It’s close; the sounds and smells of spring are just around the corner, but there is plenty to do while we wait. For one, ski season isn’t over till it’s over—and that’s in April. But while the slopes stay snowy, the days are lasting longer and the air is getting warmer, bringing plenty of outdoor adventure and evening entertainment. We’ve listed the highlights, but local pubs host ongoing music, movies grace theaters old and new, and there are plenty of art, yoga and other classes to enjoy!
March 1st - 2nd at the Emerson Cultural Center
Written by Eugene O’Neill, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, this heartbreaking story tells of a doomed man’s guilt and the woman who desperately tries to love him. The play is set over the course of two days at a Connecticut farmhouse in 1923 and is sure to move you.
March 2nd - 3rd at the Willson Auditorium
Performing Tchaikovsky’s wildly popular Piano Concerto no. 1, you’ll be taken away with the virtuosity in which the orchestra performs. Coupled with Dmitri Shostakovich’s captivating and celebratory Symphony no. 12 “The Year 1917,” you’re in for an incredible evening of music.
March 5th at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
If you love the movie, you’ll be blown away by the musical. Inspired by true events, Charlie Price is struggling to continue the family’s shoe factory. The story takes you from the factory in Northampton to the glamour of Milan, all inspired with the help of the wonderful performer Lola!
March 7th at The Ellen Theatre
Master illusionist Vitaly is known for his innovative artistry by inventing and designing all of his own illusions. From bringing pictures and drawings to life, to erasing people from their own driver’s licenses, his illusions along with his engaging personality never fail to bring down the house.
March 9th and 23rd at the Emerson Cultural Center
Bozeman farmers and ranchers have mastered the local growing schedule, ensuring fresh produce, meats, honey and baked goods year round. While the root veggies are winding down, the greens are starting to pop. Fresh salad anyone?
March 16th in Downtown Bozeman
Voted the #2 Best-in-the-U.S half marathon by Runner's World, Run to the Pub isn’t just a local favorite, it draws participants from around the country. In addition to the camaraderie, running either the 10K or the half marathon enters you in a drawing to win one of four all-inclusive trips to Dublin, Ireland to run the Dublin Marathon. Don your costume and your green and celebrate St.Patty’s Day with a healthy run followed by a cold brew!
March 16th at Bridger Bowl
Good with a camera? Get ready to start filming your ski and snowboard adventures. More interested in the end result? The local talent in this film festival is sure to entertain. The pre-juried show features the top 7 adventure films. As soon as the lifts stop, the show starts!
March 16th at The Rialto
A blues legend, Guy Davis brings his new album, Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train - A Look Back at Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry to the Rialto. The album serves as an homage to these musicians along with other legends around the world. In the words of Guy Davis, “I like antiques and old things, old places, that still have the dust of those who’ve gone before us lying upon them.”
March 22nd - 23rd at The Gallatin County Fairgrounds
Whether you are a serious collector or a home decorator, you’ll appreciate the antiques, vintage items, collectibles, western artifacts and jewelry at this well-loved antique fair and vintage market.
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