BUTTE, MT - I see it all the time: people asking me, others, Facebook, or even themselves what they want to do this weekend.

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Living here in Butte, people think that their only options are to go to a restaurant, a bar, or a casino. I've made it my personal mission to dissuade those who feel this way and to inform the greater region beyond Butte that we in fact do have a ton of cool stuff going on every weekend.

Don't believe me? Here are 5 of the best events you don't want to miss this weekend (June 21st - 23rd, 2024) in Butte.

Cutler Bros. Present: Moon Over Buffalo

When: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 21st-23rd, 2024, at 6:30pm

Where: The Covellite Theatre (215 West Broadway Street Butte, MT 59701)

Price: $20 advance, $30 day-of

What: "A Ken Ludwig-comedy romp! Washed up actors George and Charlotte Hay try to compete with the new-age actors, but on the heals of a fight the nightly production may not even go up. Heck, George doesn't even know what play they're doing and he's drunk as a skunk! PG-13, a hilarious comedy." Find all information here.

Wulfman's CDT-14K Trail Race

When: Saturday, June 22nd, 2024, at 8am

Where: Homestake Exit #233 off of I-90 Butte, MT US 59701

Price: Unclear, but probably free

What: "The 14 Butte-iful kilometers along the CDT between Montana’s Homestake and Pipestone passes in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest are completed, and that section offers scenic vistas with majestic rock formations.  This race along that route celebrates the trail and the memory of one of its greatest local proponents — the late John “the Wulfman” Wulf, who was the God Father of Butte’s Piss & Moan Runners. The race is run on Summer Solstice Saturday, the anniversary of the Wulfman’s last group run." Find all information here.

Tommy O's High Ore Road Band

When: Saturday, June 22nd, 2024, at 7pm

Where: The Silver Bow Event Center (122040 Nissler Road Rocker, MT 59701)

Price: $10

What: "High Ore Road will kick off the summer outdoor concert series at The Silver Bow Event Center in Rocker. Exit 122 off the highway. Come out for the family friendly show." Find all information here.

Overnight Dumas Brothel Stay

When: Saturday, June 22nd, 2024, at 7pm

Where: Dumas Brothel (45 E Mercury St, Butte, MT 59701)

Price: $40

What: "Come explore one of Montana's most haunted locations, the Dumas Brothel! Built in 1890 and closed in 1982, this was the longest running brothel, not only in Montana, but in the whole United States. Explore the different rooms and artifacts throughout the building. Venture down into a time capsule while visiting the infamous "cribs" in the basement and try to come in contact with the many spirits of the ladies that used to reside here.

To participate in this event you must be 15 years of age or older. Anyone between the age of 15-17 must be accompanied by an adult. To purchase tickets to this event you must be 18 years of age or older." Find all information here.

Uptown Live at 5 with Shawn Hess

When: Sunday, June 23rd, 2024, at 5pm

Where: Carpenters Union (156 W Granite St. Butte, MT 59701)

Price: Free, donations encouraged

What: "Monthly Live music series with KBMF and Dear Butte! All Ages, BYOB, BOYSnacks, comfy chair, Cash money for Donations! All Donations go towards the ongoing Dear Butte community events." Find all information here.

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