A blend of the old and new West, Cheyenne has a cultural diversity and variety unlike most communities. Tradition and Innovation have culminated here to provide a great place to live work and do business. Cheyenne has built a strong community with a steadfast pioneer spirit and a strong vision for the future.
The city is well known for the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days celebration, which combines the world’s largest outdoor rodeo a variety of music acts including the latest country music stars. The event features four parades, three pancake breakfasts and historic entertainment like the old-fashioned melodrama and gunslingers.
Western history can be found throughout the year at numerous museums, celebrations and the everyday lives of its residents.
Cheyenne is not all cowboy hats and spurs. The city hosts many performing artists from near and far, including popular singers, dancers and touring productions. It is home to the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra, a professional symphony that is regarded as one of the best in the nation for a community this size. Other groups, such as the Little Theatre Players and a host of talented high school artists, help provide the community with a variety of cultural activities that continues through the year.
|Amanda (Mandy) Good