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4th-july-stagecoach-200x200_190Livingston has a great three day festival that with the weather agreeing, you will enjoy in the sun with watermelons and lots of sunscreen. Starting on July 2nd the town gets together for a parade down Main Street from 3pm - 5pm. Also beginning on the 2nd is The Livingston Roundup Rodeo. Professionals and amateurs from around the country gather and compete for the big bucks. The rodeo goes all three days, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. With all this going on it will be tough to squeeze in much else this fourth of July weekend but we are sure you won't be disapointed by the festivities of Livingston. For even more information on these Livingston events, visit www.golivingston.com

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fireworks_259The Gallatin Empire Lions Club is the crew to thank for the fireworks display that we watch every year.  In addition to the show, they are having a free party at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds on the 4th leading up to the show!! Here are the details.

This is a free event! Donations are welcome to help assist the Gallatin Empire Lions Club who set up this wonderful event!! Start off with a fundraising barbeque followed by a FREE concert and fireworks show! Barbeque begins at 6:30. Call the Bozeman Symphony office for barbeque tickets at 585-9774.

Free Symphony concert starts at 9:00pm. Fireworks display starts at 10:30pm.

Location: Gallatin County Fairgrounds (901 N Black Ave Bozeman MT)

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parade_260The Livingston parade is a wonderful mingling of residents and out-of-towners. A quirky blend of tourists, ranchers, artists, and other town folk jam the sidewalks, ready to whoop it up. The actual parade is something straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Jubilant youngsters ride on theme floats sponsored by local businesses and non-profit groups. Mule trains led by working wranglers zig-zag past cheering crowds. Shriners wearing Fez hats as big as their smiles buzz around in go-carts. Bagpipers, politicians, marching bands and candy galore are just a few of the other highlights that make the Livingston parade a wild time for the entire town.

If you are coming you should try to get their early with your lawn chairs, or prepare to stand.  The best

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4th-july-stagecoach_300On July 2nd the normally tranquil town of Livingston (population 7,500) swells to max capacity with parade goers. In anticipation, locals stake out prime sidewalk frontage early in the morning. If your lawn chair isn’t in place by 10 AM, expect to stand. The Livingston Roundup Parade usually kicks off around 3:00 PM and winds down by 5:00 PM.

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