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  1. Summer Activities to enjoy

    May 24, 11:00 AM - September 1, 3:00 PM

    Check out a bit of Dodge City History! Boot Hill Museum with gunfight re-enactments, country style dinner and variety show daily open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Santa Fe Depot Tours. The Gift Shop and Tours begin Friday May 2nd at the Santa Fe Depot! They are scheduled Friday/Saturday 11:00a – 2:00p and Sunday 1:00p – 3:00p through May 25th. Beginning Memorial Day, May 26th the Gift Shop and Tours will be open daily (seven days a week) 11:00a – 3:00p through Labor Day, Monday, September 1st. Trail of Fame guided tours available by appointment. Call (620) 253-9231 to schedule a tour Kansas Teachers Hall of Fame & Gunfighters Wax Museum Call (620) 225-7311 for hours of operation.

  2. Medallion Hunt

    July 21 - August 3

    The Dodge City Daily Globe presents once again the long awaited and anticipated Medallion Hunt. The hunt begins July 21st when clues begin to appear in the Dodge City Daily Globe, and then the fun begins, interpreting the clues and finding the medallion. Find it and turn it in, for a $500 cash reward. For more information contact the Dodge City Daily Globe.

  3. Dodge City Days 2014 "Saddle Up & Enjoy the Ride!"

    July 25 - August 3 @ Events scheduled throughout Dodge City, Kansas. Check the Official Dodge City Days Guide or www.dodgecitydays.com for event times and locations.

    The 54th annual Dodge City Days celebration themed “Saddle Up and Enjoy the Ride!” is a 10 day celebration starting July 25 through Aug. 3. Dodge City Days is well-known nationwide and is the second largest festival in Kansas with more than 50 events.

  4. Final Friday Downtown

    July 25, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Downtown Dodge - Carnegie Center, 2nd Avenue Art Guild, Depot

    Entertainment changes each month. Come visit these venues and be surprised by the quality of the talent offered and the opportunity to mingle with old and new friends.

  5. Boot Hill Bull Fry and Bash

    July 25, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Boot Hill Museum Complex

    Boot Hill Museum will celebrate the 13th Annual Bull Fry & Bash along with their sponsors: Pepsi, Q-97 & Z98 and Gene's Heartland Foods. Tickets include admission and all-you-can-eat. The menu: Calf fries, bakes beans, beef brisket, Sally's potatoes n onions, coleslaw, Pepsi, and iced tea. Alcohol is sold separately. Proceeds benefit Boot Hill Museum. Event shirts will be available. For more information contact Boot Hill Museum.

  6. Gunsmoke on the Air

    July 25, 7:15 PM - July 26 @ Santa Fe Depot

    Gunsmoke on the Air Adapted by Sarah Schaeffer, Doug Austen, and Mark Vierthaler July 18, 19, 25, 26, 30, 31, Aug 1, 2, 2014 At the end of its run in 1975, Los Angeles Times columnist Cecil Smith wrote “Gunsmoke was the dramatization of the American epic legend of the west. Our own Iliad and Odyssey, created from standard elements of the dime novel and the pulp western as romanticized by Buntline, Harte, and Twain. It was ever the stuff of legend.” Directed by Doug Austen Homestead Theater

  7. First Responder Night at DCRP

    July 25, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Dodge City Raceway Park

    URSS Sprint Cars, Modifieds, Sport Modifieds, Stock Cars, Thunder Cars all race while we take the evening to thank all first responders who help keep us all safe.

  8. Central Station Street Dance

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

    Central Station will be recognizing a Legend of Dodge City! Leonard Hampton, who has been instrumental in promoting our Western Heritage for many years! Kevin Fowler, with a name of his own is going to join us in our commemoration. Come and enjoy yourself in a new tradition...street dance at Central Station. Special guest, Wes Cossman Band.

  9. Dodge City Days 5k & 1 Mile Shoot Out

    July 26, 6:30 AM @ 2nd and Gunsmoke

    Come enjoy some exercise before the parade. Run a 5K or a 1 mile or be energetic and run both! Registration will begin at 6:30 am with the races starting at 7:30 am for the 5K and 9 am for the mile. Any questions, call or email Buc Bolmer.

