In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

The Tombstone Vigilantes shoot ’em up for good!

No "bad guys" in the Tombstone Vigilantes

In the “Town Too Tough to Die,” it’s easy to tell the good guys from the bad guys. But there are no bad guys in the Tombstone Vigilantes.

That’s because they are dedicated to improving their community. For 73 years, This 501c3 raises money for the Tombstone Small Animal Shelter, the Tombstone Food Bank, the Tombstone Senior Center, the Senior Meals on Wheels and the Renaissance Program at the Tombstone High School.


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Tombstone Vigilantes Hanging Tree


For a small donation, you can be tried, convicted, and hung from the Hanging Tree, complete with a personalized plaque. For a much larger donation, they’ll set you free!

See the authentic history of Tombstone at the Courthouse State Park. We explore their Wyatt Earp exhibit here.


The Tombstone Vigilantes raise money by performing every 2nd and 4th Sundays. Plus, President’s Day in February is Vigilante Days. They’ll be at the 2019 Rose Festival to celebrate the 133rd blooming of the World’s Largest Rose Tree on April 12, 13, & 14, 2019. Chances are, you’ll see these good guys, posing as bad guys, at almost every event in Tombstone, working to make the Town Too Tough to Die, a better place to live.