14 Fun Things to do This Weekend: Bozeman’s Labor Day Edition
From harmonicas to history, patio parties and potatoes - Labor Day Weekend in the Bozeman area is packed with fun things to do for the whole family.
Friday, September 2nd: End of Summer Patio Party at the Korner Klub - (8191 Huffine Lane, Four Corners) Happening 7pm to 11pm. Come party on the patio with live music from Bluebelly Junction.
Friday, September 2nd: Takeover at Tinworks: A Bring Your Own Art Show at Tinworks Art - (719 North Ida Avenue, Bozeman) "You're invited to your own art show with The Cottonwood Club at Tinworks. Music, performance, installation, ceramics, film, paintings, whatever. Come get weird. Bring your work ready to hang anytime after doors open at 6pm."
Friday, September 2nd: Montana Days at The Pony Bar - (108 Broadway Street, Pony, MT) Happening 6pm to 9pm with live music. "Ryan LittleEagle blends the rich storytelling of Country/Americana music, and with the cultural roots of First Nations music creating a style called NDN Country."
Friday, September 2nd: Jazz Night at Red Tractor Pizza - (1007 West Main Street, Bozeman) - Happening 7pm to 9pm. No cover. "A rotating lineup of Bozeman's finest jazz musicians every Friday. Curated by Alex Robilotta."
Friday, September 2nd: The Dirty Shame LIVE at Stacey’s - (300 Mill St, Gallatin Gateway) No cover charge. Music starts at 8:30pm. Originals and cover songs from "Bozeman's best outlaw country/western band".
Friday, September 2nd: Friday Night Stand-Up with Nick Vatterott at Last Best Comedy - (321 East Main Street, downtown Bozeman) Happening 8pm to 9:30pm. He's written for MTV, The Critic's Choice Awards, Gorburger and Real Time with Bill Maher. With opener Suz Ballout. Tickets are $17 online and $20 at the door.
Saturday, September 3rd: Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds - (901 North Black Avenue, Bozeman) Happens 9am to Noon with dozens of local vendors, growers, farmers and artisans. Support local, shop local.
Saturday, September 3rd: Montucky Derby Roller Derby Bout at Haynes Pavillion - (at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds) Starts at 6pm. This family- friendly event features a food truck, no-host bar by the American Legion, raffles, games and prizes. Tickets $10 at the door (cash, card, or venmo accepted). Kids age 10 and under are FREE.
Saturday, September 3rd: Zechariah Peabody LIVE at the Old Saloon - (210 Railroad Lane, Emigrant, MT) Starts at 8pm. "Zechariah is a Wilsall, MT native and performs country music, covers and originals."
Saturday, September 3rd: Bridger Creek Boys, Live at Tune Up Bar - (24 West Mendenhall, downstairs in the Armory Hotel) Happening 8pm to 10pm. No cover charge. Kitchen is open until 10pm too.
Sunday, September 4th: From Tents to Town: Bozeman's Historic Main Street Walking Tour - Happens from 1pm to 2pm. Tickets are $15. "Enjoy the stories of the colorful characters like John Bozeman, Daniel Rouse, Nelson Story and architect Fred Willson who helped mold the look and shape of this town." Hosted by the Extreme History Project.
Sunday, September 4th: The Ghosts of Bozeman’s Past: Historic Sunset Hills Cemetery Walking Tour - Happens from 4pm to 5pm. Tickets are $15. "learn the fascinating history of early Bozeman." Hosted by the Extreme History Project.
Sunday, September 4th: The Teccas at the Office Lounge in Livingston - (128 South Main Street, Livingston) Live music starts at 7pm.