Billings Clinic Classic
Since 1983, the Classic has been the premier fundraising event for Billings Clinic, raising millions of dollars over the years in support of advancing health care excellence. From the beginning, the Classic has capped off a week of fun-filled and good-natured sport rivalry with a spectacular evening of fabulous entertainment, food and friends.
For the last 21 years, Billings Clinic and an army of volunteers have lit up Broadway Avenue in the heart of downtown Billings with thousands of lights in over 30 tents as over 1,350 guests are entertained by stars of country and pop.
(total run time - 5:09)
2019 Classic Featuring Alter Ego
Alter Ego (al·ter e·go) is defined as “a second self” “A different version” “The opposite side of a personality!”
Watching an Alter Ego show is all that and more. They create an artist’s interpretation of the greatest Rock and Roll Bands in the history of music!
What makes up the phenomenon that is Alter Ego Montreal?
- 5 beautiful and talented female singers and dancers
- 2 equally talented male … great vocalists in their own right
- Add 3 of the best musicians Canada has to offer
- Gorgeous costuming with more than 60 costume changes
- Non-stop choreography
- Every song … taken off the Billboard #1 chart toppers
and you have Alter Ego! A show that must be seen to be believed!
“Amazing!” “Unbelievable!” “Couldn’t stop watching!” “Danced for 2 hours straight!” “Rocked all night long!” These are the comments that follow each and every Alter Ego show!!
2019 Billings Clinic Classic Information
2019 Classic Tickets
To purchase tickets for the 2019 Classic, please contact Billings Clinic Foundation at 406-657-4670.
View the 2019 Billings Clinic Classic program here
Check out the schedule of events for this year's Billings Clinic Classic!
Dates for the 2019 Classic
- Friday, August 16: Women's Golf Tournament at Laurel Golf Club, 8:30 am Shot Gun Start - Scramble format
- Thursday, August 22: Open Golf Tournament at the Powder Horn Golf Club in Sheridan, WY, 10:00 am Shot Gun Start - Shamble format
- Friday, August 23:
- Open Golf Tournament at Laurel Golf Club
8:30 am Shot Gun Start - Shamble Format
- Open Golf Tournament at Briarwood Country Club
8:30 am Shot Gun Start - Scramble format
- Saturday, August 24: Classic Street Party on Broadway, Festivities begin at 6:00 pm
* golf tournament formats, location, and start times still tentative
2019 Classic Cause
Building a Sustainable Fund for the Psychiatric Residency
Mental illness is the #1 cause of medical disability in the United States. Montana, Wyoming, and Alaska rank the highest in the United States in suicide completion rates, with numbers more than double the national average. Coincidentally, these three states are the only states in the U.S. without a psychiatry residency program. Mental illness affects individuals and families regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, race, or economic circumstance. Studies show that at least half of the population will face a mental health issue during their lifetime. This ranges from adjustment disorders and social anxiety to suicidal actions.
Last year, Billings Clinic physicians treated 19,929 patients through outpatient mental health care visits and 3,101 inpatient admissions. Through innovative programs like tele-psychiatry and the Helmsley Psychiatric Stabilization Unit, our providers have served patients from 55 of 56 Montana Counties and 11 of 23 counties in Wyoming. Despite our ongoing efforts, mental health care is still available to only a fraction of the people in our vast region.
We need to increase the number of psychiatrists in Montana to create additional access for patients. Billings Clinic has partnered with the University of Washington to develop Montana’s first Psychiatric Residency Program that will recruit, train, and retain a new generation of psychiatrists to expand across our region. The Psychiatry Residency inaugural class will begin their training in July of 2019.
Your support to train future psychiatrists will ensure patients in our region can access the mental health care they need close to home. The proceeds from this year’s Billings Clinic Classic will provide an endowment fund to sustain Montana’s first Psychiatric Residency Program.
2019 Classic Volunteer Opportunities
Please call Billings Clinic Volunteer Services at 406-657-4200 for information about volunteering for the Classic.