SpringFest, the Moss Mansion’s 22nd annual outdoor juried arts and crafts festival, will be held from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, June 5, on the lawn of the Moss Mansion, 914 Division Street, in Billings. The event also offers a children’s activity area with games and hands-on crafts, food booths, antiques and collectibles and entertainment. Read more
The Love Your Mother Earth Festival, the fourth annual sustainable music gathering, will be held June 11-13 at Rock Creek Lodge, located just off I-90 at Exit 126 in Clinton. This year’s festival hosts more than 50 acts on four stages, with genres including rock, bluegrass, ska, reggae, jam bands, soul, funk and electronica. Read more
Magic City Blues – known as Montana’s urban music festival – brings a star-studded lineup to downtown Billings Aug. 13-14. Derek Trucks and the Susan Tedeschi Band headline the Main Stage Friday, and Michael Franti and Spearhead take the limelight Saturday. Read more
Six-time 2010 Academy of Country Music nominee Carrie Underwood brings her "Play On Tour" to MetraPark in Billings Dec. 10 and to Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman Dec. 12. Tickets go on sale May 7 (a day later for the Billings concert). She also performs May 30 at the Spokane Arena. Read more
Montana’s nationally known dog behavior expert, Susan Overfield, will be holding one of her popular “BOSS” Dog Clinics at her dog center in Vaughn on May 22. This is an all-day clinic, with dogs and their owners or other human partners. Pre-registration is required.
A groundbreaking collaboration between multi-platinum music producer Patrick Leonard and the Montana Ballet Company premieres at 7 p.m. May 14 at the Emerson Cultural Center’s Crawford Theater in Bozeman. “The First Day,” an original multimedia ballet, combines the talents of the Grammy-nominated Leonard with Emmy Award-winning student filmmaker Jennifer Grace and MBC’s co-artistic director Amy Stoddart. Read more
According to concert promoter The Knitting Factory, Los Lonely Boys have canceled their concert, April 21 at the Wilma Theatre in Missoula, due to medical reasons. The Texas trio were touring in support of their latest album, Forgiven. Read more