ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING (Nov. 6, 2019) — The Bar J Wranglers, world-famous singing cowboys from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, will perform at the Broadway Theater on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, for a Christmas Concert.
Doors will open at 6 p.m., with the concert starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30 each and available at the Rock Springs Main Street/URA office (603 S Main Street) or the Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are general admission. Annual members of the Friends of the Broadway Social Club will be allowed in beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are also available online at BroadwayRS.com
The Bar J Wranglers will entertain the entire family with western harmonies straight from the range, as well as cowboy stories and jokes.
Over 30 years ago, Babe Humphrey founded the Bar J Wranglers, and now his sons, Scott and Bryan continue the family tradition, along with Tim Hodgson, Donnie Cook, and Danny Rogers.
The Bar J Wranglers perform in Jackson Hole 7 nights per week during the summer months, entertaining 700 people nightly at the Bar J Chuckwagon.
During their off-season, the Bar J Wranglers perform all over the world, bringing their style of western music, harmony, comedy, and musicianship to people of all ages and backgrounds.
“As much as we enjoy playing on our home stage, we love taking the show on the road,” says Scott Humphrey.
His brother, Bryan, concurs, “It gives us another opportunity to meet with the fans, and it gives them the opportunity to share the fun of the Bar J Wranglers with their families and friends.”
Babe Humphrey, who will be part of the Christmas concert adds, “We so enjoy giving folks the opportunity to experience our authentic western show in their own home town.”
The Bar J Wranglers have performed with many Western music legends such as Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Randy Travis and have been featured on numerous television and radio programs.
The 2019-2020 season at The Broadway Theater is unwritten with support from the City of Rock Springs, Wyoming Arts Council, Sweetwater Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Genesis Alkali, Sweetwater County Travel, and Tourism and Rocky Mountain Power.