Cheyenne has full summer of rodeos, festivals and concerts
Cheyenne, Wyoming, is open for business and ready to welcome you back when you’re ready to visit us! We have a full slate of events this summer to enjoy.
The 125th Daddy of ’em All, Cheyenne Frontier Days, returns after a one-year hiatus. The world’s largest outdoor rodeo and celebration of Western history and culture features nine PRCA rodeos and nine nights of musical and professional bull riding entertainment, along with an Indian Village, pancake breakfasts and parades. This year’s celebration is July 23-August 1.
The Wyoming Brewers Festival takes place every year on Father’s Day weekend. The 25th edition of the festival this summer features 25 craft breweries, live music and fun in the Cheyenne Depot Plaza.
The Hell on Wheels Rodeo and Chuck Wagon Dinner series is back for its second year, featuring an intimate rodeo setting and an authentic chuckwagon dinner to provide a true Western experience.
And the live music scene in Cheyenne is on fire! Several venues are open with concerts throughout the summer. With genres from Americana to punk to rock and country, a show for every taste can be found in Cheyenne this year.
For more information on Cheyenne, visit Cheyenne.org.