Fun Fall and Halloween Events 2021

Thursday Oct. 7th, 2021

We have gathered a list of fun fall and Halloween events for you to attend this year. We will update the list as more events are added to our calendar, add your own events for free:

Bozeman Maze

6am-9pm Wed & Fri 10am-9pm Sat 12-6pm Sun
1340 E Valley Center Rd, Bozeman MT  $10
Ages 4+, Free - ages 3 and under, some reservations required check site for details.

A Bozeman fall entertainment tradition with a 5000 Bale Maze!

Montana Corn Maze

10am-7pm Wed & Fri, Sat 4605 W Cameron Bridge Rd,  Manhattan, MT  $10
Ages 4+, Free - ages 3 and under, some reservations required check site for details.

Activities include a 5-acre maze full of fun, frustration, and triumph, 3 different levels of maze challenges, a Barrel train for kids, Trikes for adults and older kids, and a wagon ride to and from the maze.


Haunted Mountain Theater

7pm & 8:30pm Fri. Oct. 22, Sat. Oct 23, Fri. Oct. 29, Sat. Oct 30 
Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy, Bozeman  $16/adult, $12/child

Experience the Northern Rocky Mountains’ spookier history and folklore to life through an approximately 50-minute production that blends live-theater with the museum’s Taylor Planetarium’s state-of-the-art capabilities.

Screams Come True: Haunted House & Hay Maze

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 22 & 29, 6-10pm Sat. Oct 23 & 30, 3-10pm  Sun. Oct 31 $10

Prepare yourself for the event of the year! Screams Come True is back for its 2nd year, open October 23-24, and October 30-31.

Family Fun Halloween Fest

11am-7pm Sat. Oct. 23   Headwaters Ranch 9700 Clarkston Rd, Three Forks  $25 - $30

Family Fun Halloween Event including horse-drawn haunted wagon ride, inflatable bouncy house, kids face painting, pumpkin patch, and food trucks.

Escape Cabin

5-10pm Sat. Oct. 23  Lewis & Clark Caverns 25 Lewis and Clark Caverns Rd., Whitehall  $5

Can you unlock the mystery in time? 

5th Annual Haunted Peaks Halloween Festival

3-10pm Fri. Oct. 29-31  Big Sky Town Center, Big Sky FREE

A three day Halloween celebration in the Big Sky Town Center. This all ages event is filled with traditional holiday activities, films, music and great Fall fun.

Downtown Trick or Treating Cancelled

4-5pm Fri. Oct. 29  Main Street in Downtown Bozeman  FREE

Downtown Bozeman, Bozeman

Bozeman Trunk or Treat

4-6pm Fri. Oct. 29  3901 Wellness Way, Bozeman  FREE

The Billings Clinic Bozeman team is celebrating Halloween in a spooktacular way this year, Trunk-or-Treating, and everyone is invited! Masks required.

Ballroom Dance Bozeman's Ghouls' Night Out

7-10pm Fri. Oct. 29  Bozeman Senior Center 807 N. Tracy Ave, Bozeman  $15

Music provided by multiple-award-winning Joe’s DJ Service. Singles/couples welcome. Attire: Costume or dressy casual-remember clean dance shoes. Masks optional, air cleaners running, surfaces sanitized, hand sanitizer onsite.

Open Mic Night - Halloween Themed

7-9pm Fri. Oct. 29  Steep Mountain Tea House 402 E. Main St., Bozeman  FREE

Let's get in the spirit of Halloween! For this month's open mic night, co-hosted by the Bozeman Poetry Collective, we encourage participants to share their original work AND to share work by artists who have passed on. Costumes encouraged!

Run for Your Life Halloween 5k & Kid's Run/Walk

9:30am Sat. Oct. 30  MSU Football Stadium Parking Lot OR Virtual from Anywhere, Bozeman

Run for Your Life Halloween 5k & Kid’s Run/Walk: A fun run for a deep purpose to support the Help Center’s suicide prevention services. Grab your friends, family, and dogs for a Halloween-themed run/walk. In-person or virtual options to participate!

Old Saloon Halloween

2pm Sat. Oct. 30  The Old Saloon 210 Railroad Ln, Emigrant

Eat, Drink and Be Scary! Bring the whole family this Halloween weekend for an all-ages carnival in the Livery Stable with: Face Painting Pumpkin carving & decorating Games Costume Party Adults only at 7pm with live music at 9pm. Prizes for costumes.

Family Grossology Halloween Party

2-5pm Sat. Oct. 30  Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy, Bozeman
Included with membership/admission

Start your Halloween celebrations with MOR's grossest annual tradition! Come in costume to see disgusting science, make some icky crafts, and check out what your scabs look like on the big screen.

