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Alive After 5 lineup announced

Alive After 5 lineup announced

Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs

Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs

Alive After 5 kicks off June 11 with Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs, announced on Monday by the Downtown Billings Alliance.

The weekly outdoor downtown concert series will be from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays, June 11 to July 30.

Based in Bozeman, Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs will bring their "foot-stompin' folk" to the outdoor stage at the Pub Station, 2502 First Ave. N.

According to a press release from the DBA, this year's schedule also includes:

  • July 18: Arterial Drive at Hooligan’s Sports Bar, 109 N. Broadway.
  • June 25: El Wencho at Montana Brewing Co., 113 N. Broadway.
  • July 2 (AA5 Block Party): Paige & The People’s Band at Thirsty Street Brewing Co., 3008 First Ave. N.
  • July 9: Wippoorwill at Daisy Dukes, 222 N. Broadway.
  • July 16: Wes Urbaniak and the Mountain Folk at Tiny’s Tavern, 323 N. 24th St.
  • July 23: Able Soul at Walkers Grill, 2700 First Ave. N.
  • July 30: Willy G & Lawrence at McCormick’s Café, 2419 Montana Ave.
2020 Alive After 5

Admission is free. However, anyone age 21 or older wanting to drink alcoholic beverages must purchase a wristband for $2.

This year, organizers will again offer the Valley Credit Union V.I.P. Area. Each concert will feature a special shaded area with seating, tables, free ice-cold water and easy access to one of the event bar locations.

A limited number of $10 VIP wristbands will be available at the DBA office, 116 N. 29th St. each week, which concert-goes may pick up in person or by calling 294-5060 the week leading up to the concert. Any remaining wristbands will be sold at concerts on a first come, first served basis.


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