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Wild West Arts Fest

Wild West Arts Fest (formerly Wild West Extravaganza) is an annual arts and crafts fair that happens in Cody, Wyoming. Annually this 3-day show takes place July 2, 3, and 4. Known as Stampede Week, this is one of Cody's busiest weeks of the year. As a result, Wild West Arts Fest usually sees an average of 10,000 visitors. If you make and sell jewelry, woodworking, furniture, photography, or another craft, please apply!

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How to Apply for Wild West Arts Fest

The Cody Country Chamber of Commerce organizes the Wild West Arts Fest (WWAF).

We review all applications on a first-come, first-served basis when we receive them. The Chamber reserves the right to determine which vendors are the best fit for the event and the patrons. In fact, WWAF normally receives more applications than there are vendor booth spaces available, so we are not able to accept every applicant. Finally, incomplete applications will not receive any consideration.

No commercially produced items or merchandise (ie t-shirts, ballcaps, mass produced clothing, etc.) will be considered or allowed! All items must be handmade and family-friendly. See the Standards & Vendor information below for full details.

We do not book entertainment or performers for this event. If you are in a band or entertainment group, we recommend reaching out to the City of Cody.

2024 applications will be posted around late February/early March.  We have separate applications for Food Vendors (specifically food trucks) and Arts & Crafts & NonProfits.

Standards & Vendor Information. Includes map of location.

After review, selected vendors will soon receive confirmation from our office. We will contact you via phone or electronically to inform you of your selection. Upon approval, you will be provided with a vendor packet and a copy of the street map with your booth placement.


For any questions about applying for Wild West Arts Fest, please contact Liz Stuard (307-586-1580 or

Please note: Wild West Arts Fest is a separate event from the Buffalo Bill Art Show, a western fine art sale which happens annually in September.

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