The street dances are one of the great traditions of Laramie Jubilee Days. They tend to be one of the more popular events with thousands of people filling the streets in downtown Laramie.
This year some changes have been made to the street dances, most notably with the location being moved to the parking lot south of Coal Creek and more restrictions on open containers. Event organizers are hoping this will make the event more family friendly and help relieve some of the traffic issues downtown by allowing more streets to remain open.
The ultimate judge of whether or not these changes make the event better will be the amount of people that decide to go to the street dances. So, let us know if you plan on going to the street dances during Laramie Jubilee Days by answering the survey below.