FAQ

Peak to Sky is committed to celebrating wild, open spaces and the grandeur of Montana paired with an iconic musical performance from artists spanning decades of excellence and ask that you adhere to the following guidelines in order to ensure a great experience for everyone! 


Peak to Sky is an outdoor event and will take place, rain or shine. No refunds. No exceptions. Peak to Sky promoter reserves the right to substitute artists if necessary.


Please note, all personal belongings will be searched prior to entrance, so please adhere to these rules so that others will not be delayed during the entrance process.

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DO I NEED A TICKET FOR MY CHILD?
Peak to Sky is an all-ages event. Children 1 and under and babies in arms are free to attend the Peak to Sky grounds with paid adult admission.

WHAT IS THE BEST TIME TO ARRIVE?
The best time to arrive for th Peak to Sky is early! Parking will fill up quickly and lines may start to form. Gates open at 6:00 pm Friday, July 5, and 4:30 pm Saturday, July 6.

IS THE EVENT FOR ALL AGES?
Yes, Peak to Sky is an all ages event.

HOW DO I GET TO PEAK TO SKY IN BIG SKY, MONTANA?

DIRECTIONS FROM BOZEMAN, MT: To get to the Big Sky Events Arena from Bozeman, take US-191 S through the scenic Gallatin Canyon. After approximately 40 miles, turn right onto Hwy 64 / Lone Mountain Trail. In 3 miles, turn left onto Ousel Falls Road. Next, turn left onto Aspen Leaf Drive. The Big Sky Events Arena will be on the right.

SKYLINE BUS: The shuttle to the Big Sky Town Center departs after 35 minutes of each hour. View Bus Schedule

KARST STAGE: A motorcoach shuttle service for individuals or groups. View Schedules & Rates

UBER / LYFT: Note Big Sky does not currently have UBER or LYFT service

WHERE CAN I PARK MY CAR FOR PEAK TO SKY?
Parking in Big Sky is very limited. We suggest carpooling or taking the shuttle. There will be limited $20 cash only, paid parking in the field across from the venue. Please note that the venue may be a 5 to 20 minute walk depending on your parking location. Big Sky Resort hotels have access to complimentary in-town shuttle transportation via valet service at the resort. Check in with your hotel concierge when you arrive.

WHAT ARE CONSIDERED PROFESSIONAL CAMERAS AND PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL CAMERAS? CAN I RECORD THE SHOW?
Video recording the show is not permitted. Any camera with a removable lens(es) IS NOT permitted in the show. Please leave these at home.

IS RE-ENTRY ALLOWED AT PEAK TO SKY?
Once your tickets are scanned and credentials activated, you may re-enter Peak to Sky, however you must go through mandatory security checkpoints.

IS THERE AN ON-SITE WILL CALL?
Yes, located at the entrance of the Peak to Sky there will be a Will Call trailer for ticketing questions and sponsor pick-up. However, we suggest purchasing your ticket to Peak to Sky now, as the show is expected to sell out.

ARE THERE ATM MACHINES AT THE PEAK TO SKY VENUE?
Yes, there will be two ATMs on site.

WILL I BE ABLE TO PURCHASE FOOD AND DRINKS AT THE EVENT?
Yes! There will be a variety of food and drink options available at Peak to Sky, including full bar. Alcohol sales close at 10:30pm.

IS THERE A LOST AND FOUND?
Yes, there will be a lost and found located at the Will Call trailer at the entrance.

WILL THERE BE MERCH SALES?
Yes, there will be a Merch tent and trailer for all Peak to Sky and related artist merch sales next to the Will Call trailer at the entrance.

DOES THE VENUE OFFER ADA ACCOMMODATIONS?
Yes, please contact us at tucker@theoutlawpartners.com prior to the event to request assistance.

WHERE CAN I STAY?
In Big Sky, we recommend Natural Retreats, The Wilson Hotel, and Big Sky Resort for lodging options. There are a variety of VRBO rentals as well.

IS THERE CAMPING AVAILABLE ON SITE?
No camping is allowed on or near the venue. There are limited first-come, first-served Forest Service campgrounds near Big Sky including Red Cliff, Greek Creek, Moose Creek and Swan Creek. Dispersed camping may be available in other public land adjacent to Big Sky.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Big Sky, Montana is at an elevation of approximately 7000 feet, and has mountain weather patterns which range from chilly nights to warm days. Expect nighttime temperatures in the 30s-50s and daytime temps in the 50s-70s. Dressing in layers is a good idea, and a jacket and/or rain jacket is recommended. The concert venue is outdoor in a sagebrush field with a mix of dirt, rocks, grass and other natural elements, so supportive, closed toed shoes are recommended.

WHAT IF IT RAINS?
The Peak to Sky will go on! Rain or shine! No Exceptions. No refunds. If extreme inclement weather there is shelter for VIP ticket holders under the Big Tent, and for GA attendees there is shelter adjacent to the concert venue in Big Sky Town Center.

WHAT IF I NEED MEDICAL ASSISTANCE?
Peak to Sky will have a staffed Medical Tent near the GA entrance of the venue. For more serious issues, the Big Sky Events Arena is also near the Big Sky Medical Center hospital which is open 24 hours. Call 911 if it is an emergency.

WHAT SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES / HASHTAGS SHOULD I USE FOR THE EVENT?
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PEAK TO SKY GROUNDS NOT ALLOWED

  • Glass of any kind, including glass bottles
  • Outside food and drinks
  • Narcotics and drug paraphernalia
  • Drones or any other unmanned aircraft
  • Chairs / Hammocks / Blankets / Other lounging equipment
  • Fireworks or other explosives
  • Firearms, knives, or other weapons
  • Megaphones, PA systems, Air Horns
  • Backpacks or large totes
  • Coolers of any kind
  • Pets (Service animals exempt)
  • Video recording equipment
  • Professional cameras and camera equipment
  • Amplified sound devices (Wireless speakers, etc.)
  • Umbrellas

PEAK TO SKY GROUNDS ALLOWED

  • Standard, non-professional cameras
  • Cell phones
  • Medications with a prescription and ID matching
  • Empty water bottles
  • Strollers, one per child
  • Diaper bags, one per child
  • Small purses and handheld bags

Security has final say on allowed and prohibited items. All possessions subject to searching at security checkpoints.