Festival and events in Cache Creek celebrate the town's retro 1950s theme, cowboy culture, car racing enthusiasm, Aboriginal culture, and aviation.
Graffiti Days is the biggest weekend celebration of the year, and Cars on Ice produces some exciting ice-racing action in winter. The Bonaparte Pow Wow at Historic Hat Creek Ranch is a multi-day celebration of Aboriginal culture, and the Mother’s Day Fly-In features high-flying plane demonstrations.
This is also rodeo country, and the Hat Creek Rodeo and Dead Man’s Creek Rodeo attract large crowds. Nearby Ashcroft is home to the Ashcroft Stampede, known as the “Biggest Little Rodeo in the West.”
In Cache Creek, Graffiti Days is the town's biggest weekend celebration of the year. A 1950s-themed festival, the event is held in early June and features dozens of classic cars, trucks, and bikes that gather for a day in the park. Graffiti Days is held in conjunction with the Langley Loafers Old Time Drags (at the Eagle Motorplex), which includes a parade, displays of old cars, a giant BBQ, and dance.