Montana History Conference focuses on Glacier Park

The Montana Historical Society’s 37th Annual Montana History Conference, Sept. 30-Oct. 2 in Helena, highlights the centennial of Glacier National Park. “We are celebrating a century of the grandeur of Glacier National Park and all it means to Montana,” said Kirby Lambert, education and outreach program manager for the Montana Historical Society. Read more


Billings Symphony celebrates 60th season

The Billings Symphony celebrates its 60th anniversary with concerts, special events and tributes throughout the upcoming 2010-11 season. “I am honored to be music director with the Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale during this auspicious occasion,” says Anne Harrigan. The Diamond Anniversary Celebration kicks off Sept. 18 with dazzling violinist Jennifer Frautschi performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto and “Palladio” by Jenkins. Read more


Nordicfest pays homage to all things Scandinavian

Libby celebrates its ethnic roots Sept. 10-12 with the 26th annual Nordicfest, a celebration of Scandinavian food, music and culture. Highlights include the International Fjord horse show, the Nordicfest parade, and ample outdoor entertainment daily, featuring yodeler Rod Erickson, a concert by The Nines and performances by many local favorites. Read more


Blues and Brews: Last call for River’s Edge Trail benefit

The River’s Edge Trail, a 30-mile trail system that wends along the Missouri River, benefits from the 15th and final Blues and Brews, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10 at the Mansfield Convention Center. Support the trail while enjoying top-notch entertainment and a selection of delicious foods, microbrews and other beverages. This year’s headliner is Joe Louis Walker, the winner of multiple Grammy and WC Handy blues awards. Read more • (1) Comments


Paradise Valley Music Festival: “Great music in a spectacular place”

The David Grisman Quintet, James McMurtry and The Infamous Stringdusters headline the inaugural Paradise Valley Music Festival, Aug. 29 at Luccock Park Camp near Livingston. Mike Long of Blackbird Productions teamed up with Sean Devine to create a festival that’s “all about bringing great music to a spectacular place.” Read more


Festival Amadeus: Classical music abounds in Flathead

The Glacier Symphony and Chorale offers the third annual Festival Amadeus, Aug. 2-8 in Kalispell and Whitefish. The six-concert festival features acclaimed guest artists performing some of the finest classical music of Mozart, J.S. Bach, Schumann, Beethoven, and many others. Read more


Country and rock stars headline Montana State Fair

Fair fanatics rejoice! Fair days are back with a week packed full of family fun, July 30-Aug. 7 Montana ExpoPark in Great Falls. A stellar night-show line-up includes concerts by Darius Rucker, Styx, Lifehouse, Luke Bryan, LeAnn Rimes with the Great Falls Symphony, Keith Anderson and Clay Walker. Read more

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