Ticketed Shows

Wednesday, October 25

Cowboy Kick Off Dinner Show

Where it all began…..23 years ago! Enjoy a dinner with all the fixin’s, add harmony and laughter, this sets the mood for a perfectly enjoyable evening. Sourdough Slim, Cold Creek, R.W. Hampton and Andy Nelson as poet and emcee.

$30–$40 (Membership: $5.00 Discount)

 Wednesday, Oct 25     6:30pm (Preshow at 5:30)    Midway Town Hall

Thursday, October 26

Be a Wild West Shooter

Cowboy mounted shooting is one of the nation’s fastest growing timed event sports, showing horsemanship and shooting ability in a competitive event. Those who want to come, and for a small fee, shoot with our black powder guns at balloons on the ground (not horses).

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Ground Shooters Fee: $5.00 for 10 shots / 2 guns We provide: Ammo, guns, holster, ear plugs and a very experienced instructor. Please call Kevin Koyle for information and to register for this event. Walk in registrations on day of event will be accepted. 801-499-0127 Spectators: Free to watch.

  Thursday, Oct 26     10:00am    Wasatch County Event Center

Cowboy Express Train

Join us on the Heber Valley Railroad’s Cowboy Train and experience a step back on the 118 year old route of the Heber Creeper. Your ride includes a train robbery and live oldfashioned western entertainment on board. Stunning views of the Heber Valley and Wasatch Back, the concessions car will be open. Be there 30 min. prior to boarding!

$20

  Thursday, Oct 26     12:30–2:00pm    Heber Valley Railroad

RIDERS IN THE SKY AND THE HEBER VALLEY ORCHESTRA

Riders in the Sky is returning to the gathering, joined by the talented Heber Valley Orchestra to put on a spectacular performance! Joined by Eli Barsi and Chris Isaacs, with host Waddie Mitchell. This will surely be a night to be remembered!

$30-$40

  Thursday, Oct 26     7:00pm    WHS–Auditorium

Friday, October 27

Mounted Shooters Competition

Cowboy mounted shooting is one of the nation’s fastest growing timed event sports, showing horsemanship and shooting ability in a competitive event. Contact Kevin at 801-499-0127.

Main Match Stages 1-3 plus (Rifle, Shotgun, and Wrangler Classes) FREE to the public.

  Friday, Oct 27     10:00am–4:00pm    Wasatch County Event Center

Just Cowboy Poetry #1

Andy Nelson, Sam DeLeeuw, R.P. Smith, Jake Riley, and Jeff Carson.

$10

  Friday, Oct 27     10:00am    WHS—Campfire Stage

Tribute to Marty Robbins

With Waddie Mitchell, Rollie Stevens, Call of the West, Sourdough Slim, and Chris Isaacs. A musical tribute to the great Marty Robbins, this performance will bring you to the edge of your seat with talent.

$30-$40

  Friday, Oct 27     11:00am    WHS–Auditorium

Cowboy Express Train

Join us on the Heber Valley Railroad’s Cowboy Train and experience a step back on the 118 year old route of the Heber Creeper. Your ride includes a train robbery and live oldfashioned western entertainment on board. Stunning views of the Heber Valley and Wasatch Back, the concessions car will be open. Be there 30 min. prior to boarding!

$20

  Friday, Oct 27     12:30–2:00pm    Heber Valley Railroad

WADDIE MITCHELL & R.W. HAMPTON

R.W. is a pure cowboy singer and songwriter. His rich baritone voice sings about hard work, rough horses, cattle and the range. Waddie, our host, talks about the cowboy moments, humor and tragedy, life and death struggles, triumphs and lessons learned as a cowboy. He is the real-deal cowboy, tried and true.

$25 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Friday, Oct 27     1:00–2:00pm    WHS–Campfire Stage

 

NEW!

SUMMER BROOKE & THE MOUNTAIN FAITH BLUEGRASS BAND

With Waddie Mitchell, Carin Mari and poet Andy Nelson. Coming fresh from the South for the 1st time here. In 2015, they were featured on “Americas Got Talent” and stole the hearts of millions on stage. A show you won’t want to miss!

$30–$40 (Membership:$5 Discount)

  Friday, Oct 27     3:00pm    WHS–Auditorium

Just Cowboy Poetry #2

Chris Isaacs, Jeff Carson, R.P. Smith, Sam DeLeeuw, and Paul Bliss.

$10

  Friday, Oct 27     3:00pm–4:00pm    WHS—Campfire Stage

BRENN HILL & ELI BARSI

Utah star, Brenn Hill, returns to our stage with his heart-felt original songs and rich voice. Brenn is an artist who gives insight to the West through lyrics. Joining him this year is Canadian Eli Barsi, bringing to the stage her fast-paced, enthusiastic yodeling songs.

$25 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Friday, Oct 27     6:00pm–7:00pm    WHS–Campfire Stage

Cowboy Dinner show with Sons of the San Joaquin

Soldier Hollow Grill offers breathtaking views, great service, and wonderful food. Enjoy a prime rib dinner, dutch oven potatoes, salad and cobbler for dessert. (Dutch oven turkey too.) Emcee: Doug Pope. Dinner included with Cash Bar.

$55

  Friday, Oct 27     6:00pm    Soldier Hollow

R.W Hampton & Molly in the Mineshaft

Molly in the Mineshaft, young musicians bonding together since 2014, play contemporary bluegrass, folk, jazz, Celtic and rock music. R.W. Hampton, with his rich baritone voice, sings about what he loves… the cowboy! He is the real-deal, a pure cowboy that loves his job! Come to Zermatt Resort and enjoy a fun-filled evening of talent.

