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National Theatre to present Flying J Wranglers on Saturday evening

National Theatre to present Flying J Wranglers on Saturday evening
December 12
10:44 2019

On Saturday evening, just after the Christmas Parade in downtown Breckenridge, the National Theatre will host a performance by the Flying J Wranglers from Alto, New Mexico.

The band, which plays traditional Western music, will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14, at the theater, 114 E. Walker St. Tickets cost $20 for adults and $10 for students and are available at the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce, 100 E. Elm St., through Friday, Dec. 13. Tickets will also be available at the theater’s box office beginning at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.

The performance will be a part of the Flying J Wranglers’ Christmas Tour, which is taking them through southeastern New Mexico and western Texas.

The group’s home base is the Flying J Ranch in Alto, New Mexico, a few miles north of Ruidoso. The ranch offers chuckwagon suppers, western shows and other attractions during the summer months.

The Flying J Wrangler’s Christmas show will feature “an evening of great music, humor and yuletide cheer as they sing and play a mix of western, spiritual and popular Christmas classics,” according to their website.

The band includes Cindy and James Hobbs, founders of the ranch, on vocals and guitar; Jayson Jones, providing vocals, as well as bass guitar, mandolin and fiddle; Tim McCasland, who plays guitar, banjo and dobro; Corinna Ripple, providing vocals and fiddle playing; and Greg Meeks with vocals.

For more news about upcoming events in Breckenridge, click here to visit the Breckenridge Texan’s Calendar of Events.

(Courtesy photo)

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