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The Community of Big Sky has a robust schedule of events all year. From the summer Farmer's Market  in Town Center to the productions held at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, plus all of the action at Big Sky Resort, like the annual Big Sky Big Grass music festival and the Pond Skim - guests of Lone Mountain Ranch enjoy the culture of our great western town as much as the ranch itself.

 

Wednesdays June 22nd through September 28th Town Center: Farmer's Market

Celebrating the 8th season of the Big Sky Farmer's Market, this summer will host over 105 vendors featuring fresh produce, herbs, plants, flowers, baked goods, art, jewelry, and clothing as well as Montana Made products like antler art and woodworking. Every Wednesdays 5 - 8 pm at the Big Sky Town Center.
 

 

June 23rd Music in the Mountains: The Black Lillies 

Don't miss this exciting night when we kick off our 2016 FREE summer concert series with The Black Lillies performing on Center State in the Big Sky Town Center! The Black Lillies are a band for the ages: rich, rootsy tunes performed with as much heart as technical virtuosity. Combining strains of swampy Memphis soul and blues with Nashville's classic country style.
 

 

June 30th Music in the Mountains: The Blitzen Trapper 

Over the course of 15 years and seven full-length albums, Blitzen Trapper has crafted one of the more compelling and varied catalogs in contemporary rock and roll. Join us as we welcome one of the Northwest's seminal indie folk/rock bands, Blitzen Trapper, full of big riffs, bigger hooks and compelling, instantly relatable lyrics. 
 

 

July 4th Music in the Mountains: The Tiny Band

Join us at the Town Center Park for our annual concert in the park to celebrate our nation's birthday! Along with the live performance from The Tiny Band, there will be kid's activities, food and beverage vendors onsite. Stick around after the show for alive fireworks display. Bozeman-based Tiny Band repertoire is a blend of Motown, rock, soul and pop standards.
 

 

July 7th Music in the Mountains: Band of Heathens

Celebrating ten years together, The Band of Heathens is set to embark on a banner year with founding members Ed Jurdi (guitar, keys, vocals) and Gordy Quist (guitar, vocals) along with Trevor Nealon (keys, vocals), Richard Millsap (drums, vocals) and Scott Davis (bass, vocals). Park opens at 6 p.m., music starts at 7 p.m. 
 

 

July 14th Music in the Mountains: Jamie McLean Band

The hard-driving band has shared the stage with the likes of Gregg Allman, Drive By Truckers, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Blues Traveler, North Mississippi Allstars, Joan Armatrading, Jackie Greene, and Gov't Mule. If you were lucky enough to see them open for Robert Earl Keen last summer in Big Sky, you'll be thrilled to know they are coming back!
 

 

July 21st Music in the Mountains: The Bros. Landreth

We go north of the border for this concert, bringing one of Canada's best up and coming bands, the Bros. Landreth, to Big Sky for the very first time. Twenty-seven years. Four bandmates. Two brothers. One album. Anchored by the bluesy wail of electric guitars, the swell of B3 organ, and the harmonized swoon of two voices that were born to mesh. 
 

 

July 23rd & 24th Big Sky Fly Fishing Festival

It's a banquet, it's a guide-off competition, it's live music, and all day fun! The Big Sky Fly Fishing Festival, hosted by the Gallatin River Task Force, is a family-friendly outdoor festival held at the Town Center Park in Big Sky. Activities will include product demonstrations, casting clinics and competitions, fly tying, guided nature trips, and so much more!
 

 

July 29th & 30th 6th Annual Big Sky PBR

The Big Sky PRB is the event of the summer! The Professional Bull Riders Tour combines the bests cowboys and the best bulls for a rodeo you will never forget. With live music performances by The Outlaws on July 29th followed by the Jason Boland and The Stragglers on July 30th.  Mutton Bustin', dancing in the Town Square, and local food and beverage vendors all weekend.
 

