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Date posted: 06/02/2011

Have the Adventure of a Lifetime at the 2011 MontanaFair

MontanaFair Billings

MontanaFair is the region’s largest event of its kind, bringing in nearly 10,000 people every year for the fun and frenzy of this adventurous affair. Organized in Billings, Montana for friends and families everywhere to enjoy, this annual celebration features a number of attractions including thrill seeking rides, out of this world food and hip swinging music. And for anyone with a competitive edge, this is the perfect place for audiences to show off their skills in farming, arts and crafts or cooking. This event is scheduled to occur over a one week period and there is going to be a new twist every day, so one visit just won’t be enough.

Every year the organizers of MontanaFair are sure to bring in a lineup of entertainment that will attract audiences with a variety of tastes. As far as musical acts go, this year’s event is scheduled to have Dierks Bentley, Three Days Grace and Eddie Money. This is a great mix of folk, rock and country, which is the usual choice of residents of this area. And for any foodies looking forward to the delectable dishes of this major event, this year’s fair will have a mix of traditional delights like corn dogs, BBQ and corn on the cob, but will also feature fried fun that can’t be found just anywhere including fried Oreos, bananas and Twinkies. This event may not be good for the heart but it is definitely great for the soul.

With tickets starting at just $8/day, there is no reason to skip out on this can’t miss event. With a showcase of animals, a motorcycle stunt show and a dueling piano war, is there really much more entertainment to ask for in one venue? You’ll quickly find out that Montana has a lot to present in talent, scenery and fun, so why not make a weekend of it and check out all that this great fair has to offer.                

Event Details

August 12-20, 2011


308 6th Avenue N.
Billings, Montana 59101
(406) 256-2400

$8 for adults 
$5 for adults 65+ $5 for kids (6-12) 
Free for kids 5 and younger!

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