Where Deadwood's History Comes Alive!
The brick-paved streets of downtown Deadwood are alive with the stories of gunslingers, gamblers, prospectors, and outlaws, thanks to the performances of Deadwood Alive! These professional re-enactors have been entertaining visitors for more than 20 years with Main Street shootouts and the now-legendary Trial of Jack McCall, an evening show that’s become an integral part of the Deadwood experience.
Performances On Main St.
Deadwoods Historic Main Street
FREE SHOWS AND THE TRIAL OF JACK MCCALL!
Monday – Saturday
May 23rd – June 20th
Shows subject to change to meet Covid-19 measures
No shows on Sundays
Deadwood named True West Magazine’s 2016 “Best Old West Gunfighter Town”
2:00 PM SHOOTOUT! The Strange Tale of David Lunt – Celebrity Hotel and Casino
2:30 PM Gold, Guns, and Grubstake (the evolution of pre-1900 firearms) – Outlaw Square gazebo
3:30 PM Dr. Stan Dupt’s Travelin’ Medicine Show – Mustang Sallys
4:00 PM SHOOTOUT! Showdown on Gold Street – Buffalo Bodega
4:30 PM Dress for Success (the clothing of old Deadwood) – Outlaw Square gazebo
6:00 PM SHOOTHOUT! The Boone May/Prescott Web Altercation – Silverado Franklin Hotel and Casino
7:35 PM Capture of Jack McCall – in front of the Saloon No. 10
8:00 PM TRIAL OF JACK MCCALL – Masonic Temple
ADMISSION FOR THE TRIAL
OF JACK MCCALL
Adults $6.00, Seniors $5.00 and Children ages 5 – 15 $3.00 · Shootouts & Shows are FREE!
Beginning May 23
Tuesdays – Saturdays
Adults $10, Children $5 (ages 3 – 12). Limited Seating, family units or couples
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
During special events some Deadwood Alive Shows and Stagecoach rides are not offered.
The shooting of Wild Bill
Hickok is held daily inside the Saloon No. 10 at
1:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 5:00 PM, and 7:00 PM