Outlaw Partners Announces Wildlands Festival Beneficiaries

Big Sky event ticket sales and donations raise funds for wild and open spaces

Outlaw Partners is thrilled to share that Wildlands Festival has chosen three local organizations dedicated to preserving wild and open spaces as the beneficiaries for the 2024 event, Aug. 1-3. This year, The Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Wild Montana and Gallatin Valley Land Trust will benefit from the festival’s donations, auction proceeds, ticket sales and generous contributions from sponsors.

As the largest conservation-focused outdoor music festival in southwest Montana, Wildlands aims to raise awareness and funds for nonprofit organizations dedicated to saving wild and open spaces while featuring an all-star lineup of musicians. This summer, the two-day music lineup will feature country music headliners, Maren Morris on Friday, Aug. 2, and Dierks Bentley on Saturday, Aug. 3. Additional artists include Lukas Nelson and Wyatt Flores.

“It’s a privilege to support three organizations that help make southwest Montana a better place to live while preserving it for future generations,” said Eric Ladd, founder and chairman of Outlaw Partners. “To combine our fundraising efforts with the efforts of these organizations, along with a weekend of incredible music, is an unforgettable experience and why Outlaw continues to grow the festival.”

In its fourth year, Outlaw Partners is continuing the success of Wildlands Festival by partnering with music artists, conservationists, notable brands and charitable organizations passionate about preserving land in Montana and beyond. Last year, the festival raised over $500,000 for river conservation. This year, the goal is to further that momentum by supporting three local organizations making great strides in preserving southwest Montana’s wild spaces.