Shows and Performances
This page is about regularly scheduled and daily shows and performances in Tombstone. For fairs, festivals and other special events, take a look at our special events page.
The historic O.K. Corral is not only a museum but has the original location of the infamous gunfight, illustrated with life-sized animatronics that tell the story of the "Street Fight" as it was originally called. You can also see a live gunfight show there at 2:00 pm 7 days a week.
See the reenactment of the famous O.K. Corral gunfight by The Wild Bunch there on the first and third Sundays of each month at 2:00 p.m.
See gunfights, hangings and a fashion show each second, fourth and fifth Sundays of every month done by the Tombstone Vigilantes and Vigilettes. These take place on historic Allen Street.
All our shows are listed below. Click on any name for more information.
Helldorado Town Western Theme Park is free to walk through. Guests can learn to pan-for-gold or even try their hand at our interactive shootin' gallery. After a round of miniature golf you can cool off at our mexican-style cantina. You can bring your drinks into our Helldorado Theatre where guests can enjoy our 30 minute shoot-out as our "National Champion Gunfight Team" performs their award winning stunt show three times daily. Afterwards you can "fill yer belly" at our Helldorado Restaurant
The show ticket will provide discounts around town at restaurants, museums, mine tour, old tyme photos and even the Tombstone Trolley Tour.
Ask about our gunfight/trolley combo ticket for even more savings!
Tombstone's Old West Gunfighting Cowboys with live shows that are both historical and fun for the whole family. True outdoor drama performed by authentic Tombstone Gunfighters.
Show times: Daily at 12:00 pm, 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm.
Jimmy Apel, actor, songwriter and guitarist, is known as the Singing Cowboy of Tombstone. He performs Country, Country Gospel, and Light Comedy music styles for events, shows, weddings and private parties. He also gives music lessons. Has recently performed for special events such as National Day of the Cowboy and the recent Buffalo Soldiers' Day.
He is also a maker of gun belts and holsters.
A non-profit organization dedicated to creating an Old West atmosphere in Tombstone. The Tombstone Vigilantes do gunfights and hangings the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of each month beginning approximately 11:45 a.m. on historic Allen Street.
A non-profit, charitable organization of ladies who enjoy portraying the Proper Ladies of Tombstone with fashion shows from 1880 to 1915 portrayed. The fashion shows are done every 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of every month.
The Tombstone Vigilettes hold a Variety show once a year as well as Victorian Balls during the year. As a charitable organization, they provide scholarships to the local high school, donate to the local no-kill animal shelter, sponsor the crowning of the Rose Festival Queen and Court, hold a toy drive for needy area children at Christmas time and participate in many other such events. Ladies come join the Tombstone Vigilettes, they have a great time and would love to have you join in.
Would you like to have us come to your next meeting or event? Please let us know cause we:
"Have Petticoats, Will Travel!"