 

August 11th Music in the Mountains: Amy Helm and the Handsome Strangers

With musical roots as deep as Amy Helm's, you won't want to miss this incredible night of FREE music in Big Sky! Personally charged, organically soulful "Didn't It Rain" is her first release under her own name, Amy Helm. She's already won widespread praise as a singer, songwriter and live performer. Music starts at 7 pm.
 

 

August 12th Big Sky Classical Music Festival: Ana Vidovic

Join the Big Sky Arts Council as they kick off a classical music weekend with one of the world's most celebrated guitarists, Ana Vidovic, performing at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on Friday, August 12th, at 7:30 pm. This is a ticketed event so please stay tuned for ticket information!
 

 

August 13th Big Sky Classical Music Festival: M5 Mexican Brass

All the way from Mexico City, the renowned M5 Mexican Brass ensemble will perform as part of the sixth annual Big Sky Classical Music Festival! Since it's founding in 2005, M5 Mexican Brass have established themselves as Mexico's leading Brass Quintet with international recognition. Combining their skills at virtuosic chamber music in all styles.
 

 

August 14th Big Sky Classical Music Festival: Big Sky Festival Orchestra

Giving a Latin flair to this year's sixth annual Big Sky Classical Music Festival, the Festival Orchestra will feature several principle string players from the Austin, Salt Lake and Fort Wayne symphonies, as well as the best players from all around Montana - creating a unique orchestra that is among the best in the state.
 

 

August 18th Music in the Mountains: DeadPhish Orchestra 

Settle for a night of jammy grooves when we welcome the DeadPhish Orchestra to Center Stage in the Big Sky Town Center August 18th. Boulder, Colorado's own has been taking the national Tribute act scene by storm with their unique presentation of Grateful Dead and Phish songs performed seamlessly in ways never heard before.
 

 

August 18th - 21st Big Sky Resort: 3rd Annual Vine & Dine Festival

Big Sky Resort's 3rd annual Vine & Dine Festival of wine and food, August 18-20, offers a variety of experiences in the Mountain Village that are designed to increase your knowledge and enjoyment of wine and food by providing exciting activities, seminars, and dinners. If you enjoy good food and fine wines, this event is for you!
 

 

August 23rd Concerts at the Chapel: I-90 Collective

With a repertoire extending from the dawn of the baroque to the works of Bach and Boccherini, the I-90 Collective's fresh, improvisatory style blends the virtuosity of violins and cello with the intimacy of the lute. A FREE concert held at the Big Sky Chapel, music starts at 8 p.m. and seating is a first come, first serve basis.
 

 

August 25th Music in the Mountains: Fruition 

The first time they ever made music together, Fruition's three lead singer-songwriters discovered that their voices naturally blended into beautiful three-part harmonies. In the eight years since that impromptu busking session, the quintet has grown from a rootsy, string-centric outfit to a full-fledged rock band with an easy powerful grasp of soul, blues, and Bristish invasion era pop. 
 

 

September 2nd Shakespeare in the Parks 

Bring a picnic and head to the Town Center Park to enjoy the performance of "A Comedy of Errors" starting at 5:30 pm. The mission of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is to make quality, live theatrical productions of Shakespeare and other classics accessible to communities in Montana and surrounding states with an emphasis on underserved, rural areas who would not otherwise have the opportunity.
 

 

September 2nd - 4th Big Sky Resort: The Rut Competitive Climb up Lone Peak

Welcome to the hardest 3 Mile "run" you will ever complete. The climb gains 2,000 feet in elevation in about a mile and a half of highly exposed terrain, to the iconic 11,166 ft, summit. After you get to the top you have front row seats to the magnificence of southwest Montana.  From there catch a ride down the lift via the Lone Peak tram. 
 

 

Thanksgiving Day, November 24th: Big Sky Ski Resort Opens for the Season

That's right, it's that time of year again for the Biggest Skiing in America! Thanksgiving Day, November 24th, Big Sky Ski Resort, located just 9 miles up the mountain will open for the season. Nearly 6,000 acres of endless terrain with a vertical drop of 4,350 ft. this winter season looks ahead at blue bird powder days all the way up till Spring.
 

 

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