Cheyenne Frontier Days is celebrating its 125th Anniversary this month — and there’s even more to do at the world’s largest rodeo and Western celebration than usual.
Cheyenne Frontier Days isn't called the "Daddy of 'em All" for no good reason. The 10-day event based in the capital of the Cowboy State includes PRCA rodeo performances, PBR events, a grand parade, carnival, a chuckwagon cookoff, Native American dancing, concerts, and more. This year, organizers are adding a grand anniversary celebration — including a statue dedication honoring late cowboy and singer Chris LeDoux. Whether you're a Cheyenne Frontier Days veteran or a first-time visitor, there's plenty to do and see during your visit to the Magic City of the Plains.
Here are some things you don't want to miss.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Events
PBR Last Cowboy Standing
Old Frontier Town
Photography: (Rodeo) courtesy Visit Cheyenne, (All others) courtesy Cheyenne Frontier Days
Art & Culture
Quebec 1 Missile Alert Facility
Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum
Cheyenne Street Railway Trolley
Photography: courtesy Visit Cheyenne
Wine & Dine
The Paramount Ballroom
Freedom's Edge Brewing Co.
Vedauwoo Recreation Area
Terry Bison Ranch
Paul Smith's Children Village
Photography: (All images) courtesy Visit Cheyenne
Photography: (Cover image) courtesy Cheyenne Frontier Days