One of the biggest names in Americana music just added a special benefit concert in Montana. Here's what you need to know about it.

Tyler Childers Announces Benefit Concert For Blackfeet Tribe in Montana

Tyler Childers will perform at Washington-Grizzly Stadium on August 24, and fans will have another chance to see him at Big Mountain Ranch in Whitefish, Montana earlier in the month.

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Tyler Childers will headline an all-ages fundraiser to benefit the Blackfeet Tribe. Vincent Neil Emerson is slated as the opening act. There will also be Indian Relay Races, a traditional, fast-paced, and daring horse racing competition rooted in the history of Native American tribes.

This will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Tyler Childers. He performed at Big Mountain Ranch in 2021 as a headliner for the Under the Big Sky Music Festival.

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Details About Tyler Childers at Big Mountain Ranch

  • WHAT: Tyler Childers w/ special guest Vincent Neil Emerson. Benefit concert for the Blackfeet Tribe
  • WHEN: Sunday, August 4, 2024
  • WHERE: Big Mountain Ranch. Whitefish, Montana
  • TICKETS: On sale: Wednesday, June 12 at 1:00 p.m. Presale. Wednesday, June 12 at 10:00 a.m.
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Tickets for the show will be in high demand and will most likely sell out fast. If you've already purchased tickets to a qualified Outriders show this year (including Under the Big Sky 2024), you qualify for Alumni Presale access and will receive an email with more information.

Text “CHILDERS” to (888) 305-2637 or to get a reminder to your phone once tickets go on sale. For more details about the benefit concert, visit the Outriders website.

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