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Top Events and Festivals

Annual Western Spirit Art Show & Sale 
Mar 4 -Apr 16, 2017.  Old West Museum, 4610 N Carey Ave. Over 100 artists from across the Western U.S. with 300 pieces of original Western art, including oil, bronze, pastel, watercolor, ceramic, photography, printmaking, mixed media and pencil pieces. Art sales support year-round arts and education programs at the CFD Old West Museum. oldwestmuseum.org/western_spirit.asp 307-778-7290 

Depot Days- Cheyenne Train Weekend
May 20-21, 2017.  Depot Days takes place at the Cheyenne Depot Sat & Sun, with exhibits and tours of the historic UP roundhouse and WASATCH RR Contractors. The Sherman Hill Model Railroad Show is at the Frontier Park Exhibition Hall, Fri-Sun.  A trolley will escort people to and from the steam shop, with departures scheduled every 30 minutes from in front of the Depot. Union Pacific Steam Shop is open for public viewing. 307-632-3905 DEPOT or SHMRRA 307-630-3029.  

Fridays On The Plaza (Runs through first Friday of September)
Fridays, June 2-Sep 1, 2017.  5:30-8p. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, 15th & Capitol Ave. Chairs are provided. No pets please. Vendors sell food, lemonade, soft drinks and beer. 307-633-3145  

Hispanic Festival  
June 2-3, 2017.  Celebrate Hispanic culture with educational exhibits, games, mariachis, art exhibits, food & craft vendors, piñatas & other kid friendly activities,food, beer, 50/50 raffle, drawings and car show. Live music! Dance performances!  Cheyenne Depot Plaza, 15th & Capitol Ave. Free. cheyennehispanicfestival.com  

Celtic Festival 
June 9-10, 2017.  Bagpipers, clan displays, workshops, dance performances, specialty beers (Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks), scotch tasting, and food & craft vendors. Free. Cheyenne Depot Plaza, 15th & Capitol Ave. 307-632-3905  

Wyoming Brewers Festival 
June 16-17, 2017.  Serving up two days of great fun, good beer and tasty food. More than 75 brews, 30+ regional & national brewers offering specialty beers. Musical entertainment.  Beer tokens can be purchased. Designated drivers get discounted entry fees (but no beer tokens). Depot Plaza. 307-632-3905  

June 25, 2017.  Lions Park is full of fun things to see and do! Arts & crafts show, rides, live music, games, contests, exhibits, carnival, vendors, live entertainment. 10K/5K run/walk, judo tournament, volleyball tournament. Special Friends Duck Derby at 2p-win a million bucks! 100 show cars on display. Free.  Lions Park, 8th and Carey Avenues. 307-637-6423  

Cheyenne Frontier Days 
July 21-30, 2017.  Cheyenne Frontier Days takes place the last full week of July.  The world’s largest rodeo includes ten days of rodeo action, parades, pancake breakfasts, the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, and the hottest concert acts.1-800-22-RODEO  

Old Fashioned Melodrama
July 21-30, 2017.  Entertainment for the entire family!  Cheer for the hero & boo at the villain. 7p. Atlas Theater, 211 West Lincolnway. 307-638-6543  

Bit-O-Wyo Horse Barn Dinner Show
Bit-O-Wyo Ranch, 470 Happy Jack Road. Your evening begins at 6p when the Horse Barn Opens. You will have an opportunity to meet the Bit-O-Wyo Horses, and around 6:30p there’s a cowboy steak dinner with all the fixings, then enjoy The Blue Water Cowboy Band and some great Cowboy Comedy! Kids under 7 are free. Make reservations at 307-638-6924.  

Cheyenne Arts Festival
Aug 18-20, 2017.  Designed to showcase and celebrate local creativity in all its forms and to provide Cheyenne residents and visitors with a unique arts-related experience, the festival is organized by Arts Cheyenne, with programming and logistics support from the Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority, the Dinneen Family and a host of enthusiastic volunteers.  The two-day festival features dozens of juried visual and performance artists from around the region, workshops for young people to learn about their artistic talents, and activities for the entire family.  

Greek Festival 
Authentic Greek food, flea market, Greek music and dancing. Friday 5-11 pm, and Saturday 11 am to 8 pm.  Authentic Greek food, flea market, Greek music and dancing. Lamb or chicken lunch/dinner both days. Free admission and parking Cheyenne Frontier Days Exhibit Hall, Eighth and Dey Avenues. 307-635-5929

From The Historic Atlas Theatre, the Depot Plaza, the Hynds Building and all around the downtown Cheyenne area zombies will overrun the city. (513) 218-1226  

Street Railway Ghost Tours  
Oct 21-23 & 28-30, 2016.  Expect numerous bumps in the night as the Trolley travels through the haunted highways and paranormal passages of Cheyenne. Hear chilling tales of our local haunts. The only chills you'll get is up and down your back as the Trolleys are enclosed and heated. 307-778-3133

Christmas Parade
Nov 26, 2016.  Downtown on Capitol and Carey Avenues.  The parade features more than 100 brightly illuminated floats, horse drawn wagons, bands, antique autos, dancers, performers and colorful marching groups. The parade lasts over an hour and is considered one of the finest Christmas Parades in the Rocky Mountain area.  307-638-3388

Street Railway Holiday Light Tours
Dec 11-24, 2016.  Start at the west end of Frontier Mall, 1400 E Dell Range, and go all around town. The best holiday homes are on display around town, with lots of twinkling lights and lawn decorations. Tickets may be purchased with a credit card at 307-778-3133.

New Year's Eve Ball Drop   
Dec 31, 2016.  Depot Plaza, 121 W 15th St. A fully lit ball is suspended 75 feet in the air and drops at midnight. While waiting for the New Year, people gather in the Depot Plaza to enjoy music. Then, when the ball drops, the plaza fills with sounds of Auld Lang Syne and fireworks. 307-778-3133

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