Arts of all kinds will be on display for you to enjoy and take home with you August 4th and 5th at Bogert Park in Bozeman.  The 2nd annual SLAM Festival is a free event for those of all ages and is a great place to spend a beautiful Bozeman afternoon.  Live music performances and demonstrations are scheduled through out the day so anytime you make it is a perfect time. There are a ton of food vendors and art from all sorts of local artists that will look great in your place.  Get the schedule ofperformances, demonstrations, and information below on the SLAM festival August 4th and 5th.

Bogert Park 2012 Performance Schedule

Youth Musical Showcase with Hand me Down Some Silver
12pm: Lost Hounds
1pm: Getting Up Early Boys
2-2:10pm: Movement Performance – Motion Athletics
2:10pm: Reverand Chachi
3-3:50pm: Movement Performance – Gentleman Script, Ladies in the House, Motion Athletics
4pm: Skavacado
5-5:10pm: Movement Performance – MSU Dance Team, Moon Flowers, Ladies in the House
5:10-7pm: Dubsultans w/ Bad ASP Urban Fusion

Youth Musical Showcase with BHS and Music Villa
11am: Sally Newsome
12pm: Jim Averitt
1pm: Jawbone Railroad
2-2:10pm: Movement Performance – Motion Athletics
2:10pm: Smoke Ben Johns
3-3:10pm: Movement Performance – Moon Flowers
3:10-5pm: Bridger Mountain Big Band

Bogert Park 2012 Demonstration Schedule

11am-12pm: Shining Star Yoga-Family & Childrens Yoga with Shannon Gara
12:15-1:45pm: Mosaic Art with Lisa Lord
2-3:30pm: Willow Art with Christine Joy
4-5:30pmFurniture Making with Zach Jensen

Fine Art with Kelsey Dzintars
1-2:15pm: World Musician-Singer Songwriter Forum with Sally Newsome
2:30-3:45pm:Forged Metalwork with Eric Dewey
4-5:30pm: Dance-The Art of Choreography with Jack Englehart

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