Gypsum Daze

July 18-20, 2019

A community event that brings friends and families together to celebrate Colorado and rural mountain fun. 

Join us for another spectacular Gypsum Daze filled with activities and fun for everyone. The the complete event line up for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday is listed below. Plus, this years' Saturday Concert will feature Scotty McCreery with opening act The Lone Bellow. Buy tickets below or HERE.

Thursday, July 18
FREE Fishing for Kids - 5:00 PM @ Gypsum Ponds

Friday, July 19
Pickleball Tournament - 8:00 AM @ Cotton Ranch Courts

Youth Talent Show - 6:00 PM @ Lundgren Theater

Gypsum Daze Stampede - 8:00 PM @ Food Court Tent 

Friday & Saturday
Food & Shopping - Fri. 4:00 PM-10:00 PM @ Gypsum Daze Midway
                           - Sat. 11:00 AM-10:00 PM @ Gypsum Daze Midway

FREE Kids Playland - Fri. 4:00 PM-9:00 PM @ Library Parking Lot
                              - Sat. 10:30 AM-3:30 PM @ Library Parking Lot

Saturday, July 20
Gypsum Fire Pancake Breakfast - 7:00 AM @ GRC Parking Lot

Gypsum Daze 5K Run/Walk - 8:00 AM @ Lundgren Blvd.

Gypsum Daze Parade - 10:00 AM @ Valley Road

Gypsum Creek Cruisers Car Show - 11:00 AM Lundgren Blvd. & Town Hall Park

FREE Family Shooting Sports BBQ - 12:00 PM @ Eagle Valley Rod & Gun Club

Jalapeno Eating Contest - 2:30 PM @ Food Court at Gypsum Daze Midway

Saturday Concert - 7:00 PM Opening Act, The Lone Bellow @ Lundgren Amphitheater
                           - 8:30 PM Headliner, Scotty McCreery @ Lundgren Amphitheater

(For VIP Ticket Holders - Click HERE for complete VIP Reception Info)

Tickets on sale now!

 Scotty McCreeryThe Lone Bellow


Merchant Vendor applications are still being accepted. Food Vending is currently closed/full. CLICK HERE for more information.

Fishing is Fun @ Gypsum Daze

Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 5:00pm - 7:00pm

The Colorado Department of  Wildlife along with the Town of Gypsum and ECO Transit offers folks of all ages the Fishing is Fun event at Gypsum Ponds Thursday, July 18 at 5:00 pm. Park along the shooting range road and hop onto the ECO bus for a ride toward the ponds. The Colorado Department of

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