The Dead South Announce Concert at KettleHouse Amphitheater in 2024

Award winning Canadian folk/bluegrass band The Dead South will bring their Chains & Stakes Tour to KettleHouse Amphitheater in Bonner, Montana near Missoula on August 5, 2024.

Hailing from Regina, Saskatchewan, The Dead South’s distinctive gritty style and captivating performances have earned them consistent recognition in the folk and bluegrass scene. In 2019, they won the Canadian Independent Music Awards’ “Best Group of the Year.” They received Juno Awards for “Traditional Roots Album of the Year” in 2018 for Illusion and Doubt and Sugar & Joy in 2020.

The Dead South are gearing up for the release of their fourth studio album, Chains & Stakes, slated to released on February 9th. They’ve already teased the album with two singles “A Little Devil” and “Tiny Wooden Box.”

Prepare for an evening of high-energy, foot-stomping Americana and get your tickets asap!


GROOVE PRESALE: A limited amount of Groove Presale tickets for The Dead South will be available ONLINE ONLY (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, January 18th. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Friday, January 19, 2023 at 8:00AM at The Top Hat, The ELMonline, or by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000.. General Admission standing pit tickets, reserved stadium seating tickets, and general admission lawn tickets are available. Shuttle and parking tickets for this event will also be available for advance purchase soon. All ages are welcome.

About The Dead South

The Dead South have never been about constant reinvention, but about full commitment to their own singular way. With confidence in their sound and style and trust in each other, The Dead South arrive at the cusp of explosive global success in an enviable, and well-earned, position: total autonomy. It doesn’t really matter what you call their music – progressive bluegrass, alternative Americana, country, folk and western, what matters is that this is theirs, and people from all different backgrounds, beliefs, experiences, languages and ages love it.

True blue right through, The Dead South don’t shy away from ruffling traditionalists’ feathers from time to time, as they flawlessly execute banjo rolls and lightning-fast mandolin tremolos, 3-part harmonies and songs of classic themes -murder ballads, disloyalty, ghosts and the like, all with a wink and a smile. As they continue their climb to the top, The Dead South have learned an important lesson: If you’re going to be outsiders, you’d better be great.

Confirmed by the passion of their Dead South cosplaying fans, who go to concerts in the band’s signature look, this four-piece acoustic set from the middle of the Canadian prairies have found their people. Good Company, as they call themselves, is a global community of vastly dissimilar folks who might not see eye to eye, but who stand shoulder to shoulder at the gigs.