  10. Lewis Automotive Two Man MGA Golf Tournament

    July 26, 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM @ Mariah Hills Golf Course

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

  11. Dodge City Days Western Parade presented by the Dodge City Chapter of Ambucs

    July 26, 9:30 AM @ Civic Center to Dodge City Roundup Arena

    we present to you the 54th Dodge City Days Western Parade. The parade marshal this year is Brent Harris. Our theme this year, "Saddle Up & Enjoy the Ride!," promises to make great floats sponsored by local businesses and clubs. To participate in the parade, contact the Dodge City Chapter of Ambucs. Prizes will be awarded at Wright Park at 3 pm following the BBQ.

  12. The Budweiser Smokin' Saddles Official Barbeque Contest/Backyard Barbeque Contest

    July 26, 9:30 AM @ Wright Park

    The 2014 Budweiser Smokin' Saddles Barbeque Contest is sanctioned by the KCBS (Kansas City Barbeque Society) and Rocky Mountain Barbeque Association and is an official cook off entering its 24th year as the best BBQ in Southwest Kansas! This official BBQ contest is sponsored by Pride Ag Resources/Ace Hardware, Village Square Mall, and Fidelity State Bank. The Backyard Barbeque Contest, sponsored by High Plains Journal, is for all the backyard chefs to show off their culinary skills. Participants will prepare for judges only. Cargill and National Beef provide BBQ for sampling with the public. Please leave your pets at home. For more information, contact the Chamber office.

  13. Kansas Governor Signs Bill Recognizing National Day of the Cowboy

    July 26, 12:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Kansas becomes the 8th State to recognize the National Day of the Cowboy in perpetuity! Witness this short ceremony with local 'Dodge City Cowboys' Marshal Brent Harris, Marshal Allen Bailey and Special Deputy Marshal Charlie Meade as Governor Sam Brownback makes history by signing this bill in the Queen of the Cowtowns!

  14. 2014 Dodge City Days Kick-Off Concert

    July 26, 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

    Start your evening with some awesome Red Dirt music, featuring one of the top Red Dirt bands today-Jason Boland & the Stragglers! Then stick around for some good ol' country music when Restless Heart takes the stage! With the original 5 members of RH, they are on their 30th Anniversary "Forever Restless" Tour. They have put 26 hits on the country charts, including 6 number one hits, and 9 others in the Top Ten. Join us early for live music and happy hour, concert starts at 7:30 pm, gates open at 6 pm. Reserved seating is limited. Special seating is located on the arena floor- table with four stools or bring your own lawn chair. Tickets can be purchased by calling or visiting the Roundup offices. Tickets are $5 more on the day of the concert. Food, beer, vending booths.

  15. Central Station Street Dance

    July 26, 9:30 PM - July 27, 1:30 AM @ Central Station

    The official after-party for Dodge City Roundup...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. Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds.

  16. Lewis Automotive Two Man MGA Golf Tournament

    July 27, 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM @ Mariah Hills Golf Course

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

  17. Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 27, 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2014 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  18. United Wireless International Park Festival

    July 27, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Wright Park

    The Dodge City Area Chamber of Commerce's Multicultural Committee is hosting an International Park Festival that all cultures will enjoy. The park will be filled with culturally unique vendors for food, home goods, arts and crafts, entertainment, novelty items, and much more. Come early for this fun filled family event. Enjoy lunch, dinner, or just a snack provided by some of your favorite local food trucks. Sponsored by United Wireless Communications and media partner Rocking M Radio.

  19. Q97 Dodge City Days Concert - Thompson Square

    July 27, 5:00 PM @ United Wireless Arena

    Q97 welcomes the 2012 and 2013 Vocal Duo award winners, Thompson Square, with special guests, Red Dirt Artist, The Josh Abbott Band and Kansas Native, Erik Dylan. Thompson Square isn't a real place, its an exciting unpredictable area where country meets rock, rough meets smooth and one vagabond heart finds a harmonious common ground with another. Fans began truly getting to know their way around Thompson Square with the release of the infectious radio smash "Are You Going to Kiss Me or Not" as well as "I Got You" and "Glass." Tickets are available in advance in Dodge City at OutWest and United Wireless/Village Square Mall; Crazy House and Palace Computer in Garden City. Tickets are also available through ticketmaster.com or at the box office at the United Wireless Arena.

  20. Carnival in the Park

    July 27, 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.

