WHY BUTTE?

There is so much that is incredible about Butte.  If you haven't been here, it's worth the ride.  Butte boasts Our Lady of the Rockies, the fourth largest statue in the United States.  Butte also holds a very haunted history.  In 1917, 168 miners died in the Granite/Spectacular Mine Disaster.  A monument memorializes over 2000 miners that perished in Butte mines.  Some other sites include Berkley Pit, World Museum of Mining, Mai Wah Museum, the Headframes and much more.  In the vicinity of Butte you can visit Virginia and Nevada city, and Bannack  Ghost Town, and Homestake Pass.  You can check out local sites here as well Local Siteseeing.  Butte also has some of the most incredible views, camping, and fishing in Montana. from Elk Park Pass to Wise River.

Butte also has a unique liquor law: The city of Butte, Montana, prohibits open containers only between 2am and 8am. Drinking openly in the street is allowed throughout the city.  Please don't drink and ride!!  Contact our event staff and we will get you where you need to go.

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100% of all proceeds generated via the beard and bike competition will go to first responders.  We have also added to our charity fundraising.  We will hold several events to not only raise awareness to the Montana fire season and the toll it takes on our firefighters and resources, but we will be collecting donations to aid these heroes in the coming fire season.

Event Location

Address

2100 Cornell Ave, Butte, MT 59701

Contact

Hours

July 19-21st 8am-Midnight

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