Best Free Summer Concerts in Bozeman
Now that the weather is warming up, it's time to enjoy this wonderful town called Bozeman. One of the best things about summers in Bozeman is you can have a lot of fun without spending much. Keeping that in mind, we have compiled a list of the best free concerts to enjoy this summer in Bozeman.
Come out and join the party every Thursday from June 27th to August 15thon Main Street from Black to Rouse. Music lasts from 6:30pm - 8pm. Main Street opens back up to traffic at 9pm.
Here are the dates and the bands scheduled to play
From 6 to 8pm every second Friday during the summer months. There will be art gallery openings, food, music and fun on Main Street. Here is a list of participating galleries.
Dates of the 2013 Art Walks
- June 14
- July 12
- August 9
- September 13
S.L.A.M. stands for Support Local Artists and Musicians. It is a free festival each year at Bogert Park that features many local artists selling their art, crafts and other items along with free concerts in the park from local musicians.
The date and lineup hasn't been announced yet but it usually happens the same week of Sweet Pea and you can check slamfestivals.org for more info.
The bite of Bozeman brings thousands of Bozemanites to Main Street with the promise of very delicious local food. The Main Street is shut down for this grande sioree that features dozens of vendors and a live concerts at each end of the street.
The 2013 Bite of Bozeman is scheduled for July 31st.
It's not a concert but it is free and it is a live performance. Each summer, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks puts on a wonderful series of Shakespearean plays. The performances are held at the Duck Pond park (MSU Grove) on the MSU Campus and are free to the public. Just remember to bring a low chair or blanket and something to keep warm when the sun goes down.
The 2013 schedule is:
- June 19th Henry V
- June 20th Henry V
- June 21st Henry V
- June 22nd Henry V
- June 26th The Recruiting Officer
- June 27th The Recruiting Officer
- June 28th The Recruiting Officer
- June 29th The Recruiting Officer