Arts Festival, Uncle Kracker, MT Fair, Movie In The Park
You can see, hear, taste, and feel all the fun of summer in Montana with so much happening this weekend. Final days of MontanaFair, live music events, outdoor movies, and lots of classic autos. Here are some highlights of area activities:
Uncle Kracker (Friday 8/16)
Known for hit songs "Follow Me" and "When The Sun Goes Down" performed with his friend Kenny Chesney, Uncle Kracker will be in concert on Friday at the Pub Station in Billings. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. For tickets, CLICK HERE.
Movie In The Park (Friday 8/16)
The last free movie night of the summer will be at Stewart Park in the softball field on Friday. Event begins at 7pm with Disney's "Mary Poppins Returns" shown beginning at sunset. CLICK HERE for more info.
Dig It Days (Saturday 8/17)
The 1st Annual Yellowstone Dig It Days will be unearthed on Saturday at 2949 N. Frontage Road in Lockwood from 10am to 4pm. Local industries will come together to offer the "biggest display of static heavy equipment, and emergency services vehicles ever assembled in Yellowstone County." Kids will get the chance to learn, inspect, and operate the real thing. CLICK HERE for more info.
MontanaFair (through Saturday 8/17)
It's the final weekend to enjoy the Last Best Place of Summer. The PRCA Rodeo is going on in the grandstand nightly through Saturday. Military veterans and first responders get free admission on Friday for Service To America Day. CLICK HERE to find out more going on at MontanaFair.
Back Alley Arts Festival (Saturday 8/17)
BAAF is "an eclectic community-centered event" that features art, food, and music held Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Live entertainment schedule:
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Classic Car Show and BBQ (Saturday, 8/17)
Autumn Springs Assisted Living, located at 3758 Avenue B, will host a 50's and 60's Classic Car Show from Noon to 4pm on Saturday. A Bar-Be-Que will also be held for $5 with proceeds benefiting the Adult Resource Alliance.
The summer is NOT OVER! Find out everything happening in the Summer Guide by clicking HERE.