Longmire Days 2021

The Longmire Foundation is taking the precautionary measure of postponing Longmire Days from July to September 2-5, 2021. The safety of event attendees, our local community, and the actors who so generously donate their time are first and foremost in our minds, and we feel this change will give the event the time that may be necessary for large-scale, in-person get togethers to be possible. We also feel event attendees may require the extra time to change travel plans and feel safe and secure traveling to Durant (aka Buffalo), Wyoming. We want to see everyone, and we want everyone to be safe. We realize that none of us know what the summer will bring, so Longmire Days planning will continue. Most likely we will make a final decision about holding the event in early August. We are planning for the best-case scenario while preparing for the worst case one -- cancellation due to public health concerns. We appreciate the patience of the Longmire enthusiasts during this process. The safety of our community, the fans, and the actors are, as always, foremost in our minds. The situation is rapidly changing, and we cannot predict what may or may not happen. If you are concerned about travel cancellation fees, please contact your travel and accommodations providers for more details and information on what options you have with respect to cancellation notices and refunds. Please stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain social distancing, get the vaccine, and let's all hope we get through this before the event so we can all come together again and celebrate as a Longmire-loving community. General admission tickets for the 2021 Longmire Days event are on sale now and cost $10.00 each plus fees. Each attendee to the in-person events will need a general admission ticket. The confirmation email for each one will provide the purchaser with a code that is needed to buy individual event tickets. A general admission ticket does not guarantee purchase of tickets for individual events, but you will be alerted by email 24 hours before tickets to each event go on sale. Tickets are non-refundable, but do include admission to the street dance. If the event can’t be held in person, or if you are unable to attend after the purchase of general admission tickets, the price can be applied to admission to virtual events during the Longmire Days 2021 event. During the 2020 event, we learned there is a demand for Longmire Days worldwide, so we are pleased to announce that in addition to any in-person events for 2021, Longmire Days will be retaining many of the virtual elements introduced in 2020. More details regarding this event will become available as they are finalized. The Longmire Foundation is aware our country and the world are still in a pandemic situation that is ever changing. We will be working closely with our county health department and local government entities toward the implementation of the safest event possible.

Visit Absaroka County

Johnson County is nestled between the rolling plains of the Old West and the majestic peaks of the Bighorn Mountains. It is a picturesque area steeped in a rich history. A place of historic Indian battle sites, of the Bozeman Trail along which a person could seek their fortune, where Butch and Sundance sought respite, and where the Johnson County Cattle War left its indelible mark on the history of the west. Whether you come for our spectacular scenery, our host of outdoor recreation opportunities, or to mine the rich history of the area, there is something for everyone in Johnson County and Buffalo. Johnson County (Absaroka County), Wyoming will show you the best in western hospitality. When it is safe to travel far and wide again we hope you hang your hat and stay a while.
HF Bar Ranch
LONGMIRE DAYS Sept. 2-5, 2021

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Longmire Days 2021

The Longmire Foundation is taking the precautionary measure of postponing Longmire Days from July to September 2-5, 2021. The safety of event attendees, our local community, and the actors who so generously donate their time are first and foremost in our minds, and we feel this change will give the event the time that may be necessary for large- scale, in-person get togethers to be possible. We also feel event attendees may require the extra time to change travel plans and feel safe and secure traveling to Durant (aka Buffalo), Wyoming. We want to see everyone, and we want everyone to be safe. We realize that none of us know what the summer will bring, so Longmire Days planning will continue. Most likely we will make a final decision about holding the event in early August. We are planning for the best- case scenario while preparing for the worst case one -- cancellation due to public health concerns. We appreciate the patience of the Longmire enthusiasts during this process. The safety of our community, the fans, and the actors are, as always, foremost in our minds. The situation is rapidly changing, and we cannot predict what may or may not happen. If you are concerned about travel cancellation fees, please contact your travel and accommodations providers for more details and information on what options you have with respect to cancellation notices and refunds. Please stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain social distancing, get the vaccine, and let's all hope we get through this before the event so we can all come together again and celebrate as a Longmire-loving community. General admission tickets for the 2021 Longmire Days event are on sale now and cost $10.00 each plus fees. Each attendee to the in-person events will need a general admission ticket. The confirmation email for each one will provide the purchaser with a code that is needed to buy individual event tickets. A general admission ticket does not guarantee purchase of tickets for individual events, but you will be alerted by email 24 hours before tickets to each event go on sale. Tickets are non-refundable, but do include admission to the street dance. If the event can’t be held in person, or if you are unable to attend after the purchase of general admission tickets, the price can be applied to admission to virtual events during the Longmire Days 2021 event. During the 2020 event, we learned there is a demand for Longmire Days worldwide, so we are pleased to announce that in addition to any in-person events for 2021, Longmire Days will be retaining many of the virtual elements introduced in 2020. More details regarding this event will become available as they are finalized. The Longmire Foundation is aware our country and the world are still in a pandemic situation that is ever changing. We will be working closely with our county health department and local government entities toward the implementation of the safest event possible.

