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'Yellowstone Live' To Wow At The Emerson

Lovers of America's first national park invited to free NatGeo event Sunday night at Emerson in Bozeman

How can you escape the summer crowds and wildlife jams of Yellowstone and still immerse yourself in the spectacular visuals of America’s oldest national park?

Beginning Sunday, National Geographic is launching a four-day primetime special titled “Yellowstone Live” that uses advanced film technology to showcase the wonders of the park like never before. And Mountain Journal readers are invited to attend a special free community launch party in Bozeman at the Emerson Cultural Center sponsored by the National Parks Conservation Association and Montana State University’s Veteran Services department.

Steamy geysers along at West Thumb near the shore of Yellowstone Lake. Photo courtesy National Parks Conservation Association
Steamy geysers along at West Thumb near the shore of Yellowstone Lake. Photo courtesy National Parks Conservation Association
If you have visitors in town for the Sweet Pea Festival or on summer vacation, bring them too for a multi-media experience they won’t forget involving one of the most respected magazines in the world. NatGeo’s Yellowstone Live broadcast is using 25 live cameras from 35 different locations. It starts at 6 pm and runs until 8:30 pm and is suitable for Yellowstone lovers of all ages.

Besides awe-inspiring images on the big screen, Rachel Caldwell, the Yellowstone wildlife program coordinator for the National Parks Conservation Association, says there will be light bites and beverages, plus a raffle of exclusive prizes from the National Geographic Society, Limestone Brand Distillery, Mountain Journal and others.
              
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