GREAT FALLS – The Downtown Summer Jam— a street concert put on by the Mighty Mo Brewing Company, Fat Tuesday’s and the Enbär— will return to the Electric City this summer, with big-name country music stars.
Three days of festivities will be held along Central Avenue and 5th Street, according to a press release from the Mighty Mo.
The Summer Jam Series will take place on separate, individual days throughout the summer months, spread between June to August, the press release goes on to state.
Kicking off the festivities, country music artist Logan Mize is scheduled for June 19. Maize has played with big-name Nashville stars such as “Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Blake Shelton and many more.” Some of his hits include “Pawn Shop Guitar” and “Ain’t Always Pretty.”
The concert series’ crown jewel is set to perform on July 4, at the annual Downtown Hootenanny. Singer Granger Smith “will rock Great Falls with a FREE SHOW that will take place from approximately 1pm-5pm on America’s 236th birthday,” the statement cites. Granger Smith’s “Dirt Road Driveway” album hit number one on the iTunes charts in 2013.
On August 21, “Downtown Great Falls gets one more night of summer as Carter Winter takes to the corner of 5th and Central,” the release says. The statement continues, “Recently completing his second studio album with multi Grammy Award-winning producer Chad Carlson […] Carter Winter’s sophomore release, ‘The Whiskey In Me,’ ma[de] a solid entry into country music that firmly establishe[d] his bad boy brand as a natural force in country music.”