Photo by KMMS

Groovin' on the Gallatin, which has quickly become one of the most popular summer festivals in the Gallatin Valley, is holding a groovin' fundraiser on Friday, March 6 to make this year's festival bigger and better than ever!

An epic, all night jam with Cure For The Common, M.O.T.H., and Technicolor Tone Factory (out of Boulder, CO) is scheduled for Friday, March 6 at the Filling Station. It’s $15 at the door, and ALL proceeds will go to making Groovin' on the Gallatin the raddest festival in Montana!

Founded by Jason Meyers and Pete Lease in 2010, Groovin’ was built on a foundation of values. At the core of the festival is the endless pursuit of providing patrons with moving musical experiences, courtesy of local, regional, and national acts. The festival’s complete long-term mission is to advance live event sustainability, while enjoying local arts & culture, and maintaining the beauty of the Gallatin river ecosystem.

Groovin' is dedicated to providing a portion of proceeds to the Blue Water Task Force, which is focused on monitoring the quality of the Gallatin River watershed, and raising public awareness of the ecological impact of developments in the area.