The Under the Big Sky Festival scheduled for July 16-18, 2021 in Whitefish, Montana announced that the festival will go on as planned this summer.

The Under the Big Sky Festival also released an updated performance schedule and added a few artists to the lineup. The Head and The Heart and Corb Lund will no longer be able to perform at the festival. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Tyler Childers, Brothers Osborne, Colter Wall, Shovels & Rope, Elle King, Mandolin Orange, Lucinda Williams, and Jesse Daniel are still slated to perform. Orville Peck, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Strings, and Ryan Bingham have been added to the concert lineup for Friday, July 16.

If you love Americana music and bluegrass, the lineup for this year's Under the Big Sky Festival is hard to beat. The festival takes place Big Mountain Ranch, located a little over a mile east of Whitefish, Montana.

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The 2020 Under the Big Sky Festival was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you purchased tickets for the original dates, your tickets will be good for the dates this summer.

For those still looking to purchase for the Under the Big Sky Festival this summer, tickets are limited, so you'll want to buy them sooner than later.

Organizers would like to thank the artists, managers, agents, production staff, the city, and most of all, the fans for continued support during this unprecedented year.

Tickets are on sale now. For those still looking for lodging, plenty of camping is available at Scout & Gather near the festival grounds. You can find more information about Covid-19 protocols on the Under the Big Sky Festival website.

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