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We’ve got rodeos, music festivals, parades, fried food, and even ice climbing – all in Wyoming. Check out the many fairs and festivals of the Cowboy State’s stunning summer season – from the Legend of Rawhide to Rawlins SummerFest and Wyoming's Big Show.
Held in late July, the Cheyenne Frontier Days is found in Frontier Park along Interstate 25. An annual Cheyenne event, CFD features a PRCA rodeo, the Western Art Show & Sale, the Grande Parade, and the Carnival Midway.
Scheduled for February, the Southfork Ice Festival is an annual waterfall ice-climbing event near Cody in northern Wyoming. Held on the Shoshone River and the Cody Auditorium, SIF also features live music, food, shopping, and more.
Set for Labor Day weekend, and found in southwestern Wyoming, Evanston Cowboy Days is an annual festival held in downtown Evanston, the Uinta County Fairgrounds, and Purple Sage Golf Course. Attendees enjoy rodeo events, shopping, food, and the Labor Day Parade.
Held in late June, the annual Donkey Creek Festival takes place at Gillette College in – you guessed it – Gillette. This two-day event features live indie music, the DCF Car & Motorcycle Show, a 5K run, disc golf tournament, and outdoor movies.
Found in late August, the annual Ride A Horse, Feed A Cowboy event takes place in downtown Hulett near Devils Tower National Monument. The festival features the Old West Cowboy & Indian Collectible Trade Show, the Broncs & Bulls Benefit Rodeo, and more – with all proceeds heading toward needy families.
An annual July event, Laramie Jubilee Days is found in downtown Laramie and the Albany County Fairgrounds. The festival yields PRCA and WPRA rodeo events, plus your usual carnival, parade, and the Mr. T Bull Riding Golf Tournament.
Also set for July, the Legend of Rawhide is held annually in Lusk at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds. Found in eastern Wyoming, this three-day event features car and motorcycle shows, royalty contests, marathons, dances, and parades.
A mid-July event, the annual Rawlins SummerFest is found in downtown Rawlins. The event features the Rawlins Jam, Outlaw Show N' Shine, night tours of Wyoming Frontier Prison, and film showings at Carbon County Museum – plus shopping, dancing, barbeque.
Spanning late July to early August, the Sweetwater County Fair is set in Rock Springs at the Sweetwater Events Complex. Referred to as Wyoming's Big Show, SCF offers the Brown's Amusements Carnival – plus rodeo and livestock shows, and country music concerts.
Happening in mid July, the WYO Rodeo is held in Sheridan at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Attendees enjoy PRCA and WPRA rodeo events, followed by WYO Rodeo Week – yielding parades, carnivals, golf tournaments, live music, and more.
Another of July’s events, the Platte County Fair & Rodeo is located in Wheatland at the Platte County 4-H Fairgrounds. Attendees enjoy livestock shows, rodeo events, food, games, and rides.