The Cowboy Festival is finally here and shows begin on Wednesday, April 19. Several of our special ticketed performances are almost sold out so don’t wait until the last minute to buy your tickets.
For those of you wanting to buy tickets to the Cowboy Festival at William S. Hart Park Event Area on Saturday, April 22 or Sunday, April 23 now is the time to buy. Through Friday, April 21st a single day general admission ticket for adults is $10 and a single day general admission ticket for children three to 12 is $7. On Saturday and Sunday, prices increase to $13 for adults and $9 for children, both online and at the door. Kids under three are admitted free.
To get you ready for this weekend, here are the top 5 things to do at the Cowboy Festival at William S. Hart Park.
1. William S. Hart Mansion
Take a free docent-tour of William S. Hart Museum with an impressive collection of Western artwork by noted artists Charles M. Russell, Frederic Remington and Joe de Yong, as well as mementos from early Hollywood, personal furnishings and effects and artifacts representing multiple Native American cultures.
2. Western Music
Listen to a variety of music at five stages; from The Show Ponies, The Vivants, Dead Winter Carpenters, with genres ranging, from Bluegrass, Americana, Folk, Western and so much more.
3. Cowboy Activities
Have fun at the multiple activities available for patrons of all ages. How long can you ride the mechanical bull? Test your accuracy with a bow and arrow or see if you throw a knife and land it in the bullseye.
4. Living History
Come experience camp life on a cattle drive or venture into a Native American lodge. Try you luck at panning for gold or learn about the craft of blacksmithing.
5. Western Shopping
Looking for a new cowboy hat or perhaps your first one? The Cowboy Festival offers a wide variety of Western vendors throughout the festival. Clothes, toys, souvenirs, festival merchandise and jewelry are just some of the keepsakes that can be found inside the festival.
For times and ticket information, visit www.cowboyfestival.org.