This is huge news! The Wildlands Music Festival just announced an incredible lineup, and you won't believe who's on it!

The 2nd annual Wildlands Music Festival will take place at the Big Sky Events Center in Big Sky, Montana August 4-6. The festival is a benefit for river conservation in the state. According to Outlaw Partners, the festival will be the largest fundraising event in support of river conservation in the nation's history

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Ticket pre-Registration is available through Monday, May 8 at 5:00 p.m. MDT. If you want to snag a pair of tickets, you're encouraged to pre-register to purchase tickets through the lottery system. Tickets are not guaranteed, and organizers expect more requests than available tickets. Any remaining tickets available after the pre-registration period will go on sale to the public Friday, May 11 at noon MDT.

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Wildlands Festival 2023 Lineup

Friday, August 4

  • Hooked on the Gallatin Charity Dinner
  • Speaker panel with Tom Skerritt & Friend
  • Comedy by Orlando Leyba & Forrest Shaw

Saturday, August 5

Sunday, August 6

Talk about a stacked lineup! The last time the Foo Fighters performed in Montana was in 2017 at the First Interstate Arena at MetraPark in Billings. If you missed it, this is your chance to see the 15-time Grammy Award-winning Foo Fighters live in concert.

For more information about pre-registration and tickets, head to the Wildlands Festival website. It's turning out to be a great summer of concerts in Montana.

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