Big Sky Bash announces concert performers
May 26—The Big Sky Bash concert event, a popular music festival in Libby, is back after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The event, sponsored by the Center for Asbestos Related Disease (CARD), celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and will be held at J. Neils Park on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2023.
Music fans from all over Montana and neighboring states are eagerly looking forward to this year's event, which promises to be as big and exciting as previous years. The concert will feature a lineup of talented artists and bands that are sure to get the crowd energized.
The opening act will be Jay Snow and the Tone Keepers, the main event will be Joe Nichols and the after party band will be The Zach Cooper Band.
The event is being organized by a team of experienced volunteers who are committed to making the event a huge success. They have worked tirelessly to ensure that all details are in place to ensure that attendees have a safe and enjoyable evening.
"We are thrilled to announce the return of the Big Sky Bash concert event," said the event's organizers. "This year's event promises to be a fantastic celebration of music and community, and we can't wait to welcome fans back to J. Neils Park."
General admission tickets will be $35 in advance or $45 the day of the show. 400 VIP tickets are available at $60 in advance or $70 the day of the show.
Tickets are available at the CARD Clinic, Montana Machine in Libby and the Libby and Eureka Chambers of Commerce, or purchase them online at libbyasbestos.org.
For more information about the Big Sky Bash concert event, visit the CARD website at www.libbyasbestos.org or follow the event on social media for the latest updates.