Tis' the season! Every day is looking more and more like Christmas as the days go on. Many families have holiday traditions that have been passed down for generations, and many are just starting to make new traditions.

Photo by Phillip Goldsberry on Unsplash
Photo by Phillip Goldsberry on Unsplash

When looking for a new family tradition to start, consider trying something local that gives back to the community.

The Bozeman Symphony is getting ready to host their 2nd Annual Holiday Spectacular show. If you love holiday music, either traditional or new-age, this is the perfect event for you and your family.

The tradition continues with the Bozeman Symphony’s second annual Holiday Spectacular on December 10 and 11! This concert includes many of your favorite festive classics like Sleigh Ride, the Christmas Carol Sing-Along, and more. The performance features the Bozeman Symphonic Choir and guest tenor, Tamar Greene, the current George Washington in the Broadway company of HAMILTON. Bring the whole family to this must-attend holiday concert celebrating the spirit and joy of the season. -Bozeman Symphony

Shows will be held on December 10th and 11th with performances at 2:30 PM AND 7:30 PM on Saturday and 2:30 PM on Sunday.


It's not easy to put on such an extravagant show, but for Norman Huynh, Bozeman's Symphony Music Director, it's both a passion and a hobby.

You can grab tickets to either Saturday OR Sunday's show below and start your family tradition this holiday season.


The 2nd Annual Holiday Spectacular will be at the Willson Auditorium located at 404 W Main Street, right here in Bozeman.

We will see YOU at the show!

cc: Bozeman Symphony

Photos from the Belgrade Christmas Convoy

Photos from the Belgrade Christmas Convoy

Montanans Favorite Foods For The Holidays

Montana families and friends will gather around the table for food, family, and fun. Of course, everyone has certain Thanksgiving traditions whether it's football, or maybe going to a movie after we've all awoken from our turkey-induced nap.

Turkey is the preferred protein for Thanksgiving, however, Montanans revealed their choices for favorite Thanksgiving foods, and for the most part, they're pretty traditional. So what do Montanans say is their favorite Thanksgiving food? We've got the list for you.

More From The Moose 94.7 FM