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Blues, deep down rhythm, sultry voices, and smoking hot musicians. That'is what it is all about. The 10th Annual Big Sky Blues Festival held August 2nd - 4th will not disappoint festival goers in Noxon, Montana at Pilgrim Park --Three days, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of solid top-notch music. Kicking off the festival will be a Hamburger/hot dog barbeque at the gazebo, Friday, evening. After the kick off party Friday, once again, a jam at the end of the night after the bands play. Friday night festivities begin at 5 pm  -- "'til the cows come home." Buy a ticket for Friday night, only,  $40.
2019 Performers
Franco Paletta and The Stingers
Stacy Jones Band
Mark Dufresne
StepBrothers Band
Raobin Barret with Tiphony Dames and Coyote Kings
Amanda Fish
Dean Haitani
Bryan Warhall
Randy McAllister
Jimmy D. Lane
LA Smith

Tickets at the gate are $85.00 includes full weekend & Friday night music and Hamburgers/hotdogs.
Buy Tickets NOW on line and save money, only $77 --  a savings of $8.00 - Christmas Special!
Friday night only ticket (includes two bands and hamburgers & hotdogs)= $45 + sidedish
Kids under 10 = FREE
Dog friendly festival with poop bags
Camping ALL WEEKEND including (Friday & Monday) is $35.00
More information on camping and lodging go here


There is plenty of on-site camping and RV space as well as nearby lodging. Visitors to this beautiful area can participate in all sorts of outdoor activities including swimming, boating, hiking and more. Campers will be nestled on the Clark Fork River at the Vista Power recreation in the mountains of western Montana.
The Festival's Location
This beautiful setting is a prime spot to hold an outdoor music festival. Noxon, Montana is about 50 miles east of Sand Point, Idaho. The festival will have food vendors (vendors, apply here) - (Vendors' Map) and the Big Sky Brewery is providing refreshments. This festival has become a favorite annual destination for families and veteran festival seekers alike. It is a great place to bring the family with a laid back, casual atmosphere.
Saturday & Sunday Workshops for Kids and Teens - NEWish! More about these workshops later.
This year there will be free workshops on Saturday and Sunday morning from 9-11 am for kids and teens interested in learning to play the blues. Workshop is put on by some of the fine musicians playing at the festival, as well as, returning LA Smith, loved by all workshop participants.

All-Star Jam
An All-Star Jam closes the festival on Sunday evening. The jam is open to anyone and has always been a great crowd pleaser. Come and join the fun! Stay the whole weekend in the mountains of Montana along the Clark Fork River. You won’t be disappointed. Don't  forget the jam on opening night after barbeque and music.
Pre-party on Friday night, August 2nd
The pre-party, kick off, on Friday night, August 2rd, is going to be at the Festival site on the BIG stage!

Drive into Noxon, MT. and you will see the camping and festival site on the river as you are driving over the bridge into Noxon. Can't miss it.  This is a picture taken at sunset by Susan Bohannan Jones looking out from the camping area at the Festival! For this tenth annual festival it will be "first come, first serve" for parking, etc.. There is more than enough room for all.

more scenery from Noxon, MT

Great resource for visitors and locals in Montana
more scenery from Noxon, MT
Lodging near by
Lots of Great  CAMPING ON SITE  at Festival
Directions to Festival
This festival has the best sound system and stage of all festivals. Thanks Eddie Hernandez for making this happen!
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Jean Morrison
Sanders County Arts Enrichment

Eddie Hernandez, groovemerchantnw!gmail.com




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