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Music On Main Returns Next Week

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BOZEMAN -

People driving on Main Street in downtown Bozeman will have to take a detour every Thursday night starting next week.

That's because Bozeman's Music on Main returns to the city, blocking off the street between Black and Rouse Avenues.

This will be the 14th year for the event.

There will be kids activities every week 6:30 to 8 p.m. and live music for everybody until 8:30.

"We have a great line up for 2013," said Ellie Staley, Downtown Bozeman Association.  "As always we have some local favorites, lots of touring bands and a lot of different types of music."

Popular local band, The Clintons, will take the stage next week.

Music on Main is every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 until August 15. The event is free to the public.

To see a complete list of bands and a sample of their music, click here.

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