Food, Movies and Rodeo on Tap This Summer in Wyoming
Cheyenne Frontier Days – Cheyenne
This one-of-a-kind celebration has been a Wyoming staple since 1897. Nicknamed the “Daddy of ‘Em all,” Cheyenne Frontier Days is the largest outdoor rodeo in the world. The event takes place during the last full week of July and features rodeos, night shows, carnival rides, food and much more.
Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days – Wind River Reservation
The Annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days happens in June. This three-day celebration highlights Native American culture and is open to all. Enjoy the beautiful powwows, drums and vendors.
Fort Bridger Rendezvous – Fort Bridger
The first weekend in September celebrates Fort Bridger Rendezvous. Learn about the fur trade era while exploring Fort Bridger Historic Site. One of the largest rendezvous in the nation, you will find great food, historical demonstrations and more.
Chugwater Chili Cookoff – Chugwater
Join in the fun of this chili cookoff in Chugwater every June. Come enjoy all types and levels of spice in this cooking competition, plus kids’ games, a car show, a rodeo, live entertainment and more.
Wyo Film Festival – Sheridan
This film festival takes place the last weekend of September. Immerse yourself in this amazing community while enjoying films.
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