In Cahoots Sings “Tunes & Tales from the Cowboy Trails”
WHAT: Bringing the romance, excitement and common sense of the Old West to the Cultural Center’s WorldStage! concerts are cowboy musicians “In Cahoots”.
WHEN: Monday, August 5
Meet and Greet In Cahoots: 5:30 p.m.
Concert: 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 West 3100 South
WHO: Everyone is invited to this free concert, and the rest of the WorldStage! Monday night shows.
WHY: Enjoy “Tunes and Tails from the Cowboy Trails”, a nostalgic ride through the music that shaped the West. Small part lecture and large part music – performed live – and set to historical photography, Hired Guns will help you rediscover (or just discover!) songs like The Streets of Laredo, Ghost Riders in the Sky and The Marshal and the Outlaw and the stories behind them. It’s 90 minutes of story and music you won’t soon forget.
Come early to meet Lannie “The Marshal” Scopes and Craig “Creek” Johnson before the show at the National Night Out, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Utah Old Time Fiddlers will be on hand, along with other entertainment for your viewing and listening pleasure. National Night Out includes free food, entertainment, emergency preparedness displays, a visit from McGruff, bouncy houses, and face painting for kids. National Night Out is a way to help build community relationships between neighbors and the City. It is the Nation’s premier anti-crime and drug abuse event. A special “meet-and-greet” with the Mayor and City Council is also scheduled. This is one summer show you do not want to miss! More info at wvc-ut.gov/nno