Fort Peck Dam Run

Runners cross the finish line at the Dam Run in Fort Peck. 


Frontier Days

June 9-11

Enjoy two full days of western hospitality and fun, including rodeos at the Saddle Club, Saturday parade, barn dance and concessions on the grounds. For more information,

Roosevelt County Fair

August 10-12, 2017

Culbertson’s free event of traditional family activities food, crafts, plants, 4-H and FFA livestock auction, fashion revue, petting zoo, various vendors and fun run. Free noon meal Friday and Saturday. For more information,

Trail Ride and Wagon Train

Sept. 4

Local folks bring their “Old West” covered wagons or saddle horses imagining the working cowboy's way of life 100 years ago. The weekend includes food, entertainment and hay for the horses. Call for information, 406-790-0600.


Old Timer's Reunion & Summer Festival

July 14-16

Fairview's honors its "Old Timers" with games, dancing, live music, crafts and hamburgers in the park.


Red Bottom Celebration

June 16-18

See the oldest powwow on the Fort Peck Reservation. The Red Bottom Celebration held in Frazer, honors Native American culture and traditions through dancing, food, crafts, fellowship and more. Open to all.


Fort Peck Summer Theatre

June 8 – Sept. 3

This century-old theatre features three plays this summer. “Arsenic and Old Lace” runs June 8-18; Lionel Bart's “Oliver” happens June 23 - July 9; “Grease” is on Aug. – 20; and, “Souvenir” runs Aug. 25 – Sept. 3. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7 p.m.; Sunday shows are at 4:30 p.m. For more information,

Longest Dam Race

June 17

This family event begins at 8 a.m.,  with 10k Run, 5K Run, 5K Walk, Novice Bike race, and/or 1 mile walk/Run. All start at top of the Fort Peck Dam and finish at Kiwanis Park. For information, call 406-228-2222 or visit


Catfish Classic

June 2-3

The “grand daddy” of the Montana Cats Tour is a nighttime event annually boasting a full 80-team field and more than $10,000 in guaranteed cash and prizes.  Slots fill fast, so see to register.

Northeast Montana Fair

Aug. 1-5

The Northeast Montana Fair has a carnival (Aug. 2-5), PRCA Rodeo (Aug. 1-2), Demolition Derby (Aug. 3) and Joe Diffie Concert (6 p.m. Aug. 5). All happens at Valley County Fairgrounds in Glasgow. For more information,


Milk River Days

July 2

Milk River Days includes a MRCA rodeo and street dance. More information is available at Facebook – Milk River Days.


Car Show/Dino Days/ PCMS Races

June 3-4

Visit Malta’s First State Bank Car Show/Dino Days/ PCMS Races. Information on Test & Tune, the Points Race and High Line Drag Strip are at That website also has information on races held through the summer.

The Milk River Gospel Jamboree

June 23-15

Malta hosts his music event organized through a non-profit group founded in 2001. For more information,

Antique, Collectible and Vendor Fair

See the past and the present July 22, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., at the Phillips County Museum’s Antique, Collectible and Vendor Fair. For more information,


Sheridan County Car & Motorcycle Show

June 3

At 9 a.m., June 3, classic cars, trucks and motorcycles from Montana, the Dakotas and Canada will shine, while visitors enjoy food vendors, a parade and fun run. Show is free and open to all.

Big Muddy Motorcycle Rally

June 4

The public in invited to enjoy fun runs, life music and food vendors. Entertainment is free.

Prairie Fest

June 24-July 4

Towns in Sheridan County – including Plentywood, Westby and Medicine Lake – celebrate the area’s way of life. For details, contact Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce at 406-765-8500.

Sheridan County Fair

July 27-30

This traditional fair and PRCA rodeo has all the entertainment you'd expect. See details at Facebook/SheridanCountyFair.


Wild West Days

June 9-11

Family events start Friday with kids’ bike races and downtown contests; Saturday features a downtown parade at noon, and 2 p.m. rodeo at the rodeo grounds.


Pioneer Days & Dirty Shame Show

June 22-24

Five family-oriented variety shows are offered starring the Dirty Shame Belles and Dixieland Band. There’s a non-alcoholic saloon and "thresherman’s breakfast." See information at


Sunrise Festival of the Arts

July 8

Visitors can enjoy browsing displays of artists and crafters from many states while taking in live music in scenic Veterans Memorial Park. There is also a “writers’ row” and free children’s events. For more information,

Richland County Fair & Rodeo

Aug. 3-6

The Richland County Fair & Rodeo offers homestyle events and rodeo action. For more information,


Wolf Point Brew Fest

June 17

The annual Wolf Point Brewfest at Marvin Brookman Stadium will have live music along with 30-plus micro- and macro-beers.

Wolf City Rods and Rides

June 18

Wolf City Rods and Rides event features a car and bike show, and poker run – all at the Marvin Brookman Stadium.

Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede and Parade

July 6-8

This two-day celebration includes the annual stampede and several parades. For more information,

Wolf Point Art in the Park

July 8

Wolf Point Art in the Park offers plenty to see and do at Sherman Park in the gazebo area.

Wadopana Powwow

Aug. 4-6

See the oldest traditional powwow in Montana. It allows elders and younger generations to hold special ceremonies for naming of individuals and honoring of family members. For the young people, there are run/walks and outdoor activities. Open to everyone; for information call 406-650-7104 or 406-650-8724.