Summer Events You Won’t Want To Miss In Bozeman
Posted On: Jun 04 2017
Summer is here and we here in Bozeman know how to celebrate! Bozeman and surrounding towns offer so many events in the summer that it is hard to keep them straight, here are a few of our favorites:
Rodeo: A quick skip and jump over the pass to Livingston is worth the scenic drive to witness the Livingston Roundup Rodeo, held annually in July. A parade leads the celebration followed by three days of rodeo, family activities, and community events.More information on wrangling your tickets here.
Art Walk/Music on Main: Two staples in the downtown Bozeman scene, the monthly art walk(dates and info here) and weekly Music on Main(dates and info here) are great excuses to get out of the house and take an evening stroll down Bozeman's iconic Main Street. Dance and sing into the night every Thursday with local bands headlining in the streets of Bozeman, or take the more cultured approach and sip wine while appreciating our hip art scene and local galleries.
Discovery Walks: The Gallatin Valley Land Trust has a nature walk for every occasion this summer; ready to get your little hiker started on the trail? There's a hike for that. Looking for wildflowers and edibles in the woods? GVLT has you covered. With topics ranging from Natural remedies with herbs and roots to our own Bozeman Sculpture park, this group has a lot of information to dole out in some of the valley's most beautiful settings. Learn more about the Gallatin Valley Land Trust Nature Walks here.
Farmer's Markets: Bozeman has two great opportunities weekly for you to get your local veggies and a dose of the Bozeman flavor through handmade crafts, food trucks, and local musicians. These are wonderful family events, so don't forget the kids! To learn more about the Bogert Market on Tuesday evenings and the Bozeman Farmer's Market on Saturday, click here.
Garden and Home Tour: This year marks the 20th anniversary of Bozeman's classic Home and Garden Tour. See historic homes in up close detail in these self-guided tours. Learn more about the Garden and Home Tour here.
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