Downtown activities are a tradition during Laramie Jubilee Days. Although the activities have varied greatly over the years, some things have become a staple.
The Downtown Street Dances held Thursday through Saturday nights have been around for many years and always bring a great crowd downtown. You can bet that the stores downtown will always have some activities planned during the day for the entire family to enjoy.
For more information on other downtown activities sponsored or organized by other organizations, visit the Community Events page.
Thursday, July 11
5 PM–Jalapeno Eating Contest
6-8:30 PM–The Locals
Friday, July 12
11-2 PM–Davis & Mavrick
6-8:30 PM–Boogie Woogers
Saturday, July 13
8 AM–Betty Kiser Memorial CASI Chili Cookoff
11-2 PM–New Relm
2:30-5:00 PM–Live Music TBD
5:00-6:00 PM–Wyoming Widow Makers – Gun Fight
6-8:30 PM–Carlos Washington
9-Midnight–Cody Jo Hodges
Betty Kiser Memorial CASI Chili Cookoff
CASI sanctioning offers a higher level of competition and you can bet that you will find some of the best chili there is at this event. CASI sanctions nearly 500 chili cook-offs internationally each year! If you think your chili has what it takes to be the best of the best, submit your entry form and come on downtown to show off your chili!
There are a number of opportunities for vendors to set up during Laramie Jubilee Days. From Downtown Laramie to the rodeos at the Fairgrounds, there is a need for vendors to sell food and other goods to participants! If you are interested in being a Downtown Vendor, please contact the Downtown Chair for more information.
Downtown Vendor Applications here: