Do you like to mix historical facts and libations together? Then I've got a deal for you! Tales & Ales is coming to Downtown Cheyenne. You may be asking yourself, what is Tales & Ales? Well, it's a way to hit up several Downtown Cheyenne Breweries and Bars while also getting a trolley tour in. If you've never had the pleasure of doing a trolley tour, then you're totally missing out on learning some awesome things about Cheyenne. Especially if you're into history, this is a lot of fun.

The idea is, you'll jump on the trolley and they'll give you the history of Cheyenne, as they do on the regular tours and they'll drop you off at different watering holes across town, and they'll have some specials ready for your arrival.

Tickets for Tales & Ales are $35 in advance and $40 day of. And what day is that? Go ahead and circle Saturday, April 2nd on your calendar. The event will go on from 3pm to 10pm and should be an absolute blast!

The DDA will be hosting this event and teaming up with many of your favorite places in Downtown Cheyenne, it's also kind of the kick-off to 2022 events if you think about it. The first weekend in April as we're pulling ourselves out of Winter. Even if it is chilly that day, you'll have a trolley to take you from place to place, so really, it's a win-win any way you look at it.

So, get your wristband, find your party pants and get ready for Tales & Ales.

Every Band That’s Ever Played At Cheyenne Frontier Days (UPDATED)

The Daddy of 'Em All is back and today we're looking back at over 50 years of concerts at Cheyenne Frontier Days. This list features every main stage musical act on the Frontier Nights stage at Frontier Park in Cheyenne, Wyoming since 1966. Courtesy of Daniel Long with the CFD Old West Museum

Just The Facts: Size Doesn't Matter For Wyoming's War Memorial Stadium

Did you know it would take the populations of Gillette (32,857), Laramie (32,381), Rock Springs (23,319), Sheridan (17,844) and Wright (1,200) to create a sellout inside Michigan's famed 107,601-seat Big House, the largest college football stadium in the nation?

For those of you not familiar with the Cowboy State, those are Wyoming's third through sixth most inhabited cities, along with the small mining town in Campbell County.