CODY'S WILD WESTView the 2018 Cody Wild West Video
Saturday, July 27, 2019
Experience the fast-paced 90-minute Cody's Wild West extravaganza during Buffalo Bill Days in Golden, Colorado. Experience it with the whole family!
Three new acts will be performing in Cody's Wild West, for the first time! From Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, the 7th Infantry Mounted Color Guard in 1870s uniforms! The Denver & District Pipe Band, comprised of bagpipers, drummers plus an Irish and Highland dance corps. All hail from throughout the front range of Colorado. Back by popular demand, the gun fight finale! This year the Central City Wild Bunch helps Col. Cody defeat the bad guys in "Cody Saves The Day!"
Returning to the arena, the Pikes Peak Rangerettes! You'll be amazed by the precision this all-female horseback riding team; The Southern Colorado Al Kaly Shrine Mule Train joins the Grand Opening flag ceremony with the American Bald Eagle from our friends at HawkQuest; amazing ground and aerial sharpshooting by Little Sure Shot, Annie Oakley; traditional and incredible hoop dancing to songs of their elders, our award-winning Native American dancers, Team Bearsheart; a beautiful prayer performed by Chief Iron Tail. Rejoining Cody's Wild West - sharpshooting Johnny Baker, laying waste to a multitude of ground targets. And to sing our national anthem, we welcome back Donald Tallman from the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Providing the live music from the late 1800's during the show, Cody's Wild West house band, The Capitol City Brass Band.
In the spirit of the original traveling "show" that brought the Wild West to the world, Monarch Productions reflects that rugged American spirit and originality. Western performers from around our state give the show a definite Colorado "air."
Cody's Wild West: 12:30pm, Saturday, July 27, 2019, following the conclusion of the Buffalo Bill Days "Best Of The West" parade, in the far west Lions Park ball field on 10th St, west of Washington. Just a short walk from the parade viewing area!
All acts subject to change. Produced for Buffalo Bill Days by Monarch Productions