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  1. Joseph Hall’s Elvis “Red, White & Blue Suede Shoes.”

    July 2, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ United Wireless Conference Center

    Back by popular demand, Joseph Hall captures the King beautifully. Come out and remember the music of Elvis with this young artist. All seats are general admission, doors open at 6:00 PM. Brought to you by the Boot Hill Casino

  2. Joseph Hall’s Elvis “Red, White & Blue Suede Shoes.”

    July 3, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ United Wireless Conference Center

    Back by popular demand, Joseph Hall captures the King beautifully. Come out and remember the music of Elvis with this young artist. All seats are general admission, doors open at 6:00 PM. Brought to you by the Boot Hill Casino

  3. WORLD OF OUTLAWS Sprint Car Series Boot Hill Showdown

    July 3, 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM @ Dodge City Raceway Park

    The Outlaws roll into Dodge City on July 3 and 4, 2015 ready for a shootout in the legendary old west town. Last season fireworks flew early as Paul McMahan tangled with Sammy Swindell, but it was Daryn Pittman who came out on top and swept the Boot Hill Showdown by winning on both nights. Join the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and celebrate Independence Day under the lights at Dodge City Raceway Park. Purchase a 2 Day package and receive a FREE fan pit pass. For event information visit www.woosprint.com. Ticket Hotline:(844) DIRT TIX (347-8849)

  4. Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration

    July 4, All Day @ Boot Hill Museum

    Deputizing, can-can lessons, kids games, watermelon feed; gunfight reenactments, country-style dinner (tickets required); and special show with the Long Branch Variety Show and Dodge City Cowboy Band! And you'll be done in time to catch the Fireworks extravaganza at Memorial Stadium.

  5. Downtown Farmer's Market

    July 4, 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Historic Downtown Dodge City

    Support local agriculture and buy direct from the Downtown Farmers’ Market. The Downtown Farmers’ Market showcases Dodge City area producers offering fresh fruit, vegetables and so much more every Saturday, June – October. You’ll find fresh herbs, beautiful flowers, farm fresh eggs, handmade crafts, an endless selection of baked goods, and much more. The Dodge City Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday in June through October from 7 am to 12 noon along Front Street between 3rd & 2nd Avenue in Downtown Dodge City.

  6. Firecracker 5K and 1 Mile walk

    July 4, 7:30 AM @ YMCA

    Dodge City Young Life 5K and 1 Mile walk. Registration at SWFTR facebook, or email djoseph10@hotmail.com

  7. WORLD OF OUTLAWS Sprint Car Series Boot Hill Showdown

    July 4, 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM @ Dodge City Raceway Park

    The Outlaws roll into Dodge City on July 3 and 4, 2015 ready for a shootout in the legendary old west town. Last season fireworks flew early as Paul McMahan tangled with Sammy Swindell, but it was Daryn Pittman who came out on top and swept the Boot Hill Showdown by winning on both nights. Join the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and celebrate Independence Day under the lights at Dodge City Raceway Park. Purchase a 2 Day package and receive a FREE fan pit pass. For event information visit www.woosprint.com. Ticket Hotline:(844) DIRT TIX (347-8849)

  8. July 4th Fireworks

    July 4, 10:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Memorial Stadium

    the largest Fireworks display between Wichita & Denver caps off the days activities. Enjoy this fantastic display set to music in conjunction with Q97 FM Radio at 97.3

  9. Dodge City Cowboy Band Concert

    July 7, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wright Park Bandshell

    Enjoy the beauty of Wright Park and the beautiful music of this community band. The Dodge City Cowboy Band began playing in 1879 or 1880 to promote Dodge City, Kansas and the cattle interests of its citizens. Organized and first led by Chalk Beeson, owner of the Long Branch Saloon, the band dressed in traditional cowboy outfits including hats, bandanas, chaps and spurs. Beeson conducted with a revolver instead of a baton and the band became nationally known for its appearance as well as the high quality of the music. This band is still in existing composed of community musicians and their quality of music is just as high. You'll be entertained in the great Dodge City Style!

  10. Pleasant Hill School House Ribbon Cutting

    July 9, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame

    The Legend of Learning Lives On.

  11. Treasure Island

    July 9, 7:15 PM - 11:00 PM @ Depot Theater

    This is the first adaptation of Treasure Island with great parts both male and female performers. Inspired by real-life female adventurers, Phil Willmott has changed the gender of several of the central characters without compromising the spirit of Stevenson's classic novel. Pirates, treasure maps, and Long John Silver mean this show is chock full of action. This swashbuckling adventure takes to the seven seas with parts for 22 characters ranging from youth to adults.

