Traveled to Dallas/Ft. Worth this fall. One of our destinations was the fascinating historic Ft. Worth Stockyards. It began with the stock parade as the cowboys drove a herd of longhorns down the main street. Behind the Live Stock Exchange building, a cool experience was the “Ft. Worth Herd” where the cowboys explain the history of the cattle drive and show off the long horns up close. We took the rare opportunity to visit with the cowboys, trick roping and roping the virtual calf. We remained long after the crowds had departed, telling stories and sharing roping tricks with the cowboys.
And finally all together with the cowboys.
Lewis Events provides authentic Western entertainment and design for a variety of events in Park City, Los Angeles, Utah, California, and worldwide. Trick roping, whip cracking, gun spinning, virtual calf roping, and full Western experiences!
Lewis Events had the honor of being part of a fundraiser for a Chicago police and fire rehabilitation organization. We performed two shows and taught panning for gold, trick roping, and virtual steer roping.
Thanks for allowing us to be part of this important event and thanks to our first responders.
In late July, Lewis Events traveled north to Chico, California for a western-themed birthday celebration, picnic style. The host pulled out all the stops and made it an unforgettable experience for the 300+ guests dressed in their best frontier duds.
Chico Catering did a fabulous job BBQing a western feast and the local Elks lodge was an ideal location for the celebration. Guests were entertained by a trick roping, whip cracking, gun spinning, and square dancing showcase all kept moving by the cowboy DJ/MC. Non-stop activities included panning for gold, virtual cow milking, corn hole tournament, calf & trick roping lessons, virtual cow branding, corn husk doll making, nerf shooting gallery, water slides, and inflatable games.
Not far from Chico at this same time, the Dixie fire was in its early stages and the plume of smoke could be seen from our site. Nearby, the fire fighting teams were staging their equipment and our hotel parking lot was filled with Cal Fire trucks. Thanks, first responders!
What do you do when you want to host your company’s western picnic on-site at your own facility. Easy! You transform your location into the Wild West.
Lewis Events teamed up with Cafe N’ Stuff Catering to make wild west magic happen for a ton of folks at a location with acres of indoor space.
And when we said acres of space we weren’t kidding. So with some areas masked off, we concentrated the colorful decorating in key areas of the event space.
When the guests were finished eating Cafe N’ Stuff’s amazing food, we kept the crowd entertained with a wild west trick roping and stunt show, a cornhole tournament, virtual calf roping, trick roping and, line dancing instruction.
Lewis Events magically transforms spaces into amazing theme parties for small intimate gatherings all the way up to grand celebrations in Southern California and Salt LakeCity/Utah Valley.
Is it possible to pull together a memorable western theme party without it costing the deed to the ranch? Lewis Events has the answer. . . . An exciting performance bundle that provides three entertainment elements all wrapped up into one neat package: It includes:
*Energetic western-style DJ and professional sound system
*Line dancing instruction and audience participation
Your celebration can showcase a variety of exciting western entertainment without hiring multiple performers from different sources. Call Lewis Events today to see how they can make your next event an unforgettable and AFFORDABLE success!
Lewis Events has provided exciting western presentations for audiences and locations including Tournament of Roses, Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Calico Ghost Town, Yellowstone Club, 2002 Winter Olympics, Disney’s California Grand Hotel, Universal Studio, and many, many more. We provide smiles and cheers throughout the western United States and beyond, from locations in Southern California, Salt Lake City, and Utah Valley.
Lewis Events received a request for a trick roping cowboy to perform for a western-themed celebration at an exclusive private resort in Montana. So when the time arrived, Cowboy Brett flew from Salt Lake City into Bozeman, Montana, picked up a rental car, and began his drive south towards Yellowstone. He said that as he drove, every mile became more beautiful with lush green pastures and horizons of towering mountain ranges.
Closer . . . Closer . . . and then.
The event location was stunning. A beautiful alpine setting surrounded by tall pine trees, breathtaking vistas, blue skies, and a gentle breeze. It wasn’t long before the set-up was complete and the crowds began to arrive for a real, old-west picnic and evening of fun.
Guests were greeted by Cowboy Brett in full western gear spinning his trusty trick rope. As the party progressed, Brett showcased a variety of trick roping stunts with his lasso. Adults and younger cowpokes were able to get their hands on a genuine trick rope and try their hand at mastering their own roping skills. Brett brought along his virtual steer and gave everyone a chance to rope the cow with a real, old fashioned lariat. The day ended with a corral full of new Montana cow folk, ready to hit the cattle drive trail.
Lewis Events offers a variety of talents and skills for corporate events, theme parties, marketing promotions, festivals, school events, educational presentations, and tons more . . . . We provide smiles and cheers throughout the western United States and beyond from locations in Southern California, Salt Lake City, and Utah Valley.
Nothing like having a western party in a milking barn. Our bovine friends were polite, quiet, did not eat too much and had a very positive attitude as long as they got their turn on the milking machine.Lewis Events was proud to be part of a company party held in the Millenial Barn located at the Orange County Fairgrounds. It’s an ideal location for a western theme party, offering a perfect country atmosphere . . . . cows included.
The guests enjoyed a variety of interesting activities including gold panning, cowboy games, line dancing, trick roping & whip cracking show, virtual calf roping, great food and lively music.
Right in the middle of the party festivities, the cows filed in and in an orderly fashion, took their place at the milking machine. It wasn’t long before the guests took notice and crowded to see the milking take place. I must admit this was an interesting first for Lewis Events and definitely added another dimension to the event.
Emily came away from the experience with some new friends.