Entertainment

After a long day of playing outside, catch some music or make an appearance – you don't even have to go inside. Here are some ideas to get your sore legs off the couch.

Orville Bach
Music and fireworks in the open air. Read more >>
Cure for the Common, Music in the Mountains, Big Sky
the editors
Options for outdoor music this summer.  Read more >>
Photo by Ryan Turner
O'Neal, Meghan
Is there anything better than sipping a cold one, kicking back with your favorite people, and enjoying an outdoor concert as the summer day draws to a close? Montanans love to celebrate life, and outdoor concerts provide yet another opportunity to do so.  Read more >>
Bass, Rick
More guests, guests in summer pouring into the homes of all southwest Montanans like water through a breach in the earthen wall of the other nine months, friends and family compressing the long supple year to a single point, vacation, so that Montanans can only joke about it among ourselves, abou Read more >>
Kremer, Sarah
We’ve all exhausted ourselves enjoying Mother Nature’s struggle between snow and sunshine, skiing one day and biking the next. But as the days lengthen and the temperatures rise, the Pied Piper of summer beckons us from the rivers and trails. Read more >>
Stoops, Kira
Face it: no outdoors enthusiast worth his salt readily and without profanity cancels a sunny, spring-weekend excursion to pack into a church and watch a twitterpated twosome tie the knot. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
These events took place in 2011; for updated dates, visit our event calendar.  Read more >>
Edwards, Becky & Kira Stoops
Quick, hide this article. Otherwise, you can’t take all the credit for orchestrating one stand-out family reunion, company retreat, friendly gathering, corporate conference, or other outdoor outing right in your proverbial backyard. Read more >>
Stewart, Lucia
Anyone who’s been around the Bozone for more than a few years knows that entertainment options used to be pretty thin: a few smoky, half-empty bars; roaring bonfires in the back yard; or beers and brats on a friend’s couch. Read more >>
Brian Hurlbut
Each summer area residents and visitors head to Big Sky for the annual Music in the Mountains outdoor concert series, which has featured top-notch national entertainment on the Meadow Village Pavilion stage every year since 1989. Read more >>
England, Mike
As dusk creeps down the southern flank of the Spanish Peaks, the gusty alpine wind subsides and a pervasive calm settles over Big Sky. The day’s pale blue sky has turned gray; light snowflakes begin to fill the air. They descend slowly, drifting toward the ground like tiny paratroopers. Read more >>
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