Listen: KettleHouse Amphitheater 2024 Season Playlist

The 2024 Summer Concert Season at KettleHouse Amphitheater is here! This year is slated to be the most stacked concert lineup to date with 38 shows currently scheduled.

We made this playlist to help you stay up to date with all the music that’s coming to the Blackfoot this summer. Take a listen and check back often to see what music has been added. We’ll add new releases, throwback tracks, and more.

If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet, consider this your reminder while you still can! Many shows are already sold out and more are getting close.

And by the way — we have a few Premium Boxes available for several shows including Pinky & the Floyd, Vampire Weekend, String Cheese Incident, Slash, Blues Traveler & JJ Grey, Ziggy Marley w/ Lettuce and Lyle Lovett & His Large Band. Let us know you’re interested here!

5/15: Needtobreathe w/ Judah the Lion

NEEDTOBREATHE’s ninth studio album, CAVES, released on September 15, 2023, has been met with critical acclaim. CAVES is a collection of awe-inspiring melodies, breathtaking instrumentation and epic-scale energy, giving the band’s soul-probing approach a bigger, more expansive new scope –– one that American Songwriter writes is “brimming with anthemic, arena-worthy sounds” and has “larger-than-life productions.” Listen for yourself and check out the tracks “Everknown,” “Hideaway,” and “The Cave.”

Adding to the excitement, alt-rock sensation Judah & The Lion will be sharing the stage with NEEDTOBREATHE. Known for their high-energy performances, Judah & The Lion will ensure that this night is packed with electrifying music from start to finish.

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 | SOLD OUT

6/4: Excision w/ Atliens, Ray Volpe, Layz & Emorfik

Excision’s Nexus Tour will feature “The Biggest Excision Tour Production Ever” and an impressive support lineup.

Hailing from Kelowna, British Columbia, Excision’s live shows are nothing short of spectacular, featuring an incredible array of lights, lasers, and immersive visuals. Excision has headlined over 1,000 shows; played major festivals worldwide, including EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, and Ultra; and even curated his own massive festivals like Lost Lands and Bass Canyon. Excision boasts an expansive discography with five studio albums, many EPs and singles, and 15 annual fan-favorite mixes, amassing over 2 billion streams globally. Check out a few of his top tracks “Gold (Stupid Love),” “Rumble,” and “Name Drop.”

Tuesday, June 4, 2024 | Tickets

6/14: Charley Crockett w/ Noeline Hofmann

Following the success of his acclaimed 2022 concept album, The Man From Waco, Crockett has solidified his place as a leader in the revival of traditional country and folk music. Charley Crockett’s forthcoming album, $10 Cowboy, out April 26th, is a journey through the heart and soul of America. Nestled amidst Montana’s mountains along the Blackfoot River, the KettleHouse Amphitheater should provide the perfect backdrop for Charley Crockett and his ace band, the Blue Drifters.

Friday, June 14, 2024 | SOLD OUT

6/15: Pinky and the Floyd

Pinky and the Floyd will celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Division Bell with an unforgettable show modeled after the 1994 Division Bell Tour, which would later inspire the live release of Pulse. Pinky’s new production will showcase favorites from that era, as well as classic hits from across Pink Floyd’s diverse catalog. Pinky continue to grow their audience thanks to their attention to detail when it comes to replicating the sound and feel of Pink Floyd’s music. Their consistently packed shows are a testament to their fantastic live performances (photos).

Saturday, June 15, 2024 | Tickets

6/22 & 6/23: Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend released their self titled debut album in 2008. It included the hit singles “A-Punk” and “Oxford Coma” and has since been certified platinum. Their 2010 sophomore effort, Contra, hit #1 on the Billboard 200 and has been certified Gold. It also received a Grammy nomination for “Best Alternative Music Album” and it landed #6 on Rolling Stone‘s list of the “30 Best Albums of 2010.” Again, they were met with widespread critical acclaim when they released 2013’s Modern Vampires of the City. The album reached #1 on the Billboard 200, was certified gold, and won a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album. Their 2019 release, Father of the Bride was the third consecutive album to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 and garnered another Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album. They released their latest album, Only God Was Above Us, earlier this year.

