The Downtown Bozeman Association sent out a press release with some much needed information and answers to questions many participants have.

Halloween is tomorrow night, temperatures are going to be in the mid 20's to upper 30's so make sure you have all the littles bundled up.

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From the Downtown Bozeman Association:

Downtown Bozeman is the place to celebrate Halloween! Join us from 4-6 PM on Tuesday, October 31st for a spooktacular and safe evening of traditional Trick-or-Treating in Downtown Bozeman! Parents, let your kids enjoy the brisk outdoors for a little Halloween fun in Downtown Bozeman and gather goodies at over 100 businesses!


PLEASE NOTE that Main Street will be open to regular vehicular traffic for this event. Alternate routes will be posted and encouraged for through traffic. Trick-or-treaters will be on sidewalks and utilize all crosswalks appropriately, with the help of volunteers in safety vests. This message is brought to you by The Downtown Bozeman Association and our City of Bozeman Police, Fire, and Street Departments who are all working together to create safe and fun Trick-or-Treating for our Bozeman families.


Downtown Bozeman Association along with participating Downtown Businesses Downtown are excited to bring you this FREE community event. Downtown Trick-or-Treating is open to the public and will go on rain, snow, or shine.

For more information, please call 406-586-4008 or visit



From all of us here at Townsquare Media, we wish you all a safe and Happy Halloween.

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