There is so much to do in the Bozeman, MT area. From the exciting Bozeman Marathon to the age-old tradition of MSU Homecoming. There’s something for everyone!
Big Sky Country State Fair
SUMMER - usually around July 20-23 The annual State Fair has so many fun things to do! Indulge in your favorite fair foods, watch incredible performers and attend the rodeo for a true Montana experience! Plus, so much more!
Location: Gallatin County Fairgrounds in Bozeman, MT
Sweet Pea Festival
Summer - usually around August 5-7
This 3 day festival kicks off Friday with a performance by Montana Shakespeare in the Parks. Saturday includes a children's run and parade. Music, performances by theatre and dance troupes, workshops and a flower show are all part of the entertainment. Don't miss the beer and wine garden and the arts and grafts vendors!
Location: Lindley Park, Bozeman
Bite of Bozeman
SUMMER - usually around August 4
Part of the Sweet Pea Festival, the Bite of Bozeman is a Festival within a Festival. It celebrates the local delicacies and culinary arts of Bozeman.
Location: 222 E Main St #302, Bozeman, MT
Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market
SUMMER - usually around June 18-September 10
Saturdays from 9am-12pm. Come enjoy all the fresh local goodies!
Location: Haynes Pavilion at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 901 North Black Avenue, Bozeman, MT
Summer SLAM Festival
SUMMER - usually around August 6-7
Summer SLAM Festival has something to offer for everyone including an artists' market, live music, a culinary delights food court, a libations garden, a silent auction and activities for families!
Location: Bogert Park
Bridger Raptor Festival
FALL - Typically Early October This annual area event centers around the largest known Golden Eagle migration in the US. Since 1991 a raptor migration count has taken place each fall at Bridger Bowl.
Location: Bridger Bowl Ski Area
Toll Free: (800) 223-9609
SPRING - usually around mid May
Join the 2022 graduates in their commencement ceremony!
Location: Brick Breeden Fieldhouse Arena
Usually around August 23 - 28
Mountain Time Arts (MTA) is pleased to present Yellowstone Revealed, a series of place-based projects by an inter-tribal group of Indigenous artists and scholars. The first three artworks will premiere in Yellowstone National Park in August 2022.
Location: Yellowstone National Park