There is s much to do from early June to late August in the Yellowstone, Bozeman, Big Sky, and Livingston areas. From the summer farmer’s markets to the Music in the Mountain Series to Fourth of July celebrations there is something for everyone.
Big Sky Pro Bull Riding
July 22nd - 24th, 2021. This annual event is one of Big Sky's biggest weeks! With 3 nights of thrilling Pro Bull Riding, live music after-parties, art auctions, golf tournament, fundraisers & the vendor village, there's something for everyone.
Location: PBR Arena, Big Sky Town Center, Big Sky, MT
Toll Free: (406) 995-2055
Bigfork 4th of July Pro Rodeo
JULY 5th - 7th, 2020 Saturday, Sunday & Monday! Attractions include Pro Rodeo, Kids Area, Live Music, Food Venors, and Free Parking.
Location: Bigfork rodeo Grounds, 2840 MT Hwy 82, Bigfork, MT, 59911
Bogert Farmer`s Market
JUNE - A place to gather, socialize, support local businesses and vendors while engaging in community with the entire family.
Location: Bogert Park, South Church Avenue, Bozeman, MT
Bozeman Art Walks
Galleries and business downtown open up allowing access to the public to explore new works by various artists.
Location: Downtown Bozeman
Music in the Mountain Concert Series
Enjoy free outdoor concerts all summer long hosted by the Arts Council of Big Sky.
Location: Big Sky
Music on Main
Enjoy this free family-friendly event all summer long!
Location: Main Street, Downtown Bozeman
Sweet Pea Festival
AUGUST - A three-day festival of the arts held the first Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in August, the Sweet Pea Festival has been committed to its mission of "promoting and cultivating the arts." Done so through a variety of cultural and exciting events throughout the weekend.
Location: Bozeman, MT
Classical Music Festival
The Big Sky Classical Music Festival is a 3 day festival for all ages. This annual event showcases the best in classical music from around the globe during two free outdoor performances in Big Sky`s Town Center Park.
Location: Big Sky Resort