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Saddle Up For The 2007 Cowboy Festival

Put on your chaps, grab your hat, and dust off those old cowboy boots for the City of Santa Clarita’s 14th annual Cowboy Festival, April 25-29, 2007.

Recently named by True West Magazine as one of the best cowboy festivals nationwide, the City of Santa Clarita’s Cowboy Festival will showcase the best performers in western entertainment at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studios and other local venues throughout the Santa Clarita Valley.

 “The 2007 Cowboy Festival promises to be a memorable year for all our guests,” commented City Mayor Marsha McLean.  “Each year, our City with the help of Melody Ranch and all the great Western performers, showcases a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience life in the old west,” she added.

Each year, the Cowboy Festival attracts western singers, balladeers, storytellers and poets from around the country, for what is considered to be the premier festival of its kind. 

The 2007 cowboy line up includes headliners such as cowboy poet/comedian Baxter Black, cowboy balladeer Don Edwards, heartfelt ballads and cowboy swing music from Wylie and the Wild West, and western melodies from the Sons of the San Joaquin.

Festivities will include the Spaghetti Western Family Dinner, a Behind the Scenes Tour, and the Walk of Western Stars gala dinner and awards ceremony.

Since 1994, the City has continually brought to life the music, magic, and spirit of the old west for thousands who visit the festival each year. The festival’s western music, cowboy poetry, authentic cowboy gear and food are always a highlight for attendees.  Join the City of Santa Clarita for five days of cowboy culture and excitement!

For more information on the 2007 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, including tickets, event times, prices, venues and more, visit www.cowboyfestival.org or call the Cowboy Festival Ticket office at (661) 286-4021.