Summer is Wild in Deadwood beginning with "Wild" Bill Days June 17-19.

Celebrate the life and times of one of Deadwood’s most famous gunslingers—Wild Bill Hickok. This year’s FREE live concerts on Main Street are headlined by Ronnie Milsap on Friday, June 18 and Jo Dee Messina Saturday, June 19. New this year, Outlaw Square hosts a free kick-off concert on Thursday, June 17 featuring Arch Allies: America’s Premier Tribute Show. And, there’s more FREE entertainment! You can also check out the National Dock Dogs Competition, watch (or participate in) a classic car auction, meet authors from all across the country at the Wild Deadwood Reads book fair and learn the tricks of gold panning and sluicing from Northern Hills Prospectors. Additional fee-based events include the Wild Bill Motorcycle Classic, History on the Lawn lecture series and the 7th Annual Deadwood Midnight Cowboy Run 5K.



Stay in historic comfort at Deadwood’s 1899 Inn, a unique guest experience that blends modern amenities and turn-of-the-century charm. Located on a quiet street below Mount Moriah Cemetery, the 1899 Inn is just a five-minute walk to Deadwood’s Main Street and major historic sites. All reservations include full breakfast service, featuring seasonal dishes and artisan bread baked daily on-site.

The six rooms in the main house have amenities like high-speed Wi-Fi, internet-connected TVs, refrigerators, and air conditioning, and some are furnished with vintage books, cast-iron clawfoot tubs, Tempurpedic mattresses, and a vertical spa shower. The inn also has two two-bedroom cottages with full kitchens, living rooms, and dining spaces for guests who want more privacy. For an exceptional Deadwood experience, ask about private VIP tours of the Black Hills and multi-course meals in the inn’s formal dining room.

Black Hills Bike Week Rendezvous™

Black Hills Bike Week Rendezvous™ is an annual social and riding event in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota for all Indian Motorcycle owners and collectors of vintage and newer models of Indian Motorcycles from 1901 to present. The purpose is to meet up, make new friends, welcome returning friends, and together ride some of the most scenic roads in Southwestern South Dakota. All other brands of motorcycles are always welcomed to join in and ride.

The Black Hills of South Dakota has a rich early American history and offers some of the most spectacular motorcycle riding opportunities on curvy roads through rolling lush green forests that lead to popular destinations that include Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, Crazy Horse, Sturgis, Deadwood, Spearfish Canyon, Devils Tower, and The Badlands among many other great destinations.

HomeFree to perform July 16 & 17

Deadwood Mountain Grand will feature the 2013 NBC’s ‘Sing-Off’ Champions Home Free in concert! No instruments just pure vocal prowess singing the biggest hits in music today. These all-vocal Country entertainers have made their mark on the music scene, racking up nearly 600,000 album equivalents globally; embarking on major international tours; amassing 399.2+ million views and over 1 million subscribers on YouTube, and being declared “Country music fans’ favorite a cappella group.” Tickets are  $25 each and available online at,