The Bighorn Mountain Festival won't start for another six months, but for those willing to purchase their passes now, they can save themselves some money. Aaron Palmer has the story.
The festival is a three-day music event that happens every July in Buffalo. This year, the festival will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday July 8 through 11 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.
Co-organizer Lynn Young explains why people should come to the music festival.
The earlybird tickets are $65 for a three-day pass, which is a 25% savings over the price at the gate. The special pricing runs through January 8, 2011.
Tickets are available in Buffalo at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, Joy Appliance and Video and the Sports Lure. In Sheridan, they are available at the WYO Theater and at Haggerty's Music Works in Gillette.
In addition to the great music, festival goers can attend music workshops, the Wyoming Mandolin and Banjo State Championship contests and fiddle and guitar contests.
Young said there's something fun for everyone there.
For more information on the festival log on to www.bighornmountainfestival.com
From the Johnson County News Desk, I'm Aaron Palmer with sheridanmedia.com news.