Lewisville Western Days

Lewisville Western Days

Lewisville Western Days

by Steve Gamel

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to don the cowboy hat, tight jeans, and boots with the spurs, now’s your chance as the Lewisville Western Days are officially upon us. But don’t wait too long. It will be over before you know it.

Lewisville Western Days is an annual event slated for September 27 and 28 in Old Town Lewisville. It will feature everything from five stages of live music and western-themed activities to a livestock parade, the world tamale eating championship, and plenty of vendors from food concessionaires to artists and other commercial and non-profit vendors.

Western Days is free until 7 p.m. each day with a ticket, which are available for download and pickup. You simply pay for food, drinks, and children’s activities wrist bands. After 7 p.m., the cost per person is $10 except for children 12 and under.

Headliners for this year’s event are Brett Young on Sept. 27 and the Josh Abbott Band on Sept. 28. Some of the other bands expected to play during the event include Straight Tequila Night, Texas Flood, Go Ask Alice, and Tejanas Brothers.

And let’s not forget about the slew of children’s activities on tap for this year. The free event includes stickhorse rodeo, the young anglers fishing tank, gunfight reenactments, and the Western Village tribal dancers. For $12, you get unlimited access to all inflatables, mechanical rides, the roller roper, pony rides, and the boogie, woogie, choo choo train.

According to the event website, officials are expecting upwards of 20,000 visitors at this year’s event. For more information, visit www.cityoflewisville.com/about-us/city-departments/community-relations-tourism/special-events-festivals/western-days-festival/-fsiteid-1.

The free event includes stickhorse rodeo, the young anglers fishing tank, gunfight reenactments, and the Western Village tribal dancers.

September 27 and 28 | Old Town Lewisville | Free until 7pm | $10 per person after 7pm


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