October Cover Artist: Larry Blackwood

Larry Blackwood is a fine art photographer from Bozeman, Montana. He has spent over 40 years exploring self-expression through photography. Larry originally worked in a black and white darkroom environment, switching to digital methods around 1998…

Savvy

Kathleen Johns

The twenty-something party crowd packed into local Bozeman venue El Camino on Main Street knows every word to this rock n’ roll anthem by The Killers and they aren’t shy about singing along boisterously, arms slung around shoulders or…

Bozeman Symphony 2021

Kevin Brustuen

On October 30 and 31 the Bozeman Symphony presents Symphonie Fantastique at the Willson Auditorium. Symphonie Fantastique, the symphony’s second performance of this season, includes Carl Maria von Weber’s “Overture to Der…

September 2021 Cover Artist: Kirsten Kainz

Kirsten Kainz sees the beauty in life, it sets her purpose. She has a never-ending need to create works of art that reflect the beauty, wonder and humor that she sees all around her. Her works of art are wonderful reminders to ourselves to enjoy and…

Music+Arts Events

5-10:30pm Sat. Oct. 23

Heroes and Horses Gala

Armory Music Hall 24 W Mendenhall St, Bozeman

A night together with a seated dinner, local spirits, silent/live auction, and live music.

7pm Sat. Oct. 23

Haunted Mountain Theater

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

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.

7pm Sat. Oct. 23

Nella

Warren Miller Performing Arts Center 45465 Gallatin Road , Gallatin Gateway

Merging the folklore roots of Venezuela, modern production, and Andalusian inspirations, Nella's sound resounds in every corner of the globe.

8-10pm Sat. Oct. 23

Live Music

Kimpton Armory Hotel 24 W Mendenhall St, Bozeman

Every Saturday featuring local and touring music acts.

8:30pm Sat. Oct. 23

Haunted Mountain Theater

Museum of the Rockies 600 West Kagy Boulevard, Bozeman

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.