Serbian Festival

Aug 3


Montana's relationship with Serbia stretches back to the dusty, horse-drawn carriage days when Montana was still a territory and Serbia was still a kingdom.
This celebration of Serbian food, music, culture, and history began in 2017 and has been going strong, with an obligatory pandemic pause in 2020. The free festival immerses visitors in the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of Serbia. Farther Russell Radoicich gives tours of Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church several times throughout the day. One of Montana's finest cultural gems, it has walls and ceilings adorned with beautiful iconography.
There will be a wide variety of home-cooked Serbian dishes to choose from. With sarma, kielbasa, povitica, barbecued lamb, and pork topped off with baklava for dessert, no one will leave hungry, rather with a full stomach, wonderful memories, and probably even some new friends.

  • Tickets:
  • Free
  • Date(s):
    • Sat, August 3 - 11 a.m.-7 p.m.