• Wyoming Stagecoach Days
    Wyoming Stagecoach Days, an annual celebration of the history of Wyoming, MN.
  • A storm is brewing,  Bad Weather is coming to main stage Friday night.  Can you withstand the storm?  Come and see them live at Stagecoach Days.
    A storm is brewing, Bad Weather is coming to main stage Friday night. Can you withstand the storm? (click here for more info...)
  • Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community - Kids Can Be Artists Too!
    Kids Can Be Artists Too, where kids paint with the artists of the Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community. (click here for more information)
  • Wyoming Stagecoach Days Car Show
    Reflecting on the Wyoming's life and location on historic Highway 61.
  • Marty Sonnek is what many consider to be a "one man band", but it
    Marty Sonnek is what many consider to be a "one man band", but it's not what you might think. (click for more info)
  • At the Rowdy Cowboy Show you can expect a mix of music, dancing, witty banter, crowd interaction, drinking, and tons of fun!
    At the Rowdy Cowboy Show you can expect a mix of music, dancing, witty banter, crowd interaction, drinking, and tons of fun! (click and find out more)

Wyoming Stagecoach Days Treasure Hunt

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Stagecoach Days!

September 15th through the 17th, 2017

Wyoming, Minnesota's Annual Celebration

Check back and find out more about this year's Stagecoach Days!

Wyoming Stagecoach Days is an annual community event in Wyoming, MN that's held in September and features unique vendors, arts and crafts, fun for kids, and a LARGE music venue.

About Wyoming, MN...

The first settler's arrived in 1855 from Pennsylvania and it was named Wyoming because it reminded them of the Wyoming Valley back home. 

Wyoming was the first stop on the stagecoach route from Rice Street in St. Paul to Duluth.  In the 1860’s, travelers to Duluth stopped here for the night and the stagecoach horses were changed.  By 1915, Wyoming had a weekly newspaper, the Wyoming Enterprise.  It was published by Wyoming booster S. D. Pierce, and on its masthead was this unabashed motto: Published in a Live Growing Town That Has a Bright Future in View.  Four hundred people lived here then. One of the advertisers was First State Bank Wyoming, which is still in business.

The Wyoming Stagecoach Days Celebration
is coordinated by the members of the Wyoming Fire Relief Association