  12. The Harvey Girls

    July 10, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  13. Treasure Island

    July 10, 7:15 PM - 11:00 PM @ Depot Theater

    This is the first adaptation of Treasure Island with great parts both male and female performers. Inspired by real-life female adventurers, Phil Willmott has changed the gender of several of the central characters without compromising the spirit of Stevenson's classic novel. Pirates, treasure maps, and Long John Silver mean this show is chock full of action. This swashbuckling adventure takes to the seven seas with parts for 22 characters ranging from youth to adults.

  14. Downtown Farmer's Market

    July 11, 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Historic Downtown Dodge City

    Support local agriculture and buy direct from the Downtown Farmers’ Market. The Downtown Farmers’ Market showcases Dodge City area producers offering fresh fruit, vegetables and so much more every Saturday, June – October. You’ll find fresh herbs, beautiful flowers, farm fresh eggs, handmade crafts, an endless selection of baked goods, and much more. The Dodge City Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday in June through October from 7 am to 12 noon along Front Street between 3rd & 2nd Avenue in Downtown Dodge City.

  15. The Harvey Girls

    July 11, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  16. Treasure Island

    July 11, 7:15 PM - 11:00 PM @ Depot Theater

    This is the first adaptation of Treasure Island with great parts both male and female performers. Inspired by real-life female adventurers, Phil Willmott has changed the gender of several of the central characters without compromising the spirit of Stevenson's classic novel. Pirates, treasure maps, and Long John Silver mean this show is chock full of action. This swashbuckling adventure takes to the seven seas with parts for 22 characters ranging from youth to adults.

  17. Dodge City Cowboy Band Concert

    July 14, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wright Park Bandshell

    Enjoy the beauty of Wright Park and the beautiful music of this community band. The Dodge City Cowboy Band began playing in 1879 or 1880 to promote Dodge City, Kansas and the cattle interests of its citizens. Organized and first led by Chalk Beeson, owner of the Long Branch Saloon, the band dressed in traditional cowboy outfits including hats, bandanas, chaps and spurs. Beeson conducted with a revolver instead of a baton and the band became nationally known for its appearance as well as the high quality of the music. This band is still in existing composed of community musicians and their quality of music is just as high. You'll be entertained in the great Dodge City Style!

  18. The Harvey Girls

    July 17, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  19. Downtown Farmer's Market

    July 18, 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Historic Downtown Dodge City

    Support local agriculture and buy direct from the Downtown Farmers’ Market. The Downtown Farmers’ Market showcases Dodge City area producers offering fresh fruit, vegetables and so much more every Saturday, June – October. You’ll find fresh herbs, beautiful flowers, farm fresh eggs, handmade crafts, an endless selection of baked goods, and much more. The Dodge City Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday in June through October from 7 am to 12 noon along Front Street between 3rd & 2nd Avenue in Downtown Dodge City.

  20. Prairie Fire WIngs & Beer

    July 18, 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ United Wireless Arena

    It's about that time for Wings & Beer again! This summer, the United Wireless Arena will host their annual event Prairie Fire Wings & Beer with special guest The Mishaps as the entertainment! There will be a variety of vendors showcasing their delicious wings recipe once again and your admission fee buys you an unlimited amount of wings! Visit the United Wireless Arena to purchase your tickets

  21. The Harvey Girls

    July 18, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  22. Third Annual Modified Stampede at DCRP

    July 18, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Dodge City Raceway Park

    Satisfy your need for speed and cheer on your favorite driver. IMCA Modifieds ($1,200 to win), IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stocks and Hobby Stocks all at this premier track.

  23. Dodge City Cowboy Band Concert

    July 21, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wright Park Bandshell

    Enjoy the beauty of Wright Park and the beautiful music of this community band. The Dodge City Cowboy Band began playing in 1879 or 1880 to promote Dodge City, Kansas and the cattle interests of its citizens. Organized and first led by Chalk Beeson, owner of the Long Branch Saloon, the band dressed in traditional cowboy outfits including hats, bandanas, chaps and spurs. Beeson conducted with a revolver instead of a baton and the band became nationally known for its appearance as well as the high quality of the music. This band is still in existing composed of community musicians and their quality of music is just as high. You'll be entertained in the great Dodge City Style!

  24. Dodge City Days 2015

    July 24 - August 2 @ Dodge City

    Dodge City Days is a 10-day celebration in one of the country last remaining Wild West towns, Dodge City (July 24-August 2). With a western theme, event highlights include the top-rated Dodge City Days Rodeo, classic car show, arts and craft show, KidFest, professional barbeque contest, a live cattle drive, a western parade more. The festival kicks off on July 24, with the Boot Hill Bull Fry and Bash. The Parade and Barbeque kicks the festival into high gear on Saturday, July 25. Then hold on to your hats, it’s a wild ride!

