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Valentine’s Day Reminder – Belle Cose Trunk Show featuring Heather Moore

Heather B Moore in house from 2/14 through 2/15

Based out of Cleveland, Ohio, Heather is known for her unique, charm based jewelry designs. Come in to start your collection, and discover what her collection is all about. Don’t forget to check out her Lone Peak Charm Collection. Great charms and jewelry for that special someone on Valentine’s Day.

Belle Cose | Big Sky

223 Town Center Avenue

Big Sky, Montana 59716

 

July 9 – LIVE MUSIC – Trampled by Turtles & Shane Smith and The Saints

We are excited to announce that Trampled by Turtles, an American bluegrass influenced folk band from Duluth, Minnesota will be making their debut at the Big Sky Events Arena on July 9, 2024.

Also, Shane Smith and The Saints will be joining. Shane Smith and The Saints are an American red dirt country band from Austin, Texas that formed in 2011 and has released four studio albums.

Tickets go on sale, Thursday, February 15 at 10am MST.

Register for tickets HERE

New Business Spotlight: Blindside Burger

The Town Center Owners Association (an affiliate of Lone Mountain Land Company) is thrilled to announce the opening of a new restaurant at 47 Town Center Avenue, Suite D1.

Brought to you by the culinary artists who founded Blue Buddha Sushi and Tres Toros Tacos & Tequila, Blindside Burger will be the newest restaurant to break into the dining scene in Big Sky. “Picture this: Creative smash burgers that’ll make your taste buds high-five, shakes so unique they’re practically edible art, crispy fries, and beers that’ll have you saying, “Cheers, Big Sky!” It’s the kind of vibe that’s fast-casual and family friendly.”, says Twist Thompson, Owner of Blue Buddha Sushi, Tres Toros, and Blindside Burger.

Blindside Burger is projected to open on February 12, 2024 and will serve lunch and dinner, from 11am – 9pm, Monday – Saturday.

Big Sky Artists’ Collective – Marybeth Morand, Delaney Coveno & Meet the Artists

Join us for the grand opening of our new show, “Rodeo and Range – Oils By Marybeth Morant, and Wild Montana Moments – Original Photographs By Delaney Coveno” starting this Friday, February 2nd, and continuing throughout the month. Be captivated by Marybeth Morant’s stunning oil paintings that showcase the spirit of the rodeo and the vast beauty of the range. Additionally, experience the untamed beauty of Montana and Wyoming’s Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in Delaney’s work. Bears, moose, mountain goats, foxes, and pronghorn come to life while the landscapes transport you to unique moments in time in this unbelievable place.

Also, don’t miss our special “Meet the Artists” event on Friday, February 2nd, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Big Sky Artists’ Studio & Gallery. Everyone is welcome to attend and connect with the talented artists who proudly call Big Sky and the surrounding areas home. Swing into the Gallery and immerse yourself in the creativity of these remarkable individuals.

Address is: 88 Ousel Falls Road, C-1. Big Sky, MT 59716.

See event posters below and head to the Big Sky Artists’ Collective website HERE for further information.

 

 

 

Dierks Bentley + Maren Morris Headlining Wildlands Festival

Just announced! Wildlands Festival is back at the Big Sky Events Arena on August 2&3, with headliners Dierks Bentley and Maren Morris! Outlaw Partners and Lone Mountain Land Company are proud to present two nights of incredible music celebrating wild and scenic spaces.

FRIDAY HEADLINER: Maren Morris, the breakout star behind the Grammy award-winning single “My Church,” brings her roots and soulful sound to the forefront. Hailing from Texas, Morris continuously pushes genre boundaries. Her collaboration with Brandi Carlile in The Highwomen earned Americana accolades, with a special guest appearance by Dolly Parton at the Newport Folk Festival. Notably, her EDM crossover single “The Middle” with DJ Zedd stands as one of the most streamed songs of all time. If you haven’t heard it, ask your kids to serenade you – it’s a banger featured in McDonald’s and Target commercials.

With duets ranging from One Direction’s Niall Horan to her current single with DJ Diplo, Morris’s show promises something for everyone. Local music scene mainstay Annie Clements, Maren’s bassist and backing vocalist for the past 7 years, will also be recognized by many residents.

Opening the Friday show is Lukas Nelson, dedicated to the Wildlands cause and conservation. Following in his father Willie Nelson’s footsteps, Lukas and the Promise of the Real bring their unique American country rock to the mountains.