Night 1: Saturday, June 22, 2024 | Sold Out

Matinee Show: Sunday, June 23, 2024 | Tickets

6/29 & 6/30: The String Cheese Incident

With an incredible 30-year journey, The String Cheese Incident has become an icon of independent, grass roots music in the U.S. Originating in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains in 1993, they’ve released 8 studio albums and toured relentlessly, embracing innovation in music and business. SCI has always prioritized their fans, going above and beyond to create a one-of-a-kind experience. Their record label, SCI Fidelity Records, embraced downloadable music and file sharing early on, delivering SCI’s “On The Road” series, where every show the band plays is made available for download on the Internet. Last year, SCI released their 8th studio album, Lend Me a Hand. Jambands.com praised the band and new record, saying “This new collection of songs not only showcases the band’s remarkable songwriting abilities but also delves into the depths of their emotions, offering some of their most intimate and powerful material to date.” SCI is fresh off the release of their latest single “Windy Mountain.”

Night 1: Saturday, June 29, 2024 | Tickets 

Night 2: Sunday, June 30, 2024 | Tickets

7/5: Slash w/ Warren Haynes Band, Samantha Fish & Eric Gales

Slash’s newly announced S.E.R.P.E.N.T. festival, which stands for Solidarity, Engagement, Restore, Peace, Equality N’ Tolerance, will kick off on July 5th on the Blackfoot River. That means you can be the first in the nation to experience this special show! And what better way to celebrate 4th of July weekend!? Slash, widely hailed as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, rose to fame in the 80s and 90s as a cornerstone of the classic rock behemoth Guns N’ Roses. His unmistakable sound reverberates through timeless hits like “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Paradise City” and “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” among many others. In 2012, Slash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2015, he received the prestigious Les Paul Award during the 30th Annual NAMM Technical Excellence & Creativity. Slash is set to release his highly anticipated sixth solo album, Orgy of the Damned, on May 17th.

Warren Haynes has played guitar with everyone from the Allman Brothers Band to The Dead to Dave Matthews Band. Samantha Fish has won an array of awards for her guitar skills including a Blues Music Award for 2018’s Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the Year. Originally hailed as a child prodigy, Eric Gales brings decades of experience and versatility, having lent his talents to countless recording sessions.

Friday, July 5, 2024 | Tickets

7/9: Blues Traveler and JJ Grey & Mofro

Blues Traveler have established themselves as one of the most beloved acts in blues rock history for over three and a half decades. They’ve sold over 10 million records, releasing 14 studio albums of which four have gone gold, three platinum, and one six-times platinum. Their top hits include the “Run Around,” “But Anyway,” and “Hook.” Blues Traveler blew fans away at the Amp in 2023 when they shared the stage with Big Head Todd and The Monsters (photos).

Since the late 1990s, JJ Grey & Mofro have carved out their own distinct path in the realm of Southern soul-rock. They’ve garnered a devoted following with their soulful sound, earning acclaim for their authentic approach to music. From the infectious grooves of “Lochloosa” to the soul-stirring balladry of “The Sun is Shining Down,” JJ Grey & Mofro’s music resonates deeply with fans. JJ Grey & Mofro have treated Montanans to many unforgettable performances over the years (photos).

Tuesday, July 9, 2024 | Tickets

7/11: Melissa Etheridge & Jewel

Both Etheridge and Jewel boast an impressive array of accolades, including Grammy Awards, Academy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, and Billboard Music Awards. Melissa Etheridge has achieved multiple platinum certifications for her albums, with her 1993 mega-hit Yes I Am standing out. Meanwhile, Jewel also holds several platinum albums, and her 1995 debut Pieces of You has earned the prestigious diamond certification.

Thursday, July 11, 2024 | SOLD OUT

7/13: Ziggy Marley w/ Lettuce

Ziggy Marley, the eldest son of the legendary Bob and Rita Marley, has helped carry the torch of Jamaican reggae music since he led the family band, Melody Makers, in the 1980s. He’s an eight-time Grammy winner, Emmy winner, musician, producer, activist, and humanitarian who’s also fresh off producing Bob Marley: One Love, which is quickly becoming one of the best performing musical biopics of all time. We’re looking forward to hearing classic Bob Marley and The Wailers anthems like “Could You Be Loved” and “One Love” in addition to Ziggy’s original hits like “Beach in Hawaii” “True to Myself” and the tour namesake “Circle of Peace.”

