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Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Earl Keen, Mo Pitney & More Headed To Billy Bob’s Texas In July

Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Earl Keen, Mo Pitney & More Headed To Billy Bob’s Texas In July

Plus, Randall King, Sam Riggs, Seth James, Josh Weathers & Austin Allsup set to take the stage in July

New concerts announced & tickets on sale now for Granger Smith, The Wallflowers, Rodney Carrington & Corey Smith

Billy Bob’s ‘Lone Star Murder Mystery’ dinner shows featured on Saturdays

Live at Billy Bob’s Texas Airs Weekly on RFD-TV Sundays at 7/6c and also available on-demand at RFDCC.com

FORT WORTH, Texas – Located in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District, Billy Bob’s Texas first opened in 1981. Since then more than 17 million visitors have enjoyed live entertainment each month, when stars from the present and past grace the stages.

July Concert Lineup:
July 05 – Randall King (Ticket Info)
July 06 – Robert Earl Keen (Ticket Info)
July 12 – Sam Riggs (Ticket Info)
July 13 – Seth James (Ticket Info)
July 19 – Mo Pitney (Ticket Info)
July 20 – Josh Weathers (Ticket Info)
July 26 – Austin Allsup (Ticket Info)
July 27 – Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters (Ticket Info)

New Concerts Announced & On Sale NOW!
More new shows have just been announced to the Billy Bob’s concert calendar. Tickets are on sale NOW for the following concerts:
AUG 10 – Granger Smith featuring Earl Dibbles Jr. (Ticket Info)
SEPT 20 – Corey Smith (Ticket Info)
SEPT 27 – The Wallflowers (Ticket Info)
DEC 29 – Rodney Carrington (Ticket Info)

For the full concert calendar, special event and visitor information, please go to www.billybobstexas.com

Location:
Billy Bob’s Texas
Historic Fort Worth Stock Yards
2520 Rodeo Plaza
Fort Worth, Texas 76164
(817) 624-7117
DIRECTIONS

Lone Star Murder Mystery Dinner & Show Every Saturday
The Lone Star Murder Mystery dinner and show series kicks off in the month of June at Billy Bob’s. The award winning actors who created the original Lone Star Murder Mysteries take guests on a lighthearted trip back to the Wild West, where laughs fly like bullets and hilarity is the law of the land. For more information or to buy tickets, please click here.

Live at Billy Bob’s Texas Airs Sundays At 7/6c On RFD-TV
Live at Billy Bob’s Texas gives the listener a front row seat to concerts at the World’s Largest Honky Tonk. The music series has compiled powerful performances featuring hits from legendary country music artists like Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, Eddy Raven, Gary Stewart, Asleep at the Wheel, Janie Fricke and more. There’s also more than a dozen singer-songwriters from the Texas and Red Dirt Music scene including Stoney LaRue, Kevin Fowler, Randy Rogers Band, and even a popular Fort Worth rock band, The Toadies.

In a partnership that started over 20 years ago, Smith Music Group has gathered a collection of their favorite cuts – including icons Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson with newer artists like Shooter Jennings – and put them into a TV show! You’ll see exclusive interviews, one-offs from up-and-comers and intimate backstage acoustic performances.

Visit BillyBobsTexas.com/live-at-billy-bobs for more information, or to buy any of the Live at Billy Bob’s Texas CDs and DVDs, click here to visit the online store.

Live Bull Riding Every Friday & Saturday Night!
Every Friday and Saturday night at 9 pm & 10 pm you can catch the excitement of live bull riding in the former auction ring at Billy Bob’s.

Bull riding at Billy Bob’s is conducted just like at a professional rodeo. Riders enter early in the week, pay an entry fee, and take home only what they win. Rules call for the rider to hang on for eight seconds with only one hand in the braided loose rope. The riders can earn up to 50 points for the way the bull bucks and the degree of difficulty, as well as up to 50 points for the control the cowboy shows. A perfect score of 100 has never been achieved at Billy Bob’s – and has only been reached once in the history of pro rodeo.

For contestant info and Bull Riding entries, contact Kaitlyn Shaw by phone at 214-957-8859, or send an email to doublerrodeo@yahoo.com.

Billy Bob’s: Lending a Hand to Music History
Artists placing their hands in cement has been a tradition at Billy Bob’s for more than two decades.

Many of the club’s showcased artists have been honored with various awards and accolades. For some, however, their favorite honor is being part of what is now known as Billy Bob’s ‘Wall of Fame’.

