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December 23rd, 2015

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Wild West Days at Old Tucson

During The High Chaparral Reunion 2016 you’ll join the Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation at Old Tucson for Wild West Days, an Old Tucson Signature Event, on Saturday, March 19!  See special guests demonstrating the skills early residents needed to survive and the contributions made by the cultures that left their marks on the Arizona Sonora region.

This three-day festival celebrates Old Tucson’s emergence as Southern Arizona’s destination for showcasing local History, Culture and Heritage in the western tradition. This exciting event pleases all ages with an array of daily educational presentations as well as exciting entertainment and activities.

Wild West Days also showcases Old Tucson’s full range of western entertainment. Live shows, stunts, and musical shows. Plus Living History presentations tell stories of everyday life of Southern Arizona pioneers presented by vintage characters. Topics including The American Cowboy, Sheriffs of the Old West, The Mercantile, The Raucous Saloon and more.  These entertaining yet educational experiences allow guests a glimpse into what daily life was like on the western frontier.

The New Old Tucson

If you haven’t visited Old Tucson lately, you haven’t visited! In addition to a new Native Village, you’ll love Heritage Square featuring twelve new building sets and three new streets that bring back some of the magic of Old Tucson. Hollywood Production Designer Gene Rudolph whose credits include western classics Young Guns 2, The Great Gatsby and The Right Stuff, among others, created the design for the project.  Heritage Square provides a backdrop for audiences to experience the Old West as it was meant to be experienced.

Admission to Old Tucson and Wild West Days is included in all High Chaparral Reunion packages starting at $30.   RATES INCREASE FEBRUARY 1 so sign up today!

Old Tucson – Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive!

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