 🙂 Take a look at the 2023 KettleHouse Amphitheater lineup below. More shows to be announced soon!