This Fantastic Montana Town Plans On Building A New Amphitheater
If there is one place in Montana where an outdoor concert venue would be a perfect addition, it would be this town.
During the summer, people love attending outdoor concerts in Montana. The show could be in a parking lot, field, or makeshift stage, and locals will find an excuse to go to the show.
We have several incredible outdoor venues, like the Kettlehouse Amphitheater, Bridger Brewing's venue, The Emerson Lawn, Headwaters, and more. We now have news of a new outdoor venue that will be a hit with locals but has a deep history in the community.
The Livingston Enterprise announced that Livingston approved a new outdoor grass amphitheater that will be built behind the old KPRK building. The permit includes a maximum of 50 total events, adequate parking, and more.
What's the reasoning behind the outdoor venue? The new owner of the KPRK building wants to restore the old radio station operational. The KPRK building was recently used as a translator station for 1450 KMMSAM but was recently sold. The new owner hopes the concert venue will be an extension of KPRK and help bring attention to the historic building.
Livingston has a deep history of musicians, writers, and artists living in the area, and adding a venue like this to bring people together is a genius move. The closest music venues from Livingston are The Old Saloon in Emigrant and several in Bozeman.
Constructing a venue like this in their town will bring exciting shows and the local community together. The only question some folks might want to learn is how big this venue will be.
For more details, check out The Livingston Enterprise.