Patrons can visit the Wall of Fame and see the hand prints and autographs of Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and even Ringo Starr to name a few. Many fans enjoy comparing their hand size to the celebrities.

To view the gallery, click here.

Dance at Billy Bob’s!
Billy Bob’s legendary dance floor is open every day and night for dancers to show off their skills!

SUNDAY AND MONDAY: Couples Dance Classes
Sunday- 5 and 6PM | Monday- 7 and 8PM | $5 per person
Click here for more info!

WEDNESDAY: Ladies Night With Free Line Dance Lessons
Free entry for ladies | Great prizes

THURSDAY: College Night With Free Line Dance Lessons
Free entry with a college ID

SATURDAY: Lunch and Line Dance At High Noon, With Specials In The Honky Tonk Kitchen For Dancers
Free line dance lessons | 20% off lunch for dancers in the Honky Tonk Kitchen

About Billy Bob’s Texas:
Located in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District, the 100,000 square foot cattle barn became Billy Bob’s Texas in 1981. Since then more than 17 million visitors have enjoyed live entertainment and real bull riding at “The World’s Largest Honky Tonk”.

The facility can hold 6,000 rowdy patrons on a given night and has been host to hundreds of musical acts, from Alan Jackson to ZZ Top. On Fridays and Saturdays, the venue also features live bull riding – a step up from the mechanical variety. It seems like an unlikely source for a series that has sold millions of albums.

Billy Bob’s has been named the Country Music Club of the Year 10 times by the Academy of Country Music.

To buy Billy Bob’s Texas merch, or any of the Live at Billy Bob’s Texas CDs and DVDs, click here to visit the online store, or to buy tickets for special events and concerts, go to billybobstexas.com.

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Billy Bob’s Texas Murder Mystery Dinner & Show Promo

Billy Bob’s Texas Media Contacts:
Jeremy Westby, jpw@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x800
Scott Sexton, scott@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x802


Tune In Alert: ‘Charley Pride: I’m Just Me’ Documentary Set To Make BBC Network Premiere Friday, July 5

Tune In Alert: ‘Charley Pride: I’m Just Me’ Documentary Set To Make BBC Network Premiere Friday, July 5

“There’s always been a handful of people with global appeal that goes beyond the face value of the culture of Country music. Mr. Pride is absolutely one of those folks.”
– MARTY STUART

“Charley deserves every accolade he can get. And, we’ll make up some new ones if we need to. He’ll deserve them too!”
– WILLIE NELSON

“He’s one of America’s great country stars. He is Americana personified.”
– WHOOPI GOLDBERG

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Charley Pride: I’m Just Me will make its BBC network premiere Friday, July 5 at 9:30 p.m. BST on BBC4 [click here for details]. The program will also be available to view on BBC iplayer for 30 days after its broadcast on BBC Four [click here to watch].

Charley Pride: I’m Just Me traces the improbable journey of Charley Pride, from his humble beginnings as a sharecropper’s son on a cotton farm in segregated Sledge, Mississippi to his career as a Negro League baseball player and his meteoric rise as a trailblazing country music superstar. Narrated by country music icon Tanya Tucker, the new documentary reveals how Pride’s love for music led him from the Delta to a larger, grander world. In the 1940s, radio transcended racial barriers, making it possible for Pride to grow up listening to and emulating Grand Ole Opry stars like Ernest Tubb and Roy Acuff. The singer arrived in Nashville in 1963 while the city roiled with sit-ins and racial violence. But with boldness, perseverance and undeniable musical talent, he managed to parlay a series of fortuitous encounters with music industry insiders into a legacy of hit singles, a Recording Academy “Lifetime Achievement Award” and a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The film includes original revealing interviews with country music royalty, including Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Marty Stuart. It also includes several on-camera conversations between Pride and special guests, including Rozene Pride (his wife of 61 years), Willie Nelson, and other fellow musicians. The film also features many songs from his repertoire of classic country hits, along with more modern cuts like “Standing In My Way,” from his latest album Music In My Heart, released in 2017. On January 30, 2019 the film made its world premiere at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The premiere featured an appearance by Charley Pride himself, along with special guest artists featured in the film, including the film’s narrator Tanya Tucker, Jimmie Allen, Janie Fricke, and Sylvia Hutton. Members of the media, and other family and friends of Pride also attended. After the film a Q&A was hosted by the film’s director Barbara Hall, and journalist Robert K. Oermann, Country Music Hall of Fame’s Peter Cooper, and Charley Pride.

