The Kettlehouse Amphitheater has announced some really great acts coming up for this summer. One of those is:


From rocker legend, Robert Plant and country music's sweetheart, you will get a beautiful blend of bluegrass and toe-tapping rhythm. You will be addicted to their sound in moments.

In 2007, Plant and Krauss release the album, Raising Sand. That album alone gave them the opportunity to bring home five awards at the Grammy's.

  • Album of the Year
  • Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album
  • Record of the Year
  • Best Pop Collaboration
  • Best Country Collaboration with Vocals

If you love Americana and blues music, this tour is a must-see for you. I can not get over how good they sound.

WHAT: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss: Raising the Roof Tour

WHEN: June 15, 2023

WHERE: Kettlehouse Amphitheater

Other concerts coming to the Kettlehouse Amphitheater:

Brett Young, May 13th. GET TICKETS HERE

Death Cab For a Cutie, June 10th. GET TICKETS HERE

Little Big Town (sold out)

Trampled by Turtles, July 20th. GET TICKETS HERE

Bonnie Raitt (sold out)

The Kettlehouse Amphitheater is one of Montana's favorite music venues. With mountains making a statement as their own backdrop, The Kettlehouse makes for the perfect date spot, weekend getaway, or first-time concertgoers' dream venue.

You can get a full line-up of events at the Kettlehouse right HERE. Summer is almost here Montana, let's make the best of it! See you at the Kettlehouse!

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No matter the season, there is always something to see and do in Montana. Here's a look at The Top 10 Tourists Sites For Those Visiting Montana.

With A Packed House, This Artist Shows Montana How To Have Fun

For many artists, it seems like their first time coming to Montana to perform is never their last. There is just something about the mountain air that brings them back time and time again.
This past weekend Ashley McBryde made her way to Bozeman for her debut performance. She was scheduled to perform here around this same time last year, but had a horseback riding accident and had to postpone her show.

Now I have been to numerous concerts at The Elm, Bozeman's Newest Concert Venue, and I can tell you, it was a FULL HOUSE! McBryde sang a combination of newly released songs along with some throwbacks to when she first started performing.

A crowd favorite was a song McBryde wrote about her father who has passed away. As she told the story of her growing up and her father teaching her about God, hunting, and music, people in the crowd started crying.

Belting out an oldie but goodie, "Boys of Summer" made the crowd go nuts. The talented McBryde didn't miss a beat and neither did the crowd as they all sang along.

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