90th Annual Helldorado Days

Come celebrate Arizona’s oldest and most exciting event – Tombstone’s annual Helldorado Days, celebrating their 90th year!

We have added even more reenactment groups, a larger food court, beer and wine garden, a free kid’s zone and so much more!

People travel from all over the world just to join in the fun, with many of them repeating their travel plans year after year often commenting that Tombstone Helldorado Days is their favorite event of the year!

What is Helldorado Days
Helldorado Days began in 1929 to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Tombstone, Arizona. It has remained as an annual celebration each year since then. It is put on by a group of volunteers from Cochise County.

Friday, October 18th: Begins at 10:10 am with the playing of the National Anthem. Reenactment shows begin immediately following and go throughout the day every 15 minutes until 4:30 pm. Annual “reunion” gathering at the Rose Tree Museum at 6:30 pm and is free for anyone that wishes to attend. They will present several awards and provide light refreshments.

Saturday, October 20th: Reenactments begin at 10:00 am and continue every 15 minutes until 4:45 pm. The kids’ zone will be open during the same period as well as other entertainment options.

Sunday, October 21st: The parade begins at 11:00 am. (There were over 85 entrants last year). Reenactment groups will begin immediately following the parade and will continue through 4:00 pm. Closing ceremonies immediately follow.

 On Allen Street in Tombstone, AZ



Oct 18, 2019 - Oct 20, 2019


Allen Street
Tombstone, AZ


10 am – 5 pm




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