Western Slope Cowboy Gathering

Announcing the 2021 Western Slope Cowboy Gathering. November 5th & 6th, at the Grand Valley Event Center.  Tickets are now available for purchase below, get ’em while they last!

The 2021 Western Slope Cowboy Gathering Schedule:

Friday, November 5, 2021

Daytime Performances 12:00-5:00:

 The Russellers, Floyd Beard, JoLynne Kirkwood, Jim Jones, Valerie Beard, Terry Nash, Caitlyn Taussig, Bill Clark, Nona Kelley Carver, Doug Figgs, Dale Page, Peggy Malone, Duane Nelson, Doug Figgs, Jim Jones, Bill Clark

Friday Night Performances 6:00-9:00:

Evelyn Roper, Peggy Malone, Jo Lynne Kirkwood. Dale Page, Valerie Beard, The Russellers, Floyd Beard

Saturday, November 6, 2021

Daytime Performances 10:00am -5:00pm:

Performers: Peggy Malone, Duane Nelson, Dale Page, Terry Nash, Jo Lynne Kirkwood, Bill Clark, Valerie Beard, The Russellers, Nona Kelley Carver, Floyd Beard, Doug Figgs, Caitlyn Taussig, Jim Jones, Dale Page, Jo Lynne Kirkwood, Floyd Beard, Valerie Beard, Peggy Malone, The Russellers

Saturday Night 6:00-9:00

Performers: Evelyn Roper, Bill Clark, Nona Kelley Carver, Duane Nelson, Caitlyn Taussig, Terry Nash,  Headlining *The Cowboy Way*

Tickets purchased in advance will be placed on will-call  to be picked up at the Grand Valley Event Center at the time of the event. Tickets are good for one evening performance, and can be used either the evening of the 5th or 6th.

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Local & National Cowboy Poets & Musicians

Cowboy poetry grew from a time when, after a day of work, cowboys would gather around the campfire to occupy and entertain one another with tall tales and folk songs. This form of poetry grew out of a tradition of extemporaneous composition carried on by workers on cattle drives and ranches.Image of 2019 performers

Cowboy poetry continues to be written and celebrated today through events like the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering held every year in Elko, Nevada. Including “roundups” dedicated to cowboy poetry, as well as Cowboy Poetry week which is celebrated each April throughout the United States and Canada.

A long-running program of the Museums of Western Colorado, the gathering hosts a wide range of top local and national cowboy poets and western singers and presents two days and nights of good family fun, featuring great cowboy entertainment.

We take pride in gathering some of the BEST local and national cowboy poets and musicians for your listening pleasure right here in beautiful Grand Junction, Colorado.