Sun sets on Pine Creek summer concert series
Though the dog days of summer came a little early this year, it has a little bit more to give before the sun sets on another season. Pine Creek Lodge is the best place to wind down from those final mountainside adventures with food, brews and live music.
Local Americana purveyors the Dusty Pockets perform Sept. 17th. The band tells meaningful stories, delivered with grit, wrapped in beautiful melodies and driven by powerful grooves. Their self-invented genre, “recreational Americana,” is indicative of the Pockets’ mission to make seriously good music and have fun at the same time. Tickets are $20.
Portland-based experimental folk/rock project Blitzen Trapper perform Sept. 19th. Their catalog features big ideas and universal emotions wrung from the seemingly plainspoken details of small-screen and often highly personal stories. All this set to music that reaches way, way back to old-timey folk and bluegrass, travels through everything from country, psychedelia and soul to prog, garage and metal, indulges gloriously in the classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s, and makes occasional side trips into hip-hop, skewed pop and noisey freakouts. Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 day of show.
Looking to next month, the re-imagined Tap into Pine Creek Brew Fest is set for October 9th. The event will feature the suds from numerous regional brewers, live music by Doublewide Dreams and Milton Menasco, as well as grub courtesy of Follow Yer Nose BBQ. Tickets are available now.
Pine Creek presents its Brunch Live Music Series every weekend. The weekend offering regularly showcases regional musicians from 11am–1pm. Order some food and find a spot! Upcoming acts include: Blake Brightman Sept. 18th, Luke Flansburg Sept. 19th, Peter King Sept. 25th and Quenby on Sept. 26th. These shows are free of admission and open to the public.
All night shows begin at 7pm. Tickets on sale now based on availability. Please visit www.pinecreeklodgemontana.com for additional details. •