Organizers of this Buffalo’s Longmire Days say after a two-year hiatus, the year’s event was a tremendous success with every event selling out.
Longmire Days returned to Buffalo, Wyoming this past weekend and thousands of super-fans made the trip to celebrate.
Excitement is building in Buffalo, as townspeople gear up for an influx of fans from all over the world for “Longmire Days” which begins on Thursday.
“Longmire Days,” a festival centered on the books and television show created by local author Craig Johnson, is returning on August 18 – 21 in Buffalo, Wyoming.
“Longmire” author Craig Johnson told Cowboy State Daily that his new book will be out in September and the 11th annual “Longmire Days” celebration is slated for August 18 – 21 in Buffalo.
Robert Taylor, the actor who plays the title character on the TV series “Longmire,” won’t be able to appear in person at Buffalo’s Longmire Days this year.
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The Longmire Foundation on Friday announced it is postponing the annual Longmire Days celebration from July to September.
Even though it’s been three years since the last new episode of “Longmire” aired, thousands of people last week visited the town that inspired the setting for the books written by Ucross author Craig Johnson.