MSU fans are crazy...crazy AWESOME.

No matter where you go around Bozeman, you see Bobcat signs, gear, and support. Having lived in a few college towns, there is just something special about the relationship between Bozeman and Montana State. It goes beyond a partnership with the community and a university, it's more than just a bunch of local fans.  It's bigger than that, it's family.

Monday kicks off Homecoming week for MSU and we're about to have a big ole family reunion! A whole week of fun for the students, alumni, and community is planned.

Downtown Bozeman Association
Downtown Bozeman Association

Monday- The Spirit Theme for the day is Career Day. The lighting of the M will take place between 7 pm and 8 pm.  This tradition is something folks of all ages look forward to and is the perfect way to kick off Homecoming week.
Tuesday-The Spirit Theme is Twin Tuesday. Tuesday is also Bobcat Family Day, Bobcat Family Day is a chance for students and alumni as well as members of the community to share photos of their Montana State family members on social media

Downtown Bozeman Association
Downtown Bozeman Association

Wednesday-The Spirit Theme is Tie Dye Day, There will be a Homecoming Bar-B-Q  from 11 am to 1 pm at Centennial Mall.

Thursday-The Spirit Theme is Pajama Day.  There will be a Homecoming Carnival which kicks off at 5 pm and will go until 7 pm.  The Carnival will take place at Kagy Sports Field.

Friday-The Spirit Theme is Blue and Gold Friday.  The highlight of Friday will be the Pep Rally which will kick off at 6 pm, downtown at the corner of Main and Willson with special guests Coach Vigen and Champ.

Saturday-The Homecoming Parade kicks off at 10 am Saturday morning.  Of course there will be tailgating before the game kicks off at 2 pm.

For many members of the Montana State family, Homecoming is just that.  A chance to come home and be part of something special, while visiting with family and friends.  Let us be the first to welcome you back...home.  Go Bobcats!

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