  25. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 24, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel, and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  26. Little Smokies Kids Q Competition

    July 24, 3:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Come see our littlest barbeque enthusiasts show off their culinary skills at the Dodge City Days first ever Little Smokies Kids Q Competition. For more information or to enter the competition (ages 6015) contact the Chamber at 620-227-3119

  27. Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 24, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2015 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  28. Chuckwagon Dinner

    July 24, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ United Wireless Arena Conference Center

    Call now to make reservations for a table. Call 620-371-7810 or 620-371-7835.

  29. The Harvey Girls

    July 24, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  30. Boot Hill Bull Fry and Bash

    July 24, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Boot Hill Museum

    Boot Hill Museum will celebrate the 14th Annual Bull Fry & Bash along with their sponsors: Pepsi, Q-97 & Z98. Tickets include admission and all-you-can-eat. The menu: calf fries, beef brisket, Sally's Potatoes N Onions, coleslaw, baked beans, Pepsi, and iced tea. Alcohol is sold separately. Proceeds benefit Boot Hill Museum. Event shirts will be available.

  31. First Responder Night at DCRP

    July 24, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Dodge City Raceway Park

    Satisfy your need for speed and cheer on your favorite driver. URSS Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds, IMCA Stocks & Hobby Stocks all at this premier track.

  32. Central Station Street Dance

    July 24, 9:30 PM - July 25, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    How about a first ever "Dodge City Days Red Dirt Friday?" Not just one great group, but three in one night. We have Crooks, Shane Smith & the Saints, and then Sam Riggs.

  33. Dodge City Days 5K and 1 Mile Shoot Out

    July 25, 6:30 AM @ 2nd and Gunsmoke

    Come enjoy some exercise before the parade. Run or walk a 5K or a 1 mile or be energetic and participate in both! Entry fee received by July 20th is $20 and you can participate in both. After July 20th, the entry fee will be $25. For an entry form call or email.

  34. Downtown Farmer's Market

    July 25, 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Historic Downtown Dodge City

    Support local agriculture and buy direct from the Downtown Farmers’ Market. The Downtown Farmers’ Market showcases Dodge City area producers offering fresh fruit, vegetables and so much more every Saturday, June – October. You’ll find fresh herbs, beautiful flowers, farm fresh eggs, handmade crafts, an endless selection of baked goods, and much more. The Dodge City Farmer’s Market is open every Saturday in June through October from 7 am to 12 noon along Front Street between 3rd & 2nd Avenue in Downtown Dodge City.

  35. Lewis Automotive Two Man MGA Golf Tournament

    July 25, 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM @ Mariah Hills Golf Course

    This tournament is sponsored by Lewis Automotive and the Men's Golf Association. For more information, please contact 620-225-8182.

  36. Dodge City Days Western Parade

    July 25, 9:30 AM @ Civic Center to Dodge City Roundup Arena

    We present to you the 55th Dodge City Days Western Parade. The parade marshal this year is General Scott Kindsvater. Our theme this year, "A Tribute to Fort Dodge," promises to make great floats sponsored by local businesses and clubs. To participate in the parade, contact the Dodge City Chapter of Ambucs at 620-339-0194. Entry fee required. Awards will be posted on the dodgecitydays.com website and prizes will be available to pick up at the Chamber Office on Monday, July 27.

  37. The Nex-Tech Smokin' Saddles Official Barbeque Contest/Backyard Barbeque Contest

    July 25, 9:30 AM @ Wright Park

    The 2015 Nex-Tech Smokin' Saddles Barbeque Contest is sanctioned by the KCBS (Kansas City Barbeque Society) and Rocky Mountain Barbeque Association. This official cook off is entering its 25th year as the best BBQ in Southwest Kansas. Come see some of the best chefs in the West compete for over $10,000 awarded in cash and prizes. Join us for a day of barbeque and fun for the whole family. Famous BBQ food trucks from around Southwest Kansas will set up shop in Write Park and have delicious lunch options for the public to purchase. Please leave your pets at home.

  38. Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 25, 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2015 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective.

  39. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 25, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel, and El Vaquero Dining Room were part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  40. The Harvey Girls

    July 25, 6:15 PM - 10:30 PM @ Homestead Theater

    It's an ordinary day at the Harvey House Restaurant along the Santa Fe Railroad. The 20th century is just a couple of years away and six people on the staff of the restaurant are engaged in their usual struggles. That's the ordinary part of the day. Then we get word that there's an armed woman roaming around, having been part of a train holdup earlier that morning. This satirical play is fast moving and magnified. Think Moliere with a dose of the Coen brothers.

