A limited number of tickets will go on sale May 1, 2024. Tickets are available online only, using the link below.

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What do the Bitterroot Valley, a 9-foot Steinway grand piano, and a community that cares about conservation have in common?

The Bitter Root Land Trust is delighted to bring In a Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild to the Bitterroot for a one-time, “Concert in the Wild” special benefit concert for BRLT on Saturday, July 27, 2024!

The piano concert will be held at the beautiful Sunset Bench Conservation Easement in Stevensville – 160 acres of agricultural land, wildlife habitat, and open space conserved by local landowners in partnership with BRLT in 2019.

Listen to the sounds of classical music by talented musician Hunter Noack while you wander the land to explore open hay fields, a timber forest, and a secret sagebrush meadow.

After the concert, you will have the opportunity to gather with friends – old and new – to learn more about BRLT projects, browse the silent auction items, listen to live music, dance, and celebrate conservation until sundown!

100% of the event proceeds will be donated to BRLT and our mission to conserve the water, wildlife, and working lands of the Bitterroot Valley.

Event Details: 
Doors Open: 4:30 PM
Concert Starts: 5:30PM
Concert Ends: 7:00 PM
Conservation Celebration “After Party”: 7:00PM – Sundown
– Silent Auction
– Local Bitterroot band
– Dancing
– Food, beer & wine available for purchase

Ticket cost: $40 (kids 5 and under are free)

A limited number of tickets will go on sale May 1, 2024. Check back here for the ticket sale link and grab yours before they’re gone!

Interested in volunteering? Please email Stephanie Sipe at stephanie@bitterrootlandtrust.org for more information.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How accessible is this concert venue? Will shuttle service be available?
The walk from the grass-covered parking lot to the concert site is 170 yards on mowed hay field. The concert site is on uneven ground that may not be suitable for mobility devices. There will be a drop off area in close proximity to the concert location to assist guests with limited mobility.

Are dogs allowed at this concert venue?
Dogs are not permitted on venue grounds. Thank you for leaving them at home for this event.

Do I need to bring my own chair or blanket?
Yes, bring your favorite outdoor chair or blanket! If you do bring high-back chairs, we ask that you place your chairs towards the side or back of the seating area to not block your neighbors’ view. Please contact the Bitter Root Land Trust if you are in need of assistance with seating.”

May I bring a picnic? Will any food be available for purchase?
Outside food and drink are permitted. Bring a picnic! Food will be available for purchase following the concert.

Will there be restrooms on site?
Portable ADA restrooms will be available on site.

What if it rains, or is extremely hot or smoky?
All IN A LANDSCAPE concerts are rain or shine events. We encourage guests to bring rain and heat protection as needed.

Will there be cell service on the drive to, and at, this venue?
Cell signals can be unpredictable at many of our more remote locations. We always recommend that you print or download directions prior to leaving home.

How do I get a set of headphones for the concert?
Your ticket includes the use of our specially designed IN A LANDSCAPE headphones. Pick up your set when you check in, and immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind audio experience.