MontanaFair

Soldiers at MontanaFair
It's MontanaFair time in Billings and we all love the rides, the shows, the food and more. However, when we're scarfing down that burger, watching the magician on stage, we sometimes lose focus of the real reason we are able to have these events, but not this year.
Parking Lot Reminder Signs At The Metra
The Metra is a great facility, so don't take this as a complaint so much as a note in the suggestion box.
I took the kid out to MontanaFair on Saturday night and had to park in the upper lot above the arena. I didn't mind the walk considering I've been to lots of fairs with much less t…
Unique Show Planned for Fair
Phenomenist.
Can you use that in a sentence, please?
A phenomenist is one who believes in phenomenalism.
Hmmm.
What we do know is that it is a valid Scrabble word.
What we also know is that you can a phenomenist live at MontanaFair...
Alligator visits montanfair
It turns out that some of the most piercing shrieks at MontanaFair this year might not be coming from the thrill rides on the midway, but an alligator show.
From deep in the swamps of Florida to the midway at MontanaFair comes the "Kachunga and the Alligator" show, according to Ray …
100th Birthday Surprise on tap
Some of the best birthdays are filled with surprises, revelry and guests -- and MontanaFair's 100th anniversary celebration will be no exception.
Usually, it's the guest of honor who is surprised.
Not this time.
Guests, otherwise known as fairgoers, are in for a surprise...
Senior Day Set at MontanaFair
Some things in life really are free.
We've got the proof.
Monday, Aug. 10, from noon to 5 p.m., has been designated Senior Day at MontanaFair. The set-aside day is chock-full of free goodies, including free admission.
Lunch is free followed by free ice cream...
Dedication Set for Ag Barn
The curtain had barely fallen on MontanaFair last year when the bulldozers moved in, leveling three antiquated, 1930s-era barns and stables.
Bulldozing the outdated and dilapidated structures paved the way for a modern, 25,000-square-foot, $1 million Ag Barn. The facility, which can house up to 100 s…
MontanaFair Keeps Kids In Mind
Young people of all ages will have access to an all-new, re-imagined destination at MontanaFair that was designed especially for them to explore, discover and connect with art and handmade crafts. It is called the Explorium.
The main arena exhibit hall has been transformed into a must-stop station fo…

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