Music in the Park in West Yellowstone is a treat for visitors, where they can experience the old-fashioned pleasure of music flowing across the town during this summer concert series.
Organization: West Yellowstone Chamber of Commerce
Dates: 07/22/2011 - 07/23/2011 update info
Time: 6:00:00 PM - 10:00:00 PM
Event Cost: Free
Venue: Town Park in West Yellowstone,MT
Contact: West Yellowstone Chamber of Commerce
Bring your blankets, lawn chairs, picnics and the kids. Enjoy a casual evening of gospel music in the great outdoors!
Friday's summer's third evening of Music in the Park will feature Air National Guard Band of the northwest 560th (WA ANG) band out of Washington & ANG band from St. Louis, Missouri. Free of charge and begins in the Town Park.
Saturday's evening of Music in the Park will open with honky tonk swing Owen Mays and James Hunnicutt and feature "The Viper of Melody" Wayne Hancock, Free of charge and begins in the Town Park.
- West Yellowstone’s Music in the Park summer concert series is fun for the whole family
- Bring your blankets or chairs to City Park to enjoy live entertainment
- Held on evenings throughout the summer in West Yellowstone
- Hear local and regional bands
Overview: For a summer evening of fun in the outdoors, the Music in the Park summer concert series offers the whole family the best in live entertainment. West Yellowstone, Montana locals and visitors alike flock to the park to enjoy the concerts.
When: Music in the Park is held throughout the summer, kicking off the series on July 4th and offering concerts typically on Saturday nights until the end of August or into September.
Where: The Music in the Park concert series is held in West Yellowstone at City Park.
Fee: There is no charge for attending Music in the Park.
Details: For the best in a casual evening, simply grab your lawn chairs or blankets and come to City Park to enjoy a wonderful concert series in the evening. There’s also a barbeque so if you don’t want to bring a picnic snack, some great food is available.
Regional and local talent play for all attendees, bringing this free outdoor concert series to a new level. The kids love romping in the grass to the sounds of the bands, and adults enjoy the fresh air and community spirit.
Typically starting on the 4th of July each year, you can enjoy the show right after the Fourth of July parade.