January Cover Artist: Kelley Sullivan

Tue. Dec. 31st, 2019

As a mixed media painter born and raised in Bozeman, Kelley carries a strong belief that art should evoke a powerful response, with feelings deeply personal to each viewer. The organic movement of paint within water allows her to work with…

The Kingston Trio: Welcome To Our Time Machine

Tue. Dec. 31st, 2019

by Angie Ripple

The Kingston Trio was the biggest band in the world until the Beatles came along, those pesky Beatles, and we’re still selling out concerts all over the United States.” That was Mike Marvin’s response to my question:…

Every Dreamer Needs Bozeman Believers: An Interview with Brice Ash

Tue. Dec. 31st, 2019

Nick Mack

A horseback-rider from Billings learns the courage to press on after a crippling fall, an onion-smelling outcast takes his classmate’s mother to the high school prom, and a laid-off performer gives one final bow after sixty years…

2020 Bozeman Bucket Lists

Tue. Dec. 31st, 2019

Abby Hernandez

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December Cover Artist: Cristina Marian

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Originally from Romania, Cristina Marian moved to the United States in 2013 and feels like Bozeman is her home now. She divides her time between working in the studio, exhibiting her artwork and pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree at…

Wind In The Willows: Bozeman Band on the Rise

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Reilly McNaught

Twenty-eight miles west of Denver, in a small community named for the trees that keep their green color all year long, childhood friends Ryen Dalvit and Maren Stubenvoll grew up writing music together in Evergreen, CO. They started making…

December at the Filling Station

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

by Brian Ripple

December is typically a slower month for live music in Bozeman, but this year might actually be an exception. There are events happening all over town this year and at the Filling Station especially. The first weekend of the month we will…

Learning the Bozeman Beat: An Interview with Adam Greenberg

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Nick Mack

Jazz music relies on a gnarly combo of rhythm disruption and improvisation, fueled by a healthy dose of blood, sweat, and tears—and yet, Adam Greenberg makes the process appear effortless as he drums his way through a two-hour set at…

All Are Welcome to the Bozeman Symphony

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Abby Bradford

Christmastime is upon us. With the spirit of the season and joyful energy of change, we remember what’s precious to us: family, friends, and time spent together. Similar to this magical season, The Bozeman Symphony, a long-standing beacon…

10 Best Things to Do in Bozeman During the Winter

Sun. Dec. 1st, 2019

Kate Springer

Whether you live in Bozeman or are visiting, you probably want to get out and experience the best of winter in Bozeman. Here is a list of the best things to do in Bozeman during the winter.  1. Skiing (of course) This one is a…

Music+Arts Events

8am-5pm Wed. Jan. 29

Sub Pop Record Retrospective

Helen E Copeland Gallery Montana State University, Bozeman

The one time only exhibit of unconventional artifacts from the iconic independent record producers that helped popularize grunge music is open in MSU’s Helen E. Copeland Gallery.

5:30-8pm Wed. Jan. 29

Music and Mussels

Bridger Brewing Co 1609 S 11th Ave, Bozeman

Eat mussels and listen to live local music every Wednesday.

6-8pm Wed. Jan. 29

Wildrye Acoustic Wednesday

Wildrye Distilling 111 East Oak Street Suite 1E, Bozeman

Receive $1 off all whiskey cocktails and enjoy live music featuring local artists.

7-9pm Wed. Jan. 29

Mathias

Bozeman Taproom 101 N Rouse Ave, Bozeman

Live, local music!

7:30pm Wed. Jan. 29

Story Mansion String Jam

The Story Mansion 811 S. Willson, Bozeman

Bring your passion for acoustic music to share with other pickers at this FREE family-friendly acoustic string jam.

8am-5pm Thu. Jan. 30

Sub Pop Record Retrospective

Helen E Copeland Gallery Montana State University, Bozeman

The one time only exhibit of unconventional artifacts from the iconic independent record producers that helped popularize grunge music is open in MSU’s Helen E. Copeland Gallery.