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Plan Ahead ... Cheyenne Frontier Days 2010

It's getting to be that time of year.  Cheyenne Frontier Days 2010 is quickly approaching us and here is your exclusive hook-up as to what this years festival will bring you.  From Country music stars, to tours of historical Cheyenne, there is something for everyone. 

Musical Headliners

  • KISS w. Alana GraceJuly 23rd - KISS is regarded as one of the most influential rock and roll bands of all-time holding honors as one of America's top gold record champions, recording 37 albums over 36 years and selling over 100 million albums worldwide.  Together with Alana Grace, a prolific songwriter, singer, performer, musician and a working actress poised to make a lasting impression.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Brooks & Dunn w. The Band Perry - July 24th - Superstar performers, Brooks & Dunn are one of the true bedrock artists of contemporary country music.  Together with The Band Perry, siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry, who inherited a cross-pollinated love of country and rock & roll from their parents.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Aaron Tippin & Neal McCoy - July 25th - Tippin is a force of nature, a man whose passion for music fuels an array of other vigorous enthusiasms.  Together with Neal McCoy, the one-of-a-kind country singer and consummate live performer.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Clay Walker w. Glen Templeton - July 28th - Walker's dedicated work ethic combined with talent have made him one of the most successful country acts of the past decade.  Together with Templeton, one of Country Music's most promising up and coming stars.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Dierks Bentley & Miranda Lambert - July 29th - Bentley's kind of country has been a hybrid of honky-tonk, bluegrass, singer-songwriters, classic country and modern rock & roll, forging his own sound along the way.  Together with Lambert, the two-time CMA Horizon Award nominee who returns with a new album, raising the stakes both musically and emotionally.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Sugarland w. Danny Gokey - July 30th - Sugarland is reinterpreting love in a raw-but-graceful collection of new songs, cutting a wide swath across country music.  Together with Danny Gokey, who is blessed with a voice that could sing any style of music.  (Buy Tickets on-line)
  • Alan Jackson w. Josh Turner - July 31st - Jackson will showcase his newest collection which has already generated a trio of back-to-back-to-back chart-topping singles.  Together with Josh Turner, a country Barry White whose burring voice can tease sensuality in unlikely places.  (Buy Tickets on-line)

Other Events

  • Midway Carnival - July 23rd-August 1st - Bring the whole family for fun games, ride and good times.  $3 gate admission for 10 and older.
  • Chuckwagon Cookoff - July 28th-July 31st - Authentic chuckwagon crews compete in a free cooking demonstration.  Crews are given a standard set of ingredients, then judged on not only the wide range of foods produced, but also by wagon, tools and campsite.  FREE to public.
  • Cowboy Church Service - July 25th - Services will be held in the B Stand and provided by Christian Cowboys.
  • Fort D.A. Russell Days - July 23rd-25th - Historic home tours, military reenactments, tours of Minuteman III and Peacekeeper missle systems, and more are on tap for those who dare to look back in history or forward to the future.  FREE to public.
  • Free Entertainment in the Oasis - July 24th-August 1st - This is a non-smoking area with specialty food vendors and shaded seating areas.  FREE to public.
  • Grand Parades - July 24, 27, 29 & 31st - Historic downtown Cheyenne.  Floats, marching bands, and Cheyenne Frontier Days peerless collection of antique carriages, automobiles and riders in period dress.  FREE to public.

Plus many more.  Click for a full 2010 schedule.

This event is for locals as well as newcomers to the city.  If you are traveling into town for this year's events, there are numerous accomidations available to you.  For more information call 1.800.227.6336.  Plan ahead and enjoy this wonderful event that showcases the history of Cheyenne.

Joe

Published Monday, July 05, 2010 4:11 PM by Joe Prunty

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