Silver Dollar City Presents Fall's Best of the Classic West:
New Wild West Show Plus Stunt Show, Craftsmen & Music
for the National Harvest & Cowboy Festival
September 12 - October 25
(Branson, Missouri 9/2014) The adventure-loving culture of the Great American Cowboy and
the best elements of the classic West flavor the fall harvest features as Silver Dollar City
presents a new high-action Wild West Show, the return of a stunt-packed Western stunt
show, top craftsmen from around the country and live bands, all part of the National
Harvest & Cowboy Festival.The Ozarks' leading fall festival famous for fine craftsmanship
and fall harvest activities runs September 12 - October 25 at the Branson, Missouri theme
Wild West shows of the 1880s, presenting a trick riding troupe, a horse-riding female
sharpshooter, trick roping and bullwhip artistry, comedy canines and Native American
hoop dancing. Hosted by rodeo rider and roper A.J. Silver, named Act of the Year by the
International Rodeo Association, the show features Nakotah LaRance, 6-time world champion
Hoop Dancer whose skills were showcased in Cirque du Soleil's touring show "Totem."
Western action continues with the returning Western stunt show "The Pinkerton Man," with
high-flying action and special effects, including dramatic 3-story falls, high-slide rappels,
hero fights and pyrotechnic effects and explosions, with professional stunt men and women
leading a cast of 14, plus live animals.
A major focus during the National Harvest Festival is craftsmanship, as the park features
125 top craftsmen from around the country, including Best of Missouri Hands juried artists
and a showcase of Western artists, all joining the 100 demonstrating craftsmen of Silver
Dollar City. Featured festival crafts include weaving, jewelry making, stained glass, basket
making, gourd carving, leather crafting and painting. For its 5-decade presentation of
craftsmanship, Silver Dollar City was named "The Home of American Craftsmanship" by
the U.S. Congress.
Guests can experience the thrills of the Old West with a ride on the park's Western-themed
world-famous wood coaster Outlaw Run, named Best New Ride of 2013 worldwide in an
industry poll conducted by Amusement Today magazine, winner of the Travel Channel's Insane
Coaster Wars: World Domination in Episode 2, and recently named one of the 12 biggest
game-changers in the history of theme park attractions by CNN.com.
Additional Festival Features:
Square and harvest-time foods are served up throughout the park, with favorites such as
homemade soups and stews, smoked turkey legs and hearty skillet meals cooked on open grills.
The Midwest Living Culinary & Craft School will feature fall recipe classes from fall favorite
comfort foods to iron skillet cooking.
The National Harvest Festival runs September 12 - October 25 at the Branson, Missouri theme park,
open Wednesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., and 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
Information: 800-831-4FUN(386) or www.silverdollarcity.com.
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