Year after year the Montana handMADE Spring Fair adds more vendors to their event. This year there will be over 195 vendors for you to choose from. Whether you are looking for a favorite or looking for something new, this is your opportunity to support local AND stock up on some of your must have's every year.

Different artists and makers from around the state come and display their amazing handMADE products for you to fall in love with and purchase. This is great for gift giving as well (don't forget Mother's Day is just around the corner).

From art to leather products, handmade jewelry to candles, you are sure to find something great.

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If you like to avoid big crowds, they do offer an early bird pass to get into the event before it's jam packed with shoppers. I have done the Early Bird VIP and it's wonderful. It also gives you the opportunity to get to know some of the vendors before they are super busy.


The event starts on Friday the 3rd and continues through Saturday the 4th.

The handMade Montana Spring Fair is at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. Beat the crowds and purchase $10 VIP passes for Friday night, 5 pm-8 pm, or a $5 Early Bird Pass for 9 am-10 am on Saturday, from 10 am-4 pm on Saturday, entry fees are waived.

Ticket proceeds benefit the Gallatin Valley Food Bank and you are asked to bring a non-perishable item if you are able.

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