Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready will ‘reunite’ his Peak to Sky festival, also featuring his supergroup with friends, in 2021, as the 2020 festival has been canceled.
Peak to the Sky wrote on their website, “Curated by Mike McCready from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted band Pearl Jam, Peak to Sky features two days of world-class rock under the backdrop of 11,166-foot Lone Mountain in Big Sky, Montana.
Due to the unforeseen and unique circumstances COVID-19 has created for artists and community within a festival setting, Peak to Sky 2020 which was scheduled for August 7 and 8 has been cancelled.
Connection is the core of Peak to Sky’s mission. Our team has shifted focus and is eagerly planning next year’s event. We look forward to reuniting with everyone in 2021.”
The 2019 festival featured big names including members of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Guns N’ Roses, “Curated by Mike McCready from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Pearl Jam, the inaugural Peak to Sky concert will be a day of world-class rock under the backdrop of 11,166-foot Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana on July 5th and 6th, 2019.
Featuring music from:
Brandi Carlile, Mike McCready from Pearl Jam, Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Duff McKagan from Guns N’ Roses, and Taylor Hawkins from Foo Fighters
Infinite Color & Sound will also perform, as a visual art and music duo, with works ranging from collage, sculpture, painting, drawing, music and performance, and is comprised of artist and musician Mike McCready (of Pearl Jam) and New York/Seattle painter Kate Neckel.
Thunderpussy will also perform alongside a hand selection of Montana artists including Paige And The People’s Band and Dammit Lauren and The Well.
Parents: The event will also feature a kids concert with caspar babypants on July 5th!”