North American Indian Days and More in Montana’s Western Glacier Country

River City Roots Festival

Held annually the last weekend in August, draws more than 15,000 individuals to the heart of Downtown Missoula for a variety of fun activities and exceptional music. This two-day FREE festival features first-class art and entertainment for both residents and visitors.

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Under the Big Sky Concert Music & Arts

The 2nd annual celebrations will be held July 18 – 19, 2020 in Whitefish with musical guests that include, Jason Isbell, Brothers Osborne and Emmylou Harris. This annual event celebrates the tradition of gathering friends and family together under open skies to listen to music. The festival explores the breadth and legacy of Americana, taking in both traditional and contemporary takes on our country’s rich musical traditions, across two stages in naturally formed amphitheaters on Big Mountain Ranch, Whitefish.

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North American Indian Days

North American Indian Days, an annual celebration held the second week in July over four days is the largest and most impressive of Blackfeet tribal events. The celebration hosts Native Americans from every region of the United States and Canada. Featured events include traditional drumming and dancing contests, the crowning of Miss Blackfeet, a parade, fun run, PRCA Rodeo events and more.

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