Get ready for the Miner Music Festival on Saturday, July 28 from 4 – 11 p.m. on the Miner Brewing Company Concert Lawn.
This evening music festival is for everyone who has a love of both music and the outdoors.
Tickets to this all-ages show start at just $20 in advance and are available in the Miner Brewing Company Tap Room in Hill City, South Dakota, by calling (605) 574.9635, or by ordering online. Ticket prices increase to $25 each on the day of the show. Please note: we do not recommend purchasing tickets in the webstore from a mobile device.
A limited number of box seats are also available, which include a pair of chairs at a shared table for four, an elevated view of the stage, and an umbrella. Each box is $60/pair and can only be purchased in the Miner Brewing Company Tap Room or by calling (605) 574.9635.
Food & Drink
Select Miner Brewing Company craft beers and food will be available at a cash-only outdoor bar, while our full beer menu and credit card service will be available inside the Miner Brewing Company Tap Room. The Prairie Berry Winery Kitchen will be open and offering its full menu until 7:30 p.m.
Nathan Kalish and the Lastcallers — 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Nathan Kalish is a touring singer-songwriter and band leader from the American Midwest, currently calling Nashville home after having spent most of the last decade on the road. His latest album ‘I Want to Believe’ was produced by David Beeman (notably of Pokey LaFarge’s most recent) and is an independently released country-Americana record with a tip of the hat to psychedelic, folk and rock ‘n roll. The songs vary from wistful introspect to knee-slapping social commentary while managing to keep a cohesive familiarity recognizable to fans and followers.
Burlap Wolf King — 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Burlap Wolf King, is the vessel of song of South Dakota based singer/songwriter, Thomas Hentges. Throughout 10 active years, BWK has seen a rotating cast of characters. 2009’s full length LP “The Middle” was followed up by 2013’s live and acoustic-leaning “BWK” EP. Now back with a decidedly solidified six-piece lineup, Hentges and company are stronger than ever. BWK’s 2017 full-length offering, “Bitter Honey”, is highlighted by a distinct leap forward in songwriting & style, all the while showcasing this new outfit’s prowess and versatility both live and in the studio.
The Builders and the Butchers — 9:00 – 10:30 p.m
With glowing album and show reviews coming from Pitchfork and The Wall Street Journal, among others, their brand of folk-rock is best served live. Audiences can look forward to lively performances, where fourth wall is broken and the audience is able to participate in call and response sing-a-longs. Sometimes the band will hand out instruments for fans to play, and they’ll even get down off stage to perform right on the floor.
The Builders and The Butchers formed in 2005. Ryan Sollee fronts the band, sings and plays guitar, joined by Willy Kunkle (bass, guitar, vocals, percussion), Justin Baeir (drums, backup vocals, percussion) and Harvey Tumbleson (mandolin, banjo, guitar, vocals, percussion). The Portland-based band gained a strong following after years of playing anywhere and everywhere across the city. They quickly grew to become one of the most exciting live bands in Portland and throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The band toured throughout the US and Europe from 2007-2012, playing music festivals, such as Sasquatch and Lollapalooza, and acting as support for Portugal. The Man, Heartless Bastards, Amanda Palmer and Murder By Death.