SATURDAY HEADLINER: Saturday’s headliner, Dierks Bentley, known for nearly 20 number-one Billboard Country songs, brings his high-energy hit parade to Big Sky. As humorous as he is heartfelt, Bentley’s side project, the 90s country parody band the Hot Country Knights, pokes fun at the genre’s most stereotypical leanings. Get ready for a nonstop, rip-roaring, glass-raising musical experience. Collaborating in the past with Friday’s headliner Maren Morris, there’s hope for a duo performance of their release “I’ll Be The Moon.”

Opening the Saturday show is Wyatt Flores, a fast-rising star and newcomer with a raw and powerful voice. The 22-year-old Oklahoma native’s sold-out headlining tour showcases his emotional and musical juxtaposition, drawing on themes of poverty and cultural struggle, complemented by delicate mandolin and fiddle – a perfect fit for the wild and beautiful backdrop of Big Sky.

Tickets on sale January 29 at 10AM MT

More information HERE

 

2024 Big Sky Skijoring Best in the West Showdown

The 6th Annual Best In The West Skijoring Competition: Big Sky, MT To Host The Best Skijoring Teams In North America.

Big Sky, MT: The Big Sky Skijoring Association (BSSJ) will host their 6th annual Best In The West Showdown Presented By Delzer Diversified, Lone Mountain Land Company, Lone Mountain Ranch, & RentBiz in Big Sky, Montana on February 3-4, 2024.

The team at Big Sky Skijoring has been turning the skijoring world upside down. Now in its 6th year, The Best In The West Showdown has a reputation for pushing the envelope of competitive skijoring by pairing cutting edge course design, showmanship and elements of mountain culture never seen before. The results speak for themselves.

Last year’s event attracted over 150 of the best teams in North America with 4000 spectators. The highlight of the Showdown culminated with the Keith Sayers FMX team performing the world’s first ever snowmobile backflip over a live skijoring race. In their final run in the open division the team of Colin Cook (skier), Richard Webber III (rider) and Serge To Paradise (horse) put together a smooth clean run through the berms, jumps and flames just in time for pro freestyle snowmobiler and Winter X Games champion Willie Elam to hit the throttle and lay out a huge backflip over the team as they dashed through the finish line. The crowd went wild, as did the internet with millions of views as the spectacular moment went viral.

“When our team here at Wrangler saw that video, we had to learn more about this event,” says Clay Hanback (Sr. Manager of Western Content Marketing & Partnerships, Wrangler). “Our brand is grounded in the spirit of people who work hard, have fun, and showcase courageous individuality. After seeing the coverage of The Showdown, meeting with their team, and hearing their vision for the future, we clearly found that spirit. We are very excited to be part of the event this year and can’t wait to get out to Big Sky.”

The culture of this event is something special, said Erik Morrison, one of the producers of Big Sky Skijoring. “It’s the inclusivity of it all. Big Sky Skijoring is carrying on the tradition of skijoring while actively expanding the sport to appeal to new competitors and audiences across all generations. You have cowboys and cowgirls, ski racers, freeride competitors, die hard dirtbag skiers/riders, celebrities, families, and everyone in between on the edge of their seats enjoying the show together. Everyone is part of the culture of the event, and everyone is a VIP. The best seats in the house are anywhere with a great view of the course to cheer on the competitors, a cozy fire pit and enjoying some food and drinks with the colorful company. That’s the Big Sky vibe our team is working to cultivate with The Showdown.”

This year’s event will feature two action packed days of racing.  A total of 154 skijoring teams will leave it all on the course for their chance at a piece of the $15,000 prize purse. The Keith Sayers FMX team will be back again to perform their big air exposition during intermissions. This year’s lineup includes X Games athlete and Snowmobile Freestyle Gold winner Brett Turcotte. There will be an opportunity for the public to meet and greet with many of the skijoring and FMX athletes at the vendor village. Similar to last year, the village will offer ticket holders numerous options for local food, beverage, retail, and a comfortable atmosphere overlooking the race.

“This Big Sky venue and the community that is helping pull it all together is something special.” says Justa Adams (Executive Director of BSSJ). ”Our community partners don’t just help sponsor the event. They roll up their sleeves, dig in and build it! Thanks to the teamwork of Delzer Diversified, RentBiz and Lone Mountain Land Co. working to stockpile snow, we are able to build a quality course in the face of a lean start to the winter season. I’m really proud of our team and how things are coming together for The Showdown. I can’t wait to see what our course designers Patrick McVey (Course Groomer and General Manager at Lone Mountain Ranch) and Jeremy Ueland (Program Director of the Big Sky Ski Education Foundation) come up with this year.”

