Designed by legendary Bozeman architect Fred Willson, the Armory was constructed in 1941 to house the Bozeman National Guard units of Montana’s 163rd infantry and is listed on the National Registry of History places. Renovation work began in 2019; its integrity and aesthetic have been thoughtfully restored, retaining 98% of the original structure. Today, the band stage and expansive music hall in which crowds once gathered to hear live music have been reborn for a new era as the Armory Music Hall.
With VIP balconies and standing room accommodating up to 700 people, the Armory Music Hall will be a gathering place for locals and visitors to eat, drink and enjoy live music. This soaring venue will be reserved for headlining concerts, weddings, and large-scale events. Learn more about private events here.