$25

  Friday, Oct 27     7:00pm    Zermatt Resort

NEW!

Bellamy Brothers

With Waddie Mitchell, Cold Creek, and Jeff Carson. Entertaining the entire family as they take you down memory lane with their number one hits and popular songs of the past. Howard and David Bellamy, 40-years strong, have hit the country charts with smash songs “Redneck Girl”, “Old Hippie” and many more. Utah-based bluegrass band, Cold Creek, joins the gathering this year with their talent and melody. Jeff Carson brings homespun poetry and a sense of humor to the stage. This will be a night to remember!

$35–$45

  Friday, Oct 27     7:30pm    WHS–Auditorium

Buckaroo Ball with Charley Jenkins Band

A boot stompin’ fun evening for the entire family! Charley Jenkins Band brings American Country Line Dancing, Texas Swing and Cowboy music to the old Midway Town Hall. This event is for young and old to enjoy! Bring the entire family! Swing dance class begins at 6pm, the ball begins at 8pm and at 9pm there will be a competition with cash prizes!

$10 (Children under 12 FREE, Students: $5)

  Friday, Oct 27     6:00pm    Midway Town Hall

Saturday, October 28

Mounted Shooters Competition

In its fourth year this event comes to Heber City during the gathering. Cowboy mounted shooting is one of the nation’s fastest growing timed event sports, showing horsemanship and shooting ability in a competitive event. Saturday will be the final round for top gun! Free to the Public 

4:30pm—Top Ten Showcase Shoot Out

  Saturday, Oct 28     10:00am–4:00pm    Wasatch County Event Center

Just Cowboy Poetry #3

Andy Nelson, Jake Riley, Sam Deleeuw and Jeff Carson

$10

  Saturday, Oct 28     10:00am    WHS—Campfire Stage

Bar J Wranglers Concert

With Waddie Mitchell, John Wayne Schulz Band and Paul Bliss. The Bar J Wranglers bring spine-tingling rich harmony and the classics of the cowboy live in their music. John Wayne Schulz, a fans favorite from last year returns with his vivacious voice and country charm along with the wit and humor of Utah poet Paul Bliss. A must see performance!

$30–$40

  Saturday, Oct 28     11:00am    WHS–Auditorium

SUMMER BROOKE & THE MOUNTAIN FAITH BLUEGRASS BAND

A family band started in South Carolina has a heart-warming story and rich talent and harmony. Meet them, see them, and hear them as they come together in a small theatre to share their bluegrass music and country charm. It will knock your boots off!

$30 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Saturday, Oct 28     1:00pm–2:00pm    WHS–Campfire Stage

Just Cowboy Poetry #4

Paul Bliss, Andy Nelson, Sam Deleeuw, and Jeff Carson.

$10

  Saturday, Oct 28     3:00pm    WHS—Campfire Stage

Sons of the San Joaquin

Back by popular demand are Joe, Jack, and Lon Hannah of Sons of the San Joaquin. Bringing their rich family harmony, sharing and loving what they do, they are joined by San Joaquin Junction, a band with Lon Hannah of California, with wit, charm and talent. You’ll love the stories and poems by real cowboy and rancher R.P. Smith. Cowboy Poet Extraordinaire!

$30-$40 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Saturday, Oct 28     3:00pm    WHS—Auditorium

Remembering Marty Robbins

Remembering Marty, Rollie Stevens and Call of the West pay tribute to Marty Robbins through a celebration of his sound, voice and talent.

$25 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Saturday, Oct 28     6:00pm    WHS—Campfire Stage

Soldier Hollow Buckaroo Buffet with Brenn Hill & Andy Nelson

Brenn Hill and Andy Nelson will entertain for the evening with a mix of Utahn music and Wyoming humor. Featuring emcee, Doug Pope. Enjoy a Prime Rib Dinner or Parmesan Chicken, Green Salad, Dutch Oven Potatoes, and apple tarts. Dinner included with a cash bar.

$55

  Saturday, Oct 28     6:00pm    Soldier Hollow Grill

Summer Brooke and the  Mountain Faith Bluegrass Band with the John Wayne Schulz Band

“Americas Got Talent” performers Summer Brooke and the Mountain Faith Bluegrass Band with their rich family harmony and bluegrass sound, join the John Wayne Schulz Band for a show you won’t want to miss on the Zermatt Stage.

$30 (Membership: $5 Discount)

  Saturday, Oct 28     7:00pm    Zermatt Resort

Bar J Wranglers

The Bar J Wranglers return as the favorite cowboy icons that they are! They are the signature group of the gathering, performing music from the western past, and keeping it alive today with their harmony, humor, and just plain Godgiven talent. Joining them is a local favorite from down the road, Molly in the Mineshaft, a multitalented young group performing contemporary folk, bluegrass, jazz, Celtic and rock music. For his first time to our sate, Jake Riley, Nebraska’s cowboy poet shares his talent on the stage.

$30–$40

  Saturday, Oct 28     7:30pm    WHS–Auditorium

Sunday, October 29

Zermatt Cowboy Brunch

Enjoy a wonderful Sunday Brunch at the Zermatt Bernese Center. Fabulous food and fun! The entertainers enjoy this one and maybe we can get them to sing a song or two.

$35

  Sunday, Oct 29     11:00am    Zermatt Resort

Cowboy Church

Bar J Wranglers, R.W. Hampton, and Eli Barsi. Proceeds help fund Wasatch High School and the Wasatch Community Foundation, scholarships, as well as other community causes.

$5

  Sunday, Oct 29     3:00pm    WHS–Auditorium