Notable Talent In The Film:
• Charley Pride
• Garth Brooks
• Dolly Parton
• Willie Nelson
• Tanya Tucker (narrator)
• Brad Paisley
• Darius Rucker
• Marty Stuart
• Sylvia Hutton
• Charlie Worsham
• Jimmie Allen
• Whoopi Goldberg

Buzzworthy Moments:
• Charley Pride and fellow country music superstar Willie Nelson reminisce on camera about the early days of their careers.
• Charley Pride explains how he maneuvered his way through the white ranks of country music in order to gain acceptance in the industry.
• Charley Pride and his wife Rozene speak candidly about Pride’s struggles with mental illness over the years. While on tour in Germany in 1968, the singer suffered a manic attack and was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Noteworthy Facts:
• Eighteen-year-old Charley Pride made his debut in the Negro American League as a pitcher-outfielder for the Memphis Red Sox in 1952.
• Charley Pride was drafted into the army in 1956 and served 14 months in Arkansas and Colorado. While in the military, he played on the Fort Carson baseball team and sang in the barracks.
• After RCA signed him to a record deal, his third single, “Just Between You and Me,” reached the top 10 on the country music charts in 1967. The singer received his first GRAMMY® nomination, for Best Country & Western Vocal Performance, Male, for the song.
• Charley Pride first appeared on the Grand Ole Opry radio show in January, 1967. When he was inducted as an Opry member in 1993, he became the first African-American Opry member since DeFord Bailey, who had been a regular member from 1927 until 1941. Pride celebrated the 25th anniversary of his induction into the Grand Ole Opry in 2018.
• Charley Pride won Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year at the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards in 1971.
• Charley Pride committed to an extensive tour of the U.K. in 1976, including several dates in Northern Ireland during the peak of the Troubles conflict. Because of the intense political violence, international music acts were avoiding Belfast. Pride’s November 1976 appearance at Belfast’s Ritz Cinema brought the community together and he became a hero to both sides of the conflict for helping to break the informal touring ban of Northern Ireland after several other international music acts soon followed. This resulted in “Crystal Chandeliers” being considered a ‘unity song’ in Ireland and the UK when it was subsequently released as single.
• In 2000, Charley Pride was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
• The Recording Academy honored Charley Pride with a Lifetime Achievement Award during the GRAMMY® Salute to Music Legends awards ceremony and tribute concert event in 2017.

Running Time: 74 minutes

Production Credits:
Charley Pride: I’m Just Me is a production of Corridor Group Productions Inc. The film is directed and executive produced by Barbara Hall.

Be sure to follow Charley Pride on Facebook and at CharleyPride.com.

About Charley Pride:
Charley Pride is celebrating more than 50 years as a recording artist. He has enjoyed one of the most successful careers in the history of country music and is credited with helping to break color barriers by becoming the first black superstar within the genre. A true living legend, he has sold tens of millions of records worldwide with his large repertoire of hits. A three-time GRAMMY® award and Recording Academy “Lifetime Achievement Award” winner, Pride has garnered no less than 36 chart-topping country hits, including “Kiss An Angel Good Morning,” a massive #1 crossover hit that sold over a million singles and helped Pride land the Country Music Association’s “Entertainer of the Year” award in 1971 and the “Top Male Vocalist” awards of 1971 and 1972. A proud member of the Grand Ole Opry, Pride continues to perform concerts worldwide and has toured the United States, Canada, Ireland, The United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand over the last several years. His latest album, Music In My Heart, was released in 2017 on Music City Records. For more information, visit CharleyPride.com.

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‘Charley Pride: I’m Just Me’ trailer

To download high res images from the Jan 30 world premiere, click here.

Charley Pride publicity contacts:
Jeremy Westby, jpw@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x800
Jason Ashcraft, jason@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x801

Charley Pride booking:
Kevin Bailey, kevin@charleypride.com, 214-350-8477

Erik Stucky Premieres “Living Life” Single From Forthcoming Good Vibrations Album

Erik Stucky Premieres “Living Life” Single From Forthcoming Good Vibrations Album

Multi-instrumentalist pop singer/songwriter releases second song from upcoming new album Good Vibrations, due out later this summer

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Experimental pop singer and songwriter Erik Stucky announces the release of his second single and lyric video, a catchy feel good song called “Living Life,” from his forthcoming new album Good Vibrations due out later this summer.

