Deadwood Jam Offers Lively Reason for Visiting the Black Hills
This September 11 – 12, Deadwood will be hosting the annual Deadwood Jam on historic Main Street for a lively time of country, blues, bluegrass, general songwriters and more for a varied look into the sounds of the Black Hills. Just some of the names set to appear at this year’s festival include Mat Kearney, Rocco DeLuca and The Burden, Randy McAllister with the Brandon Sprague Blues Band, The Outlaws, Sarah Pierce, Savage Henry, and more.
Those interested in attending the Deadwood Jam can find a variety of lodging options throughout the Mount Rushmore area online.
Of course, you can’t stop by the Mount Rushmore area without visiting the monument itself, and along the Mount Rushmore Tour you will see the iconic landmark and more! The Mount Rushmore Tour begins with Mount Rushmore and its visitor’s center. From there, you will explore the area’s other famed sculpture-in-process, the Crazy Horse Memorial. You will then pass through Custer State Park on your way to the Big Thunder Gold Mine for an authentic gold panning experience from the 19th century.
Reserve your Mount Rushmore Tour online.
Aside from sightseeing, the entire family can delight in the down home sounds and tastes with the Chuckwagon Dinner and Western Music Show at Circle B Ranch. The night will feature a hearty meal consisting of tender roast beef, barbecue chicken, biscuits, and more. As for the entertainment, you will be treated to traditional country songs as the house band performs hits from Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Sons of the Pioneers, and more.
Book tickets to the Chuckwagon Dinner and Western Music Show at Circle B Ranch online.