- Held the last Saturday of May every year. The event will run most of the day.
- From Antler auctions to fiddle playing and parades to microbrew tasting, there is fun for everyone.
- Takes place on the Town Square in the heart of Jackson Hole.
About Old West Days:
Come out and celebrate The Last of the Old West! You and the kids will enjoy a fabulous parade, see lots of entertaining people and activities and hear great music. There are rodeos with western cowboys and a famous shootout, in fact, the longest running shootout in the US.
When are the Old West Days?
Old West Days are held in late May each year.
Where do the events take place?
Downtown Jackson Hole is the place to be! The antler auction and Brew Fest happen on the town square with various activities in between. The Mountain Man Rendezvous takes place at Teton County Fairgrounds.
How much do they cost?
The event is free to browse. You may purchase breakfast tickets and tasting tickets for the Brewfest at the entrance to each event. Antler prices vary from vendor to vendor.
What else should I know about the Old West Days?
Delicious food is only the start! Watch mountain men compete in a bow and arrow competition. Meet some real western gunslingers and see poets and musicians perform. You'll love the street breakfast that runs until later in the morning, and you won't want to miss the line dancing and fiddles playing.
More information on the Jackson Hole Chamber Website.