  21. 75th Anniversary Viewing of Wizard of Oz

    July 27, 9:30 PM - 11:00 PM @ Eisenhower Park

    Relive the magic of The Wizard of Oz and join us in celebrating the 75th anniversary of this wonderful, family friendly, and fun film. You bring your family, friends, lawn chairs, and blankets, and we'll bring the popcorn!

  22. Western Art Show

    July 28, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Landmark National Bank

    Once again Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 21st annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Jamie Lavin. His oil paintings are produced on various mediums and consist of western landscapes, wildlife, as well as other western scenes. The artwork is displayed in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Stop by and view the incredible artwork and meet the artist. Prints and original artwork are normally offered for sale by the artist.

  23. Bronco Bustin and Their Spectacular Wild West Shows

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

    Wild West shows at the turn of the 20th century delighted audiences in the United States and abroad. A surprising number of skilled cowboys and breathtaking shows originated in the Great Plains region. This presentation highlights famous western entertainers including Will Rogers, Pawnee Bill, Tom Mix, and Lucille Mulhall and shows such as Pawnee Bill’s Historical Wild West Indian Museum and Encampment, the 101 Ranch Real Wild West, and the Mulhall Congress of Rough Riders and Ropers. A reoccurring thread throughout all of these shows was Buffalo Bill Cody, the father of western entertainment. PowerPoint. Presented by Jane Rhoads. Jane is an author and a 2009 Notable Kansas Book award winner. Funded by the Kansas Humanities Council

  24. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 28, 2:00 PM - 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 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.

  25. 2014 Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 28, 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2014 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  26. Southern Gospel Christian Concert Meal

    July 28, 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM @ Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    A taco and tostada meal and Mexican Wedding Cake will be served prior to the Southern Gospel Christian Concert at the cathedral Social Center. For more information, contact Kurt Lampe.

  27. Southern Gospel Christian Concert

    July 28, 6:30 PM @ Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe

    The Armouraires Quartet will be back by popular demand at the 16th Annual Southern Gospel Christian Concert. This event is a benefit performance for Manor of the Plains, Charitable Care Fund, which assists residents that have outlived their financial resources. A meal will be served prior to the concert. Check out the calender entry for more information on the meal. You may also contact Kurt Lampe.

  28. 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.

  29. Teen Dance

    July 28, 8:30 PM - 11:30 PM @ Hoover Pavilion

    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 social media sponsors Z-98 and La Ke Buena. Security is provided.

  30. 75th Anniversary Viewing of the movie Dodge City

    July 28, 9:30 PM - 11:00 PM @ Eisenhower Park

    Celebrate the 75th anniversary of this Dodge City Classic movie at an open air viewing in Historic Downtown Dodge City. Hosted by Carnegie Arts Center, Eisenhower Park, just steps from the original location of the premier of the movie, will be a comfortable setting for this new activity during Dodge City Days! You bring your family, friends, lawn chairs, and blankets, we'll bring the popcorn.

  31. PRCA Steer Roping

    July 29, 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.

  32. Western Art Show

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

    Once again Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 21st annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Jamie Lavin. His oil paintings are produced on various mediums and consist of western landscapes, wildlife, as well as other western scenes. The artwork is displayed in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Stop by and view the incredible artwork and meet the artist. Prints and original artwork are normally offered for sale by the artist.

  33. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 29, 2:00 PM - 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 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.

  34. The Harvey Girls Multicultural Workforce

    July 29, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot-El Vaquero Dining Room

    The Fred Harvey Company not only hired recent immigrants to work in their famous Harvey House restaurants, they actively recruited them. Eventually African American workers became a part of the workforce, and during World War II American Indians and Mexican Americans were hired as well. This restaurant work along the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad lines provided reputable work for women who had few choices in the workforce. This presentation will explore the job duties and working conditions of Harvey Girls from 1876 to the early 1950s. Presented by Michaeline Chance-Reay. Dr. Reay is an author and historian who teaches at Kansas State University. Funded by the Kansas Humanities Council

  35. 2014 Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 29, 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2014 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  36. PRCA Steer Roping Final Round and Buckle Presentation

    July 29, 3:00 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  37. Pro-Am Team Roping

    July 29, 5:45 PM @ Dodge City Roundup Arena

  38. Saluting Our Troops

    July 29, 6:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Come share in a night dedicated to those who serve in the armed forces of this great country! This evening will be filled with patriotism in honor of the red, white, and blue. The Army National Guard will have a display and will march in the flags. Dodge City Area Young Professionals will be hosting the annual hamburger feed in the park. The first 1500 people get a hamburger, chips, and Pepsi courtesy of National Beef, Pepsi, and Dillon's Super Store. Dodge City Municipal Cowboy Band will entertain you with patriotic music beginning at 6:30pm. Media sponsors are Q-97 and Z-98.

