St John's United has released the 2024 Summer Concert dates.

Alive After 5 is a good time on Thursday evenings in Downtown Billings. They kick off on June 6th at the Pub Station. AA5 usually draws big crowds, but they aren't exactly family-friendly, with hundreds of intoxicated adults partying in the streets.

If you're looking for a different outdoor live music experience in Billings, where you can comfortably bring everyone from toddlers to grandparents, the St. John's United Summer Concert Series is a great option.


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The Summer Concert Series events are held on the campuses of St John's United senior living facilities, which provide ample room for BYO chairs and blankets on their lush, expansive lawns. All shows start at 6 pm with an opening act (except Aug 1, which starts at 6:30). Admission is free.

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Food trucks are available at each event or you can bring your snacks. There are no alcoholic beverage vendors at the concerts. This year, the series features a variety of fun tribute bands, appropriate for all ages of music lovers.

June 20th at Wyndstone, 1920 WyndStone Way, Billings Heights.

The Summer Concert Series kicks off with a Ronnie Milsap Tribute band. Milsap was one of Country Music's biggest stars in the 70s and 80s, with numerous hits that remain popular today.

Photo by Douglas Miller/Keystone/Getty Images
Photo by Douglas Miller/Keystone/Getty Images

June 27th at The Crossings, 600 Roundhouse Drive, Laurel.

The Legends of the Pioneers Tribute will be fun for those who grew up on old Western TV shows and movies. The ensemble is led by Marty Davis and relives "nostalgic stories and songs from the Silver Screen Cowboys like Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, the Sons of the Pioneers, and Rex Allen."

July and August dates are at St. Johns United Campus, 3940 Rimrock Rd, Billings. 

The music comes to the West End with a Beatles Tribute on July 11, a Beach Boys Tribute on July 18, an Elton John Tribute on July 25, and Paper Flowers, "Remembering Fleetwood Mac" wraps up the season on August 1.

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