Saturday, July 13, 2024 | Tickets

7/14: Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit w/ Adeem The Artist

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are fresh off the release of their 2023 album, WeathervanesPaste rated it 8.2 out of 10 and said it’s “another undeniable product from Isbell and his fellow players.” Get a taste of the album and listen to “Death Wish” and “Middle of the Morning.”

Last year, Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit sold out the Amp for a fantastic 4th of July concert complete with a festive fireworks show (photos). It was a blast! We’re looking forward to having the 4-time Grammy winner back for what’s bound to be another unforgettable night on the Blackfoot.

Sunday, July 14, 2024 | Tickets

7/16: Lyle Lovett and his Large Band

With a total of 15 talented band members, Lyle Lovett and His Large Band deliver a live show that is truly one-of-a-kind. From the engaging banter between songs to the palpable chemistry among the musicians, each performance is a testament to their passion for music and camaraderie on stage. Since his self-titled debut in 1986, Lyle Lovett has released 14 albums, won four Grammy Awards and won the Americana Music Association’s inaugural Trailblazer Award. He was also named the Texas State Musician.

Lyle Lovett always gives Montanans a spectacular show (photos). Lovett has expressed his genuine appreciation for the enthusiastic reception he receives every time he performs in Montana. It’s no wonder that his concerts here consistently bring large crowds, as fans eagerly anticipate the opportunity to witness his musical prowess and charm firsthand.

Tuesday, July 16, 2024 | Tickets

7/17: Portugal. The Man w/ Spoon Benders

Based in Portland, OR and formed in Wasilla, AK in the mid 2000s, Portugal. The Man have become one of the most successful rock bands in the U.S. Their 2017 release, Woodstock, unleashed the mega hit “Feel It Still,” earning them 7x platinum status and a Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. A few of their other hits include “Live in the Moment,” “Modern Jesus,” and “Purple Yellow Red and Blue.”

Wednesday, July 17, 2024 | Tickets

7/20: Cole Swindell w/ Dylan Scott & Restless Road

Cole Swindell is known for the chart-topping country hits like “Chillin’ It,” “You Should Be Here,” “Break Up in the End,” and “She Had Me at Heads Carolina.” He’s been nominated for several CMT Music Awards, a Grammy award, and multiple iHeartRadio Music Awards. In 2015, he was named the New Artist of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards. His first two albums, Cole Swindell (2014) and You Should Be Here (2016), are certified platinum. His 2018 release, All of It, is certified gold, as is his most recent album, 2022’s Stereotype.

Saturday, July 20, 2024 | SOLD OUT

7/22: Primus & Coheed and Cambria w/ Guerilla Toss

Over five decades, Primus have solidified their place as one of the most original bands in rock history. Their undeniable blend of metal, funk, and experimental rock has influenced an array of artists including everyone from the Deftones to Incubus. A few of their most notable tracks are “Jerry Was A Race Car Drive,” “My Name Is Mud,” and “Tommy The Cat.” Frontman (and avid fisherman) Les Claypool seems to be a big fan of Montana, touring through the state just about every year whether it’s with Primus or one of his side projects like Claypool Lennon Delirium or the Fearless Flying Frog Brigade.

Coheed and Cambria, one of the visionary architects of modern prog rock, will take the stage to showcase their epic storytelling, intricate instrumentation, and high energy. Known for their conceptual albums revolving around The Amory Wars, and larger-than-life performances, Coheed and Cambria always leave fans spellbound with their emotive melodies and progressive rock anthems. If you’re not familiar with their music, check out “Welcome Home,” “A Favor House Atlantic,” and “The Suffering.” Coheed played to a sold out crowd at The Wilma in 2023 (photos).

