Last performances of the Medora Musical, and the Medora Gospel Brunch season mark transition to brand-new fall and winter events
(Medora, ND) – The summer season in Medora comes to its wonderful conclusion this Saturday and Sunday when the Medora Musical wraps up September 8 and the Medora Gospel Brunch closes on September 9.
In celebration of finale weekend, TRMF has invited First Responders (police, fire fighters, etc.) and EMS personnel to see the Medora Musical for FREE on either September 7 or September 8.
TRMF marketing and communications specialist, Daniel Gannarelli says, “We’re excited to host First Responders and EMS personnel for free during the last two Medora Musical performances of the year. They serve us so well in their respective capacities. It’s the least we could do.”
Gannarelli continued, “The end of the year is always an exciting time in Medora. It’s fun to serve guests from all over the world who are trying to take in one more show — whether it’s seeing A TR Salute to Medora at the Old Town Hall Theater, the Medora Gospel Brunch or, most typically, catching one more Medora Musical at the Burning Hills Amphitheatre.
Finale weekend in Medora will also feature the 15th Annual Medora Hot Air Balloon Rally and Kite Fest September 7 – 9. This traditional event that brings in photographers and guests from across the region to view the mesmerizing spectacle.
The fun continues after the season finale of the Medora Musical, too.
Bully Pulpit Golf Course remains open through most of the month of October, and enthusiasts can enjoy the Maah Daah Hey Trail and activities in Theodore Roosevelt National Park all year. Additionally, a full schedule of family-friendly events is planned for folks to enjoy the Badlands throughout the fall and winter season.
Many of the events coming from suggestions from guests in Medora, the schedule of entertainment and events is as follows:
The Fall and Winter events schedule is as follows:
- September 21 & 22: Church of Cash concert in Medora
- September 22 – 27: Maah Daah Hey 150 Mountain Bike Race
- September 29: Medora’s Beer and Bacon Event, hosted by Little Missouri Chiropractic
- October 26 & 27: Wild West Fright Fest and Haunted House
- November 17: Wine and Dine — a Theodore’s Dinning Room Event
- November 30 & December 1: A Magical Medora Christmas Show LIVE in Medora (full tour November 24 – December 22)
- December 7 – 9: Medora’s Old-Fashioned Cowboy Christmas
- December 15: Bold St. Nick’s Fat Bike Race
- February 8 & 9: Romance in Medora — a Valentine’s Day Event
- Winter Shows at the Old Town Hall Theater — To Be Announced
Gannarelli concluded by saying, “These fall and winter events are the highlights. But folks from all over come to Medora in the fall to explore TR National Park without the crowds… or play Bully Pulpit when it’s at its prettiest.”
“In the winter, many love to snow shoe, cross country ski, ride fat bikes on the manicured trails at Bully Pulpit. With this entertainment lineup added to the mix, there really is more to explore in Medora than ever before.”
Guest can get more information about Medora’s fall and winter events schedule — and purchase tickjets for the Medora shows remaining this summer — at Medora.com.