“Summer is here, so I hope this song brings about the easy going feeling that we’ve all been waiting for,” Stucky says. “This song had perfect timing. I wrote it a week before one of the album tracking sessions, and edited the lyrics the night before. It’s always amazing to hear songs come to life in the studio, but to hear a song go from an idea to a fully produced track in less than twenty-four hours is a pretty wild experience.”

The Montrose, Colorado-native, who relocated to Nashville in 2017, cites musical influences ranging from Lyle Lovett, to Paul Simon, to James Taylor. A pro with the mandolin and guitar, Stucky combines his passion for lyric writing, folk instrumentation, and big band arrangements as he seeks to break new creative ground in the burgeoning Nashville music scene.

Living Life” follows the release of the album’s title track in April, which world premiered via M Music & Musicians magazine at Mmusicmag.com. “Living Life” is also available to radio via AirplayDirect.com & PlayMPE on Monday, June 24.

“Life can get out of control and chaotic very quickly,” said Stucky. “It’s so easy to get caught up in the race that time whips on by, and one day you look up and realize that the relationships you have with good friends and family is where your time is best spent. This is a summertime song about getting together and celebrating being alive.”

Erik Stucky On Tour:
APR 13 – Songs In The Park @ Marmion Park / Houston, Tex.
APR 13 – Bugle Boy / LaGrange, Tex.
APR 27 – Swallow Hill Music – Tuft Theatre / Denver, Colo.
MAY 01 – Cavalcade / Fruita, Colo.
MAY 03 – Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center / Cedaredge, Colo.
MAY 04 – Radio Room / Grand Junction, Colo.
MAY 05 – La Veta Mercantile / La Veta, Colo.
MAY 09 – The Sherbino / Ridgway, Colo.
JUN 23 – Mashup615 @ Alley Taps / Nashville, Tenn.
JUL 17 – Lakeview Live / Chicago, Ill.

For the most updated tour schedule, please visit erikstucky.com/tour

About Erik Stucky:
Erik Stucky is an American singer-songwriter and performer from Montrose, Colorado, who now resides in Nashville. Active as a recording artist on the international scene since the release of his debut album in 2017, Erik has performed across the United States and Europe. Performing on the mandolin and guitar, Erik combines his passion for lyric writing, folk instrumentation, and big band arrangements as he seeks to break new creative ground in Nashville’s popular music scene.

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Erik Stucky – “Living Life” [Lyric Video]

Erik Stucky Media Contacts:
Jeremy Westby, jpw@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x800
Jason Ashcraft, jason@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x801

Erik Stucky Booking Contact:
info@erikstucky.com

Rhonda Vincent Premieres New Single “Like I Could”

Rhonda Vincent Premieres New Single “Like I Could”

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GRAMMY Award winning Vincent premieres an all new song co-written by Grand Ole Opry star Jeannie Seely

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Rhonda Vincent, affectionately known as the Queen of Bluegrass, premiered her brand new single “Like I Could” onstage at the Grand Ole Opry on Wednesday, June 19. Co-written by Grand Ole Opry country music star Jeannie Seely, along with Erin Enderlin and Bobby Tomberlin, Vincent’s bluegrass interpretation of the country song is a beautifully composed, string-driven melody, which highlights her soaring vocal abilities. The song also made it’s online premiere at the Bluegrass Situation.

“As soon as Jeannie Seely started singing ‘Like I Could’ to me, I instantly loved it. It felt like it was written just for me and my vocal style. As we were recording the tracks, it just felt right. You know when you can feel that something is just right for you; like trying on that perfect dress, or pair of shoes. This song was just the right fit.”

There wasn’t a song search, or a target recording date for the song. Frankly, the entire process was a continuous chain reaction of spontaneous events. Vincent discovered the song while riding in a limousine with Jeannie Seely, who was sharing her fear of co-writing by appointment, and how she finally faced her fear with the writing of the song. At the encouragement of fellow Opry member Bill Anderson, Seely wrote the song with Erin Enderlin and Bobby Tomberlin. Seely sang her new song as the limo rolled along, and Rhonda instantly loved it and told Jeannie she wanted to record it. Jeannie, in total amazement, later texted Rhonda to ask if she really wanted to record it, or was it merely an impulse reaction. Rhonda really loved it and could not wait to record it.

