The Cache Valley Center for the Arts in Logan will present the return of the Bar J Wranglers for their annual Christmas concert on Saturday, December 15 at 1:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. in the Ellen Eccles Theatre.
Tickets are $16-$22 per person.
Purchase online at www.EllenEcclesTheatre.org, at the Cache Valley Center for the Arts Ticket Office located north of the Ellen Eccles Theatre at 43 South Main in Logan, or by calling 435-752-0026.
"Every year the Bar J Wranglers pack the theatre for an event that has truly become a cherished Logan tradition," said Wally Bloss, executive director for the Cache Valley Center for the Arts, in a press release. "The Bar J Wranglers mix up their holiday concert with a little cowboy poetry, stellar musicianship, and a healthy dose of down-home ranch humor."
Excerpt from the press release: Well known in Cache County and beyond, the cowpokes hailing from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, present a show that is two parts music, two parts stand-up comedy and all out entertainment with a holiday twist. This concert is one of those events that will sell out. If you have waited, there are a few tickets left! The Bar J Wranglers will be making their 13th appearance in Logan as part of the Cache Valley Center for the Arts 2012-2013 Presenting Season. Some folks call it a western music show; some call it a stand-up comedy show with masterful cowboy music; others call it the best musical experience in the west. As soon as the Bar J Wranglers take the stage, listeners leave behind their busy life and settle into a time long ago – a time of the singing cowboy. The group was formed in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 1983 by Babe Humphrey and has been passed down to his sons Scott & Bryan.
The band has several UT concerts scheduled for December in places such as Orem, Vernal and St. George. For a list, go to http://www.barjchuckwagon.com/ConcertSchedule.html
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