- Sweet Pea Festival promotes and cultivates the arts by featuring live music, theatre, and family entertainment.
- Lindley Park hosts the festival in downtown Bozeman.
- Held annually in early August.
- Ancillary Sweet Pea Festival events include a sidewalk chalk art, a juried art show, the Bite of Bozeman, and Main Street dining event.
Overview: The Sweet Pea Festival in Bozeman, Montana, brings close to 16,000 locals and visitors back year after year each August to enjoy live music, theatre, entertainment, and great food – all bringing the community together while promoting and cultivating the arts.
When: A three-day weekend event in Early August.
Where: Lindley Park is between Cypress Street and North Broadway Avenue. Call 406-586-4003 for details.
Details: Founded in 1978, Sweet Pea Festival is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that supports the arts, arts, education and special community projects. Ancillary events before and during the three-day festival include the Chalk on the Walk, Bite of Bozeman, Art Show, Children’s Run and Parade. Each year, a new artist’s poster design highlights the Sweet Pea Festival theme.