Visit Absaroka County

Johnson County is nestled between the rolling plains of the Old West and the majestic peaks of the Bighorn Mountains. It is a picturesque area steeped in a rich history. A place of historic Indian battle sites, of the Bozeman Trail along which a person could seek their fortune, where Butch and Sundance sought respite, and where the Johnson County Cattle War left its indelible mark on the history of the west. Whether you come for our spectacular scenery, our host of outdoor recreation opportunities, or to mine the rich history of the area, there is something for everyone in Johnson County and Buffalo. Johnson County (Absaroka County), Wyoming will show you the best in western hospitality. When it is safe to travel far and wide again we hope you hang your hat and stay a while.
HF Bar Ranch
LONGMIRE DAYS Sept. 2-5, 2021

© The Longmire Foundation All Rights Reserved

Website by Mountain West Group

Longmire Days 2021

The Longmire Foundation is taking the precautionary measure of postponing Longmire Days from July to September 2-5, 2021. The safety of event attendees, our local community, and the actors who so generously donate their time are first and foremost in our minds, and we feel this change will give the event the time that may be necessary for large-scale, in-person get togethers to be possible. We also feel event attendees may require the extra time to change travel plans and feel safe and secure traveling to Durant (aka Buffalo), Wyoming. We want to see everyone, and we want everyone to be safe. We realize that none of us know what the summer will bring, so Longmire Days planning will continue. Most likely we will make a final decision about holding the event in early August. We are planning for the best-case scenario while preparing for the worst case one -- cancellation due to public health concerns. We appreciate the patience of the Longmire enthusiasts during this process. The safety of our community, the fans, and the actors are, as always, foremost in our minds. The situation is rapidly changing, and we cannot predict what may or may not happen. If you are concerned about travel cancellation fees, please contact your travel and accommodations providers for more details and information on what options you have with respect to cancellation notices and refunds. Please stay safe, wear a mask, wash your hands, maintain social distancing, get the vaccine, and let's all hope we get through this before the event so we can all come together again and celebrate as a Longmire-loving community. General admission tickets for the 2021 Longmire Days event are on sale now and cost $10.00 each plus fees. Each attendee to the in- person events will need a general admission ticket. The confirmation email for each one will provide the purchaser with a code that is needed to buy individual event tickets. A general admission ticket does not guarantee purchase of tickets for individual events, but you will be alerted by email 24 hours before tickets to each event go on sale. Tickets are non-refundable, but do include admission to the street dance. If the event can’t be held in person, or if you are unable to attend after the purchase of general admission tickets, the price can be applied to admission to virtual events during the Longmire Days 2021 event. During the 2020 event, we learned there is a demand for Longmire Days worldwide, so we are pleased to announce that in addition to any in-person events for 2021, Longmire Days will be retaining many of the virtual elements introduced in 2020. More details regarding this event will become available as they are finalized. The Longmire Foundation is aware our country and the world are still in a pandemic situation that is ever changing. We will be working closely with our county health department and local government entities toward the implementation of the safest event possible.

Visit Absaroka County

Johnson County is nestled between the rolling plains of the Old West and the majestic peaks of the Bighorn Mountains. It is a picturesque area steeped in a rich history. A place of historic Indian battle sites, of the Bozeman Trail along which a person could seek their fortune, where Butch and Sundance sought respite, and where the Johnson County Cattle War left its indelible mark on the history of the west. Whether you come for our spectacular scenery, our host of outdoor recreation opportunities, or to mine the rich history of the area, there is something for everyone in Johnson County and Buffalo. Johnson County (Absaroka County), Wyoming will show you the best in western hospitality. When it is safe to travel far and wide again we hope you hang your hat and stay a while.
HF Bar Ranch
LONGMIRE DAYS Sept. 2-5, 2021

© The Longmire Foundation

All Rights Reserved

Website by Mountain West Group