Summer CRAZY DAYS has been a Downtown Bozeman tradition for many many years and although it may not look like Crazy Days in the past, Downtown retailers and the Downtown Bozeman Association are working together to provide our customers this fun summer tradition and chance to support your favorite downtown retailers while we also reducing gathering and promoting proper Covid-19 safety measures.
If you plan to attend in-person, we suggestALL downtown CRAZY DAYS patrons to also be prepared and know “What to Bring” and “What to Expect” at CRAZY DAYS 2020. Please review the following:
WHAT TO BRING:
Face mask (MANDATORY inside all businesses & STRONGLY ENCOURAGED while walking on sidewalks in downtown) CLICK HERE for the Governor's Statewide Face Mask Mandate. CLICK HERE for mandatory face mask signage.
Credit/debit card (limited cash transactions at some businesses)
Water, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes
WHAT TO EXPECT (to help with social distancing, sanitation and congestion - inside and outside of businesses):
An Inside and Reduced-Capacity OR Online Only Summer Sale, July 17-19...with many retailers offering specials in-store and online through the following week.
Limited cash transactions, card-only purchasing possible
Fitting rooms closures possible
Lines may form; to allow spacing between customers and as businesses monitor capacity or return at a different time.
Please Note: businesses are participating at their own comfort levels and participation levels will vary
Please do not attend if you are feeling sick or have a fever
Please do not congregate around crosswalks, sidewalks, inside or outside of businesses
The event is FREE and open to the public and will go on rain or shine! Life is Downtown! For more information contact Downtown Bozeman Association at 406-586-4008.
ATTENTION PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES:
CLICK HERE for a Letter to Retailers, outlining the steps and precautions we suggest taking if you plan to participate in this sale weekend at any capacity. These recommendations are based on Gallatin County Health Department guidelines and retailer feedback.