FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 26, 2021
Big Sky Speedway Presents First-Ever
Mile 16 Music Fest
Featuring Repeat Offenders &
ASCS Frontier Regional Sprint Car Championship
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BILLINGS, Mont. – Big Sky Speedway, in collaboration with Stagg Motor Sports, presents the first annual Mile 16 Music Fest featuring Billings-based rock band, Repeat Offenders. The outdoor concert takes place in conjunction with the American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Frontier Regional Sprint Car Championship Night in Billings on September 11. A spectacular display of fireworks will cap off the night.
2 p.m. Gates open
5:30 and 9 p.m. Repeat Offenders perform
7 p.m. Championship race begins
“We are making the Big Sky Speedway a multifunctional event center where people can come out and appreciate more than just a race,” said Josh Stagg, owner of Stagg Motor Sports. “It’s a safe, outdoor venue where people can physically distance and still have a great time.”
Sprint car racers from Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming will be vying for the title. The champion driver will win $3,500 – and $15,000 will be paid out to the top 15 drivers. Big Sky Speedway will also provide trophies. Several national tour drivers will participate, including Seth Bergman, Garet Williamson, and Garen Linder.
Tickets are available at www.bigskyspeedway.com.
About Big Sky Speedway
Big Sky Speedway, located outside of Billings at Highway 87 N, Mile Marker 16, provides a family-friendly environment for an entire generation of race fans. Owned by Jerry Brey, the venue hosts the following classes of cars: ASCS 360 Winged Sprints, Wissota Late Models, IMCA A-Mods, Wissota Midwest Mods, Wissota Super Stocks, and Wissota Street Stocks. Big Sky Speedway also hosts special events, such as monster trucks. Learn more at www.bigskyspeedway.com.
About Stagg Motor Sports
Founded by Josh Stagg in 2014, Stagg Motorsports organizes sprint car races in Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming for the American Sprint Car Series Frontier Region. At 20 races per season and more than 2,000 attendees per race – Stagg Motor Sports reaches close to 50,000 fans per season.
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