The beautiful city of Billings, Montana, is ending summer with a bang with a lineup of memorable events for friends and families to enjoy, including Montana’s Urban Music Festival, the Crow Fair Pow Wow and a performance from the 80s heavy metal band Motley Crue. So don’t miss out on the sights, scenes and sunshine of the beautiful Big Sky Country by staying in one of the hotels in Billings, MT.
Motley Crue Performing in Billings, Montana
Take a step back into the 1980s as the iconic heavy metal band Motley Crue rocks out in Billings for what is sure to be a blast from the past. Founded by bass guitarist Nikki Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee, this hard rock band has become world renowned, with more than 80 million albums sold around the globe. Some of their biggest hits include “Wild Side,” “Looks that Kill,” and “Shout at the Devil.” So don’t miss out on the chance to see the renewed success of these rock legends
August 9, 2011
Rimrock Auto Arena
10th Annual Montana Urban Music Festival
Urban music fans from throughout the country will be gathering in beautiful Billings this August for one of the most anticipated music events of the year, the Montana Urban Festival. The intimate atmosphere of this small town makes it the perfect location for friends and families to enjoy the soothing sounds of artists like The Shuffle Bums, Hanson and Janiva Magness.
August 11-14 2011
Location varies depending on show time
South Park & Montana Avenue
For schedule, visit http://www.magiccityblues.com/information/
2011 Crow Fair
The annual Crow Fair is known as one of the largest yearly gatherings for the Apsalooke Nation. This 4-day celebration draws in tourists from all over the world, including Italy and Germany. And in case you’re wondering, it features a powwow, morning parades, a rodeo and a horse race, all in recognition of Crow families throughout the area.
Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 9:00am thru
Monday, August 22, 2011 at 12:00am
Crow Agency is located 60 miles south of Billings off of I-90.
For more information, visit http://visitmt.com