If it's music you're into this weekend, don't despair. (And all this is in addition to the slew of other non-music events we already listed!) Here are a few great options:

Friday, September 10th: Laney Lou and The Bird Dogs w/ The Ryan Acker Trio at Love Field - (5350 Love Lane, Bozeman. West of town off of Huffine Lane). Doors 6pm. Music at 7pm. All Ages. 10 and under free. Tickets $25 advance/$30 at the door.

Friday, September 10th & Saturday, September 11th: Ryan Bingham at Pine Creek Lodge - (2496 East River Road, south of Livingston) 2 night stand, outdoors at the beautiful Pine Creek Lodge. Happening 7pm to 11pm. Tickets are currently SOLD OUT, but check Pine Creek's official Facebook page for updates or release of more tickets.

Friday, September 10th: Jeremy Shanok Quartet at Red Tractor Pizza - (1007 West Main, Bozeman) Free live music. Happening 7pm to 9pm. It's Jazz Night at Red Tractor Pizza!

Friday, September 10th: Country Roots Honky-Tonk at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds - Hosted by the Outlaw Country Dancers. Happening 7pm to 11pm. No alcohol allowed. This is a family friendly event. Admission: Singles $6, Couples $10.

Friday, September 10th: Sam Platts and the Plainsmen LIVE at Stacey’s - (Gallatin Gateway) An authentic 5 piece country band. Cover is just $5 at the door. "Old time country/western music and bring your dancing boots."

Saturday, September 11th: PermaFunk at Red Tractor Pizza - (1007 West Main, Bozeman) Free live music. Happening 7pm to 9pm. "Funk, soul, psychedelic, latin fusion grooves! Inspired by the creativity and passion of the 1970s"

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