Music Festival Features Talent From All Over The Country

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The 10th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival, which will be happening at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo this weekend will showcase instrumental and vocal talents in numerous genres according to co-organizer Paul Jarvis.

He tells us more about some the bands, musicians and singers that will fill the stage for the three-day festival.

Additionally, he said, Melody Walker and Jacob Groopman are another festival favorite from the state of California that are back again this year.
Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is a young jam band from Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Fiddler Betse Ellis and guitarist/vocalist Kasey Rausch are a duo based out of Kansas City.

And some favorites hailing from Wyoming include the Jalan Crossland Band from Ten Sleep and the Jeff Troxel from Cody with the Jeff Troxel Trio.

Jarvis said the talent at the festival is second to none.

The festival begins Friday at noon and continues through Sunday.

Advance 3-day tickets, which will save $10 off the gate price, are $75 and are available through this afternoon locally at the Chamber of Commerce and the Sports Lure in Buffalo, in Sheridan at the WYO Theater and in Gillette at Haggerty's Musicworks.

Tickets will then go on sale at the gate on Friday.
Three-day passes are $85, Friday-only tickets are $35, Saturday-only tickets are $50 and Sunday-only tickets are $25.

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