Join us for our FREE Annual Block Party - Music & Brewery Tours
The Block Party main stage will be located outside of the Lewis & Clark Taproom in our new outdoor event space on the expanded patio right off of Montana Avenue. The weekend is dedicated to the company's appreciation for the community and continual support throughout this last year. Lewis & Clark Brewing is excited to bring back live music and the annual Block Party and Brewery Open House this summer. The weekend starts Thursday night with a ticketed concert as we welcome Robert Earl Keen to Lewis & Clark Brewing Company, get your tickets for this paid show at HERE
The rest of the weekend will be a free festival. Attendees are encouraged to reserve their free tickets online (via this link) just in case we are forced to limit our crowd size.
Friday, July 23, music starting at 7 pm - A Night of Country :
Kyle Park with Insufficient Funds Opening Singer-songwriter Kyle Park calls himself a “lifer” in the music industry and it’s not hard to see why. In a typical year, he performs roughly 175 times. Seven of his singles have reached No. 1 on the Texas Regional Radio Report (TRRR). He’s opened for legendary country heroes like George Strait and Clint Black.
Saturday, July 24, music starting at 5 pm - A Night of Rock and Roll
The band All Good Things with opening sets by Ten Years Gone and TBA. Helena native Dan Murphy, a Helena High graduate, is the vocalist and guitarist for the band "All Good Things" from Los Angeles, CA. We are so stoked to have these guys back in Helena, Montana which is the first stop on the band’s 1st US Tour that reaches as far East as New York, NY, South has Savannah, GA, and West as San Diego, CA. On
this tour they will be sharing the stage with bands such as, Metallica, POD, Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin. Their single “For the Glory” is currently in the top 10 mainstream rock radio charts and they have signed with the Better Noise Record label.
Open house self-guided tours of the brewery operations will be available from 1-5 pm on Saturday and offers the community a chance to learn more about the brewing process and get a glimpse of the production facility.