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After the long winded introduction of thanking all the sponsors. The show starts. Terrible sound quality, you can only hear a few words mixed in with feedback. A mish mash of recognizable characters from the west with no plot. Poor acting right outside the Irma...More
One would think that as this is done daily, the actors could remember their lines. Maybe ad libbing is encouraged. But this was just awful. Luckily you can grab a table at the bar on the patio to watch and enjoy yourself there while you...More
Fun FREE outdoor "western shootout" on a barricaded side street in front of the
Irma Hotel....Free places to side or stand and watch, or pay $2 for an upfront
chair...Characters were SO FRIENDLY and took pictures for as long as people
wanted to repose...
Thankfully, you only have to pay $2 to sit in a seat to watch this horror show. The script, if there was one, was awful. The ad-libbing was terrible, and I am pretty sure that at least one actor was drunk. This is not a...More
Booked two seats to this event, which at $2 per chair are well worth it. Show started on time but didn’t flow as you got the feeling some of the cast forgot their lines! Wyatt Earp was the best of the bunch and most convincing....More
The show is really poor and presented by people who are not talented in any way. Too much advertising before show. There are many good options that are missed like the Dan Miller show or The Cody Cattle Company shows which are done by professional...More
My wife and I joined two other couples for drinks at the touristy gunfight outside the Irma Hotel on 9/17. While corny, it was entertaining and all six of us are glad we saw it once. We bought chairs for $2 each so we would...More
This show is set up on a side street just a short way from the "main drag". The seats are set up so that the only seats you can stand behind are on the sides. The rows of seats go back to sit up against...More
We were walking downtown Cody so decided to stick around to watch this at the Irma Hotel. There were a lot of "advertisements" for local sponsors at the beginning but then the show started. It was free unless you want to rent a chair. We...More