Western Days is August 2-3 in Billings.

Get ready to kick up your boots and let loose, because Downtown Billings is in for a "Yee-Haw Hee-Haw" good time.  The founders of Magic City Blues are back this year with a new signature event, Western Days.

The 21+ party debuts this year with two big nights of music, food, and entertainment on August 2 - 3. Grab your IDs and saddle up for a night of toe-tappin' tunes and good old-fashioned outdoor concert fun, at the corner of Montana Avenue and N. 25th Street.

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Stoney LaRue. Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway
Stoney LaRue. Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway

Get your tickets now.

You can get tickets online at www.magiccityblues.com or mosey on down to McCormick Café (2419 Montana Avenue), and purchase tickets in person. The McCormick Cafe is open Tuesday through Sunday until 2 pm.

General Admission tickets for Friday and Saturday nights are a steal at $25 each. VIP Patio Tickets, at $95 a pop, quickly sold out.

Gates swing open at 6:00 pm both nights, with the music kicking off at 6:15 pm sharp. There are a few rules at Western Days Yee-Haw Hee-Haw: no coolers, no carry-ins, no outside food or drink, no pets, and no one under 21 allowed.

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Credit Magic City Blues via Facebook.
Credit Magic City Blues via Facebook.

An impressive lineup of entertainment.

Friday night's festivities kick off with a bang on the Second Stage inside Craft Local, featuring The Crusaders, Almeda Bradshaw, Aaron Weber, and Counting Coup. Meanwhile, the main stage heats up with performances by Hannah Juanita, Randall King, and Jesse Dayton.

Saturday's lineup is gonna knock your boots off. Inside Craft Local, Daniel Kosel & Madrona Road, Jess Arndt, and Aaron Weber will have you laughin' and dancin' in no time, while outside on the street, Goldpine, Stoney LaRue, and Channing Wilson will keep the party rollin' until midnight.

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