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Posted June 9, 2023 in News and Events by Jim Markel
1. Join our Facebook Events Lawn page to learn about new events on our entertainment lawn.
2. Follow us on our Instagram Events Lawn page. Share your exciting concert pictures. See what’s going on at Red Oxx Events.
3. See our new page at 406eventslawn.com
If there is a show cancellation or postponement due to inclement weather, watch for a reschedule there or on our social media pages. You can also check your events email updates from info@406EventsLawn.com or the original ticket supplier.
A two day music festival, August 12 & 13th, 2023 4-10PM
Beware of ticket scalpers selling tickets on social media or any other website other than links we share.
Pub Station was the concert sponsor and promoter (unless otherwise noted) during the premier year of 2021. The gates opened at 5 p.m and the shows started at 6 p.m.. Most events featured fresh food baked on-site in our wood-fired oven and smoker BBQ Grill by local prize-winning local chef Mike from PizzaCotta.
Event Lawn Gate access is located at 323 North 14th – South West corner of 4th Avenue.
Red Oxx Events Lawn Stage Sides – Audience View.
Get more information details about our Events Lawn on our FAQs page here. There you can find answers to your questions about lawn size, power, access, extras, how to book, and more.
Here’s a review of the Events Lawn from the Billings Gazette.
Weather: Concerts will be held regardless of weather (unless there’s a tornado warning!). Dress for extremes such as heat, wind or rain. Consider layering as temperatures may drop noticeably after sunset. Remember, it’s Montana. No umbrellas please.
Smoking: There is NO smoking – this includes cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, pipes, joints, blunts, etc. Exceptions for legal smokeables in the Smoking Area only. The Smoking Area is at the 4th Avenue alley entrance. Be considerate and please dispose of your butts in the cigarette butt disposal container.
Photography: Cameras with removable lens, video cameras and sound recording devices are not allowed.
Food and Beverages: Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Bringing in food or beverages is not allowed.
No Re-Entry: Once you have made your entry through the gates, you may NOT exit and re-enter.
Masks: Masks are optional as is “social distancing”. If you feel sick – DO NOT ATTEND!
Hand Sanitizer: You will find hand sanitizer dispensers next to the bathroom stations. Please use it when you are finished.
Attendees caught violating these Rules and Regulations will be immediately ejected. These violations include urinating anywhere on the property other than in the on-site toilets. This also includes smoking (except in approved smoking locations). Exhibiting aggressive or obnoxious behavior will be equally aggressively dealt with immediately. Repeat offenders will be banned from all future events.
Please note: Some shows may have different rules, depending on contract, tour manager/management etc. However, the above typically covers it overall.
All are welcome. I’d like to remind you that you’re welcome to enjoy artists and musicians perform while listening to great music or comedy. Continual success of the Events Lawn with more exciting concerts in the future is our priority. Therefore, please behave in respect and appreciation of the artist’s performances.
Above all, this includes loud continuous conversations during the performances! Wanna chat and catch-up? Please go elsewhere.
Hope to see you having fun!
Cheers, Jim Markel CEO
Friday May 14th’s Grand Opening show sold out! Ian Munsick with Tim Hayes on fiddle and show opener Kasey Tyndall performed under clear skies and Montana springlike conditions.
This Pub Station Concert sold out for 500 hard-core Munsick fans. They gathered under the shadow of the rims and sang along to Munsick’s smooth country songs. Deemed a huge success by both the musicians and Pub Station owner Sean Lynch. The event’s promising start meant many more fun concerts are in the works.
Ian Munsick kicks off the Events Lawn Summer Shows.
The Friday night Ian Munsick show was sold out. Therefore a second nearly sold-out show was added the night before on Thursday May 13th.
Hoola Hoops Girls spin their colored lights magic.
May 15 Saturday night’s Community Dub show drew a gathering of like-minded dub artists who put on a dance groove and “chillaxing” gig. Local musician Mandi “Aija” Castro set the tone opening the show. Community Dub artists who performed included Aija, Animal Treats, Beautiful Existence, Blake from the Lake, Blyte, Epitome J, ET3, Kyzmet, Mind Hunny, Subvasive, Tonbo, Wrinse, and Zak Bracy. Featured tattoo artist Whitney Marie Dononhue made an appearance. Community Dub show was sponsored by Roots Market and The Midway Grill & Brews.
June 17th was a calm warm summer Thursday night when The Steel Woods played to an small but enthusiastic crowd.
Two nights later, on June 19th during a cloudy Saturday night, Cash’d Out – the Premier Johnny Cash Tribute Show tore up the stage with plenty of cool Cash classics. The Event Lawn continues to draw crowds and classic tunes. Isn’t it time for you to join the fun?
June 26 was a warm, partly cloudy Saturday evening. Popular Bozeman based bluegrass band Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs followed the evening show openers Them Coulee Boys. The energy was strong and the crowd, though small, was stoked as banjos rang out, and harmonies abounded. Laney Lou and Them Coulee Boys band photos by Tyler Rel from GetRel Photography.
Friday July 9th country music star Jordan Davis sang to a sold-out crowd. 800 screaming sing-along, hard-partying fans grooved to a “slow dance in the parking lot”.
The following Friday July 16, country crooner Charlie Crockett strode the stage to a large crowd of hard-core country western fans. Charlie comment about the Event Lawn was “It’s a nice patch of grass”. Charlie’s honest and down-to-earth music “struck a chord” with the fans.
It was hot and so was Easton Corbin’ performance. He sang to a large crowd of nearly 500 fans the next evening, Saturday July 17th.
Monsters of Rock shook the earth on Saturday, August 21st and got leotard tight with the hair band fans as they dressed up as their favorite 80s metal rock stars.
August 27th, lovely Friday Night Country stars BlackHawk laid out their classics to a small, but grateful crowd.
Drake White OPTIMYSTIC Tour
During the final weekend of concerts, September 3rd, Friday Night, famous country crooner Drake White brought his upbeat OPTIMYSTIC Tour with Kasey Tyndall to town. The Honky-Tonk Alabama Americana musician was impressed with the Event grounds, commenting they were an inspiration for his own concert venue back in Alabama.
Closing out the season on September 4th it was a rocking Saturday Night with Hell’s Belles All Girl AC/DC Tribute Band. The head banging classic heavy metal tribute rockers showed the crowd just who had the Biggest Balls of them All!
Them Coulee Boys.
Laney Lou singing passionately with the Bird Dogs.
Laney Lou & the Bird Dogs in harmony.
View of Red Oxx Events Lawn in action from the Billings Rims.