What Is It? Cheyenne Frontier Days dates all the way back to 1897, starting as a cowboy roundup. Today, it takes place over 10 days, featuring a daily rodeo, a carnival, parades, an Indian Village, a Western Art Show, and major concerts with big-name musicians.
Why Do It? This is one of the largest music/rodeo events in the world, known as the “Daddy of ’em All” for both quality and size. Even those who aren’t into rodeo will find plenty of fun to enjoy here.
Good to Know: While any style of clothing is fine, this is the perfect time to don that cowboy hat, flannel shirt, and a pair of boots to get into the Western spirit.