Savor Big Sky | Food, Wine + Spirits Festival

Join us this summer

Calling all food, wine, spirits, outdoor, brunch, and party enthusiasts: we are thrilled to welcome back Savor Big Sky, the second annual food, wine, and spirits festival happening with the stunning alpine backdrop of Lone Mountain. Tickets are available now—we can't wait to see you this soon!

Savor Big Sky is a celebration of food, wine + spirits set against the stunning backdrop of Big Sky, Montana. Join us for an experience where you'll expand your palate through the long weekend and beyond, shaped by world-renowned chefs, wineries, breweries, and spirits purveyors paired with the best local ingredients. Big Sky's grand setting will not be lost on you as you hike to brunch, sip a glass of wine with live music, or stargaze with spirits in hand.

Thursday, June 27

  • EVENING

    Better Off Red Farm-to-Table Dinner

    6 - 9 p.m. | Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge

    Start your weekend at Better Off Red, a 5-course farm-to-table dinner at Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge. Celebrate locally sourced ingredients in a curated menu by Bozeman-based Chef Daniel Cox and a selection of rich, complex red wines from DAOU Vineyards.

    Limited Tickets — $279

    Music In the Mountains

    6 - 9 p.m. | Lenn Hill Park in Town Center

    Enjoy live music in Town Center

    Free to the public

Friday, June 28

  • MORNING

    Andesite(s) + Sips

    10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. | Everett's 8800

    Savor the unparalleled beauty of Big Sky from 8,800' atop Andesite Mountain. Enjoy a two-mile hike or a ride up Ramcharger 8 chairlift and replenish with a 3-course, wine-paired lunch featuring selections from Premium Estates of Austria at Everett's 8800. The Everett’s culinary team will guide you through this tasting lunch.

    Sold out

  • AFTERNOON

    Reds + Ribs Lunch

    12 - 2 p.m. | Lone Mountain Ranch

    Saddle up for the Reds & Ribs Wine Lunch that brings together the rustic charm of the frontier with the sophistication of fine wines. Indulge in this culinary journey thoughtfully crafted by the culinary experts of Lone Mountain Ranch and perfectly paired with the tantalizing reds from the K Vintners & House of Smith portfolio.

    Limited tickets — $120

    Rosé All Day Seminar

    1 - 2:30 p.m. | Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge

    Dive into the different styles and flavors of rosé at this seminar, led by Kellie Martin, Chief Sommelier of SommSchool. Enjoy light bites from the culinary team at Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge while exploring different production methods and grape varietals that make up this warm-weather favorite sip.

    Limited tickets — $89

  • EVENING

    Savor Big Sky Welcome Party

    6 - 9 p.m. | Vista Hall

    Join us for live music, food tastings celebrating regional chefs, local distilleries and breweries, and highlighting wine from around the world. Live music from Marcedes Carroll.

    Limited tickets — $109

Saturday, June 29

  • MORNING

    Brunch Bites + Big Sights

    10 a.m. - 12 p.m. | Everett's 8800

    Bubbly, brunch, and a beautiful view. Ride the Ramcharger 8 chairlift to Everett's 8800 deck and sip and savor a delicious brunch tasting menu with selections from Chef Pierson Shields from St. Regis Deer Valley. Maisons Marques & Domaines will lead you through this pairing brunch while you take in views of Lone Mountain.

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    Trailhead Tastings

    11 a.m. - 2 p.m. | Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge

    Lace up your boots and enjoy a guided hike exploring the terrain and vast beauty Big Sky has to offer, followed by a 3-course, wine-paired lunch featuring high altitude wines led by Chef Emily Hahn of Mountain Provisions.

    Limited tickets — $139

  • AFTERNOON

    First Sip - Savor Big Sky Grand Tasting

    2 - 2:30 p.m. | Mountain Village Plaza

    Get a sneak peek of what’s to come and meet with the wineries, distillers, and chefs behind Savor Big Sky with Grand Tasting Early Access. Includes General Admission Grand Tasting access from 2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.

    Limited tickets — $159

    Savor Big Sky Grand Tasting

    2:30 - 5:30 p.m. | Mountain Village Plaza

    At the heart of Savor Big Sky is the Grand Tasting: a celebration of local, regional, and international farm-to-table fare. Experience a curated selection of domestic and international wine, plus locally crafted beer and spirits. Delectable small bites add to the lively atmosphere of this mountain getaway. Live music from the Damn Duo and Briscoe.

    Limited tickets — $139

Sunday, June 30

  • MORNING

    Bubbles + Brunch

    11 a.m. - 1 p.m. | Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge

    A Savor Big Sky send-off. Cap off your weekend with delectable dishes from the culinary team at Peaks Chophouse & Wine Lounge and sparkling sips from Maisons Marques & Domaines.

    Limited tickets — $109


Save on Lodging for Savor Big Sky

Experience the food + wine event of the summer and stay in the heart of Big Sky and with 20% off. Valid for stay dates June 27 - 30.

Getting to Big Sky

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Located a scenic hour-long drive through the Gallatin National Forest south of Bozeman, Big Sky has never been easier to access. With over 30 nonstop flights, Big Sky is the best-served mountain destination in the country. Extend your trip and explore all that the area has to offer, including Yellowstone National Park.

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Talent, Wineries, & Vendors

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Grand Tasting Vendors & Restaurants

Event FAQ

  • This is an adult-only, over-21 festival; IDs will be required to verify age and all adults will be clearly marked as attendees and participants.

  • The weather in the mountains can change quickly. For our outdoor events, we recommend bringing an extra layer. Guests attending hiking events must wear appropriate, fully enclosed shoes.

  • Public parking lots and valet will be open during Savor Big Sky. Check your event for specific details for parking and check-in.

  • There are no refunds for this event. Just like a concert or sporting event, you may transfer your tickets to someone else, but we do not offer refunds. If you need assistance transferring your tickets please email Info@tppevents.com.

  • We will do our best to run the event as planned. The event will most likely be held, rain or shine, just like a sporting event or concert. The mountain outdoors can be unpredictable so dress accordingly.

  • Without exception, no children or pets are allowed to attend any festival events. This is an adult-only, over-21 festival. There are lots of family friendly activities at Big Sky outside of Savor including hiking, swimming, zip lines and more!

  • We would be happy to answer additional questions! Contact us at info@tppevents.com or call (303) 777-6887.

Partners & Sponsors

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Audi Bozeman is proud to belong to the Ressler Motors Automotive Community, a locally owned and operated automotive group in Bozeman, Montana. Audi Bozeman has been in business for over 24 years, offering new and used Audi sales and certified service, collision & auto glass repair, and automotive detailing. They are a one-stop shop for all your automotive needs, but still provide the type of customer service you expect to find in a small, family-owned dealership.

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Official Beverage Partner

Coca-Cola is the official beverage partner of Boyne Resorts and offers a complete line-up to ensure you are refreshed and replenished while hard at work on the slopes. Have fun skiing, riding, playing and enjoying the many Coca-Cola products offered across Boyne Resorts.

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Visit Big Sky inspires and educates visitors to enjoy an authentic Big Sky experience in balance with the community. Its vision is to be the definitive authority recognized by our visitors, residents, and the outside world on all facets of our tourism economy so that we are equipped with various tools and connections to react to our destination's ever-changing economic, social, and natural conditions. 

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