Laramie Jubilee Days
Laramie | Rockies to Tetons
Celebrate the western lifestyle and the “Equality State” with us at Wyoming’s Hometown Celebration, also known as Laramie Jubilee Days!
Beginning in 1940 as a horse race to celebrate Wyoming Statehood Day, it has grown into a week-long festival filled with rodeos, street dances, live music, a downtown carnival, and a parade. The Kids Horse Show kicks off the event on July 1st with a rodeo event happening almost daily until the celebration hits full swing with events happening all day on Thursday – Sunday. Take advantage of the downtime in the first half of the week by exploring the great outdoors and museums before Thursday arrives with the exciting Mr. T Xtreme Bulls, street dance, carnival rides/food, and a jalapeno eating contest.
Purchase Rodeo Tickets: https://www.rodeoticket.com/laramie-jubilee-days/rodeo-information
Rodeo event tickets cost between $15-20 for adults and $5 for children.
Carnival – July 5th-8th
Jalapeno Eating Contest – July 6th
Live Music + Street Dances – July 6th-8th
Betty Kiser Memorial Chili Cook-Off – July 8th
Parade – July 8th
Kids Horse Show – July 1st
Ranch Rodeo – July 2nd
Junior Bull Riding – July 5th
Mr. T Xtreme Bulls – July 6th
PRCA Rodeo Performances – July 7th-9th
WPRA Slack Barrel Racing – July 8th
If you are interested in why Wyoming is called the “Equality State,” visit the Wyoming Women’s History House in Laramie to learn about Louisa Swain, the first woman in the United States to vote in a general election, Wyoming’s Suffrage Act, and other remarkable Wyoming women.
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