arking for those attending this year's Big Horn Country USA music festival was a chance for some of Sheridan's non-profit organizations to raise money while helping thousands of concert-goers leave their vehicles in a safe place.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 21, 1915.

Many creative entrepreneurs were taking advantage of all the concert goers who arrived in town this weekend for Big Horn Country USA. There were local businesses selling parking spaces near the concert grounds. Limousine services were being offered to and from Wildflower Campground.

From a hayfield to a campground, Wildflower Campground has sprouted up for the last couple of years, all to provide RV space for Bighorn Country USA. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Friday night took more of a rock ‘n roll turn at the Big Horn Country USA music festival in Sheridan. First with Montgomery Gentry’s southern country, hillbilly, rock, then The Band Perry’s country funk ‘n rock style. Fans reveled in both, dancing and singing all night long. To see pictures of the shows, go to

Sheridan school buses will be seen traveling throughout Sheridan today shuttling people to and from the concert park at the north edge of town, for the Big Horn Country USA music festival.

The offer of free trolley rides to the Trails End concert park for the Big Horn Country USA festival in Sheridan will continue today, from 9-2. The trolley will be on a continuous route to and from downtown, hotels, and campgrounds to encourage visitors to experience the Sheridan community.

A woman from Hardin won the chance to sing a duet with Keith Urban on Thursday, opening night of the Big Horn Country USA music festival in Sheridan this weekend.

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