Live music in the restaurant dining room from Dick McCumber.
Dick is a singer songwriter living in the Paradise Valley .
Ryan Bingham's music defies classification with folk, blues, country and rock ‘n roll all being part of the recipe. It's authentic, powerful, and the songs are rooted in real life - in survival and sacrifice and, yes, sometimes just having a damn good time. Nobody making music today has a voice like Bingham’s, one that has the worn and weary character of an old fighter more than twice his age but the power of a young man. It’s an intoxicating mixture that reaches new levels on his most recent album American Love Song.
Live original music on the outdoor Beer Garden stage from Jackson Holte & Ian Strahn
Jackson is a hard-nosed, soft-spoken folk singer who aspires only to possess the cathartic wit of John Prine and the biceps of Kris Kristofferson. He has made Missoula home since 2013.
A native of Montana, Ian is a lyrically driven folk music has been shaped by the West.
The Dusty Pockets tell meaningful stories, delivered with grit, wrapped in beautiful melodies and driven by powerful grooves. Their self-invented genre, “recreational Americana,” is indicative of the band’s mission to make seriously good music and have fun at the same time.
Blitzen Trapper has never been the type of band to just skim the surface. Over the course of 20 years and ten full-length albums, the Portland, Oregon-hailing act, with singer, songwriter and guitarist Earley firmly at the helm, has crafted a singular catalog of songs—sometimes wrapped in impressionistic imagery and scruffy, singalong melodies (the fan favorite “Furr,” for just one example), and other times rendered in sharp-focus, needlepoint detail and imbued with driving, electrified rhythms (“Cadillac Road,” about a depressed and deserted mill town in the Oregon mountains where Earley’s father once worked, comes to mind here)— that celebrate the human experience in all its triumph and tragedy.
$40 IN ADVANCE - $50 DAY OF SHOW
Live original music in the main restaurant dining room from Steph Yeager
Steph is a Classic Country and Roots musician living in the Paradise Valley.
Live original music in the main restaurant dining room from Cole Decker..
Cole is a country singer-songwriter originally hailing from South Mississippi. His musical roots lie deeply in old school country drawing influence from Waylon Jennings along with other new artists such as Chris Stapleton, Brent Cobb, and Jason Isbell.
Tap into Pine Creek Brew Fest is a collaboration between Montana Brewery Shop, host of the annual Tap into Montana Brew Fest, and Pine Creek Lodge, the area’s best outdoor music venue.
Festival hours are 3-8 pm with a special VIP Hour from 2-3 pm.
Tickets are $40 for VIP ($45 at the gate), $30 for Regular ($35 at the gate), and $15 for Designated Drivers. Tickets are limited so get yours today.
Shuttle service from Montana Party Bus will be running to/from Livingston with stops/times TBA.
Beehive Basin Brewing - Blue Ridge Brewing - Bozeman Brewing - Crazy Peak Brewing - Flathead Lake Brewing - Jeremiah Johnson Brewing - Katabatic Brewing - Lewis & Clark Brewing - Meadowlark Brewing - Missouri River Brewing Co. - Neptune's Brewery - Otium Brewing - Outlaw Brewing - Philipsburg Brewing - Polar Brewing - Thirsty Street Brewing - Triple Dog Brewing - Uberbrew - Valhalla Meadery