Concert Guidelines, and Weather
Guests are encouraged to be courteous to others, however they are welcome to enjoy the concert while standing, sitting, and/or dancing.
Guests are welcome to find a spot for their blanket or chairs wherever they feel comfortable within the event's perimeter. Low-back chairs are permissible. If a basketball can fit under your chair, it is too tall. Please avoid standing on pathways obstructing concert-goers passing by and the view of those sitting on the edge of pathways. With the exception of service animals, dogs will not be permitted in the venue. Please contact us at 406-994-2287 for more information on what to expect.
All concerts are held rain or shine. Be prepared for extremes such as heat, wind, or rain. Dress accordingly, as the temperature may drop noticeably after sunset. No umbrellas please.
To protect our collections and concertgoers, the Montana State University is a non-smoking campus. There is no smoking on campus grounds. Thank you for your cooperation.
Cameras with removable lens, video cameras and recording devices are prohibited. At some shows no photography will be allowed.
Food and beverages will be available for sale. No outside food or drink will be allowed into the venue.
Once you have entered through the gate, you may not exit and re-enter. You are welcome to bring blankets, low-rise chairs, etc. into the venue with you. Be prepared for weather extremes such as heat, wind, or rain. Bring a jacket, as the temperature may drop noticeably after sunset.
CHAIR & BLANKET RULES
Low-back chairs are allowed.
- 8” max from ground to front of seat bottom
- 30” max to top of chair back in highest position
- If a basketball can fit under your chair, it is too tall
In an effort to celebrate Montana's wild and open spaces and support the non-profits that work to protect them, Outlaw Partners will produce the inaugural Wildlands Festival concert at the Romney Oval on the campus of Montana State University on August 10, 2018. The concert will feature dual-headliners, acclaimed singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen and country-rockers Lukas Nelson and his band Promise of the Real. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Montana Land Reliance, and Yellowstone Forever—three nonprofits whose missions align with the festival's ethos.
The Wildlands Festival will bring people together who share a love of nature, outdoor recreation, parks, trails, and the enjoyment of what makes Montana special. The event will celebrate the state's wildlands, and will be an opportunity for concert-goers to support the spaces that they cherish, while enjoying live music in a picturesque outdoor setting.
A percentage of all ticket sales and sponsorships will be directly donated to the three nonprofits chosen to benefit from this year's event.
- On Sale
- Saturday, April 27th - 10:00AM
- General Admission
- Fieldhouse Box Office
- Ask Us Desk
- By Phone
|Romney Oval - General Admission|
|(**Plus applicable fees.)|
|(†Includes private hospitality tent with catered food and drinks (including bar) and preferred placement for great views of the show.)|