Symphony Under the Stars rocks out with music from the ‘Totally Awesome ‘80s’ and fireworks!


The 17th Symphony Under the Stars is back with a rock ’n’ roll roar 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 17.

Dance and sway to the beat of The Police, Queen, The Eurythmics, Sting, David Bowie, The B-52s, U2, Pat Benatar, Peter Gabriel and more.

The 2021 Symphony Under the Stars poster.


Rebranded as the Intrepid Credit Union Symphony Under the Stars, this free community concert will likely draw a huge crowd, said music director Allan R. Scott.

The concert typically draws thousands, but was canceled last year due to the pandemic.

“I think people are excited to be back,” Scott said. “We’ve never had the reserve seats sell that fast.”

The concert is one of the big official event openings in Montana since the pandemic, said Scott.

Expect to hear some of your favorite hits from the “Totally Awesome ‘80s,” and get into the groove — miniskirts, BIG hair, huge ear rings, fluorescently bodacious pants and high tops, welcome.

The Symphony Under the Stars concert typically draws thousands, but

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