Anderson's Dreadful Drive In

6pm-12am Sat. Oct. 30  10040 Cottonwood Rd, Bozeman $40/car

Come support the Anderson 8th grade class at a spooky drive-in theater event! Tickets are available online or at the gate. 100% of proceeds go directly to the Anderson 8th graders for their annual trip to D.C.
6:00pm - The Addams Family (1991)
8:15pm - Jaws
10:30pm - A Quiet Place

Terrapin Flyer

7-11pm Sat. Oct. 30  ELM 506 7th Ave, Bozeman  $15 (Adv.) $18 (DOS) + applicable fees

Logjam Presents is pleased to welcome Terrapin Flyer for a live Deadhead Halloween.


7:30-9pm Sat. Oct. 30  & 2:30-4pm Sun. Oct. 31
Willson Auditorium 404 W. Main St., Bozeman  $27+

Celebrate a haunting Halloween weekend with the Bozeman Symphony’s performances of Symphonie Fantastique, a rare sonic event that may not be witnessed in Bozeman again for decades to come.

Spooky Science

11am-2pm Sun. Oct. 31  Montana Science Center 2744 W Main St, Bozeman 

Join us for a spooky good time on Halloween! Hands-on science experiments and related crafts will be out at the Science Station. Wear your costume for an extra sweet treat.

Spirits, Folklore and Legend: A Cemetery Walking Tour

4-5:30pm Sun. Oct. 31  Sunset Hills Cemetery, Bozeman 

Step back in time as you walk through this historic graveyard, learning about mysterious local legends, spooky folklore, and local history.

Gillette Manor Haunted House

4-8pm Sun. Oct. 31  11 E Main St, Bozeman FREE donations go to Haven

Come and enjoy the spookiest place in Bozeman - Gillette Manor! In the heart of downtown, Gillette Manor is full of grim grinning ghosts, spooky screaming skeletons, and harrowing Halloween haunters! We're just dying to see you! Come visit us . . . . if you dare!!

Past 2021 Events:

Ghosts of Bozeman's Past: Sunset Hills Cemetery Walking Tour

4-5pm Sun. Oct. 10   Sunset Hills Cemetery, Bozeman  $12 adults, $10 seniors, kids 12 years and younger free

Join us for a historic walking tour of Bozeman's Sunset Hills Cemetery.

The Dark Circus

8pm Sun. Oct. 15   Biome Slow Craft Collective, Bozeman  $20, $15 with costume

406Cirque and Biome partner to bring a one-night Performance and Party like no other in Bozeman. Carnival Games, Costume Contest, Drag, Circus, Side Shows and More!!! All the proceeds go to benefit 406Cirque scholarship fund.

Jr Carpenter Pumpkin Carving Contest

11am-1pm Sat. Oct. 16 All Kenyon Noble Locations FREE

Kenyon Noble is holding our 23rd annual Jr Carpenter Pumpkin Carving Contest! Come for some free festivities for ages 0-12 and compete to win some awesome prizes! All Kenyon Noble locations will have their own contest, see you soon!

Fall Festival

11am-4pm Sat. Oct. 16 Gallatin Valley Mall FREE

This free event will include a vendor market showcasing local makers and their unique offerings, plus numerous other activities for kids of all ages throughout the mall. Check out the bounce house, face painting, pumpkin decorating with Giggles, photo booth, free Halloween costume grab bags from Montana Parent Magazine, and lots more great giveaways. Plus yummy festival eats including fresh kettle korn and cotton candy!

BPS Cemetery Tours

4-7 & 9pm Sat. Oct. 16  Sunset Hills Cemetery, Bozeman $5

Come out and have a spooky evening ghost hunting the sunset hills cemetery. Learn how to be a ghost hunter for the evening. Learn how to use equipment and will have a history folder of things about the cemetery. We will have hot cider and cocoa.


7-11pm Sat. Oct. 16  Rockin' TJ Ranch 651 Lynx Lane, Bozeman  $65 per person

An OktoberFest full of beer, brats, and entertainment by the Brewery Follies Show! $65 per person includes the Brewery Follies show, souvenir shot glass, and dinner buffet! Beer & wine cash bar.

Murder & Mayhem in Gallatin County

6-7:30pm Thu. Oct. 21  Gallatin County Courthouse 311 W. Main, Bozeman  FREE

Gallatin History Museum curator Kelly Suzanne Hartman chronicles each tale, allowing the reader to follow along the path of the investigations and the pursuit for justice.