“I feel that many people will relate to this song and its tremendous heartbreak and sadness,” said Vincent. “My hope is that there are people who hear this song, namely those in the midst of the devastation of a breakup, who will reconnect and renew their love with each other. It has a very desperate message, asking, ‘What happened, I thought you could see us together forever?’ Maybe this is the perfect song and question they need to hear to bring them back together.”

About Rhonda Vincent:
Rhonda Vincent was born in Greentop, Missouri, where she grew up performing in her family band, The Sally Mountain Show, featuring country and bluegrass music. After releasing a handful of her own successful bluegrass albums on Rebel Records as the 1990’s began, she was signed to a country recording contract with Giant Records. Songs such as “I’m Not Over You,” “An Old Memory (Found It’s Way Back Home Again),” “I Do My Cryin’ At Night,” and “At The Corner Of Walk and Don’t Walk” endeared her to fans of traditional country music, even if the mainstream audience was not ready for her unashamedly country sound. After developing a loyal following within both musical styles, she chose to return to her bluegrass roots in 2000, and hasn’t looked back. Her powerful voice and unrelenting work ethic have made her the undisputed “Queen of Bluegrass” (a title bestowed upon her by The Wall Street Journal), earning her a closet full of bluegrass music awards, and a GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2017. Her first-class presentation both on and off stage has allowed Vincent to be one of the only bluegrass artists of the 21st century whose albums consistently reach the Billboard Country Top 40, finding a home among both camps of fans. She is also one of Nashville’s most in-demand harmony singers, heard on recordings alongside names such as Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, and Daryle Singletary. For more information and the latest tour itinerary, visit rhondavincent.com.

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Rhonda Vincent – “Like I Could”

Rhonda Vincent Media Contacts:
Jeremy Westby, jpw@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x800
Jason Ashcraft, jason@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x801

Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Concerts, Rodeo & Full Schedule Of Events Available Now + Cowboy Channel LIVE Broadcast

Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Concerts, Rodeo & Full Schedule Of Events Available Now + Cowboy Channel LIVE Broadcast

Post Malone Concert SOLD OUT!

The Cowboy Channel set to air Cheyenne Frontier Days Rewind featuring rodeo final rodeo competitions from 2012-2017 beginning Wed, June 19 at 7/6c

The Cowboy Channel to broadcast LIVE coverage of all nine days at the CFD’s “Daddy of ’em All” rodeo competition.

Complete daily activities, special events, rodeo & concert schedules available now!

Cheyenne, Wyo. – Cheyenne Frontier Days™, the 10 day western-themed festival taking place from July 19-28 in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming is only 30 days away! With interactive and hands-on experiences, the Frontier Nights® concert series, special nightly events, PCRA & PBR championship rodeos, culinary events, airshows, art galleries and more, there is always something to do!

The Cowboy Channel to Broadcast All Cheyenne Frontier Days Of Rodeo Action:
The Cowboy Channel announced a partnership with Cheyenne Frontier Days™ to broadcast live all nine days of rodeo action and feature other Western lifestyle activities from their “World’s Largest Outdoor Rodeo & Western Celebration.” Broadcasting the event will help fill the need for more Western sports and Western lifestyle coverage and attract new fans to rodeo.

Cheyenne Frontier Days Rewind on on The Cowboy Channel is also set to recap final rodeo competitions from 2012-2017 leading into this year’s 123rd annual Festival, featuring the Sunday finals from the Shoot Out Round in 2015 this week with multiple airings. The 2015 competition airs Wednesday, June 19th at 7/6c, Saturday, June 22nd at 8/7c and Monday, June 24th at 1:30am ET, 12:30am CT. The 2016 finals air on Wednesday, June 26th at 7/6c, Saturday, June 29th at 8/7c and Monday, July 1st at 1:30am ET, 12:30am CT. The 2017 Sunday finals will air starting Wednesday July 3rd at 7/6c, Saturday, July 6th at 8/7c and Monday, July 8th at 1:30am ET, 12:30am CT. The 2012 finals are set to air Wednesday, July 10th at 7/6c, Saturday, July 13th at 8/7c and Monday, July 15th at 1:30am ET, 12:30am CT.

Available in 42 million households, The Cowboy Channel was established to expand and improve coverage of Western sports programming and the Western lifestyle, which is perfectly aligned with the events at Cheyenne Frontier Days™.

