Best Things to do on July 4th in Bozeman
Do you stay around lovely Bozeman for the 4th of July? We want to help those of you who do have the best Independence Day the Gallatin Valley Offers! Find all the happenings right here for July 4th in and around Bozeman.
Each year the Gallatin County Fairgrounds puts on a firework show right around dusk on the 4th of July. The firework spectacle at the Fairgrounds is visible from nearly everywhere in Bozeman, but the best viewing locations are up high at places like Peet's Hill, the Dinosaur Park or even your roof if it is safe to climb on! Be sure to tune your radio dial to XL Country 100.7 for patriotic music in sync with the fireworks
Belgrade also does a firework show for our friends to the West!
Livingston has what they say is the Biggest firework show/festival in the Valley! The firework show is scheduled for July 4th after the rodeo.
Both the Madison River and the Jefferson River are great rivers for relaxing and floating around Bozeman. They are popular 4th of July locations for everyone in the valley trying to beat the heat.
There are shuttles going to and from the Madison River floating location provided by Montana Whitewater in Bozeman at 11th and Main.
The parade through historic Livingston is July 2nd and you can see a map of the route here. It's a great way to experience Montana heritage.
The worldclass three day pro rodeo is July 2nd, 3rd and 4th. For these three days, Livingston becomes the center of the Pro Rodeo Universe! Tickets and more info here
Enjoy free Wilcoxson's ice cream, games and crafts at the Living History Farm. Just pay for admission and the ice cream and activities are free.