Get your boots on and Visit Fort Worth and it's Western Heritage at its finest at Cowtown Coliseum in the Stockyards National Historic District this weekend!
A historical reenactment of the original Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show. The show features trick roping, trick shooting, trick riding, cowboy songs and an entertaining look at history. Historical figures such as Pawnee Bill come to life and transport the spectator back in time. The shows are based on actual events and stunts that occurred in the original Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show that toured the country some 90 years ago. The Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show. Spectators will get a glimpse of the past as entertainers recreate the original Wild West show, which was first held in Fort Worth's Cowtown Coliseum in 1909. Wholesome entertainment for the entire family full of animals, spectacular performers with ropes, bullwhips, pistols and even a singing cowboy!
Austin Anderson portrays the historic wild west figure Pawnee Bill. Austin comes to the Stockyards a third-generation western entertainer growing up with his family's traveling show "The Texas White Horse Troupe." Anderson trick rides, trick ropes and performs stunning feats atop his fast running steed Arizona Charlie. Anderson is joined by cowgirl partner Pamela Roetschke, an accomplished western performer, who presents the ancient art of Roman Riding and entertainment to the Caesars.
This one-hour program is packed with performers: trick roping with Ketch Weaver and Joe Hub Baker "The Texas Kid." Plus, enjoy old time music with Cowboy singer Buck Reams.