The Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival will begin Today and run through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.
Musical acts from a number of different genres from old-timey and acoustic to Bluegrass and Gospel will be perfoming during the three-day fesival.
In addition to some great music, there will be the Wyoming State Mandolin and Banjo Championships as well as fiddle and guitar championships.
Workshops on instrumental and vocal music, jamming and more will also be offered.
Some of the lineup this year includes National acts Houston Jones, Spring Creek and Northern Departure and Regional favorites Jalan Crossland and Troxel and Krieger. This year's featured performer is Michael Martin Murhey who will take the stage Saturday evening at 9:15pm.
The weekend begins with the opening performance this afternoon at 1pm and wraps up Sunday at 4pm.
Co-organizer Paul Jarvis tells us why the weekend is such a good time.
Tickets are available at the gate and are $85 each for the 3-day pass; $35 each for Friday only; $50 each for Saturday only; and $25 each for Sunday only.
For more information on the venue, the lineup and more, log on to http://www.bighornmountainfestiv...