Authentic cowboy music tells a rich tale that celebrates the legacy and history of the mythic West. At the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue weaves together an evening of quality entertainment, excitement, and anecdotes associated with the Old West. If you’re planning a trip to the Center, and this isn’t already on your agenda, here are five reasons to attend the best western musical show in Buffalo Bill’s Cody Country.
1. They perform a wide range of music that appeals to all tastes
No matter your musical genre preference, Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue serves up a wide variety of old favorites that will have you toe-tapping to the beat in no time. Styles ranging from cowboy and Americana to bluegrass and gospel never fail to captivate the crowd’s attention. In fact, one TripAdvisor member says, “This is without a doubt one of the best western music shows anywhere!” To listen to a sample of their music, click here.
2. It’s an evening of excitement for the entire family
Audiences of all ages enjoy Dan, Hannah, and Wendy’s lively music and good-humored jokes. Stick around for a few minutes before or after the show, and they’re more than happy to answer any questions and chat. Additionally, if you’re attending the show with youngsters, a playground is available right outside in our beautiful gardens.
3. A delicious dinner is served
From prime rib and chicken to roasted potatoes, fresh salad, and assorted desserts, there is something for everyone to enjoy. One TripAdvisor member notes, “The food was excellent… I would definitely recommend to my friends.”
4. There’s no better way to end your day
After a day of immersing yourself in the vibrant history of the American West, Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue is the perfect end to your Center of the West extravaganza. Sit back, enjoy dinner, and experience one jam-packed hour full of talent and entertainment.
5. They’re always striving to make the crowd feel welcome
Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue celebrates thirteen seasons as the best western music and dinner show.
“Much of the joy I get from playing with the Dan Miller Cowboy Music Revue is the interaction with the guests,” Wendy Corr said. “Before our show, we walk around the tables and greet them, find out where they’re from, and often find we have places or people in common! Then when we get on stage, we’re not just playing to strangers – we’re now playing to friends. It makes a huge difference in our performance! Afterwards, I love talking to people and hearing what they enjoyed most from the show. It not only enhances the experience for our guests, it makes it more enjoyable for us, as well.”
Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue performs six nights per week, through October 7, in the Center’s Kuyper Dining Pavilion. To purchase tickets, click here.
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