If you have an award-winning brewery, lots of talented musicians, food trucks, a wildlife park, and a penchant for fun, what would you do? Plan an evening to celebrate the Summer Solstice. It’s all part of Cowboy Days fun going on in Edgewood.
Everyone is invited to enjoy a truly eclectic mix of music on the soon-to-be famous Flatbed Stage when Flash Flood (classic rock), Mystic Roots (contemporary), The Band Eastwood (country), and Rudy Boy Jaramillo (Spanish flair) perform.
Sierra Blanca Brewing Company will be serving their award-winning brews for adults and Route 66 sodas for the under-21 half-pints. Food trucks include Holy Smokes BBQ and Big Bs Grub Shack, and ice cream, too. Explore locally-made art and hand-crafted items along vendor row, and let the kiddos challenge you in the games area.
The event will be June 21 from 5 to 10 p.m. at Wildlife West Nature Park in Edgewood. Admission is free to the event and there is plenty of free parking. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
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