Thank you everyone who joined us at our 22nd annual Ales for Trails Sept. 9, 2022. 

Be ready for another great party Friday, Sept. 8, 2023 at ZooMontana!

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Join us at the best party in billings!

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Since it began in the year 2001, ticket sales and sponsorships have raised more than $1 million for the Billings trail system, which has enabled Billings TrailNet to contribute more than $750,000 for trail projects and amenities.

Each year, our 2,000 guests enjoy: More than 40 different local and regional microbrews A selection of fine wine non-alcoholic beverages live entertainment, Silent Disco, Giant Beer Pong, amazing raffle prizes …and a festive atmosphere– all while raising money for the Billings multiuse trail system.

Delicious food is provided for additional cost by great food trucks on site at Ales for Trails!

Ales for Trails Guests and Sponsors
Event Guidelines
While Covid 19 continues its persistence as a health threat, Billings TrailNet asks all attendees to respect health guidelines so we can have our event this September.
Billings TrailNet and Ales for Trails will follow the current local COVID guidelines for a safe celebration. Masks will be provided at the gate for those who wish to utilize them.
  • Our volunteer servers will be wearing masks and gloves
  • Hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the venue for your use.
  • Masks are not required, but welcome; and we will have them on site for anyone who wishes to wear one
  • We encourage you to be vaccinated against Covid-19
  • Please do not attend if you are feeling ill

 Let’s make this a safe event!

In the event we must cancel the event due to the Covid pandemic, Ales for Trails is a fundraiser for trails. We will have a mini event for all ticket holders and sponsors when health restrictions are lifted.
Billings TrailNet is not responsible for any lost tickets due to errors related to email, including incorrectly supplied addresses, dysfunctional email providers or clients, or problematic internet access. Advanced ticket sales will close at 4pm on the Thursday before the event. 
Advance tickets will NOT be sent to your mailing address.  Bring your email voucher to the front gate on the day of the event and check in at the Will Call table. 
You can gain entry by presenting your printed ticket (or paper ticket at Will Call) and a valid ID (Driver’s License or Other Government Issued form of I.D. that verifies legal drinking age of 21) except in the case of a designated driver/non-drinker ticket.
All ticket sales are final.
No Refunds and No Exchanges.
In the event it does rain, event staff will provide ample tents to continue the event.
Ales for Trails staff reserves the right to check all bags. No outside glassware allowed. All alcoholic drinks must be sampled from tasting cup provided. Management reserves the right in our discretion, to remove any individuals for intoxication, fighting and / or rudeness, without a refund.
All ticket purchasers understand that their voice, name and image may be recorded by various mechanical and/or electrical means. All ticket holders release any claim they might have in law or equity in connection with the utilization of such material by Billings TrailNet and authorize Billings TrailNet or its assignees the absolute right to use said materials in connection with advertising, publicity, exhibitions, or, without limitation, any other purpose.
Beware of “driving while intoxicated laws” and plan accordingly. Please drink responsibly.
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Ales for Trails turns 21 this year!

Billings TrailNet celebrates Ales for Trails’ 21st birthday on September 9, 2022.  The original Ales for Trails event began under Skypoint in downtown Billings in 2001, entertaining a few hundred...

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