This weekend will be busy in Bozeman, or I should say "busier" than usual.

Friday kicks off the 48th American Indian Council Powwow at Montana State University.

The event starts on Friday at 6 pm with grand entries and continues into Saturday with two different event times.

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Montana State University and The American Indian Council have worked hand in hand in many different projects throughout the years, and the outpouring of community support is truly one of a kind.

In 2021, "the finest building of it's type opened in America, and even the world" right here in Bozeman on Montana State Universities' Campus. A proud moment for the state and the community.

This weekends event is one that will continue to take pride by filling the seats at MSU's Brick Breeden Fieldhouse for years and years to come.

Friday: 6 PM Grand Entries

Saturday: 12 PM Grand Entries, 6 PM Grand Entries

The 48th Annual American Indian Council Powwow is free to attend and all ages are recommended to join in the celebration.

Montana State University
Montana State University

For more information and a full line up of events, you can head to the website below and plan your weekend fun accordingly.


Keep in mind this weekend as you are traveling, shopping, and eating out in Bozeman, wait times could take longer than usual. Plan accordingly and be respectful to other community members.

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