5 Excellent Places To Meet New Friends Around Bozeman This Weekend
Meeting new people in the Bozeman area can be hard, especially if you're not in college and going to parties. However, there are lots of events around the valley this weekend that are great opportunities to meet new friends. Practice that smile of yours and check out your options.
Thursday, September 7th, 2023: Music in the Mountains feat. Pinky and the Floyd in Big Sky - (near Big Sky Town Center) This is a free concert series and the LAST one of the season is here. "The Park opens at 6, music starts at 7, and admission is free! Please, remember that NO DOGS or GLASS CONTAINERS are allowed in the park."
Friday, September 8th, 2023: Summer Art Walk in Downtown Bozeman - Happening from 6pm to 8pm up and down Main Street. Over 30 participating businesses will feature local artists and often provide hors d’oeuvres and complimentary refreshments. You'll also enjoy local musicians performing outside in designated areas. It's free to attend, and the showcases are a nice opportunity to chat about art.
Saturday, September 9th, 2023: KGLT Record Fair at MSU - (MSU Sub rooms 233 and 225) Happening 10am to 3pm with free entry, OR you can pay $5 to get in early at 9am. Music lovers unite every year for this fun event on the campus of Montana State. Expect vendors, collections, and local DJs. "Vendors include Cactus Records! Wax Museum! Ear Candy from Missoula! Plus DJ's Ron Sanchez! Jim Kehoe! Jonathan Kennedy! The Mad Manc!"
Saturday, September 9th, 2023: Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market at the Fairgrounds - (901 North Black Avenue, Bozeman) This is the last GVFM of the season! Happening from 9am to Noon, this is one of the best farmers' markets in the state of Montana. Great weather and 150+ vendors will combine this weekend for an epic end of season gathering. Free to attend.
Sunday, September 10th, 2023: Amaltheia Dairy U-Pick Flowers Sunday - (4152 Penwell Bridge Road, Belgrade) Happening 9am to Noon. A gorgeous setting to wander fields of flowers with others. Who doesn't love being "in the country" picking beautiful flowers? Here's how it works: "We will also be having a Farmer’s Market Booth with our vegetables, herbs, goat cheese, and pork. If you have snips and something to transport your flowers that would be awesome but we also have snips to borrow and buckets for purchase. $20 for as many flowers as you can fit in one hand or $45 for a bucket."