CODY'S WILD WEST
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Experience the fast-paced 90-minute Cody's Wild West extravaganza during this year's Buffalo Bill Days in Golden, Colorado. Experience it with the whole family! This year's Grand Opening includes a Civil War era cannon, military flag detail, a live American eagle from HawkQuest, bagpipers and drum corps, flag-flying horsemen and the great showman himself, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody!!
We're excited to announce that returning to Cody's Wild West this year after a year's absence, amazing Colorado sharpshooters on fast horses. Plus, we're super-excited that singing the national anthem this year will be the extraordinary, Hazel Miller! She is not just a great singer; "She is a force of nature!" quotes the Rocky Mountain News. Her voice has been called "stunning, moving and powerful." Hazel has been a sought after performer in Colorado for the past 30 years. Don't be late for this special moment.
Returning to the arena, our Mexican dancers, performing traditional dance in their colorful outfits; amazing ground and aerial sharpshooting by young Buffalo Bill and Little Sure Shot, Annie Oakley; traditional dances and songs by our Native Americans with a beautiful prayer performed by Iron Tail; roper-extraordinaire Craig Ingram with his wife, Audrey, performing amazing tricks with the lasso as The Cowboy And The Lady! The ever-popular Westernaires will be performing their incredible feats of horsemanship and the 79th Highlanders bagpipe and drum corps straight out of The Civil War and Celtic dancers. Plus providing live music from the late 1800's during the show, Cody's Wild West house band, The Capitol City Brass Band.
In the spirit of the original traveling "show" that brought the Wild West to the world, Monarch Productions reflects that rugged American spirit and originality. Western performers from around our state give the show a definite Colorado "air."
Cody's Wild West will take place 12:30PM Saturday, July 29, 2017, following the conclusion of the "Best of the West" parade, in west Lions Park ball fields on 10th St, east of Illinois, a short walk from the parade viewing area.
All acts subject to change.
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