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Have Fun in Cheyenne on the Weekends

weekendCheyenne has fun festivals that celebrate everything from great cultures to holidays, concerts from top recording artists and world-class musicians, to sporting events that include rodeo, roller derby, baseball and football. Find out what's going on all the time in Cheyenne at our Calendar of Events.

What's going on this weekend? Find out here!

   
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Weekend Events

Winter Farmers Market

April 3-5

The Cheyenne Winter Farmers’ Market on Saturday in the Depot Lobby features products grown, raised or crafted within 150 miles of Cheyenne, including all-natural beef, lamb, turkey, bison, farm fresh eggs, honey, along with locally crafted artisan breads, jams, jellies, tamales, empanadas, tortillas, soup and chili, jewelry, natural skin care, handmade wreaths, baskets and more.

chocolate indulgence

April 17-19

Indulge in chocolate wonderfulness with all kinds of chocoloate confections and concoctions at the Chocolate Indulgence Festival.

cheyenne symphony

April 24-26

Indulge in beautiful joyous music as the The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 9” and follows the concert with their Diamond Anniversary reception. 

9-5

May 1-3

This musical weekend featurse The Midtown Men and their favorite “Sixties Hits” from The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Motown, The Four Seasons and more.

The Cheyenne Little Theater brings an iconic work movie to the theater with “9-5: The Musical.” This show is about elevators, legs and typewriters … lots and lots of typewriters. … and hot water, rolodexes, files, important looking doors and stabby things.

Trolley

May 8-10

The Cheyenne Street Railway Trolleys start their historical tours this weekend. A lot of fun, not to miss.

The summer series of Saturday Night Races also begins this weekend at the Big Country Speedway.

Depot

May 16-18

Depot Days weekend features trains, model trains and rail art.

Also this weekend is the Mineral, Fossil, Gem & Rock Show, the Master Gardener's plant sale and the Yiddish Food Festival.

pine bluffs rodeo

May 22-24

The start of rodeo season is heralded in Friday night with the =G Rodeo Series in Pine Bluffs and features barrel racing, roping, goat tying and bull riding. Other rodeo nights are June 12 & 26 and July 10, 17 & 31.

Gunslingers

June 5-7

This weekend signals the beginning of the Gunslingers Gunfights in downtown Cheyenne. A lot of fun for the kiddos and parents alike. Just two blocks to the east in Depot Plaza is the Hispanic Festival, with food, music and a car show. Take a tour of lower downtown on a horse-drawn carriage. This Friday night is also the first of the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown. 

celtic festival

June 12-13

The Celtic Music Festival features great Scottish and Irish fun, with genealogy vendors, music, dancing and a calling of the clans.

The first night features music from the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown.

On Friday, head 40 miles east to the =G Rodeo Series in Pine Bluffs, which features barrel racing, roping, goat tying and bull riding. Other rodeo nights are June 26 and July 10, 17 and 31.  

brewers festival

June 19-21

Celebrate Suds at the Wyoming Brewers Festival and taste more than 40 different Wyoming and Front Range brews.

This weekend also features a step back into Wyoming history with the Hell On Wheels action shooting championship as participants dress up in late 19th Century garb and show off their gun skills.

Friday night also features music from the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown.

superday

June 26-28

One of the funnest days of the year is Saturday at Lions Park as the city shows up to have a Superday together. Rides, games, contests, exhibits, carnival, food, entertainment, arts & crafts show.

Friday night also features music from the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown. 

On Friday night, head 40 miles east to the =G Rodeo Series in Pine Bluffs, which features barrel racing, roping, goat tying and bull riding. Other rodeo nights are July 10, 17 and 31.  

fireworks

July 3-4

A show featuring music leading up to dark and then 20 minutes of massive fireworks set to music on the Fourth of July.

Have fun Friday night downtown with the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown.

bit o wyo

July 10-12

Enjoy steak and a show at the Bit-O-Wyo Ranch and celebrate small-town Wyoming at Albin Day.

You can also boo at the villain and cheer for the hero at the Old-Fashioned Melodrama in downtown's Atlas Theater.

On Friday night, head 40 miles east to the =G Rodeo Series in Pine Bluffs, which features barrel racing, roping, goat tying and bull riding. Other rodeo nights are July 17 and 31.  

CFD Barrel Racer

July 17-26

Cheyenne Frontier Days is 10 days of fun-filled family activities! PRCA rodeos, parades, pancake breakfasts, night shows, Indian Villiage, USAF Thunderbirds Air Show, carnival midway and more!

Both Friday nights features free music downtown on the Depot Plaza and the Fridays on the Plaza music series, which runs through September 4 downtown.

During the week is the Rhythm by the Rails music series on the Depot Plaza. 

On Friday night, head 40 miles east to the =G Rodeo Series in Pine Bluffs, which features barrel racing, roping, goat tying and bull riding. The final rodeo night is July 31.  

Fair

August 7-9

The Laramie County Fair & Rodeo features 4H, FFA and Open Class Exhibits.

Ribfest

August 14-16

The 17th Street Arts Festival features artisans from around the region showcasing their talents.

The same weekend features the Kiwanis Rib Fest with traveling teams competing for top title.

Horseback Riding at Terry Bison Ranch

August 21-23

Go on a horseback ride through the rolling hills of the Bit-O-Wyo Ranch, through the Bison Herd of Terry Bison Ranch, or have the folks at Pine Ranch bring the horses to you, so you can explore anywhere you want in Laramie County like an old-fashioned cowboy.

fridays

September 4-6

Spend Labor Day with Man's Best Friend at the Cheyenne Kennel Club Dog Show

Friday night is the final Fridays on the Plaza music performance on the downtown Depot Plaza. 

greek festival

September 11-13

The Greek Festival lets you enjoy the taste of authentic Gyros, Kalamari, Souvlakia...and the delicious assortment of Greek pastries as well as Greek dancing and the Taverna.

Zombie Fashion

September 18-20

Zombiefest is Cheyenne's first and only zombie-centric festival! Featuring a zombie prom, zombie walk, famous zombies and more! Everything is downtown, with the Depot Plaza as the focus of the undead.

Dubie Rodeo

October 9-11

The Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo is a three-day rodeo at Laramie County Community College featuring top collegiate rodeo talent.

Ghost tours

October 16-18

Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley's Ghost Tours is a perfect complement to the Knights of Pythias Haunted House, which has been voted the best Haunted House in the region.

newsletter santa

November 27-29

Kick off the Holiday Season with the Christmas Parade & Craft Show in downtown cheyenne. The parade features 100+ Lighted floats decorate the downtown area and is highlighted with the arrival of Santa and the lighting of the City’s Christmas Tree.

Christmas House

December 4-6

Christmas House lets you tour one of the city's finer homes and also shop for lots of homemade goodies and crafts. A great way to wrap-up your Christmas shopping!

christmas parade

December 17-19

Get in the Christmas spirit during the 90-minute Christmas Light Tour with the Cheyenne Railway Trolley.

Ball Drop

December 31-January 3

Ring in the New Year with a party in the Depot Lobby, a children's party and very own New Years' Eve Ball Drop at 6 p.m. and the adult celebration at midnight in the Depot Plaza with a Ball Drop and fireworks display.

   
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