Montana's 'birthplace' community celebrates summer. A great family event! Fort Benton's annual celebration of its heritage. Scheduled activities include a parade, arts and crafts on the Levee. Missouri River Traders Market, historical tours, free entertainment, street dance, fishing derby and fireworks display on the Levee. Also included are a fun walk and run. Food and fun! You can camp overnight. Take a tour of old Fort Benton.
June 22, 2018 - June 24, 2018
The largest event of its kind in this area,the Montana Renaissance Festival is a time to revel in the atmosphere of a 16th Century European Country Festival. Explore the bustling market place. Mingle and interact with costumed characters and enjoy their endless merriment and mayhem. The Festival will host the Knights of Epona in full contact armored jousting tournaments! Watch gallant Knights defend their honor until the last man is left standing! Cheer your favorite Knight to victory as he competes for his Ladies’ honor in this thrilling full armored Joust Renew your vows or be joined in matrimony by Priestess Wendy in our beautiful Sensory Gardens with the King and Queen presiding! The lanes are bustling with story tellers, musicians, singers, dancers, and villagers welcoming you to a festive day of living history. The air is filled with the scents and smells of foods from the Renaissance period. Feast like Royalty on juicy roasted turkey legs, royal Scottish eggs, steak on a stake, and more! Visit one of our pubs and quench thy thirst with a flagon of ale or a goblet of the King’s own mead! Sit back and enjoy belly dancers, sword swallowers, aerial acrobats, and other performers on three separate stages! On the main stage and throughout Billingshire there are bards,jesters, sword fighters, wizards, poets and those who will provide merriment for all ages! Beware of raiding barbarians!
June 2, 2018 - June 3, 2018
Categories include: Traditional, Grass, Fancy, Crow Style, Chicken Dance, Jingle. Indian Relay on June 21, 22 and 23.
June 21, 2018 - June 24, 2018
North American Indian Days, an annual celebration and the largest and most impressive of Blackfeet tribal events, hosts Native Americans from every region of the United States and Canada. Featured events include traditional drumming and dancing contests, the crowning of Miss Blackfeet, a parade, fun run, PRCA Rodeo events and more.
July 12, 2018 - July 15, 2018
he Red Ants Pants Music Festival was founded in 2011. It is designed to bring people together and is a program of the 501(c)(3) Red Ants Pants Foundation. Our non-profit is dedicated to women’s leadership, working family farms and ranches, and rural communities. We use proceeds from the festival to fund our grant cycle and run our timber skills and women’s leadership programming. The festival was founded and is produced by Red Ants Pants owner Sarah Calhoun. Yes, a little Made in the USA pants company started a music festival. Not the usual path for small business, but why not? This festival is 100% home grown and run by an incredibly dedicated crew of hard working staff. We are joined every July by dozens of friends and family that round out our 90-strong festival staff. Throw in 250 festival volunteers and this makes for a lot of hard work to pull off a pretty fantastic celebration. Thank you for being part of the excitement!
July 26, 2018 - July 28, 2018
White Sulphur Springs