Billings, MT – June 1, 2017: The Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA) is pleased to announce the Alive After 5 event schedule. This summer concert series will open with Pinky and the Floyd on Thursday, June 1st from 5:00pm–8:00pm at the Pub Station, 2502 1st Ave. N.

From June 1st to August 31st, the series will take place on Thursday from 5-8pm, each at a different downtown venue. With live music by local, regional, and national artists, admission for Alive After 5 remains free to the public. For adults of age who’d like to enjoy drinking alcohol at this outdoor event, there is a $2 cover charge for an alcohol wristband. These proceeds go to support the DBA, a non-profit organization that hosts community events and local outreach.

Additionally, on August 24th, the Downtown Billings Alliance will host Family Fun Night on 2nd Ave. N. near Skypoint. This family focused event presents activities for children and a food truck rally. Family Fun Night will also include local craft beer and spirits.

Alive After 5 Line-up

June 1st Pub Station Pinky and the Floyd
June 8th Last Chance Cider Mill/Griffin Holdings Dirty Power
June 15th Commons 1882 Exit 53
June 22nd Pita Pit The Last Revel
June 29th Cafe Italia Bucky Beaver Ground Grippers
July 13th Montana Brewing Co. The Wench
July 27th Walker’s South Park Line
August 3rd Don Luis John Roberts y Pan Blanco
August 10th Wild Ginger DJ Breece & DJ Benefit
August 17th Pug Mahon’s Bitter Road
August 24th Family Fun Night Steve Fulton Music
August 31st Northern Hotel Midlife Chryslers

Details and band information can be found at

About the Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA):
The Downtown Billings Alliance (DBA) is an organization of 3 non-profit entities: the Downtown Billings Association (DBA), the Downtown Billings Partnership (DBP), and the Business Improvement District (BID). The Association is a membership organization of downtown businesses, as well as, the host of public events such as Alive After 5 and Strawberry Festival. The Partnership focus is downtown development. The BID focus is “clean and safe,” in downtown; the street team removes graffiti, cleans sidewalks, and maintains hanging flower baskets. The BID collaborates with the Billings Police Department for officers assigned specifically to the downtown district. The collective body of work produced by the Downtown Billings Alliance is extensive across private, public, and quasi-governmental sectors. The heart of the DBA mission is downtown revitalization and the hope of the DBA is for the people of this community to love their city.

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