Alliance of Tribal Tourism Advocates (ATTA), in partnership with Main Street Square presents He Sapa Center for Performing Arts Northern Plains Art Market, every Tuesday from June 9 to Sept. 1 (except Tuesday, July 21). This event includes American Indian Artists, Native jewelry, music, dance and storytelling. "Telling our story through cultural arts."
The Main Street Square Concert Series at Main Street Square will be bigger and better in 2015, with a wide variety of musical acts hitting the stage on Thursday nights from May 28 to Sep. 10.
On Thursday, Sept. 3, Judd Hoos will take the stage from 6 to 9 p.m. Judd Hoos is a rock cover band.
The Regional Health KidZone is bigger and better this year with inflatables, magic shows, games and more. PLUS, Main Street Square will have kids activities, the Main Street Square Fun Express mini train and The Outdoor Campus-Wests rock climbing wall.
Join us in Downtown Rapid City on Thursdays this summer for the Main Street Square Concert Series featuring live bands, activities, food, and an assortment of refreshments at beverage garden. Enjoy two different genres of music every week, one on the Main Street Square stage at Sixth and Main St., and the other on the Summer Nights stage at Seventh and St. Joseph St.
The Main Street Square Concert Series Entertainment Co-Sponsor is Firehouse Brewing Company. The Weekly Entertainment Co-Sponsor is MG Oil.
For more event details, visit here.
Join the Black Hills Area Council September 5th at Main Street Square from 9 am to noon for the kickoff to our "Join Scouting Week!" This exciting event will include Scouting activities, games and fun as you learn about how to get your child involved in Scouting. You will hear from parents and local business leaders on how Scouting changes lives and how you can participate! Come see us on Saturday, Sept. 5, as you Build An Adventure! For more information, please contact Garrett Sausen at 605.342.2824 or by email at Garrett.Sausen@scouting.org.
This Labor Day weekend Downtown Rapid City is the place to be as Main Street Square hosts an all-ages show featuring the talents of the 176 Keys Fun Pianos. For event details, visit www.mainstreetsquarerc.com.
Visit with sculptor Masayuki Nagase at his work site at Main Street Square. This summer, Yuki is carving the granite stones of the Black Hills Garden along Sixth Street. Each Thursday at noon the artist opens up his workshop and welcomes visitors to talk about his work and his process behind Passage of Wind and Water. Read more about the artist and the project at rcsculptureproject.com and follow us on Facebook.