The 11th Annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Luau was Saturday night at the Johnson County Fairgrounds, and if fun is a measure of success, then those attending had a blast and it was again a success.
The luau, sponsored in part by Oldies 105-9, featured over 400 pounds of pulled barbeque pork with all the trimminigs, beverages and live music throughout the evening.
The event kicked off at 5pm with food and beverages being served and live music which continued well past 11pm.
Starting off the entertainment was the Pan Buffalo Steel Drum Band, then the High Lonesome Willies took the stage followed by a group of youngsters called the Conduits and finally the headliners,
A 50/50 raffle was held during the evening and a pair of three-day passes for the upcoming Big Horn Mountain Festival were given away, along with a fistful of money won by Barb Elmlinger who donated the funds back to the chamber of commerce, which of course, was the point of the evening, a fundraiser for the chamber.
No word yet on how much was raised for the chamber, but the event was a lot of fun for those attending.
For pictures from this year's Wild Bunch Luau, go to the home page at sheridanmedia.com