Today, more than 2,500 volunteers work around the calendar to produce an event that includes parades, pancake breakfasts, world-class concerts, chili and chuckwagon cook-offs, carnival, exhibits, Indian Village, military open houses and performances by the United States Air Force Thunderbirds, and of course the event that started it all nine Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) rodeos.
Cheyenne Frontier Days is a small community in and of itself for the better part of the month of July, and, complimented by a full-time staff of 15, the “community” works because of the volunteers who won’t let it be anything but the best.
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ hosts a number of commercial exhibitors each year. Put your business at the center of the action!
Join us as people from all over the world take in the sights and sounds of some of the top marching bands and horse-drawn vehicles in the country!
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is seeking performers of the National Anthem prior to each of our rodeos during the 123rd Daddy of ’em All®. Next year’s rodeo is July 20-28, 2019.
IT’S THE CHEYENNE THING TO DO… -Bill Dubois, a 2004 inductee in the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Hall of Fame and volunteer for more than four decades.
Without your generous support, we would be unable to maintain and improve our collections, enhance our exhibits and offer a wide array of cultural events throughout the year. Join us and help preserve the spirit and history of the American West!
I’m thirteen and I am from Cheyenne. I’ve been a Boy Scout for three years now, and Cub Scouts since I was like six. We are out here catching pancakes. We do it every year. Corey Clever, Boy Scout and Pancake Breakfast Volunteer