“The Cowboy Channel is proud to partner with Cheyenne Frontier Days™ as the first organization to agree to carry all nine days of action-packed rodeo,” said Patrick Gottsch, Founder and President of The Cowboy Channel.

To download the complete Cheyenne Frontier Days media kit, click here.

Daily Activities & Offerings (July 19-28)

Buckin’ A Saloon:
Live music, dancing, libations and a Western good time. Visitors must be 21 years of age and older to enter.
11:00 am – Midnight @ Buckin’ A Saloon

The Rooftop (NEW):
The Rooftop Deck offers a patio atmosphere and unprecedented views of the legendary arena’s concerts and rodeos.
12:30 – 4:00 pm & 7:00 – 11:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

CFD Western Art Show:
One of the most respected and prestigious western art exhibitions in the Rocky Mountain Region.
9:00 am – 5:00 pm @ CFD Old West Museum

Carnival Midway:
Thrilling rides, delicious fair food, and games everyone will enjoy!
10:30 am – Midnight @ Carnival Midway

The Garden:
A great place on Frontier Park to relax and enjoy a beverage while listening to live music.
11:00 am – Midnight @ The Garden

Indian Village:
Experience authentic Native American costumes, dancing, storytelling, flute players and handicrafts.
10:00 am – 7:30 pm @ Indian Village

Behind The Chutes Tour:
Get a first-hand look at what goes on during the rodeo from behind the scenes!
9:00 am, 10:00 am & 5:00 pm @ Arena

CFD Old West Museum:
Celebrate the Western legacy and thrilling history of Cheyenne Frontier Days.
8:00 am – 7:00 pm @ CFD Old West Museum

Old Frontier Town:
Step into the past and celebrate Cheyenne’s rich Western heritage.
10:30 am – 8:00 pm @ Old Frontier Town

Sidewinder Saloon:
Hear musicians and poets put on their best rhymes, chimes, and good times!
10:30 am – 8:00 pm @ Sidewinder Saloon

Western Experience:
A new area offering unique Western experiences. See the incredible bond that develops between man and horse as horsemen work with wild horses off the range preparing them for adoption.
10:30 am – 8:00 pm @ Western Experience

Special Events & Concerts By Day

July 19

CINCH Opening Day Celebration:
Come early, stay late! Join us for a special, Opening Day Celebration at Frontier Park.
10:30 am – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Fort D.A. Russell Days:
F.E. Warren A.F.B., celebrates its history with three days of great fun, including historic home tours, military reenactments and tours of the Minuteman III and Peacekeeper missile systems.
9:00 am – 4:00 pm @ FE Warren AFB

Wild West Show:
Featuring Cheyenne Frontier Days history and pageantry!
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Buy Tickets)

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Lady Antebellum with Kelsea Ballerini and Midland.
7:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)
 

July 20

Grand Parade:
Take in the sights and sounds of some of the top marching bands and horse-drawn vehicles in the country!
9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

Fort D.A. Russell Days:
F.E. Warren A.F.B., celebrates its history with three days of great fun, including historic home tours, military reenactments and tours of the Minuteman III and Peacekeeper missile systems.
9:00 am – 4:00 pm @ FE Warren AFB

Spirit Riding Free Events:
Fans of the Emmy-winning Netflix original series “Spirit Riding Free” will be able to enjoy a theater show experience with live entertainment, and receive giveaways!
11:00 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm @ Kiwanis House Theater (Buy Tickets)

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”:
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo. Cheyenne Frontier Days™ is introducing a new, tournament-style rodeo format. Each rodeo performance will see event winners and money paid out each day. The competition will start with a clean slate on Finals Sunday and the the highest scores and the fastest times will be the 2019 CFD Champions! Slack in the timed events now becomes a qualifying round to make it into the performances.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Chuckwagon Experience:
Round up your family and friends for this exclusive culinary experience.
4:30 – 7:00 pm @ Old Frontier Town

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Rascal Flatts with Clint Black.
8:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

July 21

Cowboy Church
Send your prayers upstairs at the Cowboy church service in B-Stand.
9:00 am @ Arena

Fort D.A. Russell Days:
F.E. Warren A.F.B., celebrates its history with three days of great fun, including historic home tours, military reenactments and tours of the Minuteman III and Peacekeeper missile systems.
9:00 am – 4:00 pm @ FE Warren AFB

