Whitefish Songwriter Festival
The Whitefish Songwriter Festival is a production of the Rocky Mountain Songwriter Festivals Inc. (RMSF) The RMSF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation dedicated to promoting music education in local communities and universities. The RMSF’s original festival is the Red Lodge Songwriter Festival now in its fifth year. Since its inception the Red Lodge Songwriter Festival has gifted more than $40,000 to the Red Lodge Public Schools music department, Operation Second Chance, and Montana State University-Billings. As we are doing in Red Lodge, much of the proceeds from this festival will go to promote music education in Whitefish and Flathead Valley.
The purpose of Rocky Mountain Songwriter Festivals, Inc. is to provide opportunities for people to learn, grow, and heal thru music and songwriting. These populations include individuals pursuing a career in music through educational scholarships, supporting local school music programs with grants, and assisting the recovery of wounded service members during their recovery. Our programs include songwriter festivals, songwriting classes, music concerts, and music classes.
It is our vision to create a world-class songwriter festival that embodies three key elements: entertainment, education, and exposure. We will attract the very best in songwriters and fans from around the country who want to surround themselves with the creativity of songwriting and the mountain beauty and hospitality of Montana. Fulfilling this vision will allow us to promote tourism in our state and generate the monetary means to fulfill our mission.
Integrity, keeping to our word and fulfilling our commitment to our mission are the values we do business by. Creating value for our stakeholders, fans, sponsors, contributors, and songwriters are imperative to the long-term success of the festival and organization.
The Rocky Mountain Songwriter Festivals, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.