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Bob Marshall Music Festival Exceeds Expectations

 

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Status the Band closed out the Bob Marshall Music Festival playing into the early morning hours Sunday, July 17. The festival was held in the Missoula County Park next to the Seeley Lake Elementary School in Seeley Lake. Event Organizer Chris Stout estimated that more than 2,000 adult tickets were sold. Children under age 12 were admitted for free.

SEELEY LAKE – Twenty-two bands filled Seeley Lake with music for three days July 14-16 during the Bob Marshall Wilderness Music Festival. Coupling the afternoon and evening music with morning yoga, group activities and races captured the attention of a wide range of people all looking for some fun.

While the official numbers are not in, Event Organizer Chris Stout estimated, based on the revenue, that there were 2000 tickets sold. He said there were many more people that participated since 12 and under were free and those that enjoyed the free stages were not counted.

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