Say 'goodbye' to July this weekend with some great live music all over the Gallatin Valley.

In addition to stuff like Farmer's Markets and non-music events (which are bountiful this weekend), here's a few suggestions on great live music you can catch this weekend.

Friday, July 30th: Tylor and the Train Robbers LIVE at the Old Saloon - (Emigrant, MT) FREE show. Roots Country and modern Americana music. Happening at 8pm.

Friday, July 30th: The Infamous Stringdusters at Pine Creek Lodge (Two Nights) - also Saturday night. Tickets available. Happening 7pm to 11pm. Bluegrass, Americana. Tickets are $70 at the door.

Friday, July 30th: Uncorked and Unplugged Live Music Series - at Blend Winery in downtown Bozeman. FREE live, acoustic music from 7pm to 9pm.

Friday, July 30th: Jazz Night at Red Tractor Pizza - FREE music on the patio. Happening 7pm to 9pm. A rotating lineup of Bozeman's finest jazz musicians every Friday. Curated by Alex Robilotta.

Friday, July 30th: Sam Platts and the Plainsmen LIVE at Stacey’s - (Gallatin Gateway) $5 cover charge. Happening at 8pm. Country music and dancing.

Saturday, July 31st: Mid Summer Hoedown at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds - Hosted by Outlaw Country Dancers. Happening 7pm to 11pm. NO alcohol allowed. Admission is Singles $6, Couples $10. Family friendly event.

Saturday, July 31st: Live Music at Sage Lodge with The Dead Yellers - (Pray, Montana) Happening 6pm to 8pm.

Saturday, July 31st: Mac Lethal at The Filling Station - (2005 North Rouse, Bozeman) Happening at 6pm. Mac Leathal and local MT artists with Pop-a-Pill preforming live.

Sunday, August 1st: Ward Davis in Livingston at The Attic - Starts at 7pm. (110 North Main Street, Livingston) Tickets available at the link above for $20.

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