Montana Folk Festival - Butte

Sunday, July 09, 2017 - Sunday, July 09, 2017

The Montana Folk Festival features performances and demonstrations by over 250 of the nation's finest musicians, dancers and craftspeople. It will feature 25 Artists/groups on seven stages including a dance pavilion dedicated to non-stop participatory dancing, a family stage with performances appealing to both the young and the young-at-heart, and a Montana folklife stage. In addition to the performance stages, there are several themed festival areas: the Montana Folklife Area, the Family Area, two Festival Marketplaces and the Festival Food Courts. Admission throughout the three-day event is free to everyone.

The Montana Folk Festival is a large, FREE outdoor event. The Butte, Montana festival site will be located adjacent to, and partially within, the fascinating Uptown Butte Historic District. A mix of open air and tented sites will provide a variety of performance venues ranging from intimate stages to amphitheater size. The Amphitheater Stage, which offers a panoramic view of Butte and the surrounding mountains, is being developed on the site of the historic Original Mineyard, with its dramatic deep shaft mine headframe that is a remnant of Butte's days as an underground copper mining center.

http://www.montanafolkfestival.com
geverett@montanafolkfestival.com

Mailing Address
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Street Address
400 North Main Street
Butte,  MT 59701

Phone: 406-497-6464
Fax: 406-782-5168

The Montana Folk Festival will be held in Butte. Butte is at the intersection of I-15 and I-90 in southwest Montana. To reach the location of the Festival take exit 126 up Montana Street to the historic district.

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Automated Teller Machine, Beer/Wine, Interpretive Display, Lunch, Merchandise, Music, Parking, Public Restroom, Shuttle Service, Water

Art Show, Arts And Crafts, Beer Sampling, Concert, Cowboy Poetry, Cultural, Dancing, Festival, Food And Drink, Heritage, History, Local Cuisine, Parade, Performing Arts, Shopping, Storytelling