Don’t forget to bring the family up to Pioneertown this Labor Day weekend, Saturday, August 31, for a pair of free, half-hour wild west shows with the Mane Street Stampede; the fun starts at 2:30 P.M. in the shade of the Pioneer Bowl.
Later that same day, the old-west reenactment group will perform a special, “Shootout at Sundown” show at 6:30 P.M.
Many of the Mane Street buildings in Pioneertown were built during the 1940’s for western movie making that saw the likes of The Cisco Kid and Judge Roy Bean, and recently refurbished with signage and set props, the authentic movie set is ready for amateur and professional photographers so be sure to bring your cameras for a great picture taking time. The volunteer reenactment players will also be available after the show to pose with you and your groups. This is the desert so be sure to bring your own water.
So for a rootin’ tootin’ good time, mark your calendar, corral them kids (Free gift for the kids from our sponsor, Del Taco of Yucca Valley), and join with the Mane Street Stampede as they perform a double-header day of shows on Mane Street in Pioneertown.
Call Desert Rose at 760-365-0044 or One Shot at 760-369-0110 for more information about this or other regularly scheduled Mane Street Stampede Wild West Shows, held every Saturday at 2:30 P.M., April though October in Pioneertown.
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