  39. Carnival in the Park

    July 29, 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.

  40. PRCA Xtreme Bull Riding

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

    The PRCA Xtreme Bulls Tour showcases the top PRCA bull riders as they test themselves against some of the best bulls in the country! Round one will feature 40 riders, with the top 10 riders coming back in the second round, competing for prize money and the championship buckle. For ticket information, please call the Rodeo office or visit their website.

  41. Central Station Street Dance

    July 29, 9:30 PM - July 30, 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 little bit of Country and a little bit of Red Dirt all night long! Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds!

  42. Fidelity State Bank Chuckwagon Breakfast

    July 30, 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 32nd consecutive year that Fidelity has sponsored this major event. The breakfast menu will consist of scrambled eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, orange drink, milk, and all the coffee you want to drink.

  43. Slack (WPRA) followed by PRCA Slack

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

  44. Western Art Show

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

    Once again Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 21st annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Jamie Lavin. His oil paintings are produced on various mediums and consist of western landscapes, wildlife, as well as other western scenes. The artwork is displayed in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Stop by and view the incredible artwork and meet the artist. Prints and original artwork are normally offered for sale by the artist.

  45. Historic Tour of Santa Fe Depot

    July 30, 2:00 PM - 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 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.

  46. Singing the Cattle North

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

    Cowboy folksongs were more than entertainment on the lonely prairie: they told the story of a way of work that has since changed radically. Through trail-driving songs, night-herding songs, and bunkhouse/chuckwagon songs, cattle drovers produced a musical culture that still appeals to today’s ranchers who have traded their horses for four-wheelers and six-guns for cell phones. Join us as we learn about this important folk tradition on the prairie. Presented by Jim Hoy. Jim teaches folklore and literature at Emporia State University

  47. 2014 Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 30, 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2014 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  48. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant

    July 30, 5:30 PM @ A&W

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

  49. Family Night Hamburger Feed

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

    Your Wednesday night Rodeo ticket and $3 gets you the best burger in town. Sponsored by Dodge City Area Women's Chamber of Commerce and Pepsi. (Must have rodeo ticket to attend hamburger feed).

  50. Youthville Presents "Special Rodeo"

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

    Youthville "Special Rodeo" allows children 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 a professional rodeo contestant.

  51. Gunsmoke on the Air

    July 30, 7:15 PM - July 31 @ Santa Fe Depot

    Gunsmoke on the Air Adapted by Sarah Schaeffer, Doug Austen, and Mark Vierthaler July 18, 19, 25, 26, 30, 31, Aug 1, 2, 2014 At the end of its run in 1975, Los Angeles Times columnist Cecil Smith wrote “Gunsmoke was the dramatization of the American epic legend of the west. Our own Iliad and Odyssey, created from standard elements of the dime novel and the pulp western as romanticized by Buntline, Harte, and Twain. It was ever the stuff of legend.” Directed by Doug Austen

  52. Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo-A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, Pro-Rodeo Hall of Fame Rodeo/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ford County Night/Fireworks Extravaganza

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

    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 non-stop action, the Rodeo is the place to be! PRCA Clown Barrelman of the year Justin Rumford and Specialty Act "The Riata Ranch Cowgirls" trick riding will entertain each night throughout the rodeo. Kid's Boot Scramble nightly sponsored by First Christian Church of Dodge City. Sonic Mutton Bustin' qualifiers will be competing nightly with the finals on Sunday. Browse the many vendor booths prior to the rodeo. Live musical entertainment by Charlie Ihloff before and after the rodeo nightly. Fireworks immediately following, weather permitting. Call the Roundup Arena Ticket Office for more information.

  53. Dodge City Days Turn Into Dodge City Nights

    July 30, 8:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Depot Theater Company presents an evening of cabaret style entertainment. Vocalists and musicians perform in a "club style" atmosphere in the historic Fred Harvey Hotel Lobby of the Santa Fe Depot. The evening includes a cash bar and appetizers. Seating is limited, so reservations are highly recommended. Please call the Depot Theater Company to reserve your ticket.

