National acts, rides, rodeo & family entertainment during Fair
The Big Sky Country State Fair loads into the Gallatin County Fairgrounds July 21st–25th for another round of food, fun, music, and so much more!
This year’s night shows will feature Nelly, Granger Smith and Trace Adkins. The new Silver Bullet Stage will showcase local bands every night, alongside daily live music by the Everly Brothers on the Treasure State Stage. Also performing every day are the Chicago Dancing Bears on the Fair Market Stage.
The Bozeman Roundup Ranch Rodeo is back on Saturday, followed on Sunday by the Barnyard Brawl, calf scramble and kids’ chicken chase. In addition to the carnival rides and games, the Fair will feature several fun-filled and animal-packed activities, Tyzen – Master Hypnotist, competitive exhibits, workshops and blacksmithing demos, among others.
Also check out extreme Motocross by Octane Addictions, The Mud bog, and the Hill ‘N Hole. The American Minor League Ninja course is a brand new addition to the Sunday lineup, and the livestock barn will feature animals all week long.
ALL grounds entertainment included with Fair admission. On-site admission is $10 for adults, $4 for youth 6–12, free for those 5 and under, and $7 for seniors 62+. Carnival wristbands and coupons sold separately. Packages and discounted advance tickets available through the Fair website. Sunday is ‘Heroes Day’ – free one-day use adult admission for all first responders, veterans and military personnel with valid ID.
Gates open at 11am and close at 11pm daily, and 6pm on Sunday. Visit www.gallatincountyfairgrounds.com for presale tickets, event hours, and additional information about all of this year’s festivities. The Big Sky Country State Fair is July 21st–25th at Gallatin County Fairgrounds. •