Promoting the Cowboy Way
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Welcome to the
Cowboy Way Jubilee!
July 23–26, 2020!
5pm July 23 and All Day July 24-26,
NORMALLY held the First Weekend in May,
Fort Concho, a National Historic Landmark
630 S. Oakes, San Angelo, Texas
Celebrating EVERYTHING COWBOY!
It’s a Modern Day Wild West Show Experience!
The 2020 Cowboy Way Jubilee is not a ‘rogue’ event! We are following the County Health Department’s recommendations to keep everyone as safe as possible at our event. It’s a Free Country and we respect each individual’s decision to stay away or attend. Self-responsibility is the very foundation of the Cowboy Spirit and we promote it. Regarding masks, the City of San Angelo requires them in all public indoor spaces. Bring a bandana, it’ll work. (p.s. we’re not the police) Our venue has multiple building with capacity of 50 to 600. We will observe 50% capacity maintaining six foot distance, with a maximum of 100 persons per building with the exception of the Living History Stables (maximum 30) and the Stables Hall (maximum 300). If a building is not accessible at the moment (due to capacity being met), there are several other options while you wait. In addition, we have a quarter mile long parade ground where we can spread out!
Postscript — this year, ‘rules’ are a moving target. We will do our best to keep the website up to date but in doubt, email us, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the links on the 2020 Registration page for more info!
CLICK HERE to Download 2020 Registration Form! Click on any blank to type.
NOTE: Pricing is frozen at the early registration price for all attendees.
Please be aware, NO Banquet tickets are available, our apologies!
Share it, Print it, Hang it! The more the merrier! (it’s letter size)
WHAT is the Cowboy Way Jubilee? Why it’s 3 days of Everything Cowboy! Think of it as a modern day version of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show — there will be Stars, and Authors, and Workshops, and Demos. We’ll have Cowboy Music all day every day — that’s the “western” part of “Country and Western” — it’s a bit jazzy, a bit blue grass, a bit blues, and nearly always a ballad, certainly poetic. Toss in a bit of yodeling and fiddle playing and you’ve got the idea!
We play old movies and TV series episodes (all westerns of course) and talk about them @ the Forsaken Westerns Film Festival (complete with a new film premiere). You can dress up in period costume–from the 1800s to the early 1900s, it’s all appropriate & there’ll be a contest! Most Authentic Male and Most Authentic Female get a plaque and braggin rights!
There’s a chuck wagon ‘cookie’, food and vendors, and poets and cowboys (cowgirls, too) spinnin ol’ yarns (that’s storytelling for you citified folk). So get ready to bring the entire family for a step back into the old west. It’s “Be A Cowboy” weekend!
The Cowboy Way Jubilee is meant for the whole family — from great grand pappy all the way down to little Junior and guess what?! ALL KIDS are Admitted for FREE!!!! 100% of kids, any of ’em under age 18, no admission fee, nada, zero, zip! There maybe be fees for workshops or special movies, but all kids can hob nob with the stars, watch reenactments, and listen to music completely free!
2020 Confirmed Celebrities
ALL Celebrity appearances are based on their availability (and health) at the time of the actual event. To see a list and bios for our 2019 Celebrities simply go to the drop down above and select that page.
Cindy Mitchum Azbill
Randy Boone (Confirmed)The Virginian, Cimarron Strip
James Drury, Rest in Peace Boss Man!Mr. Drury passed away April 5, 2020.
There will be a Memorial Service, Friday, July 24 @ 7pm during the
2020 Cowboy Way Jubilee in his remembrance. Semi-Private.
Contact Leslei Fisher to attend.
The Virginian, Men From Shiloh
Kathy Garver (Confirmed)
Family Affair, Death Valley Days
James Hampton (represented by his wife, Mary Deese Hampton
F Troop, Sling Blade
Charlie LeSueur (Rest in Peace Dear Pal!)Charlie passed away November 10th, 2019 & is Sorely Missed!
Dean Reading (Confirmed)
Martin & Pratt Duo in Concert, 9pm Friday, July 24, 2020
Cowboy to the core, Gary S. Pratt is a ranch manager during the days, and Musician, Songwriter, and Story Teller the rest of the time. His strong voice plucks up deep memories of our past. Young Caleb Martin joins Gary lending his considerable skills to traditional cowboy music of old and new. Caleb Martin is a rising star in the world of Western Entertainment. Watch this cowboy actor/singer/musician rise.
Stephen Pride in Concert, 7pm Saturday, July 25, 2020
Stephen Pride is a consummate musician with a deep sound who hails from a musical family. The youngest brother of Country great, Charley Pride, Stephen delights all with his renditions of Classic Country music. And much of it he performs as well or better than the original!
Kristyn Harris & Hailey Sandoz in Concert 9pm, Saturday, July 25, 2020
2019 American Idol® contestant, Kristyn Harris is becoming a Western genre Star! Bold, robust, and full of energy, no one sings “I’ve Been Everywhere” faster! We are delighted she has agreed to be a Cowboy Way Jubilee regular.
Multi-Award winning fiddler, Hailey Sandoz brings Cowboy Music back to it’s roots in Celtic, folk, and jazz. This talented dynmo is helping to put Western genre music back on the map! We’re always thrilled to have her join us at the Cowboy Way Jubilee.
Note: all celebrity and performers appearances are posted in good faith–health and work schedules permitting.
For more info or questions, email CowboyWayFest@gmail.com, or call or text Leslei Fisher 580.768.5559