  41. Dodge City Days Kickoff Concert - Tracy Lawrence with James Otto

    July 25, 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Rodeo Arena

    Start your evening with some great country music from James Otto! Then stick around for one of the most recognizable voices of country music when Tracy Lawrence takes the stage! Ticket prices are $30 premium reserved seating , and $25 all other seating in the stands. Special limited seating on arena floor: Lawn chair seating (bring your own chairs) $50, and may be purchased by calling or visiting the Roundup offices, or online under "General Admission". A special beer garden will be set up inside the arena for those seated within the arena so you won't miss any of the concert! All tickets are $5 higher on the day of the concert and go on sale April 7th. For ticket information call 1-866-DCRODEO or 620-225-2244, or order online

  42. Central Station Street Dance

    July 25, 9:30 PM - July 26, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    The Official After-Party for Dodge City Days Concert....Jared Daniels Band! Always a crowd pleaser and a Central Station favorite. While you're rocking to the great band outside, don't forget to come in and check out Dee-Jay VIC spinning all the top hits of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. For advance ticket information call 620-225-1176. Look out for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds.

  43. Bull Riding at the Doctor's Office Bar

    July 25, 10:00 PM @ Doctor's Office Bar

    Think you have what it takes to be a bull rider? Come in and compete for the best time on our mechanical bull. Must be 21 or older.

  44. Lewis Automotive Two Man MGA Golf Tournament

    July 26, 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM @ Mariah Hills Golf Course

    Tournament sponsored by Lewis Automotive and the Men's Golf Association.

  45. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 26, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing int he State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  46. Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 26, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2015 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective.

  47. United Wireless International Park Festival

    July 26, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Wright Park

    The Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce's Multicultural Committee is hosting an International Park Festival that everyone will enjoy. Support your favorite local food trucks and vote in the festival's second annual Food Truck Wars. The park will be filled with culturally unique vendors for home goods, arts and crafts, snacks, entertainment, novelty items, and much more.

  48. Carnival in the Park

    July 26, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Wee Entertainment is owned and operated by Chris Williamson of Ford, KS. They feature family entertainment with carnival rides and games for all ages, children to adult. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday are bracelet nights, a single price for all rides.

  49. Carnegie Center for the Arts Movie in the Park

    July 26, 9:00 PM @ Eisenhower Park

    You're invited downtown to help celebrate Dodge City Days with a fun, outdoor movie watching experience of the movie "The Cowboys." This classic American Western is something the whole family will enjoy. Bring your family, friends, and lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy the show! A small concession stand with popcorn and drinks will be available for purchase.

  50. Bull Riding at the Doctor's Office Bar

    July 26, 10:00 PM @ Doctor's Office Bar

    Think you have what it takes to be a bull rider? Come in and compete for best time on our mechanical bull. Must be 21 or older.

  51. Western Art Show

    July 27, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank

    Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 22nd annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Colleen Sternberger. Her Fine Art Photography is printed on high quality archival materials and consists of various western scenes which include landscapes and wildlife. Meet her in person and view her limited edition art work in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Her prints are available for sale.

  52. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 27, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  53. First Person Enactor

    July 27, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    A first person enactor as Fred Harvey or a working Harvey Girl will guide you through the historic building and share stories of our railroad history. The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas.

  54. Marshal Allen Bailey and the Silver Bullets

    July 27, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    Join the Wild West historian, radio host, and singer/songwriter Marshal Allen Bailey and the Silver Bullets for a night of Wild West History, cowboy poetry, music and laughs. For more information, please contact Tara in the DCCC Foundation office at 620-227-9249.

  55. Southern Gospel Christian Concert

    July 27, 6:30 PM @ Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    The Armouraires Quartet will be back by popular demand at the 17th Annual Southern Gospel Christian Concert. This event is held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This event is a benefit performance for Manor of the Plains, Charitable Care Fund, which assists residents that have outlived their financial resources. Free will offerings will be accepted. A taco & tostada meal and Mexican Wedding Cake will be served from 5-6:15pm prior to the performances at the Cathedral Social Center. For more information, contact Kurt Lampe at 620-255-8726. For more information, please visit www.manoroftheplains.org or www.armourairesquartet.com

  56. Carnival in the Park

    July 27, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Wee Entertainment is owned and operated by Chris Wililamson of Ford, KS. They feature family entertainment with carnival rides and games for all ages, children to adult. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday are bracelet nights, a single price for all rides.

