Final weeks of July bring Watchhouse, Robert Earl Keen & Infamous Stringdusters to Pine Creek
There’s no better place to experience the intersection of the outdoors and live music than Pine Creek Lodge. Surrounded by mountains and greenery, their stage rarely goes unused during the summer months.
Enjoy a double-header courtesy of folk duo Watchhouse on July 21st and 22nd. Formerly Mandolin Orange, their new record represents a reinvention as a band at the regenerative edges of subtly experimental folk-rock. Tickets are $50 or $90 for a two-night pass.
Robert Earl Keen brings his “Feelin’ Good Again Tour” to Pine Creek with a July 23rd show. Three decades after the release of his first album, the veteran musician continues to write, record and tour across the nation. Waylon Payne opens. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 day of.
Closing out the month are The Infamous Stringdusters on July 30th and 31st. Digging deep into their bluegrass roots, their latest album pays homage to the Father of Bluegrass and was recorded remotely from their home studios. Tickets are $60 or $100 for a two-night pass.
Coming in August! LA-based duo HoneyHoney, Yonder Mountain String Band and Montana favorite Rich Hall, among others.
Also in Paradise Valley, Pine Creek presents its Brunch Live Music Series. The weekend offering regularly showcases regional musicians from 11am–1pm. Order some food and find a spot! Upcoming acts include: Keith Scott on July 24th, Foxy Blues July 25th and Tamela Hauer on July 31st. These shows are free of admission and open to the public.
All night shows begin at 7pm, unless otherwise noted. Tickets available based on availability. Please visit www.pinecreeklodgemontana.com for additional details. •