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Great Falls Symphony, a cultural treasure for 60 years

With its orchestra and choir, string and wind chamber-music ensembles, a youth orchestra, Broadway series, and world-class guest performers, the Great Falls Symphony is celebrating its 60th season. The symphony is unique among Montana orchestras since it has a core of nine professional musicians who live in Great Falls, says Grant Harville, the symphony’s music…

Voices of Christmas & Sounds of Adventure

Voices of Christmas, an annual tradition, comes to the Mansfield Theater for an amazing evening of 250 musicians creating a wall of sound like never before. This year’s concert features the Great Falls Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Choir joined by the choir from Great Falls College MSU. All weekend, in anticipation of this phenomenal performance, take in all…

Finding Neverland & Other Worlds in Great Falls Montana

Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind one of the world’s most beloved characters, Peter Pan, at the Mansfield Theater on November 20th. Tickets are available now and while in Great Falls, you’ll find new adventures, experiences, and voyages into unexpected worlds for the whole family. Join the Central Montana Astronomy Society in the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center parking lot to view Deep…

A Titanic Weekend in Great Falls Montana

The Great Falls Symphony begins their 60th season with Titan, a concert that is titanic and bold, heroic and celebratory composed by acknowledged giants of musical composition. Tickets for Titan are on sale now and to help you experience the Art & Adventure that abounds in Great Falls, we have built an itinerary that is the stuff of…

Josephine Triggs | Great Falls Legend

There would not be a CM Russell Museum were it not for Emma Josephine Trigg, the children’s librarian at the Great Falls Public Library more than 100 years ago. More than just a librarian, Josephine was instrumental in shaping the culture, education, and art of Great Falls. Josephine’s early life in Great Falls, when her…

Powwow | History, Heritage, and Culture in Great Falls Montana

The beating of the drums, the colorful regalia on full display, the dances that captivate you, and the smell of frybread; have you experienced an authentic Native American Powwow? A Powwow is a gathering of American Indian people to celebrate life through prayer and cultural pride demonstrated with dance, food, song, and demonstrations of arts…

Outdoor Music

What’s better than outdoor music on a warm summer night? Good friends and great music create an unforgettable experience and this summer, Great Falls offers a variety of music unrivaled by big name festivals. Grab a comfy chair and get ready to create amazing memories with a summer of outdoor music in Montana’s Basecamp for Art &…

Spring to life in Great Falls

Spring is here, and that means new ways to experience Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure. Great Falls is blooming with family-friendly events, craft brew festivals, art tours, live theater, and more this spring. CRAFT BEER Grab your Montana Brewery Passport and explore the refreshing craft breweries of Great Falls Montana. The barley used in the brewing process is…

My Go-to Great Falls Antique Shops

Antique shopping is my fan fave way to spend a free Saturday in Great Falls Montana. I love poking through stacks and shelves of knick-knacks to find the perfect treasure to add to my unique design style. Check out these 4 places I routinely use to decorate my home, office, and wardrobe. Located in what…

CM Russell | The Art & Soul of the American West

Charles Marion Russell (1864–1926) was many things; consummate Westerner, historian, advocate of the Northern Plains Indians, cowboy, writer, outdoorsman, philosopher, environmentalist, conservationist, and not least, artist. In Montana’s Basecamp for Art & Adventure, you can experience first-hand the places Charlie touched; from the Judith Basin where he worked as a ranch hand to his home…

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