  57. Ignite-Fuel Your Soul!

    July 27, 7:00 PM @ United Wireless Arena Conference Center

    Ignite- Fuel Your Soul! is an explosive worship experience for EVERYONE! Spawned from a group of musicians with vision and hearts to see everyone come together as one body of believers and worship our God like never before. Powerful music! Powerful Praise! Come IGNITE and Fuel Your Soul! Contact info: Jeff and Nancy Mooradian at askvinnie@hotmail.com or msg us on www.facebook.com/ignitefuelyoursoul.

  58. Teen Dance

    July 27, 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM @ Hoover Pavilion-Wright Park

    Once again, Dodge City Community College along with Pepsi and Pizza Hut bring you the ever-popular Dodge City Days Teen Dance for kids 12-18 years old. Hang out with friends and enjoy music provided by our media sponsors Q-97, Z-98 and La Ke Buena. Security provided.

  59. PRCA Steer Roping

    July 28, 8:00 AM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    The fun begins at 8am with two rounds, as the competitors do their best to gain a top spot in the contest. Most of the world's best steer ropers will be here.

  60. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 28, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  61. First Person Enactor

    July 28, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    A first person enactor as Fred Harvey or a working Harvey Girl will guide you through the historic building and share stories of our railroad history. The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas.

  62. Kansas Anti-Horse Thief Societies Presentation

    July 28, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Dodge City Public Library

    Kansas was once the center of operations for many organized bands of horse thieves. In reaction, many independent anti-horse thief societies were formed, with the national Anti-Horse Thief Association especially strong in Kansas. By 1910 Kansas held the most members, was home to The Anti-Horse Thief Weekly News, and consistently had residents hold offices in the national order. So effective were these organizations that local law enforcement were often the first to join, and the Kansas Bank Commissioner called for their assistance to help fight bank robberies that plagued the state. PowerPoint. Presented by John Burchill. John is an author and criminal justice historian who teaches at Kansas Wesleyan University

  63. Mounted Color Guard

    July 28, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Fort Dodge- Parade Grounds

    The Fort Riley Commanding General's Mounted Color Guard provides a link to Fort Riley's historic past. Troopers and horse of this unit are outfitted in the uniforms, accoutrements and equipment of the Civil War period. Soldiers are detailed from the ranks of units assigned to Fort Riley and receive instruction from manuals used by Civil War cavalrymen. Privates and Officers recreate the colorful spectacle of the American Horse Solider. Live encampment, horseback demonstrations, and the formal presentation of colors.

  64. PRCA Steer Roping Final Round and Buckle Presentation

    July 28, 3:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  65. Pro-Am Team Roping

    July 28, 5:45 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  66. Saluting Our Troops

    July 28, 6:00 PM @ Fort Dodge- Eisenhower Park

    Dodge City Days 2015 is paying tribute to Fort Dodeg and its 150-year anniversary. The Salute the Troops event is a night dedicated to all those that serve in the armed forces of this great country, so we're having it at the Fort his year! There will be entertainment and food for all. The Dodge city Area Young Professionals will be hosting the annual hamburger feed in the Eisenhower Auditorium. The first 1500 people get a hamburger, chips, and Pepsi courtesy of National Beef, Pepsi, and Dillons Super Store. The evening's entertainment will include: the Dodge City Municipal Cowboy Band playing patriotic music beginning at 6:30pm, Fort Riley mounted color guard presentation, and much more!

  67. Carnival in the Park

    July 28, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Wee Entertainment is owned and operated by Chris Williamson of Ford, KS. They feature family entertainment with carnival rides and games for all ages, children to adult. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday are bracelet nights, a single price for all rides.

  68. Dodge City Cowboy Band Salutes our Troops!

    July 28, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Fort Dodge

    The Dodge City Cowboy Band began playing in 1879 or 1880 to promote Dodge City, Kansas and the cattle interests of its citizens. Organized and first led by Chalk Beeson, owner of the Long Branch Saloon, the band dressed in traditional cowboy outfits including hats, bandanas, chaps and spurs. Beeson conducted with a revolver instead of a baton and the band became nationally known for its appearance as well as the high quality of the music. This band still exists composed of community musicians and their quality of music is just as high. You'll be entertained in the great Dodge City Style! This concert is in conjunction with Dodge City Days and will salute our troops and the location is at Fort Dodge rather than their usual Wright Park Bandshell location.

  69. PRCA Extreme Bull Riding Tour

    July 28, 7:45 PM - 11:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Rodeo Arena

    The PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour showcases the PRCA’s top bull riders and some of the rankest bulls the world has to offer; Xtreme Bulls bull riders include the top bull riders from the PRCA World Standings as well as contestants who advance through Xtreme Bulls qualifying events. In Xtreme Bulls events, every contestant competes in the first round, with the top performers advancing to the final round. The winner of the two-head average after the final round earns the title for that Tour stop. Money won on the PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour counts toward the PRCA World Standings for bull riding, which determine the qualifiers for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, but it does not count toward the PRCA’s all-around standings.

