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Sponsored every Labor Day Weekend by the Tombstone Vigilantes, Gun Fighting Groups throughout the U.S. gather in Tombstone to perform in the Streets. Activities include costume contest and a parade on Sunday.

Come see us Saturday through Monday. There will be street entertainment from 10:00AM to 4:00PM daily. There will be two street locations as with last year. The first one between 4th and 5th Streets on Allen St, and the second between 5th and 6th Streets, also on Allen St.

We will be selling our world famous Tombstone Vigilante shirts. And of course, our Most Infamous "Hanging Tree" will be up and running.

We expect to have the Steampunk costume contest, parade and ball again this year. This has not been finalized yet.

We expect to have the Tombstone Vigilettes' 1880's costume contest and parade again this year. This has not been finalized yet either.

Meet and greet Friday night, approximately 6:30PM or so at the 4 Deuces, 3rd and Allen.

Auctions throughout the weekend, whenever the time suits us.

We will be raffling off a single Rossi Model 92, .45cal long colt lever action rifle and display case, as part of Vigilante Days and the Showdown In Tombstone. Tickets will be on sale both weekends at $1.00 a chance or 6 changes for $5.00. The drawing will be held about 3:30PM on Monday.

We will also be raffling off another beautiful piece of ladies jewelry donated by Arlene's, 400-402 E Allen St, Tombstone, AZ, as part of Vigilante Days and the Showdown In Tombstone. Tickets will be on sale both weekends at $1.00 a chance or 6 changes for $5.00. The drawing will be held about 3:30PM on Monday.

Showdown in Tombstone


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