Online Sales Have Ended - Tickets Can Be Purchased At The Gate!
*Lyle Lovett and His Large Band*
Jerry Jeff Walker * Rodney Crowell * Guy Clark
Carrie Rodriguez * Micky & the Motorcars * Martha Scanlan
The Trishas * Bearfoot * Ben Bullington
Ten Foot Tall and 80 Proof * Little Jane and the Pistol Whips
Agriculture and Work Skill Demonstrations * Food/Beer * Art/Crafts
Women’s Cross Cut Sawing Competition * BBQ Cook off
Camping available at the festival grounds on the beautiful Jackson Ranches.
Camping pass required. One pass per person covers the whole weekend.
Kids 12 and under are FREE for the music and camping, when accompanied by an adult, but will need a wristband (FREE). So please include their passes when you are purchasing yours on this site...won't cost you a thing! And it will allow us to plan for enough porta potties...always a good idea:)
ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS, NO GLASS, AND NO OPEN FIRES!
RAIN OR SHINE!
Friday July 29, FREE Street Dance on Main Street, White Sulphur Springs
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31, Music and Events at the Festival Grounds
Weekend Pass $75 advance/$85 at gate
Single Day Pass $40 advance/$45 at gate (good for either day!)
Camping Pass $10
The additional fees you'll notice when you add the tickets to your cart cover the credit card processing fees, and our service fees. Unfortunately this is the cost of doing business online.
If this makes you cranky (and we understand if it does!), hard tickets are available (cash or check) at many fine storefront outlets across the state, as well as on site at the festival.
Please visit our website for further details on camping, artists, volunteering, vending and sponsorship opportunities...and how to get your hands on some RED ANTS PANTS!
www.redantspantsmusicfestival.com and www.redantspants.com
All profits to benefit the Red Ants Pants Foundation;
In support of family farms and ranches, women in business,
and economic development in rural areas.
We thank you VERY much for your support and we look forward to seeing you in July!
Come connect with good folks and dance your pants off.
It's time to celebrate the hard working side of Montana.