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Gold Rush Days

Senior pro rodeo, gold panning, carnival, western dances, arts & crafts, BBQ, gem show, mucking & drilling contest, contests, 4th largest parade in the state on Sat. morning.

Wickenburg's biggest annual event -- which is rumored to be one of the top 100 Events in the US -- is Gold Rush Days. Held the second weekend in February, this event has been a major part of Wickenburg's activities for over 52 years. 30,000 to 40,000 people converge on the town to enjoy a wide variety of entertainment, as well as an arts and crafts show that can satisfy anyone's need to shop.

Gold Rush Days


Phone : 928-684-5479   (Always call and confirm events.)

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