  70. Central Station Street Dance

    July 28, 9:30 PM - July 29, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    Feeling like kicking up them heels after the DC Roundup Bull Riding Competition? Well bring them boots over to Central Station with NO COVER CHARGE night! Central Station Dee-Jay will play a bit of Country and a little bit of Red Dirt all night long. Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds.

  71. Dodge City Days PRCA Wrangler Pro Rodeo

    July 29 - August 2 @ Roundup Rodeo Arena

    The Roundup Rodeo is the premier event of the Festival. They call it the “Greatest Show on Dirt” and it’s hard to argue. Dodge City’s rodeo among the top rodeo events in the country and it attracts saddle-sore cowboys from all over. The timing of the Dodge City event brings the top competitors vying for points to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo in December in Las Vegas. The rodeo ticket office sells you the whole seat, but you really only need the edge of it. This year’s Rodeo begins on July 31, 2013 with the finals held on Sunday, August 4. You get to watch man pitted against animal whether it’s a twisting bull, a pitching bronc, or the horns of a steer. These cowboys demonstrate amazing skill as they hang on for the longest 8 seconds each evening. Imagine leaping off your trusty horse to wrestle a steer to the ground with your bare hands. Last years’ winner accomplished this task in less than 4 seconds! And then there’s the ladies, barrel racers become one with their

  72. First Person Enactor

    July 29, All Day @ Santa Fe Depot

    A first person enactor as Fred Harvey or a working Harvey Girl will guide you through the historic building and share stories of our railroad history. The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas.

  73. Fidelity State bank Chuckwagon Breakfast

    July 29, 6:30 AM - 8:30 AM @ Boot Hill Museum

    Fidelity State Bank (Member FDIC) employees will once again prepare and serve the ever so popular chuckwagon breakfast. This will be the 33rd consecutive year that Fidelity has sponsored this major event. Serving will begin at approximately 6:30am and will run through 8:30am. The breakfast menu will consist of scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, orange drink, milk, and all the coffee you want to drink.

  74. Slack (WPRA) Followed by PRCA Slack

    July 29, 8:00 AM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  75. Western Art Show

    July 29, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank

    Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 22nd annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Colleen Sternberger. Her Fine Art Photography is printed on high quality archival materials and consists of various western scenes which include landscapes and wildlife. Meet her in person and view her limited edition art work in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Her prints will be available for sale.

  76. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 29, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  77. Kansas Before Columbus Presentation

    July 29, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Boot Hill Museum

    This presentation looks at Kansas in the era before Columbus. Consider what was not here: no cities, no roads, no mechanization, no domestic animals other than the dog. It is easy to imagine that the small human communities that occupied Kansas for thousands of years would have existed in relative isolation, focused on hand-to-mouth existence—but nothing could be further from the truth. The prehistoric inhabitants of Kansas traveled widely, even to central Mexico; traded with the Pueblo people of the Southwest; and included people interested in such arcane subjects as meteors and meteorites and were part of a continent-wide intellectual tradition. Presented by Donald Blakeslee. Donald is an expert on prehistoric and early historic Plains life.

  78. Read 'Em Cowboy Program

    July 29, 2:00 PM @ Dodge City Public Library

    Hey 'Lil Buckaroos! How would you like to meet some Real Life Rodeo Cowboys? Now how about you meet them, and get to hear stories? Then this is the program for you! YeeHaw! Contact Miss Rozana at the library for any questions!

  79. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant

    July 29, 5:30 PM @ A&W

    Come meet the contestants as they serve as car hops and workers.

  80. Family Night Hamburger Feed/Fireworks Display

    July 29, 6:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    A great night of rodeo just got better. Your Wednesday night rodeo ticket and $3 get the best burger in town. (Must have rodeo ticket to attend hamburger feed)

  81. Youthville presents "Special Rodeo"

    July 29, 6:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Youthville "Special Rodeo" allows chidlren with special needs to be part of the famous Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo-A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, Silver Series. The children will be teamed with professional rodeo contestant.

