This year, the Tombstone Vigilantes celebrate their 74th year of service to the community of Tombstone, Arizona and to Cochise County. Come see them Saturday, Feb 15, and Sunday, Feb 16 from 10 AM to 4 PM daily along Allen St. There will be plenty of street entertainment, raffles, and more. If you are not a Gunslinger or Saloon Lady, come down and see the world’s best re-enactors perform to bring the Old West to life. While you are enjoying the festivities you can be hung, or have someone hung, by the Tombstone Vigilantes at the hanging scaffold. Tombstone Vigilettes and various other forms of entertainment will also be here.
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