There's something for everyone at this year's Wyoming State Fair! The grandstands will be packed with great entertainment, and be sure to stop in at the free stage for great kid-friendly shows!
Young Guns Wild West Fun Park is a unique western themed static attraction for children ages 10 and under. The Wild West Fun Park is open for 9 hours per day providing families a fun and imaginative experience while at the Fair.
Children interact in a Wild West Frontier Town complete with authentic images of real western storefronts taken from historic locations. Each storefront presents a unique western twist to many traditional games. Young Guns Wild West Fun Park offers smaller children a safe and monitored space to enjoy with games designated just for their age level. Stop by the Young Guns Wild West Fun Park at the Wyoming State Fair!
3 Competitions Combined to make One Action Packed, Family Oriented Show! BIG AIR is a "long jump for dogs". The Dog, which may be placed anywhere onto the 40' dock, runs, and jumps in the water after a throw toy. The distance is judged from the end of the dock to where the tail set of the dog breaks the water's surface.
is a high jump for dogs. The dog starts off at the 20' mark on the dock & jumps up to a bumper toy extended out 8' from the end of the dock over the water. The starting height for extreme Vertical is 4'6" and goes up in 2' increments as competition progresses.
is a "timed event". At the far end of the pool a bumper toy is suspended 2" above the water with a starting indicator above it. The dog is then placed at the 20' white mark on the dock; when the light turns green the handler releases the dog. The time clock stops ticking when the dog has pulled the toy from the Speed Retrieve bracket.
Wyoming natives Chancey Williams and The Younger Brothers Band began with humble beginnings, out of a love of country music and an ingrained desire to perform and entertain. The band started to play for weddings and small fairs and rodeos, and before they knew it, they were opening for their hero Chris LeDoux at the Montana State Fair in front of 8,000 people.
Playing over 170 shows a year for the last two years, the band has created quite a following while sharing the stage with such acts as Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Craig Morgan, Rodney Atkins, Phil Vassar, Tracey Lawrence, Clay Walker, Stoney LaRue, and Robert Earl Keen. Their current tour is highlighted by an evening with Merle Haggard at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Be sure to catch one of their shows and you will know why they have become one of the most sought-after bands around.
Tris Munsick grew up on a cattle ranch in northern Wyoming. The oldest son of locally esteemed country musician Dave Munsick, Tris was raised with both the cowboy lifestyle and its music running through his veins. Along with his two younger brothers, he was brought up entertaining and playing music throughout Wyoming and its surrounding states. His debut album, "Next to Nowhere" depicts Tris's experiences with the people and places that continue to preserve the western culture into which he was born.