Spirit Riding Free Events:
Fans of the Emmy-winning Netflix original series “Spirit Riding Free” will be able to enjoy a theater show experience with live entertainment, and receive giveaways!
11:00 am, 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm @ Kiwanis House Theater (Buy Tickets)

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Josh Turner with Tanya Tucker
8:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)
 

July 22

Pancake Breakfast:
Enjoy a free breakfast with visitors from all over the world!
7:00 – 9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

Military Monday:
The rodeo Grand Entry features military transportation through the ages and a giant flag in the arena.
All Day @ Frontier Park

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

PBR Last Cowboy Standing
Top-40 stars of the PBR will attempt to conquer the sport’s rankest bulls.
7:45 pm @ Arena

July 23

Grand Parade:
Take in the sights and sounds of some of the top marching bands and horse-drawn vehicles in the country!
9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

PBR Last Cowboy Standing
Top-40 stars of the PBR will attempt to conquer the sport’s rankest bulls.
7:45 pm @ Arena

July 24

Pancake Breakfast:
Enjoy a free breakfast with visitors from all over the world!
7:00 – 9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

Wild West Airshow:
The Wyoming Air National Guard is hosting the Wild West Air Show at the 153rd Airlift Wing. They’ll be featuring aerial and ground demonstrations throughout the day as well as static aircraft and military equipment displays.
8:00 am – 4:00 pm @ 153rd Airlift Wing (217 Dell Range Blvd.)

Chuckwagon Cookoff:
Authentic chuckwagon crews compete in a FREE cooking demonstration.
8:00 am – 1:00 pm @ Western Experience

USAF Thunderbirds:
Witness thrilling aerial acrobatics as The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds scream across our clear blue Wyoming skies.
9:30 am @ FE Warren AFB

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Chuckwagon Experience:
Round up your family and friends for this exclusive culinary experience.
4:30 – 7:00 pm @ Western Experience

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Miranda Lambert with Randy Houser
8:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)
 

July 25

Chuckwagon Cookoff:
Authentic chuckwagon crews compete in a FREE cooking demonstration.
8:00 am – 1:00 pm @ Western Experience

Grand Parade:
Take in the sights and sounds of some of the top marching bands and horse-drawn vehicles in the country!
9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Post Malone (SOLD OUT)
8:00 pm @ Arena

July 26

Pancake Breakfast:
Enjoy a free breakfast with visitors from all over the world!
7:00 – 9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

Chuckwagon Cookoff:
Authentic chuckwagon crews compete in a FREE cooking demonstration.
8:00 am – 1:00 pm @ Western Experience

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Keith Urban with Walker Hayes
8:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)
 

July 27

Chuckwagon Cookoff:
Authentic chuckwagon crews compete in a FREE cooking demonstration.
8:00 am – 1:00 pm @ Western Experience

Grand Parade:
Take in the sights and sounds of some of the top marching bands and horse-drawn vehicles in the country!
9:00 am @ Downtown Cheyenne

Chuckwagon Lunch-To-Go:
Pickup your chuckwagon meal to-go on the way to the rodeo.
12:00 pm @ Western Experience

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

Frontier Nights® Concert:
Tim McGraw with Devin Dawson
8:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

July 28  

Cowboy Church
Send your prayers upstairs at the Cowboy church service in B-Stand.
9:00 am @ Arena

PRCA Pro Rodeo “Daddy Of ‘Em All”
Known for its fast pace and large number of contestants, The Rodeo ensures visitors see more rodeo action than they can see at any other rodeo.
1:00 – 4:00 pm @ Arena (Buy Tickets)

To Buy Tickets & Fast Pass Upgrade:
Tickets for concerts at Cheyenne Frontier Days are on sale at www.cfdrodeo.com, the Cheyenne Frontier Days™ Ticket Office and by calling (307) 778-7222.

Fans can upgrade to a Frontier Nights® Fast Pass for early admission to the Party Zone, a voucher for best-available same-day rodeo tickets and a souvenir rodeo program. For a full events schedule and profiles of musical acts, go to www.cfdrodeo.com.

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For Cheyenne Frontier Days national press, contact:
Jeremy Westby, jpw@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x800
Jason Ashcraft, jason@2911.us, 833-537-2911 x801

For Cheyenne Frontier Days media credentials & more info, contact:
Nicole Gamst, nicole@cfdrodeo.com, 307-778-7200

For RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel, contact:
Jenna Daley, jenna@rfdtv.com, 615-296-9357