A Brief History of Rockin' the Rivers
“Rockin’ the Rivers is the brainchild of a few old rock ‘n’ rollers who wanted to share their love of classic rock with friends and family. Since 1999, their vision has evolved into a three-day rock festival that brings the music of rock legends like CCR, Journey, Foreigner, Steppenwolf, and Alice Cooper to Montana each year. Located near Three Forks, Montana in the Jefferson River Canyon, the venue consists of a sprawling 140 acres that form a natural amphitheater with sound quality second to none. The arena has affectionately been dubbed “The Bridge” by Rockin’ the Rivers devotees in tribute to the historic Sappington bridge whose final resting place is just outside the concert area. Each year a crowd of more than 6,000 people of all ages come to “The Bridge” to enjoy this unique experience under Montana’s big sky. For over 10 years, Rockin’ the Rivers has combined phenomenal music, great company, and unparalleled natural beauty to throw one of the most entertaining and largest music festivals in the Northwest.”
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