I know we're barely into our 9 months of Montana winter, but so many of you are already looking forward to Under The Big Sky 2024, and lucky you, we've got the details.

The Under The Big Sky Festival in Whitefish has quickly become a massive music staple for Montana. This Summer weekend fest has hosted some of the biggest names in Music like Zach Bryan, Hank Williams Jr, Caamp and so many more. That's not all, featuring up-and-coming Montana/local artists is at the heart of their success, and they are geared up for another amazing Whitefish weekend of live music and wonderful fans.

They have just announced the dates and lineup for 2024, and we've got the scoop!

Outriders Present Reveals the 2024 Lineup of Under The Big Sky Music, Rodeo & Roundup Festival

Date: July 12th - 14th

Where: Whitefish, Montana

National Featured Artists: 

  • Billy Strings

  • Brothers Osborne

  • Charles Wesley Godwin

  • City & Colour (Canadian)

  • Kaitlin Butts

  • Madeline Edwards

  • Miranda Lambert

  • Mt Joy

  • Muscadine Bloodline

  • Paul Cauthen

  • Pony Bradshaw

  • Sam Barber

  • Sarah Shook & the Disarmers

  • Shovels & Rope

  • Sierra Ferrell

  • Tanner Usrey

  • The Castellows

  • The Revivalists

  • Turnpike Troubadours

  • Zach Top

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Local/Montana Featured Artists:

  • Badger Hound (Flathead)

  • Michelle Rivers (Flathead)

  • Hannah King (Flathead)

  • Abby Webster (Bozeman)

  • Archertown (Flathead)

  • Tomara (Flathead)

  • Miller Campbell (Flathead)

  • Madeline Hawthorne (Bozeman)

  • The Lil Smokies (Missoula)

Now, if you are a UBSF veteran, you know that tickets are going to sell out in a matter of days. They are going on sale Friday, December 8th at noon. I cannot stress this enough. You get on their site and get in line to buy them as soon as they go on sale. Seriously. This is the Superbowl of music in Montana.

The amazing folks at Outrider Presents are also hooking up your favorite Missoula radio stations with weekend passes to give away. Keep that information in your back pocket as we get closer to July.

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