Superday 2021

2021 Superday is scheduled for Saturday, June 26, 10am-4pm in south Lions Park. 

About the Event
Superday is an annual celebration that kicks off July as National Parks and Recreation Month and is hosted by the City of Cheyenne Community Recreation & Events Department to promote greater awareness of the value and availability of local recreation and leisure activities. 

See below for registrations forms.  

For more information, please contact the City Recreation Manager, at 773-1044 or email  Registration forms have the event chair contact information.



Superday Events

Community Vendor Sampling Permit Packet

Click the link below to download the Sampling Permit Packet from the Laramie County Health Department. Please not that this is a different permit than that of regular food vendors. There is a $25.00 fee for this permit. All instructions to complete and submit this packet are found on the first page.

Sampling Permit Packet

If you are giving samples of any type of food or drink you will also need a city permit. Please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 307-637-6329 or email them at

Food Vendor Application Form

Food Vendors

Chair Jason Hardy,


Tour de Prairie 25, 50, 75 or 100 Mile Bike Ride

Tour de Prairie

Contact the City Recreation Manager, for information.

Chair Ron Conard

2021 TourdePrairie Brochure

Click here to register online



5K Fun Walk/Run

5K Fun Walk/Run

Chair Kathrine Smith,

2021 5k Brochure

Click here to register online


Chalk Art Festival

Chalk Art Festival

Chair Lanna Donn,


Grass Volleyball Tournament

Grass Volleyball Tournament – First 16 teams.

Chair David Mullen,

2021 Superday – Volleyball Tournament Registration Form


Superday Entertainment

2021 Superday Band Line Up

Cheyenne Events and HollyFronteir Renewables Presents

Live music is back, Cheyenne! This summer we’re pushing the boundaries and bringing some of the hottest up-and-coming artists to this year’s Superday celebration. Don’t miss your chance to see Wildermiss and Saint Nomad live on Saturday, June 26th at Lions Park. Special thanks to our presenting sponsor, HollyFrontier Renewables for helping us make this event possible.

2:00 – 3:15 PM

In just a few short years, Wildermiss has built up a fiercely loyal following, first at home in Colorado and then across the country. One of Denver’s most popular acts, the band gains new fans every time it plays. Whether the quartet is selling out storied venues in its hometown, headlining festivals, or lifting the spirits of stir-crazed fans in the middle of a pandemic (playing songs in front of their houses on the back of a flatbed truck), Wildermiss pulls people in with the palpable passion of its performances, which more than measure up to the magnetism of its music.

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Saint Nomad is an alt-pop band of brothers who grew up on the road, performing more than 150 shows annually for a decade. Born in Russia and raised in America, siblings Nikita, Ruslan, and Yan Odnoralov introduced Saint Nomad’s genre-bending mix of organic instruments, electronic soundscapes, and larger-than-life melodies with 2018’s Memento Mori. The debut album was written and produced by the brothers themselves, featuring cinematic tracks like “Only Thing” (featured in advertisements for Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why), “El Dorado,” and “Rain in Paris.” Since Memento Mori’s release, Saint Nomad has further expanded its nuanced, textured sound with digital singles like “Nothing To Lose” and “Better Off,” both of which were recorded in collaboration with 3x Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, James Bay).