New and Improved Music Venue Set to Re-launch in the Bitterroot
Who is your favorite character on the show "Cheers?" For me, it was always Norm. he is the regular who practically lives at the bar. This is something I can relate to when it comes to visiting the Rustic Hut in Florence, MT. For years now, I always seem to find myself stopping at "The Hut" for an adult beverage. There always seems to be someone who, as the song lyrics for Cheers say, "knows your name." There is always something happening too. Whether it be Trivia on Tuesdays Karaoke on Wednesdays or even Live music on the weekends.
Just recently the Rustic Hut in Florence has gotten a major upgrade. What used to e just a honky tonk style venue, will soon become a full-blown music venue.
According to a press release from BFK Productions
BFK Presents and Logan Foret are excited to announce their partnership with The Rustic Hut Bar in Florence, Montana. Together, they have refurbished the stage, sound, and lighting system, transforming the venue into a state-of-the-art production space.The Rustic Hut Bar has long been a beloved destination for live music enthusiasts in Florence, Montana. With this partnership, BFK Presents and Logan Foret aim to elevate the venue's entertainment offerings and provide an unforgettable experience for music lovers.
I recently sat down with Logan Foret to discuss more about the venue and his vision. For someone who has always had multiple projects going on simultaneously (Giggle Box, Disco Bloodbath, Pride Week, etc.) Logan has made the Hut his priority and is focusing all of his energy on creating a venue that will be an oasis for people looking for live music and entertainment in the Bitterroot Valley.
To celebrate the re-launch of The Rustic Hut Bar, a weekend of exceptional performances has been planned for September 29th and 30th. On September 29th, attendees can enjoy the captivating sounds of Kyle Hunter and The Mountain Standard. The following day, on September 30th, the energetic Cash for Junkers Band will take the stage. Both shows are free entry with performances starting at 8 pm.