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Butte – St. Patrick’s Day 2018

The Butte America Foundation is proud to once again host Butte’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Historic Uptown Butte, Montana on March 17th, 2018. To participate in the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day parade, please visit this site for registration form and full info: http://www.butteamericafoundation.org/parades/

Parade will start at 12:00 pm on Saturday, March 17th. Parade route begins at the corner of Arizona and Granite, proceeding West on Granite to Montana, South on Montana to Park St., East on Park St. to Arizona where disassembly can begin. Participants can either disperse going East on Park, South on Arizona or return to staging area by going North on Arizona to Granite or North on Covert to Granite.

FRIDAY, MARCH 16th:

Live music on the corner of Main & Galena (Pekin parking lot) from 5 pm – 11 pm

SATURDAY, MARCH 17th:

Live music on the corner of Main & Galena (Pekin parking lot) from 1 pm – 11 pm

Vendor spots available for $100 for BOTH days. Limited space available, email boyle@montanabooking.com to register.

Artist lineup and more info/activities TBA!

PLEASE SHARE & INVITE!!

New Kingston – The Late Ones & Yellowstoned

“New Kingston is a Progressive Reggae group whose members combine their Jamaican heritage with the urban sounds of their New York home, New Kingston are a family band consisting of brothers Tahir, Courtney Jr., and Stephen along with their father, Courtney Panton, Sr. A first-generation Jamaican-American, Courtney the elder was active in New York’s reggae scene before turning his sons on to the music of their island heritage. Born out of jam sessions in the family’s Brooklyn basement, the brothers began their career playing Bob Marley and Earth, Wind & Fire covers at parties and gatherings around the neighborhood. By 2010, they’d become focused on their own writing, which fused R&B, hip-hop, and dancehall with traditional reggae sounds. With each brother writing and offering vocals, Courtney Sr. filled in on bass. Following their self-released debut, In the Streets, New Kingston went on a European tour with rising reggae star Collie Buddz, playing a number of prominent festivals. Their sophomore LP, 2013’s Kingston University, earned them a deal with New York label Easy Star Records, which issued their third LP, Kingston City, in early 2015. Boasting an increased production value and guest spots by the Tribal Seeds, The Wailing Souls, Sister Carol, and Sugar Minott, Kingston City raised the band’s visibility considerably, topping Billboard’s reggae chart upon its release. An EP, Kingston Fyah, arrived in the summer of 2016.”

— Timothy Monger, All Music

New Kingston – The Late Ones & Yellowstoned

“New Kingston is a Progressive Reggae group whose members combine their Jamaican heritage with the urban sounds of their New York home, New Kingston are a family band consisting of brothers Tahir, Courtney Jr., and Stephen along with their father, Courtney Panton, Sr. A first-generation Jamaican-American, Courtney the elder was active in New York’s reggae scene before turning his sons on to the music of their island heritage. Born out of jam sessions in the family’s Brooklyn basement, the brothers began their career playing Bob Marley and Earth, Wind & Fire covers at parties and gatherings around the neighborhood. By 2010, they’d become focused on their own writing, which fused R&B, hip-hop, and dancehall with traditional reggae sounds. With each brother writing and offering vocals, Courtney Sr. filled in on bass. Following their self-released debut, In the Streets, New Kingston went on a European tour with rising reggae star Collie Buddz, playing a number of prominent festivals. Their sophomore LP, 2013’s Kingston University, earned them a deal with New York label Easy Star Records, which issued their third LP, Kingston City, in early 2015. Boasting an increased production value and guest spots by the Tribal Seeds, The Wailing Souls, Sister Carol, and Sugar Minott, Kingston City raised the band’s visibility considerably, topping Billboard’s reggae chart upon its release. An EP, Kingston Fyah, arrived in the summer of 2016.”

— Timothy Monger, All Music