In the mood to sing? Wyoming is home to a wonderful selection of fine karaoke establishments. From bars in Casper to pubs in Cheyenne, you just can't beat a good night of karaoke. Here are the best places to sing your heart out in the state.
In Casper, the Office Bar and Grill has long been a favorite watering hole for more than eight decades and karaoke stalwart. The Office offers a deep playlist of sing-along favorites and two nights of regularly-scheduled karaoke—usually Friday and Saturday—every single week.
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When feel the urge to belt out a tune in the state’s biggest city, you’ll find the microphone waiting for you at Scooter’s Bar in Cheyenne. Scooter’s hosts karaoke every Wednesday—which also happens to be ladies night—and most Friday nights.
College students and cowboys, alike, find their karaoke fix every Wednesday night at Bud’s Bar in Laramie. They boast a catalog of thousands of songs that include both current songs and classics. In addition to Bud’s Bar’s regularly-scheduled karaoke nights, they host other karaoke events from time to time.
Crooners in Jackson Hole—often called the town’s last locals bar—can channel their inner Roy Rogers (or Maggie Rogers or Nile Rogers) at the Virginian Saloon. In addition to regularly-scheduled karaoke, the bar also offers plenty of drink specials, live music and open-mic nights.
In Gillette, the Sundance Lounge is a favorite among folks who want nothing more than to sing in public. With regularly-scheduled karaoke nights, special karaoke events, and a deep playlist, you’re sure to feed your singing soul at Sundance Lounge.
Alf’s Pub, in Cheyenne, is another go-to spot for karaoke in Southeast Wyoming. Alf’s hosts karaoke on Saturday nights, so put on your boots and warm up your voice. Be sure to look for special karaoke events, live music, and food and drink specials throughout the week, as well.
In Casper, you can find a spot to sing until your heart’s content at the Horseshoe Bar and Grill. One of the city’s favorite live music venues, the Horseshoe turns the mic over to you—and all the other vocalists in the area—on their regular karaoke (usually Friday) karaoke nights.