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Wild West Festival

July 3-6, 2014 - Come and see one of the largest fireworks extravaganzas in the state. There will be top name country and rock 'n roll concerts, children's activity center, and the Heart of America carnival. Also planned for the Wild West Festival: parade, tribute to veterans, carnival, family activities, sporting events, fishing/casting contest, petting zoo, baseball tournament, karaoke contest and city wide promotions.

The Wild West Festival Committee and staff would like to invite you and your families to come down and enjoy 5 days of fun-filled excitement annually in July.

Wild West Festival

Address : Municipal Park, South Main Hays KS
Phone : 800-569-4505   (Always call and confirm events.)

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