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Sidney, Nebraska

Upcoming Events in Sidney Nebraska


June

5 - 6 Gold Rush Days - Old West reenactments, gun fights, wagon rides, delicious eats, gold panning, craft vendors, frontier village, kids games, log cutting, cannon firings, horseshoe tournament, valuable giveaways and old time amusements just to name a few of the many activities! Plan to make a weekend of it and bring the whole family as Sidney’s history comes to life before your eyes! Always the second weekend in June.

Address: Downtown , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 866-545-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sidneygoldrush@gmail.com
Web: www.sidneygoldrush.com

July

4 July 4th Celebration - A festival for everyone with music, fireworks and ice cream. Events begin at 4:30pm.

Address: 2200 Legion Park , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 866-545-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com
Fee: Free

12 - 19 Cheyenne County Fair & Rodeo - Week Long. Rodeo, night shows, 4-H exhibits, tractor pulls and demolition derby.

Address: Fairgrounds, 10955 Hwy 30 , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 308-254-5960 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.cheyennecountyfairandrodeo.com/

August

14 - 16NE0702010e013 - Sidney Sinful Sidney Sesquicentennial Celebration - Come celebrate a history like no other and a town that is still surviving and thriving after 150 years! "Sinful Sidney" invites you to join in a weekend filled celebration!

August 18th - Camp Lookout Melodrama

August 19th - Smokin' Gun 5K Run/Walk, Parade, Car Show, Kids Activities, Historical Events/ Tours, Nebraska Beer & Wine Tasting, Downtown Sounds Concert, local entertainment

August 20th - Old Fashioned Rodeo, Kids Activities and Wagon Train, Fireworks!

Be sure to view the Schedule of Events on the community website.

Ph: 308-254-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: sidneycheyennecountytourism.com

October

2 - 4 Oktoberfest - Oktoberfest is continuous free entertainment in the tent, beer gardens, ethnic food, craft show, downtown parade, farmers market, live dance bands Fri & Sat night, a huge car show and wiener dog races. Parade Saturday 10 am. Held the first full weekend in October.

Address: Fairgrounds, 10955 Hwy 30 , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 866-545-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com

2 - 3 Cruisin' Class Car Show - Car show with antiques and all others. Saturday 10 am. Held in conjunction of the 3-day Oktoberfest.

Address: Legion Park, 2200 Legion Park Rd , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 866-545-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com

10 Vocair Flying Club's Annual Fly-In Breakfast - See Cessna's, Pipers, Beechcraft, Bi-planes, Home Builts and Experimental Planes flown in from all across the country. Pancake breakfast free to pilots. 7am-11:30am.

Address: Sidney Municipal Airport, 11149 Rd 16 , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 308-254-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com
Fee: Admission

December

28 Christmas Kick-off and Parade of Lights - Lighting of community tree, Parade of Lights, Santa's arrival, hayrack rides, musical program, hot chocolate, lamplight tours.

Address: 10th & Hickory Sts, Hickory Street Square , Sidney, Nebraska
Ph: 866-545-4030 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sidneycheyennecountytourism.com/

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Carnegie Library

Andrew Carnegie awarded the city of Sidney $6,500 for the construction of this library which served Sidney from 1914 to 1965

Sidney, NE Carnegie Libraries

Lodgepole Depot Museum

The community's railroad heritage is reflected in this local history museum. The museum is a restored Union Pacific Depot and displays horse buggies, antique furniture, historical clothing, and more.

Sidney, NE Museums

Christ Episcopal Church

The Christ Episcopal Church was built in 1866 as the original church of Fort Sidney. This unique church blends past and present. Today parishioners worship where Indians and frontiersman came together in a spirit of love and cooperation.

Sidney, NE Historic Churches

Cabela's

Cabela's oldest existing retail showroom, the 62,000-square-foot Sidney, Nebraska store, is filled with all the quality outdoor gear you expect from the World'

Sidney, NE Recreation

Fort Sidney Complex

U.S. Troops first occupied a temporary camp known as Sidney Barracks in the summer of 1867 to protect Union Pacific Railroad construction crews. The post was officially established in November 1867. In 1869

Sidney, NE Museums

Things to do near Sidney, NE

Prairie Schooner Museum

This local history museum features home-made steam engines, a restored log cabin, spinning wheel, antique organ, old tools, t...