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111 Rogers Lane, Livingston, MT, US, 59047-1379

  • Phone: (406) 222-0555
  • Fax: (406) 222-0555
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Entertainment Venues

»Empire Theater

Two movies are shown at this Art Deco-style theater in Livingston, Montana.

106 North 2nd Street
Livingston, Montana 59047

»Livingston Roundup Rodeo, The

An annual PRCA event held since 1924, the Livingston Roundup Rodeo is "one of three 'Gateway Rodeos' held in Livingston and Red Lodge." Scheduled activities include bull riding, barrel racing, calf roping, steer wrestling, team roping, fireworks, crowning of the Roundup Queen, live music, and a parade. The Livingston Roundup Rodeo will take place July 2 through July 4, 2009.

P.O. Box 800
Livingston, Montana 59047

»Depot Festival Of The Arts

An outstanding northern Rockies event: a hundred fine artists and handcrafters present works ranging from sculpture to glass, painting, jewelry, fabric, fiber, photography, ceramics, woodwork, and more in Livingston's downtown Depot-Rotary Park, complemented by food, fun, and the famous Depot pie booth! This event is held anually in July!

P.O. Box 1319
Livingston, Montana 59047

»Blue Slipper Theatre, The

Established in 1964, the Blue Slipper Theatre is a community theater that provides atleast four full-length productions each year.

113 East Callender Street
Livingston, Montana 59047


An annual three-day outdoor music festival, Summerfest is held the third week of July along the Yellowstone River. Live music, games, fantastic food, arts and crafts, and more can be enjoyed. The 2009 Summerfest will take place July 17-19.

414 East Callender Street
Livingston, Montana 59047

»Main Street Arts & Entertainment Complex

Main Street Arts and Entertainment Complex or The Complex is the venture of the Justus Entertainment. Owned by Josh Perkins, this versatile venue has a club look to it with a huge dance floor. It hosts regular live music, DJ acts and themed parties.

1332 East Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715

»Peach Street Studios

Whether it is recording a studio version of an artists/ bands album or producing music for television and films, the Peach Street Studios opens its doors for anything that has to do with modern music production. This Grammy Award winning facility is comprised of three recording studios, two tracking rooms, as well as several guitars and other musical instruments that are used by the artists. In the past, famous Montana band The Hooligans and artist Aaron Howard have recorded their albums at one of the studios of  Peach Street Studios. And for the music lovers, the studio is open for concerts you can watch the performances of the upcoming bands in an intimate setup. Make sure you keep an eye out on its calender to get updates about their upcoming shows.

627 East Peach Street
Bozeman, MT 59715

»Gallatin County Fair

The Gallatin County Fair has it all: cows, sows, and plows, computers, four-wheel drive Mud Bog races, food and more. The fair provides wholesome family entertainment and education. This event is a traditional county fair with livestock shows, carnival rides, arts & crafts, commercial exhibits, music, rodeo events, lots of food and activities for the children.

901 North Black
Bozeman, Montana 59715

»The Ellen Theatre

Watch plays in a beautiful elegant theatre! The cast members are skilled and work with professionals to enhance their performance skills. With over 6,000 people attending their first show, "Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol" it is safe to say this theatre is popular!

17 West Main Street
Bozeman, Montana 59715

»Watershed Festival

The Montana Outdoor Science School will be hosting the 10th Annual Watershed Festival, The Year of the Trout, at the Bozeman Fish Technology Center. Offered free to the public, the Community Watershed Festival is made possible by business sponsors, volunteers, and other private donations. Topics include bird and mammal identification, wetland wonders and function, stream ecology, nature walks, fly casting, birds of prey, noxious weed identification, steam monitoring, a hatchery and facility research tour, aquatic macro invertebrates, natural science interpretation and activities and well water information. There is also music and performance entertainment and many educational displays for all ages. All activities are outdoors, rain or shine.

4056 Bridger Canyon Drive
Bozeman, Montana 59771

»Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, The

The Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture hosts and curates exhibitions and programs of regional and national recognition and provides a variety of spaces for studios, meetings, performances, receptions, classes and other activities.

111 South Grand Avenue
Bozeman, Montana 59715

»Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

The Brick Breeden Fieldhouse is located on the Montana State University campus and has hosted all events like live music concerts, theatre performances and even sporting events. And it helps if you have a mammoth tv screen, so you can use it for replays at the east end of the ground. This place has seen performances by Elgin Baylor, John Stockton and Kevin Johnson among many others. Another attraction is the American Café and the Athletic Training Center.

1 Bobcat Circle
Bozeman, MT 59717
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