Cowboy Christmas | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

Cowboy Christmas

  • Cowboy Christmas
Event Date: 
Saturday, December 14, 2019 - 2:00pm
Saturday, December 14, 2019 - 7:30pm
Sunday, December 15, 2019 - 2:00pm
(605) 584-2067

It's the 10th year of the Black Hills Cowboy Christmas Concerts & Dance!

One of the area’s most highly anticipated events of the year.
Nearly 1,500 guests travel from across the region to enjoy 15 award-winning musicians, singers, and storytellers from across South Dakota, WY, and MT.

All seats are reserved.
Tickets are available now for $35 to $50 each.

Three performances are featured:
- Saturday, Dec. 14 matinee at 2:00 pm.
- Saturday, Dec. 14 evening show at 7:30 pm with down-home country music dance by The Wilt Brothers and members of the cast.
- Sunday, Dec. 15 matinee show at 2:00 pm.

The event is sponsored by Coeur Wharf Mining; Ketel Thorstenson, LLC; First Gold Hotel & Casino; KEVN Black Hills Fox TV; Jim & Janice Clarkson; Black Hills Badlands Tourism Assoc.; and the SD Arts Council through the SD Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts.

All concerts are held at the Homestake Opera House,
313 W. Main Street in Lead. For more information, please visit or call 605-584-2067.

The lineup for the concerts and dance is always packed with talent and new additions to each annual show.
This year’s award-winning performer lineup includes:
Paul Larson, co-founder and cowboy musician of Rochford, SD
Kenny Putnam, South Dakota fiddler champion, Rapid City, SD
Boyd Bristow, singer/guitarist/songwriter of Sioux Falls, SD
Chet Murray, singer/pianist/bassist of Rapid City, SD
Trinity Seely, singer/guitarist/songwriter of Cascade, MT
Jami Lynn, Black Hills singer/songwriter, Spearfish, SD
Brent Morris, singer/guitarist of Hill City, SD
Robert Dennis, cowboy poet/guitarist of Red Owl, SD
Shiloh Hewitt, singer/songwriter/guitarist of Mud Butte, SD
Chuck Larsen, comedian emcee/cowboy poet of Hulett, WY
Yvonne Hollenbeck, champion cowgirl poet of Clearfield, SD
Sarah Carlson, co-founder and vocalist of Lead, SD
Dance provided by The Wilt Brothers Band of Rapid City, SD and the cast musicians

Our stage is a sight to behold, filled with 30 majestic towering ponderosa pines and white aspens, plus performers and instruments – including our Yamaha grand piano.

Wine, beer, soda, and water is available for purchase.

The HHOH is an equal opportunity provider.

Financial support is provided in part by the Adams Mastrovich Family Foundation, and the City of Lead.

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