Monday, December 31, 2018

2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

Old St. Francis School

Live music 9 pm - 12:30 am

$10 for both shows

21 and over

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About 2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

2019 New Year's Eve Celebration

Make it a night to remember by booking one of our exclusive overnight packages and partying to live music. Click here to make your reservation!


$10 at the door for both shows

Father Luke's Room
Company Grand • Exhilarating R&B • 9 pm - 12:30 am 

Kitchen Dwellers • New grass • 9 pm - 12:30 am 


• Lodging for two in a cozy guestroom, including surprise amenities
• $140 per couple to be spent at your discretion on dinner and drinks in our Pub
• Admission to the New Year's Eve Bash, featuring live music in the Theater and in Father Luke's Room 
• A sparkling wine toast at midnight
• $30 credit for breakfast on New Year's Day in our Pub

$415 to $455 per couple

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About The Kitchen Dwellers

The Kitchen Dwellers

It was in Bozeman, Montana that our Kitchen Dwellers first discovered a constant source of musical inspiration near the kitchen, with bluegrass music, and each other. From those free form kitchen picking sessions, their very own chief recipe of a bluegrass style was created. Over the course of their 4 year career the Dwellers have been honored to open for some of their very own musical heroes: Railroad Earth, Greensky Bluegrass, Head for the Hills, Horseshoes and Handgrenades, just to name a few. And as ambitious as it was daring, the band set to dedicating a greater portion of 2013 and 2014 to hitting the road. They were honored to be welcomed at the very own Delfest in Cumberland, Maryland, took second place at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival's band competition and was selected as a finalist at the North West String Summit band competition at Hornings Hideout in North Plains, Oregon all in the summer of 2014.

All this work and travel over the course of the last four years has developed a diverse fan base (some may even be so bold as to coin themselves "dishwashers.") These enthusiastic fans, friends and now family have followed the Dwellers' as they have set off across the country performing at all sorts of venues and theatres, such as: The Mishawaka and Oriental theatres in Colorado, The Tonic Room in Chicago, The Cabooze in Minneapolis, The Emerson Ballroom of Bozeman Mt, and The Top Hat in Missoula. Not mentioning all the amazing bars and other various venues not mentioned that made these tours possible.

The Kitchen Dwellers currently reside in Bozeman, Mt and consist of: Torrin Daniels on Banjo and Vocals. Max Davies on acoustic guitar. Jesse Butler on Fiddle. Joe Funk on Bass and Vocals and Shawn Swain on Mandolin. Altogether, the Kitchen Dwellers bring their acoustical picking and songwriting to the stage with electrically manipulated textures guaranteed to impress.