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After taking a year off, we’re ready to saddle up and ride into 2021 and we’d like to invite y’all to join us for our Heber Valley Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering. The event is held October 13th through 17th. Keeping with tradition, we’ll kick things off Wednesday  night at the Midway Town Hall where we will enjoy dinner, great music and cowboy poetry.

This year we’ve invited some of the very best musicians and poets in the country. Folks like Waddie Mitchell, Andy Nelson, Eli Barsi, The Quebe Sisters, and Doris Daley. Billy Dean will be debuting his symphony show with the Heber Valley Symphony Orchestra. This is a show you won’t want to miss! We’ll have two special performances by The Bar J Wranglers, which will be among their final performances before they ride into retirement. We want to give them a special “thanks” for the many years of support for our gathering and the great friends and top-notch entertainers that they are. They will surely be missed by all who dearly love these cowboys.

Other fantastic shows that you won’t want to miss out on will be Ben Haggard, performing a tribute to his father, the great Merle Haggard, and our new headliner this year will be the Shenandoah Band. They are one of the most successful chart-topping western bands of the 80s and 90s. We couldn’t be more excited about this year’s 26th Annual Gathering, all set in the beautiful backdrop of the Heber Valley!

So, roundup the family and bring all the neighbors and join us for a celebration of The Cowboy and western way of life through music, poetry and art. 

We’re lookin’ forward to it,

ted Caldwell

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