Tombstone Territorial Days
The Second Annual Tombstone Territorial Days, celebrating Arizona's Military history, is scheduled for September 17 & 18, 2016. Visit Tombstone Arizona and celebrate with us!
Join us in celebrating Arizona's Military History.
Territorial Days, A Celebration of Arizona's Territorial History.
September 17 & 18, 2016
Join us for our 2nd annual event. Featuring speakers on all subjects of AZ's past, a Military Encampment, Grand Ball, Chuck Wagon Cook off competition, street entertainment & Non-motorized Parade.
Friday, September 16th is School Day. This day is devoted to the children in Tombstone's schools and will offer the students a glimpse into the past of the Arizona Territory and the customs of the times.
On Saturday, September 17th, the event is open to the general public. The old High School field is being turned into the Territorial Encampment Field. There you will find Civil War Reenactments and Camp setups, Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit, the Spencer and Jackson Theatrical Group, and our quite popular Chuck Wagon Competition.
Sunday, September 18th features a Non Motorized Parade down historic Allen Street, the La Paloma Folklorico dancers after the parade and also the Mormon Battalion and a Band will play in the City Park.
There are more events to be announced.
APPEARING AT THE EVENT
DON COLLIER - TV & Film actor will be our Parade Grand Marshal.
Check back soon for Performers as the information becomes available.
SPONSORS of our EVENT
Brenda's Chuck Wagon Restaurant
Tombstone Ghosts and Legends
Also Sponsored By:
High Lonesome Vineyard, Silver Hills / Ladies N Lace / J. L. Silver Co., Tombstone Harley / Big Nose Kate's / Longhorn, Wells Fargo RV Park, Crystal Palace Saloon, Madame Mustache, Order of Redmen - Tombstone, Russell's Roadrunner, Vantage West Credit Union, Winery in Willcox