Yellowstone Art Museum

The newest venue for music, drinks, and a great after-work vibe is the Yellowstone Art Museum. You already enjoy the popular summer event, Alive After 5, and this new event will extent the opportunity into the spring and fall to relax in a great downtown location to enjoy excellent local music of all kinds.

After 5-Unplugged will happen on Thursday evenings from 5–8 pm at the YAM.

• April 27 – Ed Kemmick and the Peach Pickers.
• May 25 – Parker Brown Trio
• October 12 – Song Dog Serenade
• November 16 – John Roberts’ Latin Jazz

$3 cover charge and wristband for all adults 21 and over. Free admission if under 21. Be on the lookout for promotional cards that you can show to cut the wristband cost down to $1, available while supplies last at sponsors’ locations. Free parking, full bar, and food truck on site. All of the museum’s galleries will be open.

After 5-Unplugged is sponsored by U.S. Bank, Computers Unlimited, the Billings Gazette, Downtown Billings, and Billings Cultural Partners.

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Yellowstone Art Museum
401 North 27th Street
Billings, MT 59101

The YAM is the region’s largest contemporary art museum offering changing exhibitions, education, café, sales gallery and shop, Visible Vault, and a 7,500-piece permanent collection. The Yellowstone Art Museum hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, & Saturday 10 am–5 pm; Thursday & Friday 10 am–8 pm; and Sunday 11 am–4 pm. Admission: Members free, $6 adults, $3 students with valid ID, $3 children 6–18, under 6 free, $4 discount price (please inquire).

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