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Festivals in Miles City, MT.
State Fairs

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July 5 - 7, 2024

(406) 862-5875
Depot Park (In front of Train Depot) - Whitefish, MT

Artists from across the country are represented in the Whitefish Arts Festival. Metal sculptures, paintings and photography, woodworking, pottery, jewelry, clothing, and home decorations are just some of the featured fine arts. There is always a variety of Montana style art available. All of the art is the creation of the artist representing it at the festival.

July 20 - 21, 2024

(803) 968-4678
Sacajawea Park, Polson, MT - Polson, MT

Juried fine art and fine craft. Held in Sacajawea Park at the edge of Polson Bay. Spectacular views of the Mission Mountains. Highly visible from the Hwy 93 bridge.

August 10, 2024

(803) 968-4678
Lake County Courthouse Lawn - Polson, MT

Please join us for our 53rd Event on the Lake County Courthouse Lawn. We will sponsor another amazing example of Local and Regional Fine Art, Artisans, Crafters & Music

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Events in Miles City, MT — upcoming

Eastern Montana Fair
August 21 - 24, 2024

Eastern Montana Fair

Fairgrounds, Miles City, MT

Status: Updated 6/11/2024

A State Fair organized by Eastern Montana Fairboard.
This Montana State Fair will have commercial/retail and crafts exhibitors, and tba food booths. There will be 2 stages with National talent and the hours will be Wed 3pm-9pm, Thu 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-10pm, Sat 11am-10pm. Admission tickets are $3 - $9. This event will also include: carnival, petting zoo.
Kiwanis Christmas Market
November 2024 (dates not updated)

Kiwanis Christmas Market

Custer County Events Center, Miles City, MT

Status: Updated 10/23/2023

A Holiday Celebration organized by Kiwanis Club of Miles City.
This Montana Holiday Celebration will have antique/collectibles, crafts and fine craft exhibitors, and no food booths. Admission tickets are $1.