Monday, July 22, 2024 | Tickets

7/26: The Decemberists

Boasting a rich 23-year history, the band led by Montana native Colin Meloy has continually pushed musical boundaries. A pivotal moment came in 2011 with The King Is Dead, topping charts and featuring guest instrumentation from R.E.M.’s Peter Buck. The album’s track “Down by the Water” earned a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Performance. Continuing their trajectory, 2015’s What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World, included the #1 AAA radio hit “Make You Better.” Their most recent studio album, I’ll Be Your Girl (2018), debuted at an impressive#9 nine on Billboard’s Top 200 and introduced the widely popular single “Severed.” They’re gearing up for the release of their new album As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again, due out June 14th.

The Decemberists treated fans to fantastic show at the Amp back in 2022 (photos) and we’re looking forward to having them back for another great evening on the Blackfoot!

Friday, July 26, 2024 | Tickets

7/28: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue w/ Big Boi

Trombone Shorty’s virtuosic skills on the trombone and trumpet, combined with Orleans Avenue’s tight rhythms and soulful grooves, have earned them widespread acclaim. From headlining major festivals to sharing the stage with music icons, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue continue to push the boundaries of contemporary jazz and funk, while staying true to their Crescent City roots. Get a taste of the grooves and listen to top tracks like “Tripped Out Slim” and “Hurricane Season.”

As one half of the legendary hip hop duo OutKast, Big Boi has helped shape the landscape of rap music for over two decades. With a career spanning numerous chart-topping hits and accolades including multiple Grammy Awards, Big Boi’s influence extends far beyond the realm of music. His distinctive flow and innovative production have made him a trailblazer in the genre, and his solo ventures like 2017’s Boomiverse have only solidified his status as a hip hop icon.

Sunday, July 28, 2024 | Tickets

8/1: Jason Mraz & The Superband w/ Molly Miller Trio

Jason Mraz has continuously wowed fans and critics alike for more than 20 years. While amassing a global fan base for his positive message and soulful, folk-pop sound, Mraz has earned numerous diamond and platinum certifications for his releases, including the classic singles “I Won’t Give Up,” “Lucky,” and the record-breaking “I’m Yours.” He’s a two-time Grammy Award winner, recipient of the prestigious Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Award, and has sold out iconic venues such as The Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden, and London’s O2 Arena.

In June 2023, Mraz released his eighth studio album and tour namesake The Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride. Riff Magazine called the album “Cleverly crafted and melodically mesmerizing” and said it “beams with authenticity.”

Thursday, August 1, 2024 | Tickets

8/1 & 8/2: Ween

With a career spanning five decades, Ween has built a cult-like following that rivals any fandom. Playing everything from funk to country to psych rock to heavy metal – Ween’s music might be easiest defined as… well, undefinable. Take a tiny glance into their diverse catalog and listen to “Ocean Man,” “I Got to Put the Hammer Down,” “She Wanted to Leave,” and “Happy Colored Marbles” and you’ll get a completely different sound each song.

Ween played the second show ever at KettleHouse Amphitheater back on July 16, 2017 (photos). The sold out show is still the #1 favorite for many Montana concertgoers and Ween fans have been begging for their return ever since.

Night 1: Friday, August 2, 2024 | SOLD OUT

Night 2: Saturday, August 3, 2024 | SOLD OUT

8/4: Dierks Bentley

For fans of country music, this is an event that simply cannot be missed. Platinum selling Dierks Bentley is known for his electrifying live performances and chart-topping hits like “Drunk On a Plane” “What Was I Thinkin’” “Somewhere On A Beach” and many more. With his soulful voice, infectious energy, and undeniable charisma, Bentley has cemented his place as one of country music’s most beloved performers.

He’s racked up an impressive list of accolades, including Country Music Association Awards, CMT Music Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, and iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Sunday, August 4, 2024 | Tickets


8/5: The Dead South

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.”

Monday, August 5, 2024 | Tickets


8/8 & 8/9: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss w/ JD McPherson

Robert Plant, the former lead singer of Led Zeppelin, is widely regarded as one of the greatest singers in rock history. Plant graced the Amp for the first time in 2019 with a spectacular sold-out show. Singer, songwriter, and fiddler, Alison Krauss, is an Americana all-star who’s won an astounding 27 Grammy awards.

