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Everything You Need To Know About Big Grass

March 4, 2019
If you’ve never experienced Big Sky Big Grass, you’re in for a treat. In its 13th year, Big Sky Big Grass is now one of Big Sky’s most celebrated events.

This year, the festival will start on Thursday, April 11 and run until Sunday, April 14. If you’re planning on attending the festival or want to learn more before committing, consider the following must-know information about Big Sky Big Grass.

Shows Start At 3:30 P.M.

Unlike some of the other bigger music festivals, Big Sky Big Grass shows don’t begin until 3:30 p.m. This is perfect timing for those who want to get in a day of skiing (or a half-day, at least) before gearing up for the nighttime festivities.

These 3:30 p.m. shows are all free apres ski shows, too, so anyone can enjoy the post-ski music without needing to get a ticket first. There are also a few 4:00 p.m. apres ski shows.

All Ticketed Shows Are 21+

If you’re around for Big Sky Big Grass with the family, it’s important to note that all shows are 21+ except for the free apres ski shows. So, before purchasing any tickets, make sure everyone in your crew is at least 21 years of age.

Different Venues Host Different Shows

One of the coolest parts about Big Sky Big Grass is getting to visit Big Sky’s most popular live music venues. Plus, the shows are usually indoors, so you don’t have to suffer the frigid Montana cold when the sun goes down.

Concerts take place mostly at Montana Jack, Talus, and the Missouri Ballroom.

Tickets Range From $25 To $50

Depending on the show and show time, you could spend between $25 and $50 for a ticket. The headline show is the Jacob Jolliff Band, The Travelin’ McCourys & Sam Bush Band on Saturday, April 13 at the Missouri Ballroom, and tickets for this show are $50 each.

There’s no better time to experience Montana culture than at Big Sky Big Grass. Watch the town come alive and take advantage of Big Sky’s epic snow conditions this season.

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