The 54th Annual Homesteader Days will kick off the evening of July 6th, 2018 with the Outdoor Concert. Gates open at 5:00 pm. The first act will start at 7:00 pm, followed by the second act at 8:30 pm. The concert will be held the 7-acre Homesteader Park. There is lots of room, plenty of shade trees, and a park full of nice folks. Bring your own lawn chairs.
Tickets for the outdoor concert can be purchased online before July 5th for $35 plus a $2.50 processing fee. They can be picked up at the “Will Call” on the day of the concert. Tickets can also be purchased at Project Merc, R&R Trading and Hardware, or Shipton’s Big R in Billings. On July 6 (concert day), tickets can be purchased at all physical locations for $40 (no online purchases). Kids 6 and under get in free.
Neal McCoy has released fifteen studio albums on various labels, and has released 34 singles to country radio. He has been on 15 USO Tours around the world, and continues to say it’s one of the achievements he’s most proud of. He is also the recipient of multiple Humanitarian awards from The Academy of Country Music, The Country Radio Broadcasters, and The Masonic Grand Lodge. In 2016, Neal has again made a move to continue his patriotic values by reciting the Pledge of Allegiance “Live” on his Facebook page every morning. Neal still maintains a very busy touring schedule all through the year. Make sure to catch a show when he’s near because as Neal says “No two shows are the same!”
This spring, Chancey Williams is set to release “Silhouette,” the second single release from the forthcoming album, “Down With That,” the much-anticipated follow-up to the Billboard Heatseekers Charting album, “Echo.” The Wyoming native and his Younger Brothers Band, have relentlessly toured the Western United States, developing a rabid fan base not seen from the Cowboy State since Chris LeDoux. The band’s vigorous spring and summer tour will include multiple dates with Aaron Watson, Tracey Lawrence, and many others. “We just love to play, travel, record our music, and represent the great state of Wyoming,” said Williams, “It’s just in our blood, I can’t imagine doing anything else.”