  82. Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo

    July 29, 7:45 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo-A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, ProRodeo Hall of Fame/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ford County Night/Fireworks Extravaganza. The Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo-A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, Silver Series is one of the highlights of the entire festival. Five nights of nonstop action, the Rodeo is the place to be! Opening presentation sponsored by NextEra Energy. PRCA Clown Barrelman of the year Cody Sosebee and Specialty Act, Cody Cavanaugh's trick motorcycle riders will entertain each night throughout the rodeo. Kid's Boot Scramble nightly sponsored by 1st Christian Church of Dodge City. Sonic Mutton Bustin' qualifiers will be competing nightly with the finals on Sunday. Ticket prices run from $14 to $28 Wed and Thurs and $15 to $29 Fr-Sun (Children's prices and handicapped seating are available). All tickets are $2 more on the day of the event. For ticket information, call 1-866-DCRODEO or 620-225-2244.

  83. Central Station Street Dance

    July 29, 9:30 PM - July 30, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    What's After the Rodeo? Texas Music Super Star, Aaron Watson, bringing us great hits like "That Look," and "July in Cheyenne!" Special guest, Ricky Fugitt. Outdoor concert. Free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds.

  84. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant Horsemanship

    July 30, 8:00 AM @ 4-H Arena

    Miss Rodeo Kansas/Teen pageant participants are hard at work. Come watch the ladies show off their horsemanship skills.

  85. Slack (WPRA) Followed by PRCA Slack

    July 30, 8:00 AM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  86. Western Art Show

    July 30, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank

    Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 22nd annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Colleen Sternberger. Her Fine Art Photography is printed on high quality archival materials and consists of various western scenes which include landscapes and wildlife. Meet her in person and view her limited edition art work in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Her prints will be available for sale.

  87. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 30, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  88. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant

    July 30, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM @ Wright Park

    Come meet and get acquainted with the Rodeo Queen and Teen contestants as they participate in the Wacky Trike Races and sign autographs

  89. Pepsi Dog Day Afternoon

    July 30, 11:00 AM @ Wright Park

    The 2015 Wacky Trike races, sponsored by Pepsi, are back and more competitive than ever- come watch corporate teams race against each other on these crazy, zany adult sized trikes. See who will win bragging rights and the traveling trophy for the year to come. Pepsi will be serving up the hot dogs, chips and Pepsi for only $1. There will be food, fun, and music sponsored by Q-97, Z-98 and La Ke Buena. Teams must register to compete. For more information, contact the Chamber at 620-227-3119

  90. PRCA Clown Autographs

    July 30, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Wright Park

    Come meet and get acquainted with your favorite, wild and crazy Rodeo Clown. The Rodeo Clown will be here to sign autographs for everyone. Don't get left out!

  91. The Santa Fe Trail and the Civil War Historical Presentation

    July 30, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    During the Civil War, events at both ends of the Santa Fe Trail contributed to the war’s outcome while another war in the middle—the Plains Indian Wars—grew in intensity and eventually resulted in removal of the Plains tribes from Kansas. This presentation introduces key conflicts along the Santa Fe Trail, including significant but largely forgotten battles in New Mexico and the period of accelerated conflict that ended with the destruction of Plains tribes as they had existed for over a century. Presented by Leo E. Oliva. Leo is a historian with a research focus on 19th-century Kansas.

  92. Pizza Hut Pizza and Pepsi Night

    July 30, 6:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Pizza Hut Personal Pan Pizza and Pepsi for only a $3 donation. All proceeds will be donated to local non-profits. Rodeo ticket required for entry. Children's prices and handicapped seating are available. For ticket information, call 1-866-DCRODEO or 620-225-2244, or order online at www.dodgecityroundup.org. Browse the many vendor booths prior to the rodeo. Live musical entertainment by Charlie Ihloff before and after the rodeo nightly.

  93. Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo

    July 30, 7:45 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Children's prices and handicapped seating are available. For ticket information, call 1-866-DCRODEO or 620-225-2244, or order online at www.dodgecityroundup.org. Browse the many vendor booths prior to the rodeo. Live musical entertainment by Charlie Ihloff before and after the rodeo nightly.

  94. Karaoke Kaberet

    July 30, 8:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot-Hotel Lobby

    Depot Theater Company presents a 'club style' atmosphere for entertainment and audience participation. Cash bar available.

  95. Central Station Street Dance

    July 30, 9:30 PM - July 31, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    Feeling like kicking up them heels after the DC Roundup Rodeo Well bring them boots over to Central Station with "No Cover Charge, Customer Appreciation Night" featuring, "Birth" the Band and Central Station Dee-Jay will play a little bit of country and a little bit of Red Dirt all night long! Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds!

