5 Things To Experience In Billings Before Summer Ends
Billings got a taste of fall weather on Saturday, but the season doesn't officially change until September 23. And the forecast shows a week of highs in the 90's starting Sunday, so put the Pumpkin Spice on hold.
With over a month still to go, Summer is alive in Montana. So make sure to get these events on your schedule:
-Gardeners Market and Farmers Market (Thursday's & Saturday's)
Thursday's in South Park is the Gardeners Market from 4:30 to 6:30pm and the Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market is every Saturday under the Skypoint in Downtown Billings. Both markets are held weekly through the first week of October, weather permitting.
-Weird Al Concert (Sunday, August 25)
The biggest-selling comedy recording artist of all-time, Weird Al Yankovic brings his Strings Attached Tour to First Interstate Arena this Sunday (8/25). Hear his iconic parodies featuring a full symphony orchestra. CLICK HERE for more.
-Burn The Point Classic Car Parade (Friday, August 30)
Over 500 classic cars roll through the streets of downtown Billings beginning at 6:30pm. After crossing North 27th Street, the parade goes down 3rd Avenue North and the evening ends with a dance on Broadway. To find out more about Burn The Point, CLICK HERE.
-Mud Drags (Saturday, September 7)
Montana Off-Road Extreme will have Mud Drags at 8400 Story Road beginning at 12 noon, gates open at 8am. Short course / Bump-n-Run race will also be held on September 14 and a Rock Crawl on September 28. Tickets are $10 for adults, Kids 12 and under get free admission. For M.O.R.E., CLICK HERE.
-The Other Mozart (Saturday, September 14)
With Alberta Bair Theatre under renovation, the show must go on at Petro Theatre on the MSU Billings campus. The season will open with The Other Mozart on September 14 with two performances at 2pm and 8pm. CLICK HERE for tickets.
The Other Mozart is the true and untold story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus - a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim, but her work and her story faded away, lost to history. -Alberta Bair Theatre