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Deadwood Mountain Grand-Live Concerts

Deadwood Mountain Grand-Live Concerts

Deadwood Mountain Grand, known for its large concert stadium and live entertainment, is open for business!  Originally built in 1935 as the Homestake Slime Plant, the enormous building’s purpose was for gold to be extracted from a by-product of crushed ore suspended...

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Come to Deadwood, Where the West is Still Wild

Come to Deadwood, Where the West is Still Wild

In 1876, gold was discovered in the rugged hills of South Dakota.  Miners, outlaws and gunslingers poured into the area, and the epitome of the Wild West that we know as Deadwood was born.  From that birth, we gained some of our most cherished American stories and...

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Free Parking and Close to Events!

A leisurely stroll to the heart of Deadwood, the Deadwood Mountain Grand concert venue, the Adams Museum, and the History and Information Center. If you would rather ride one of Deadwood’s finest trolleys, you are in the right spot, as the trolley stops here every hour.