Jackson Hole has long been referred to as “The Last of the Old West” and, with the area’s rich history, it’s no wonder Old West Days is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Jackson Hole, Wyoming is proud to host the 36th Annual Old West Days Celebration, May 27-30, 2016. Visitors from all over the country come to delight in the live music, theatrical entertainment, arts and crafts, delicious food, rodeo events, and much more. And we have the full schedule of events:

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FRIDAY, MAY 27

Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders’ Row – 9:00am-5:00pm at the Teton County Fairgrounds: Pre-1840 Mountain Men Celebration complete with a Traders Row, Candy Cannon, Bow & Arrow Competition, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatal Competition. For more information contact Betsy Johnson, 801.641.9451.

Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum Free Walking Tour – 10:30am - Meet at the center of Town Square for this fun and educational tour of historic downtown Jackson.  

Kickoff at the Bar J – 7:00pm at the Bar J Chuckwagon with Nationally Acclaimed Bar J Wranglers: You’ll be served up a truly western style chuckwagon dinner and enjoy-world class cowboy entertainment!  Reservations Recommended. 307.733.3370.

SATURDAY, MAY 28

Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders’ Row – 9:00am-5:00pm at the Teton County Fairgrounds: Pre-1840 Mountain Men Celebration complete with a Traders Row, Candy Cannon, Bow & Arrow Competition, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatal Competition. For more information contact Betsy Johnson, 801.641.9451.

Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum Information Booth - 9:00am-12:00pm on Town Square

36th Annual Old West Days Parade – 10:00am on Town Square: One of the last and best horse-drawn parades of the Old West! Enjoy mountain men, vintage vehicles, covered wagons, and the legendary gathering of gunslingers of the West!

Indians of the Greater Yellowstone Museum - 10:00am: Opens for the summer season on the corner of Glenwood & Deloney.

Old Town Entertainment – 11:00am-3:30pm on Town Square: Country Western Music, Kids Crafts & Activities, a Mechanical Buffalo, Demonstrations, Cowboy Poetry, Line Dancers, and a Cowpoke Rodeo!

Old West Brew Fest  – 11:00am- 5:00pm on Town Square: Try a sampling of an age-old craft. Enjoy a variety of beers from regional breweries. Entrance is free and beers may be traded for wooden nickels purchased at the entrance. Each token is $1. One token = one taste. Individual tokens are perfect for people who would like to swing in after the parade for a sample or two. There are special $10 and $20 packages for those who are planning to enjoy a larger variety of breweries. Commemorative mugs are $5. If you have a vintage OWD mug, remember to bring it along to help reduce waste! This event has become one of the biggest Old West Days attractions. More than a dozen regional craft breweries will gather under one tent on Jackson Town Square offering their best beers to tasters and asking for their vote, with the coveted Golden Boot Award going to the brew with the most votes. RSVP and invite your friends via Facebook! Click here.

Stage Coach Rides – 11:00am- 5:00pm:  Stage Coach Rides around historic downtown Jackson tickets are $6 Adult, $4 Child.

Jackson Hole Shootout – 6:00pm on Town Square: Shootout gang on the Town Square, the longest running shootout in the country, since 1957. To learn more about the Shoot Out Gang, click here.

Jackson Hole Shootout Street Dance – 6:30-9:00pm Under the tent on Deloney: Join the Shootout gang and members of the JH Playhouse for an Old West Street Dance on the Town Square. Never Sweat will be playing all night long! All ages welcome. For more information, please call 307.733.6994.

Jackson Hole Rodeo – 8:00pm at Teton County Fairgrounds: This is the real thing pardner, the original American sport of authentic ranch skills. 307.733.7980.

SUNDAY, MAY 29

Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders’ Row – 9:00am-5:00pm at Teton County Fairgrounds: Pre-1840 Mou [Mountain Man] ntain Men Celebration complete with a Traders Row, Candy Cannon, Bow & Arrow Competition, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatal Competition. For more information contact Betsy Johnson, 801.641.9451.

Wyoming Cowboy Church – 10:00am on Town Square: Join us for a good old fashion, non-denominational service with long-time local Phillip Wilson under the tent on Deloney.

Stage Coach Rides - 11:00am-5:00pm: Stage Coach Rides around historic downtown Jackson. $6 Adult $4 Child

Free Historical Downtown Walking Tour - 2:00pm: Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum will meet in the center of Town Square.

MEMORIAL DAY: MONDAY, MAY 30

Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders’ Row – 9:00am-5:00pm at Teton County Fairgrounds: Pre-1840 Mountain Men Celebration complete with a Traders Row, Candy Cannon, Bow & Arrow Competition, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatal Competition. For more information, please contact the booshway, Betsy Johnson, 801.641.9451.

Mountain Man Memorial Day Ceremony – 9:00am at Teton County Fairgrounds

Americal Legion Memorial Service – 10:00am on Town Square - Memorial Day ceremonies at the flagpole

Stage Coach Rides - 11:00am-5:00pm: Stage Coach Rides around historic downtown Jackson. $6 Adult $4 Child

Jackson Hole Shootout – 6:00pm on Town Square: Shootout Gang on the Town Square, the longest running shootout in the country, since 1957.

The Mountain Man Rendezvous and Traders Row: May 21-May 20, 2016

9:00am-5:00pm Daily: Experience history with a modern twist! Traders Row will feature refreshments and hand-crafted goods along with interactive competitions featuring Bow & Arrow, Hawk & Knife Competition, and Atlatl. The Mountain Man Rendezvous traditionally begins ElkFest weekend and continues through Old West Days. For more information, please contact the booshway, Betsy Johnson, 801.641.9451. Click here

If you would like more information, please contact the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, info@jacksonholechamber.com or 307.733.3316. Download the pdf brochure for a map and more informaton. Click here.

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