Deadwood Mountain Grand, known for its large concert stadium and live entertainment, is open for business!  Originally built in 1935 as the Homestake Slime Plant, the enormous building’s purpose was for gold to be extracted from a by-product of crushed ore suspended in water, also known as slime.  Beginning in 2003, plans were made to massively renovate the plant into what we now know as the Deadwood Mountain Grand.   Hosting national performing artists like Loretta Lynn, Kansas, Godsmack, Willie Nelson, Lewis Black, and dozens more, it is a premier Midwest concert venue.  Read on to learn about the Mountain Grand’s live concert lineup through the spring and summer.

Forks, Corks, and Kegs – April 9-10, 2021

Over 30 venues share in this annual epicurean event. You will sample beer, wine, and culinary delights prepared by brewers, wineries, and chefs from all around the Black Hills.  Your ticket includes access to all food and wine tastings, including: Wine Around, Appetizer Crawl, Deadwood Dine Around, and the Grand Tasting.  You will also receive and event guide, shuttle rides on the trolley, and commemorative glassware.  Click here and here to get your tickets!

Larry the Cable Guy – May 14, 2021

“Get ‘er done!”  Everybody knows who owns that tagline – it’s Larry the Cable Guy!  Larry has an impressive 30 years of standup under his belt, including touring with Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, and Ron White in their famous “Blue Comedy Tour.”  He has produced a total of seven comedy albums, one of which he received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Comedy Album.  For tickets, click here.

6th Annual Deadwood Red Dirt Music Festival – May 15, 2021

Outlaw Country grew from the red dirt of Oklahoma and Texas. Artists such as Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson pioneered their unique country sounds and were the predecessors of what is now called Red Dirt Music.  A perfect blend of country and rock, Red Dirt musicians are self-promoters, out-of-the-box composers, and excel at their craft.  Their electric, heart-felt performances never fail to keep their faithful crowds humming.  Performing at this year’s event are Wyoming singer/songwriters Randy Burghardt and Ian Munsick, with headliner Casey Donahew Band.  To get your tickets, click here.

Under the Streetlamp – June 20, 2021

Singing the soundtrack of your lives, Under the Streetlamp is a hand-picked group put together by the lead singers of the Tony-winning production “Jersey Boys.” Singer and choreographer Shonn Wiley is instrumental in starting Under the Streetlamp; Eric Gutman, David Larsen, Brandon Wardell, and their band The Windy City Madmen make up the rest of the cast. They give you the whole shebang – slick suits, on-point dance moves, phenomenal harmonies, and the music you love.  Click here to get your tickets.

Home Free – July 16-17, 2021

This a capella group rose to fame when they won NBC’s fourth season of “The Sing-Off.” All their singers have formal musical training, and it shows in their stellar performances.  They are set up as a standard barbershop quartet (lead, tenor, baritone, and bass), and they also have a beatboxer who provides percussion sounds.  With their distinctly country sound and entertaining performances, they have been delighting audiences since 2000.  For tickets to Home Free, click here and here.

Happy Together – August 29, 2021

What concert would make you happy? How about The Turtles, Three Dog Night, The Association, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Vogues, and The Cowsills all in one show!  Together, they put on a rockin’ blast from the past, singing hit after hit from the swingin’ 60s and 70s.  Happy Together will make you, well, happy!  Click to get your tickets here!

The only thing that will make your concert experiences better will be if you stay with us here at the Gold Country Inn!  We have great rates, awesome food at our cafe, gambling, and drinks.  Check us out here to get your reservations!