Moonlight Basin is pleased to announce the inaugural Moonlight MUSICFEST taking place August 17-18, 2018, at Moonlight’s Madison Village at the base of Big Sky Resort.

 The festival features two days of diverse national and local talent in Moonlight Basin’s Madison Village, set on the northside of Lone Peak with spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding mountains.

The Wood Brothers and Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers will headline on Friday night, August 17. The weekend will conclude on Saturday, August 18, with headliner Grace Potter as the final act.

 The weekend’s festivities will also include camping (tents, RVs and campers), arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, family events, a beer garden and more in an unsurpassable setting.

 To kick off the weekend in Big Sky, Lone Mountain Land Company and The Big Sky Real Estate Company will host the weekly Music in the Mountains on Thursday, August 16. The show will feature opener The Two Bit Franks followed by the Jeff Austin Band in Big Sky’s Town Center Park.


On sale now, with the Early Bird Festival Pass for $95. Remaining tickets on sale June 1.

Regular Festival Pass: $125

Single Day Pass for Friday: $50 advanced/$65 day of show

Single Day Pass for Saturday: $60 advanced/$75 day of show

Camping: $100 for the weekend

Kids 12 and under: Free


Thursday, August 16

The Two Bit Franks

Jeff Austin Band

Friday, August 17

Hawthorne Roots (local)

Mission Temple Fireworks Revival featuring Paul Thorn & The Blind Boys of Alabama

The Wood Brothers

Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers

Saturday, August 18

The Well (local)

The Suffers

Anderson East

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Sam Bush Band

Grace Potter

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