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January Events In Bozeman Are Made For Celebrating!

Posted by Kali Gillette on Jan 3, 2018 8:00:00 AM

January Events in Bozeman at the Emerson Cultural CenterBirthdays abound in Bozeman this month, which means one thing…celebration! From the festivities at Bridger Bowl to the fine gala at the Emerson Cultural Center, January events in Bozeman are made for celebrating!

Bridger Bowl’s 63rd B-Day!

Friday, January 12, 2018

Carpoolers get the gifts for this birthday celebration. Skiers traveling in groups of three or more, get $30 lift tickets and season pass holders get discounts on food and beverage. Group ski and snowboard lessons are available for $30 per person. Enjoy birthday cake, live music and tasty brews from Katabatic Brewing.


Free Admission to Yellowstone National Park

Monday, January 15, 2018

Get out and explore Yellowstone in the winter with free entrance on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Bring your snowshoes, nordic skis and some warm clothes to experience the quiet woods. Or to cover more ground, take a guided snowcoach or snowmobile tour.


Broadway Musical, RENT

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winning masterpiece comes to Bozeman as part of the 20th anniversary tour. The story follows an unforgettable year with seven up and coming artists. This one is not to be missed.


Bozeman Symphony 50th Anniversary Birthday Bash

Saturday, January 13

The bash takes place at the Emerson Cultural Center with a 5-course meal, fine wines, music as well as live and silent auctions.

January 19, 2018

Continue the celebration with the Bozeman Symphony Piano Series featuring Andrew Staupe at the Reynolds Recital Hall, Montana State University Campus.


Grand opening of the Rialto Theater

Get ready for the re-opening of the historic Realto Theater. The 400 seat theater will host events and music with a flexible dining space, wine bar and gallery room. Eight shows are already planned for late January so get your tickets soon!


Emerson Cultural Center, Celebration of the Arts

A double party, the Emerson School Building marks it’s 100th birthday, while the Emerson Cultural Center celebrates their 25th anniversary. Don your old prom attire for an evening of  dancing, entertainment, quick draw and fine dining.

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