Rockin’ the Rivers hits The Bridge Aug. 12-14

Montana's favorite rock fest brings 30 bands to two stages

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Rockin’ the Rivers – Montana’s favorite three-day rock festival – returns to The Bridge in the scenic Jefferson River Canyon near Three Forks Aug. 11-14. The 15th annual event boasts more than 30 bands, delivering classic rock on two stages.

Friday’s main-stage performers are Vince Neil (the voice of Motley Crue), Cinderella’s Tom Keifer, Firehouse, Steelheart, Black Powder Country and Blistered Earth.

’80s rock band Survivor
’80s rock band Survivor headlines Sunday’s show with Loverboy

Saturday’s headliners include Buckcherry, Ratt, Royal Bliss, Windowpane, Nixon Rodeo and Hell’s Belles. Sunday brings Loverboy and Survivor to the stage, plus Hotel California (an Eagles tribute band), Heart by Heart, Jerry Joseph and Jared Stewart.

Get in the mood with Thursday’s free pre-party, featuring music by Bobaflex, Blue Tattoo and Second Sting.

Tito’s Pavilion features music by Shades of Blue, Mabel’s Rage, Metal Steel, Nova Rex, Mighty Flix, Voodoo Cadillac, Sixteen Penny, Dellacoma Rio, Drink Me Pretty, Groove Wax and Exit 288.

Tickets are $55 per day, $145 for a three-day pass, or $230 for a three-day pass and campsite ($335 for two); VIP packages are available.

Call 866-285-0097 or visit for details.