Together, Plant and Krauss released their critically acclaimed first album, Raising Sand, in 2007. The album won all five awards for which it was nominated at the 51st Grammy Awards. In 2021, they reunited for the follow-up album, Raise the Roof. It was nominated for three Grammys including Best Americana Album, Best American Roots Song for “High and Lonesome,” and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Going Where the Lonely Go”.

Night 1: Thursday, August 8, 2024 | Tickets

Night 2: Friday, August 9, 2024 | Tickets


8/12: Gary Clark Jr.

A modern day rock icon, Gary Clark Jr. is known for blending blues with a variety of genres including reggae, punk, R&B, hip-hop, and soul. Gary Clark Jr. is fresh off the release of his highly anticipated new album, JPEG RAW.  New songs like “Maktub,” “JPEG RAW,” “This Is Who We Are,” “Hyperwave,” and “Habits” break fresh ground defying categorization in the ever predictable music world. The co-written Stevie Wonder duet, “What About The Children,” feels like an immediate classic that could have lived on Innervisions or Talking Book if not for Clark’s fuzzed out riff and hip-hop pocket.

The LP is Clark’s first album release since 2019’s This Land, which became his third consecutive top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart and garnered three Grammy Awards, including Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance (“This Land”) and Best Contemporary Blues Album (This Land). Clark’s first Grammy win was awarded in 2014 for Best Traditional R&B Performance (“Please Come Home”).

Monday, August 12, 2024 | Tickets

8/14: O.A.R. w/ Fitz & The Tantrums & DJ Logic

O.A.R., originating from Rockville, MD, has been steadily cultivating a devoted fan base since their inception in the 90s. The band has sold out Madison Square Garden, filled Red Rocks Amphitheater a dozen times and lit up the Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration. The band’s success extends beyond the stage, with two of their popular singles, “Love and Memories” and “Peace,” as well as the live album Any Time Now, attaining gold status. The hit song “Shattered” even reached platinum status. They’ve also made a significant impact through philanthropy, notably with their Heard The World Fund and the memorable Concert For Dreams in 2018.

Both O.A.R. and Fitz and The Tantrums have previously sold out the Amp on separate occasions. O.A.R. packed the house in 2022 with Dispatch (photos), as did Fitz and The Tantrums in 2022 with Andy Grammer (photos).

Wednesday, August 14, 2024 | Tickets


8/21 & 8/22: Khruangbin w/ Peter Cat Recording Co.

Comprised of Laura Lee (bass), Mark Speer (guitar), and Donald Ray “DJ” Johnson (drums), Khruangbin create an intoxicating blend of psych and surf rock, dub, soul and funk. Listen to a couple of their top tracks like “People Everywhere (Still Alive)” and “So We Won’t Forget” for a quick taste of their style.

Khruangbin are set to release their new studio album A La Sala on April 5th. They recently teased the LP with the single “A Love International.”

In 2022, Khruangbin played to a sold out crowd at the Amphitheater and delivered one of the most memorable shows of the summer (photos). It even included a mid-show celestial sighting that was quite the cherry on top of an already perfect evening. Bringing them back to the Blackfoot for two nights is a dream come true.

Night 1: Wednesday, August 21, 2024 | SOLD OUT

Night 2: Thursday, August 22, 2024 | SOLD OUT

8/29: Kaleo w/ Chance Peña

KALEO has captured hearts and minds worldwide with their soulful blend of blues, folk, and rock. From their hits like “Way Down We Go” and “All The Pretty Girls,” to their latest track “Lonely Cowboy,” KALEO create a sound that is both raw and deeply soul-stirring. Their music has been featured on many TV shows including but not limited to BlindspotThe BlacklistLuciferGrey’s Anatomy, and This Is Us. They’ve also had songs featured in FIFA 16Madden NFL 17, and NHL 18.

Led by the unmistakable vocals of JJ Julius Son, Kaleo is known for their unforgettable live experience, leaving audiences craving more at the end of every show. Seeing them perform along the banks of the Blackfoot River on a late summer night is going to be a special treat.

