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Featured Artists

Riders in the Sky

Legendary wacky humor and way-out Western wit has made them modern-day icons.

Bellamy Brothers

Howard and David continue to prove that the trail they’ve ridden to fame has been as unique as their music itself.

Bar J Wranglers

Purest harmony, best musicianship and funniest ranch humor ever seen on stage

Waddie Mitchell

The magic of Waddie Mitchell is that he's a real cowboy that found a life telling stories and poems about cowboy life.


Once again friends, we welcome you to the Heber Valley Western Music & Cowboy Poetry Gathering! For 22 years folks that love the music, poetry, art and craftsmanship of the West have been making the trek to the beautiful Heber Valley to be part of one of the country’s finest Western gatherings. This year, we invite you to enjoy the talents of more than forty entertainers on eight different stages, including the harmonies and humor of the Bar J Wranglers, the fabulous lyrics and sounds of the Sons of the San Joaquin, the tales of Waddie Mitchell, Riders in the Sky (accompanied by Heber Valley’s own orchestra) and Brenn Hill. I can’t wait to see and hear the Bellamy Brothers and Summer Brooke & The Mountain Faith Band; new for 2017.

For the cost of general admission ($10—a great bargain, especially for families) you can take in dozens of musicians and poets rotating on the Cowcamp and Chuckwagon Stages every thirty minutes. Enjoy lots of good grub and wander through the Buckaroo Fair where you can find your favorite sculpture or art piece, or maybe it’s a custom-made saddle, a pair of boots or loads of other western trappings. There are concerts on the big stage, dinner shows, close-up, VIP shows, Cowboy Mounted Shooters (free of charge), the historic Heber Valley Railroad, the Buckaroo Ball, Cowboy Brunch, Cowboy Church and more. Come take it all in and our hundreds of volunteers will treat you like family. So friends, thanks for joining us for our 23rd year, as we all come together to enjoy and preserve our Western heritage.

Happy Trails!

Ted Caldwell