Big Sky Blues Festival
Blues, deep down rhythm, sultry voices, and smoking hot musicians. That's what it is all about.
This festival has become a favorite annual destination for families and veteran festival seekers alike. It is a great place to bring the family with a laid back, casual atmosphere. "First come, first serve" for parking, etc... There is more than enough room for all.
The festival will have food vendors and the Big Sky Brewery and the Naughty Pine Saloon are providing refreshments.
Saturday & Sunday Workshops for Kids and Teens
There will be free workshops on Saturday and Sunday morning, August 7th and 8th, from 9-11 am for kids and teens interested in learning to play the blues. The workshops are put on by some of the fine musicians playing at the festival, as well as, returning LA Smith, loved by all workshop participants.
An All-Star Jam closes the festival on Sunday evening, August 8th. The jam is open to anyone and has always been a great crowd pleaser.
Come and join the fun! Stay the whole weekend in the mountains of Montana along the Clark Fork River. You won’t be disappointed.
Don't forget the jam on opening night after barbeque and music.
This beautiful setting is a prime spot to hold an outdoor music festival. Noxon, Montana is about 50 miles east of Sandpoint, Idaho. You will see the camping and festival site on the river as drive over the bridge into Noxon. You can't miss it.
Want to talk to a person, call Lorne at 406-370-1288