  96. Dodge City Roundup Cowboy Classic Golf Tournament

    July 31, 7:00 AM @ Dodge City Country Club

    Dodge City Roundup, Inc. is sponsoring their annual Cowboy Classic Golf Tournament. Registration opens at 7am, with breakfast being served. Tournament is a 5-person scramble format and begins with a shotgun start at 8am. Awards luncheon featuring a steak buffet starts at 12:30pm. Belt buckles will e awarded to the winning teams in each flight. PRCA contestant entry fee is $55. Individual entry fee is $165. Entries are limited to the first 120 golfers. For more information or to enter, please contact Tom Stanley at 620-227-8586.

  97. Slack (WPRA) Followed by PRCA Slack

    July 31, 8:00 AM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  98. Western Art Show

    July 31, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank

    Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 22nd annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Colleen Sternberger. Her Fine Art Photography is printed on high quality archival materials and consists of various western scenes which include landscapes and wildlife. Meet her in person and view her limited edition art work in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Her prints will be available for sale.

  99. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 31, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Santa Fe Depot, built in 1898, is the largest depot still standing in the State of Kansas. During the large cattle drives of the westward movement, the depot, the Harvey Hotel and El Vaquero Dining Room were a part of the famous front street of Dodge City. A docent will give you a guided tour and will explain the history of the building from the past to the present.

  100. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant

    July 31, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Wendy's

    The Miss Rodeo Kansas & Teen Pageant participants will be signing autographs.

  101. Dodge City Days Arts, Crafts, and Things Show

    July 31, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Village Square Mall

    Beat the heat and bring your family to Village Square Mall and enjoy strolling through booths filled with unique arts, crafts, and things! There will be vendors from all over the United States showing off their exceptional goods. The Dodge City Days Arts, Crafts, and Things show has new days this year, running mid-day Friday, July 31st through Saturday August, 1st. For more information, contact Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at 620-227-7077.

  102. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant Competition/Ice Cream Social

    July 31, 2:00 PM @ Senior Center

    Listen as the cowgirls deliver their speeches and answer impromptu questions. This gives you an opportunity to visit with the cowgirls and learn more about each of them. They will be on hand to answer questions about themselves and the competition, as well as sign autographs.

  103. Final Friday

    July 31, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Downtown Dodge City

    The arts are alive in Dodge City, Kansas! Every last Friday of the month, begin your tour through the Arts District, beginning at 5:00 pm at the Carnegie Arts Center in Historic Downtown Dodge City. At 6:00 pm, make your way down 2nd Avenue to the 2nd Avenue Art Guild. Explore the historic landmarks and admire local and traveling artistic talent at the venues. You'll see paintings, jewelry creations, sculptures, traveling exhibits, and experience talented musicians of varying genre, poetry, and more!

  104. Cargill Barbecue

    July 31, 6:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    With your Friday night rodeo ticket, you can enjoy delicious brisket, beans, roasted corn, and a drink for $3. All proceeds are donated back to the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo to help support our world famous rodeo and the Little Britches Rodeo event. Tickets may be purchased at the feed the night of the event.

  105. Dodge City Days Dance

    July 31, 7:00 PM - August 1, 12:30 AM @ The Alley

    The best place for Dodge City youth to be is The Alley during Dodge City Days. Prizes and giveaways all night long- you don't want to miss the best dance of the festival. Come hang out and enjoy seeing your friends you've missed all summer.

  106. Miss Rodeo Kansas & Teen Contestants

    July 31, 7:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Come and see the Rodeo Queen and Teen contestants. They will be signing autographs throughout the rodeo.

  107. Belt Buckle Auction

    July 31, 7:25 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Auction of the #1 Dodge City Roundup Commemorative belt buckle.

  108. Dodge City Roundup Arena PRCA Rodeo-American Pride night. Pre-Rodeo Hall of Fame Rodeo

    July 31, 7:45 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Show your American pride by dressing in red, white and blue. Visit www.dodgecityroundup.org for ticket information.

  109. Dodge City Days Turns Into Dodge City Nights

    July 31, 8:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot- The Depot Theater

    The Platinum Club will take you on a journey of music from Elvis, the Bee Gees, the Four Seasons, Frank Sinatra, Amy Winehouse, and many more. Members of this group are based in Branson and have performed on Broadway, the Las Vegas strip, and London's West End. Light appetizers and cash bar available.

  110. Central Station Street Dance

    July 31, 9:30 PM - August 1, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    The official "After-Rodeo Concert!" Nashville Super Star, Daryle Singletary singing his greatest hits, "I Let Her Life" and "Too Much Fun!" Special guest, Blind Dog Alley. For advance ticket information, call 60-225-1176. Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds.

  111. Bull Riding at the Doctor's Office Bar

    July 31, 10:00 PM @ Doctor's Office Bar

    Think you have what it takes to be a bull rider? Come in and compete for best time on our mechanical bull. Must be 21 or older.