For ticket info and a complete itinerary of the weekend’s events please visit bigskyskijoring.com.

First Fridays: Big Sky Artists’ Collective

Join us tomorrow, January 5th, at the Big Sky Artists’ Studio Gallery for an exclusive reception marking the start of our 2024 monthly art series. This First Friday event will illuminate the captivating original photography by Susan Elliott and Thom Peterson. From 5:00 to 7:00pm, immerse yourself in their compelling creations – all are welcome.

Discover these exceptional works exhibited throughout January. Be sure to stay tuned for details on our upcoming February First Friday showcase. Don’t miss the extraordinary celebration of artistry and talent.

Address is: 88 Ousel Falls Road, C-1. Big Sky, MT 59716.

See event posters below and head to the Big Sky Artists’ Collective website HERE for further information.

 

Winter Lights & Delights: Town Center Fridays

Experience the enchantment of Big Sky Town Center every Friday between 4–7pm from December 22 to the end of March. Immerse yourself in a lively atmosphere where local retailers, restaurants, bars, and art galleries offer exclusive specials, retail raffles, local musicians, and more. Friday nights in Town Center are the place to be this winter season!

For the inaugural event kick off, enjoy live music at Block 3 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm, followed by live music at Tips Up from 8:00pm – 10:00pm, then capping off the evening with a DJ, also at Tips up, from 10:00pm – 1:00am. Enjoy the night, lights, and delights!

New Business Spotlight: New West KnifeWorks

Welcome to Town Center: New West KnifeWorks

Please join them for their grand opening celebration this Wednesday, December 20 from 11:00am – 7:00pm. Enjoy a book signing experience with Gator from the show, Yellowstone, knife demos/tips, food, drinks, and so much more.

  • 11:00am – Ribbon Cutting
  • 11:30am – Gator tells tales of Yellowstone and does book signing
  • 1:30pm – Knife demos and tips (around this time)
  • 3:30pm – Hog unveiled – Official party begins
  • 7:00pm – Party technically ends

Brief Company History:

New West KnifeWorks started 26 years ago, when founder Corey Milligan decided he was tired of the ubiquitous white-or-black handled kitchen knives at his river guide job. He converted the second bedroom of his 2-bed apartment into the very first production facility (with permission from his wife Jess, under the condition that he would not ruin the carpet!)

For the first 10 years in business, Corey participated in just trade shows to build the business. 1 man, 1 van, 1 dream, and 26 years later, New West has just opened their 7th brick-and-mortar store here in beautiful Big Sky, Montana. The vision remains the same: to produce the highest-quality functional knife art in the world. Their products use only American-sourced materials, and are all assembled in their production facility located in Victor, Idaho. Each knife, Rock Block, resin magnet, etc. is taken from start to finish by a single artisan craftsperson, and arrives to the customer with a lifetime warranty and free sharpening for life.

Services to be provided and additional information:

Starting in January 2024, sharpening of knives, axes, tomahawks, scissors, shears, etc. will be available at the Big Sky location. The products do not have to be from New West. 3rd party sharpening will range from $9.00 – $25.00. Until then, sharpening projects will be sent to Victor, Idaho at no shipping charge to the customer.

Learn to throw a tomahawk! The Big Sky facility has a complete and safe location to throw. Also, get a new profile picture in an outrageous bison coat – a sustainable product that is made especially for New West. They get the pelts from a Jackson, Wyoming bison meat farm, and they are gorgeous statement pieces. While they are technically for sale, they are mostly used for props in photos.

Lastly, there is a gift for everyone in their new location as New West services the culinary community with knives, kitchen accessories and wine keys. Additionally, the Mountain Man Toy Shop provides utility knives, pocket knives, hunting and skinning knives, tomahawks, axes, apparel, and fun unique gifts such as bolt action pens, cast iron pans, sharpening kits, beaver fur koozies, navigation and survival manuals, and so much more. There are also fun things for kids such as non-artifact arrowheads, titanium whistles, high quality metal spinning tops, and fidget spinners.

They ship all over the USA, so if you are traveling and are wary about flying with these purchases, rest assured they will take care of you.

Visit them further online HERE

 

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