  54. Central Station Street Dance

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

    What's after the rodeo? Texas Music Super Star, Aaron Watson, bringing us great hits like "July in Cheyenne!" the rodeo fans favorite! Special guest, Cody Johnson. Look for the Free Shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds!

  55. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant Horsemanship

    July 31, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ 4-H Arena

    Miss Rodeo Kansas/Teen Pageant participants are hard at work beginning at 8am. Come watch the ladies show off their horsemanship skills!

  56. Slack (WPRA) followed by PRCA Slack

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

  57. Western Art Show

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

    Once again Landmark National Bank cordially invites the public to attend their 21st annual Western Art Show. This year's artist is Jamie Lavin. His oil paintings are produced on various mediums and consist of western landscapes, wildlife, as well as other western scenes. The artwork is displayed in the lobby of Landmark's downtown location at the corner of Central and Spruce. Stop by and view the incredible artwork and meet the artist. Prints and original artwork are normally offered for sale by the artist.

  58. Miss Rodeo Kansas and Teen Pageant

    July 31, 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.

  59. Pepsi Dog Day Afternoon

    July 31, 11:00 AM @ Wright Park

    The 2014 Wacky Trike races, sponsored by Pepsi, are back and more competitive than ever - come and watch corporate teams race against each other on these crazy, zany adult sized trikes. See who will win bragging rights for the year to come. Pepsi will be serving up the hot dogs, chips, and Pepsi. There will be food, fun, and music sponsored by Q-97 and Z-98. Teams must register to compete. For more information please contact the Chamber.

  60. PRCA Clown Autographs

    July 31, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Wright Park

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

  61. Head Em Up and Move Em Out

    July 31, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Dodge City Public Library

    The early days of ranching and trail driving required stamina and determination. The drover of yesteryear had little choice but to face the elements placed before him if he was to get his wild cattle to market. A thousand miles on the trail brought him into contact with all that nature could throw at him: lightning, flooded rivers, hail, tornadoes, and stampeding cattle were constant challenges. Today’s massive beef industry owes its beginnings to the men and women who were bold enough to “head ‘em up and move ‘em out.” Explore this exciting story of cowboys, cattle, and the steak on your plate. Presented by Jim Gray. Jim is an author, speaker, promoter of cowboy heritage in Kansas, and executive director of the National Drovers Hall of Fame. Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council

  62. 2014 Dodge City Days Helicopter Rides

    July 31, 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Wright Park

    Experience the thrill of Helicopter Flight as you tour Dodge City Days 2014 viewing the awesome scenery, events, and exciting action from a breathtaking aerial perspective. Don't forget your cameras!

  63. Pizza Hut Pizza & Pepsi Night

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

    Pizza Hut Personal Pan Pizza and Pepsi for free will donation. All proceeds will be donated to local non-profits.

  64. Dodge City Roundup PRCA Rodeo - A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, Silver Series/Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Rodeo

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

    The Dodge city Roundup PRCA Rodeo - A Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Rodeo, Silver Series is one of the highlights of the entire rodeo. Five nights of nonstop action, the Rodeo is the place to be! PRCA Clown Barrelman of the Year Justin Rumford and Specialty Act "The Riata Ranch Cowgirls" trick riding will entertain each night throughout the rodeo. Kid's Boot Scramble nightly sponsored by First Christian Church of Dodge City. Sonic Mutton Bustin' qualifiers will be competing nightly with the finals on Sunday. Browse the many vendor booths prior to the rodeo. Live musical entertainment by Charlie Ihloff before and after the rodeo nightly. For ticket information, call the Dodge City Roundup Arena Ticket Office.

  65. Dodge City Days Turn Into Dodge City Nights

    July 31, 8:30 PM @ Santa Fe Depot

    The Depot Theater Company presents an evening of cabaret style entertainment. Vocalists and musicians perform in a "club style" atmosphere in the historic Fred Harvey Hotel Lobby of the Santa Fe Depot. The evening includes a cash bar and appetizers. Seating is limited, so reservations are highly recommended. Please call the Depot Theater Company to reserve your ticket.

  66. Central Station Street Dance

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

    What's after the rodeo? Well Central Station of course! Buckner Creek Band will play for your entertainment! "No cover Charge!" Look for the free shuttle from the Rodeo Grounds!