Hollywood Christmas Parade Trick Roping

Christy and Brett joined up with the Broken Horn Ropers to trick rope in the Hollywood Christmas Parade.  It was a nice mild Southern California evening for a parade. 

Christy, Brett and the other ropers had their turn performing on the red carpet in front of the cameras and braodcast stand.

Pre-parade staging the horses and performers.

Southern California rodeo queens and their horses rounded out the large group.  The parade was a great way to start the holiday season.  And as always Santa was the guest of honor.

Trick Roping, DJ’s & Line Dancing In Utah

Lewis Events is pleased to announce the expansion of talent and services in Utah for special events. We will be adding the following acts to our current services:

Disc Jockey and Master of Ceremonies–Our DJ’s can play a variety of music styles . . . . Country Western, Contemporary, Pop, Background/Atmosphere and other Genres.  English and Spanish spoken.  DJ’s bring a top notch professional sound system and can bring stunning dance lights. Exciting DJ party games are available upon request.

Trick Roping Talent-Fancy roping performed by a cowboy or cowgirl can be used as a featured act or as atmosphere to mingle with the guests.  Talent can also lead an activity where guests learn how to spin a trick rope or rope a virtual steer.

Western Atmosphere Talent–Cowboys and cowgirls can mingle with the guests and pose for photos.

Line Dancing and Instruction–Our talented line dancers can teach line dance steps to guests and can lead the group when the music begins.

Trick Roping Lessons and Coaching for Media and Stage Performance–Need to learn the art of trickroping for that big role on the screen or stage?  We’ll have you spinning in a jiff!

These exciting additions will enhance corporate and business events, private parties and celebrations, marketing and promotional events, school funtions, fundraising, non-profit, picnics, festivals, trade shows, weddings and much more . .

Lewis Events will be  available for performing in Utah Valley, Salt Lake City, Heber, Park City, the newly branded “Silicone Slopes” and beyond.

A few of many clients and locations include . . . . Sun Valley Resort, 2002 Winter Olympics, Knotts Berry Farm, Calico Ghost Town, Autry Museum of the American West, KTLA Morning News, LA County Museum, Good Day LA TV, Petersen Automobile Museum, and the Pasadena Tournament of Roses.

Email or call us today to chat about how together we can make your event the best ever!  Email info@lewisevents.com or call 626-536-8091

 

 

Trick Roping at Equestfest

Each year on January 1st, the world welcomes in the new year with the Tournament of Roses Parade from Pasadena, California.  Another incredible event, held a few days before the parade is Equestfest.  At Equestfest, each of the groups riding in the parade is given the opportunity to show off their fancy riding skills, stunts, and all the amazing showmanship they can’t showcase during the parade in an arena near Pasadena.

For about 15 years, the Lewis family has had the honor of being featured at Equestfest, demonstrating their trick roping, whip cracking and gun spinning skills. Equestfest visitors also have the chance to experience the old west as they pick up the ropes and learn to spin for themselves.

Always crowded in the roping area as Trick Roper Christy and Emily work with the crowd.

Emily had her own LAPD student.

After a long day of roping they boarded the stage and rode into the sunset.

 

Howdy Brea

 

They grabbed their boots, dusted off the Stetsons and cranked up the country tunes, because the wild west once again came alive!  Lewis Events was invited for another year to be part of Brea Bonanza Days in charming downtown . The streets were barricaded and the masses decended upon a festival packed full of live entertainment, delicious delicacies, and mesmerizing activities.

There were multiple days of country music headliners on the main stage. Line dancing kept the guests on their feet.  Gold panning, dream catcher art, games, pony rides and feeding live animals kept everyone busy till after the sun set in the west.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Round Up at LA Live

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For the second year, Lewis Events was asked to bring entertainment to LA Live for “Round Up at LA Live”.  This year we brought in trick roping and a western style magician.  Always tons of people, a myriad of activities, bright downtown lights, fantastic food and endless energy.  An honor to be part of this spectacular event!

Here’s the press release from LA Live:

LOS ANGELES (August 3, 2016) L.A. LIVE and Go Country will team up for the second year to host ‘Round Up,’ the ultimate country-themed block party, at L.A. LIVE on Friday, August 26 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Free and open to the public, L.A. LIVE will bring the country to the city of Los Angeles for the perfect summer night out. Activities will include mechanical bull rides, live musical performances, line dancing, country-themed shopping vendors, street performers, rodeo ropers, games, live muralists and more.

Country music performances at the Round Up Getdown Stage will feature Redneck Rodeo, Honey Country, Daniel Bonte, Stephen Wesley in addition to line dancing instruction by Kristal Lynn Konzen and performances by the LA Wranglers, Rodeo Crew and award-winning trick roper, Cowgirl Christy Lewis. DJ Greggory Place with Gone Country Promotions will spin country hits all night long. Vendors to include Shay Candles, Soap Seas, Hollywood & Twine, Goat and Kettle, Succulent Heaven and more, in addition to western-themed street art created live on site by muralists, James Wilde XO, PhobikGod and MDMN.

Spinning at Morongo

 

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This summer trick roper Christy took center stage at the Morongo Side Show and joined a group of unique and talented entertainers for a thrilling command performance.  She appeared multiple times with a variety of acts including a knife thrower, fire eater, magician, stilt walker, and jugglers.  Another unique and interesting experience to add to the books.christy-morongo-stage-8-12-16Trick roper

Entertainment (almost) Anywhere

Meadow speaker rsWe have performed in a variety of unique venues and locations . . . . boats, casinos, gazebos suspended 40′ high, television,  concerts, stunt scenes, parades, movie studios, celebrity homes, conventions, haunted attractions, cargo containers,  commercials, amusement parks and the list goes on.  Add another to the list. . .   Recently we had the opportunity to perform in a stunningly beautiful location in the southern end of the High Sierras for a re-enactment group.

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The greenest stage and dance floor we’ve ever seen, and no power outlets among the trees.  So we brought in a generator, sound and some basic lighting.  No need for a backdrop!  We began with a variety of western games and activities that included trickroping, virtual calf roping, rope making, cow milking, and butter churning. High Sierra Stage
Then we fired up the generator and the show and dancing began.
Trickroper Christy and Melinda

Christy  and Melinda started with a western style trickroping showcase.  Jay got into the act with the bullwhip.  group dance rsAs the evening progressed the crowd got to their feet with some line and square dancing.  We could have gone all night!High Sierra Line Dancingsunset rs

The lighting turned out much better than we anticipated! . . . thanks to the High Sierra sky.