- The Old West Fest is held in late May every year.
- See live music, Antler Auctions, microbrew tasting, archery contests, delicious breakfast feasts and more!
- Covering the Town Square with activities for the entire family!
Overview: If you want to experience something special on your Grand Teton National Park trip, you have to stop by the town of Jackson in Wyoming for their next Old West Days even. Held annually in May, it has something for everybody! 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, with the shootout bunch at the Town Square.
When: The Old West Fest takes place in late May every year.
Where: The Town Square is the center of fun for this weekend fair.
Fees: Most of the events are free to view for the public. Prices of antlers vary by auction. Tickets for microbrew tasting can vary as well.
Details: 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. Find more information on the JH Chamber's website.