Colt Anderson's Dream Big Foundation has set the dates and locations for the Dream Big Montana Experience 2024, and it is safe to say that Uptown Butte will be rocking on Thursday and Friday, June 27th and 28th with everything from a Tim Montana concert to a football skills camp.  Let's take a look at the schedule of events:


The Family Fun Area will be open from 4 to 6pm on Galena in the area below the parking garage.  Activities will include a football throw, face painting, basketball, cornhole, an obstacle course and ice cream.

Starting at 5pm on Park Street will be an entertainment featuring the Keith Sayers FMX Show and two incredible concerts with Levi Blom and Tim Montana.


The incredibly popular Skills Camp this year is at capacity and is no longer accepting applications.  The camp will take place at Naranche Stadium and will include instruction from Colt Anderson himself, along with such superstars as Ryan Jensen who won a Super Bowl as Tom Brady's center with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, former Butte High Bulldog and current Pittsburgh Steeler Dylan Cook, Las Vegas Raiders Special Teams Coach Tom McMahon and current Montana State quarterback and Butte legend Tommy Mellott.  Camp for grades K-4 will run from 10 to 11am with check-in at 9am while camp for 5th through 8th graders will run from 11:30am to 1pm with check-in at 10:30am.

Events will conclude at Metals Sports Bar & Grill with a cocktail party and auction with the theme "Nashville Nights: Boots, Booze & Bites" which will start at 6pm.  Tickets are $75 per person and are available from Mar Sorini at 406-565-6932.

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