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We planned our day around being back at the Irma to see the shootout at 6pm. Seats are $2 a piece and you can easily grab one 5 minutes before the show. The show starts with about 10 minutes of promotions for the sponsors. I...More
This gunshow takes place outside the Irma hotel at 6PM; and at FREE, the price is right! You can pay $2/seat to reserve a seat, and you can do it early, put your names on the seat and then go off until show time. But,...More
Kids would like this for sure. Free show but if you want good seats, $2 each. Money goes to good cause so no problem with that.
Actors seem to enjoy themselves but everyone was a little lackadaisical about it all. I'm sure it gets old...More
This was a fun way to spend half an hour. We paid the couple of $ for a seat and were placed on the front row. This was a very good show and entertaining, bringing back the old Wild West. Top marks to the people...More
My whole family loved the street show. The show is held in front of the historic Irma hotel. It lasts about 30 minutes or so. When it is over you can explore the Irma hotel or get a meal, alcoholic drink, or beer from the...More
On the plus side: the Cody Gunfighters troupe performs with gusto outside the historic Irma Hotel, in the heart of Cody's quaint downtown. The "show" is free (though you may not mind paying 2 bucks apiece to sit in folding chairs).
Minus side: The re-enactment...More
I have no frame of reference for rating, not having seen a gunfight reenactment before. It was pretty low tech, not everyone remembered their lines and went off script. I wondered at times if the actors were drinking real alcohol in the prop glasses. My...More
This was the worst "show" we've ever seen. Anywhere. Ever. It's a free performance, and we know why. Wild Bill Cody would most likely be ashamed to have this gunfight affiliated with The Irma Hotel. The show started 15 minutes late, then the first 15...More