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Trial of Jack McCall – Wild Bill Theatre

The Trial of Jack McCall is seasonal and returns May of 2021 – in an exciting new location: Wild Bill Theatre! Deadwood Alive’s re-enactment troupe offers the following services…

History at its finest…and most fun!

Deadwood – True West Magazine’s “Best Old West Gunfighter Town”

The Deadwood Alive troupe is here to entertain. From Main Street Deadwood shootouts to guided walking tours, there’s something for all guests to enjoy, year-round. Read on for more info!


The Deadwood Alive summer season is May 22 – September 21, 2021
Fall season is October 1 – November 20, 2021, tentative

12:00 – “Lawman’s Patrol” – Walking Tour $15/person Call 1-800-344-8826 to book this
tour. Must book 24 hours in advance.
1:45 – “Pre-Spectacle Tomfoolery” – Outlaw Square / Franklin Hotel
2:00 – SHOOTOUT – “The Strange Tale of David Lunt” – Outlaw Square / Franklin Hotel
2:30: “A Rootin’ Tootin’ Card Game for Kids” – Outlaw Square / Franklin Hotel
2:30: “Gold, Guns and Grubstake” – (the evolution of pre-1900 firearms) – Gold Street Courtyard
3:30: “Dr. Stan Dupp’s Travelin’ Medicine Show” – Gold Street Courtyard
4:00: SHOOTOUT – “Showdown on Gold Street” – Bodega / Holiday Inn Express
4:30 – “Hangin’ with the Shootists” – (meet the gunslingers, ask questions and get their
autographs) – Gold Street Courtyard
5:45: “More Tomfoolery” – Wild Bill Bar / Celebrity Hotel
6:00: SHOOTOUT – “The Boone May/Prescott Web Altercation” – Wild Bill Bar / Celebrity Hotel
7:35: Capture of Jack McCall – in front of the Saloon No. 10
7:50: “Even More Tomfoolery” – Wild Bill Theatre
8:00: TRIAL OF JACK McCALL – Wild Bill Theatre

$8 Adults, $7 Seniors, $4 Children (ages 6-12) and Children 5 & Under are Free!
Shootouts and Shows are Free! The Trial of Jack McCall can be seen at 8:00PM following the 7:35PM capture of Jack McCall on Historic Main Street. The Trial operates Monday through Saturday during Peak Season.
Online and phone (800-344-8826) purchases must be made a minimum of 24 hours in advance.  Tickets are also available day-of at the door before the show or on Historic Main Street from the Information Chuckwagon.

*Stagecoach rides have been canceled for the Summer season. Please visit DEADWOODALIVE.COM.

Fall season is September 24 – November 20, 2021.

The Shooting of Wild Bill Hickok

The shooting of Wild Bill is held Monday – Saturday inside the Saloon 10 (657 Main Street) at 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 5:00pm and 7:00pm. The shows are FREE and all ages are welcome.

CLICK HERE for a schedule of operations

For more information email andy@deadwoodalive.com.

715 Main Street
Deadwood, SD 57732

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