Thursday, August 29, 2024 | Tickets


8/30: Lindsey Stirling w/ Saint Motel

For those fortunate enough to have witnessed Lindsey Stirling’s performances in 2021 or 2023, you already know that her shows are nothing short of spectacular! Blending electronic dance music with the elegance of classical violin and weaving in breathtaking theatrics, Lindsey delivers an unforgettable experience that captivates audiences worldwide. She’s released six full length albums, and her seventh, Duality, is due out June 14th. She recently teased the album with the single “Eye Of The Untold Her.”

With an impressive 13 million subscribers on her YouTube channel and a collection of prestigious awards, including Billboard Music Awards and Streamy Awards, Lindsey Stirling has solidified her status as a powerhouse in the music industry. Yet, what truly sets her apart is her genuine connection with her fans. Embodying the essence of today’s independent recording artist, Lindsey’s symbiotic relationship with her audience radiates positivity and fosters a sense of belonging within her global community of supporters.

Friday, August 30, 2024 | Tickets

9/4: Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov w/ The Secret Sisters

Since his platinum debut Trouble was released in 2004, Ray LaMontagne has etched himself into the fabric of folk music lore. The album features several of Ray’s hits like “Jolene,” “Hold You in My Arms,” and the eponymous single. He’s released seven more studio albums since then including God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise, which won the Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album. The album included “Beg Steal or Borrow” which was Grammy nominated for Song of the Year.

Based in Boulder, CO, Gregory Alan Isakov has been a constant traveler since he first emigrated from his hometown of Johannesburg, South Africa to Philadelphia, PA when he was just a young child. His music is heavily influenced by traveling, often featuring lyrics that chronicle his travels. He’s released 7 albums including 2018’s Evening Machines, which was Grammy nominated for Best Folk Album. His songs “If I Go, I’m Goin‘” and “She Always Takes It Black” were featured on Showtime’s hit series Californication and “Suitcase Full of Sparks” was featured on NBC’s hit series The Blacklist. Isakov delivers a heartfelt live performance as fans have seen at several sold out shows in Missoula (photos).

Wednesday, September 4, 2024 | SOLD OUT

9/19 & 9/20: Goose

These are both “Evening with” shows, which means there will be no opening act. All Goose for two nights!

Since their formation in 2016, Goose has been making waves in the jam music scene, selling out shows left and right. They’ve packed out The ELM three times, and delivered an unforgettable performance at the Amp last year (photos).

Their debut album Moon Cabin was released in 2016, which was followed by Shenanigans Nite Club in 2021. Their third full-length album, Dripfield, came out in 2022. They’ve released several live albums and recently dropped Ted Tapes 2024an album of improvised live recordings captured during Goose’s earliest sessions with their new drummer Cotter Ellis.

Night 1: Thursday, September 19, 2024 | Tickets

Night 2: Friday, September 20, 2024 | Tickets


9/22: Sturgill Simpson

Since his debut album High Top Mountain was released in 2013, Sturgill Simpson has become one of the most notable names in country music. He’s been universally praised for his unique and dynamic sound. Indiewire has described it as “a mesmerizing and sometimes bewildering mix of traditional country sounds, contemporary philosophy, and psychedelic recording-studio wizardry.”

In 2016, Sturgill Simpson played an unforgettable sold out show at The Wilma (photos). We’ve been wanting him back ever since but couldn’t make it happen… until now! Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see Sturgill Simpson live in Montana — get your tickets ASAP!

Sunday, September 22, 2024 | Tickets

9/28 & 9/29: Colter Wall

The short 10-date run will kick off right here in Montana along the banks of the Blackfoot River — a fitting setting for Colter’s unique brand of traditional country music.

It wasn’t that long ago when Colter Wall was playing at the Top Hat (photos). Now, him and his band The Scary Prairie Boys are considered a major headline act, playing to tens of thousands of fans at festival strongholds across the country.

If you’re not familiar with Colter Wall, check out the songs “Sleeping on the Blacktop,” “The Devil Wears a Suit and a Tie,” and “Kate McCannon.”

Night 1: Saturday, September 28, 2024 | SOLD OUT

Night 2: Sunday, September 29, 2024 | SOLD OUT