Arts & Entertainment

Hometown Thursdays


Hometown Thursdays is a weekly music festival held at State and 7th downtown Belle Fourche during the summer months. Local and regional bands perform a variety of music styles.  Food and craft vendors are invited to participate and as well as vendors providing children’s activities.  It’s free and a boatload of fun for the whole family!  Check out their website at

Belle Fourche Arts Council

BFAC promotes and supports the arts in Belle Fourche and Butte County. Each summer they offer free outdoor concerts at Herrmann Park. To learn more, visit their website

Belle Fourche Cowboy Band

The Belle Fourche Cowboy Band was officially organized in 1931, but the history of local bands goes back before the turn of the century.  Through the years, the band has brought credit and publicity to Belle Fourche. The band has played summer engagements from throughout the mountain west of the United States.  Comprised of an all volunteer ensemble, the Cowboy Band can be seen and heard at many summer events each year in Belle Fourche and surrounding communities.  To learn more about the Belle Fourche Cowboy Band, visit their website


Center of the Nation All Car Rally

con_rallyThe Annual Center of the Nation All Car Rally kicks off with a Friday night show & shine event.  The event is open to the public.   Various demonstrations are held throughout the evening with a concert rounding things at the end of the evening.  On Saturday, the action moves to Hermann Park where the day-long car show will take place.  Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Center of the Nation Concert Association

The Center of the Nation Concert Association is a private, non-profit organization located in Belle Fourche, South Dakota.   It was established in 1992 by a group of citizens  who saw an opportunity for expanded cultural and entertainment performances for area resident.  For more information, visit their website,