616 MAIN ST
Hill City, SD 57745
Phone: (605) 574-2100
Fax: (605) 574-4936
Held every year in June the Crazy Horse Stampede is supported by Crazy Horse Memorial to further their goal to cultural understanding. Come out and support while watching Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) events and Great Plains Indian Rodeo Association (GPIRA) events. Rodeo Admission is $12 for adults (ages 12 and up), $5 for children (ages 7-11) and free for ages 6 and under. For more information please visit Crazy Horse Memorial's website.
Honoring the Native American heritage the laser show is presented at night during the Memorial Day weekend through Native American Day in October every year. The light show turns the mountain into a 500 foot "screen" as the lights hit the mountain. Come watch this unique method of story telling with the whole family!
Held annually, the Native Americans Day celebration at Crazy Horse Memorial will have an educational program for everyone to enjoy, Native American singers, dancers, artists and storytellers. Children will get to participate in hands-on activities and everyone will get to witness a blast on the mountain carving. Everyone will also get to enjoy a free buffalo stew lunch!
Held annually during the first weekend in June, this hike is a 10k or 6.2 mile woodlands hike to the largest mountain carving in the world (Still in progress). With over 15,000 hikers a year this hike is the most popular in the US. This is the only time visitors are allowed to hike to the top of the carving. If you donate cash or three cans of food to the KOTA Care & Share Food Drive hikers get in for free. For more information please visit Crazy Horse Memorial's website.
Come enjoy an art show and contest with numerous categories and also watch the Native American Fashion Show and see some wearable art. Also enjoy indian songs and dances. Also go shop for custom made clothing, jewelry, and much more. This event are held annually in June. Please see Crazy Horse Memorial's website for more information.
Enjoy three days of South Dakota's finest artists and craftsmen at the annual Buffalo Roundup Arts Festival. Start you morning with a pancake feed, enjoy on-going western and Native American entertainment or purchase fine artwork or South Dakota-made products. It's a South Dakota experience you won't want to miss.
The Dahl Arts Center has enthused a new lease of life into the visual arts scene of Grand Rapids city. Exhibiting works by renowned artists in its 3 galleries, the center also organizes some exciting demonstrations, family -related activities, clay & cartoon classes and tours. Check the website for a list of ongoing and upcoming exhibitions.
Located across Rushmore Road is the multi-sports center Don Barnett Arena. Home to the Rapid City Flying Aces, a football team, it can accommodate nearly 10000 spectators. Apart from sports matches, it hosts variety of cultural and local events. While you are in town, do drop-in at this arena to watch an exciting game or a show.
This civic center is a hub of activities, such as theatre performances, musical concerts, business meetings and conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs, and also sporting events such as rodeos. While the well-equipped theatre lets you enjoy plays in a quality atmosphere, the convention center with a sprawling space of over 12,000 square feet gives you the biggest exhibitions and fairs of the year. The catering facility makes sure every occasion you celebrate here is a sure success. In addition, tickets to a rock show held in the arena are your doorway to an exciting and unforgettable evening!
Held each year in late November, this holiday show features the fine crafts of Country Fairs, including such items as toys, quilts, handmade gifts, Christmas decorations and the finely crafted items that will become the heirlooms of the future.
Each Christmas season is welcomed in by the warmth of acoustic music that celebrates the spirit of the holiday season.
This annual rodeo finals event takes place in September of each year.