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A boomtown is a community that experiences sudden and rapid population and economic growth.
Boomtown or Boom Town may also refer to:
- Boomtown Historic District, a neighborhood in Martinsburg, West Virginia
- Boomtown, Inc., a former gaming company in Verdi, Nevada
- Boomtown Biloxi, a casino in Biloxi, Mississippi
- Boomtown Bossier City, a hotel and casino located in Bossier City, Louisiana (formerly known as Casino Magic Bossier City)
- Boomtown Las Vegas, a former hotel and casino located in Enterprise, Nevada (now known as Silverton Las Vegas)
- Boomtown New Orleans, a hotel and casino located in Harvey, Louisiana (formerly known as Boomtown Westbank)
- Boomtown Reno, a hotel and casino located in Verdi, Nevada
- Boomtown Oil LLC, a Delaware incorporated Oil & Gas Operating Company
Art, entertainment, and media
- Boom Town (film), a 1940 adventure drama Hollywood film starring Clark Gable
- Boomtown Records, an independent record label founded by Jaddan Comerford
- Boomtown (Andrew Cash album), the second studio album released by Canadian roots rock singer Andrew Cash
- Boomtown (David + David album), 1986
- Boomtown (Ozma album), the fifth studio album released by American rock band Ozma
- Boomtown (Toby Keith album), the second studio album released by American country music singer Toby Keith
- BoomTown Fair, a UK music festival.
- The Boomtown Rats, an Irish new wave band.
- Boomtown (1956 TV series), a weekend children's show on WBZ-TV in Boston, Massachusetts
- Boomtown (2002 TV series), a U.S. television action/drama series produced by NBC
- "Boom Town" (Doctor Who), a 2005 episode in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who
- Boom Town (2013 TV series), a structured reality television series shown on BBC Three
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