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Saturday June 1, 2024
CONCERT IN THE ROCKS
NASHVILLE IS COMING TO LONE RANGER CANYON

“If you’re looking for the next best thing to Garth Brooks, you just found it.”
 Johnny Garcia, Lead Guitarist for Garth Brooks

The Museum of Western History is pleased to announce that Nashville’s Shawn Gerhard will bring his “Ultimate Garth Brooks Tribute” to Lone Ranger Canyon for the June 1, 2024 Concert in the Rocks. Shawn’s silky-smooth vocals complemented by Nashville’s top musicians, has garnered unparalleled reviews and headlines that consistently read: “An unrivaled celebration of Garth Brooks” with “Unparalleled showmanship and musicians.”

Inspired by Garth Brooks in the 90’s, Shawn grew up singing along with his radio to his favorite Garth tunes. He cultivated his silky-smooth vocals while performing in numerous venues throughout the United States. Shawn has shared the stage with countless recording artists like Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and many more and has performed all across the United States, continuing to make fans wherever he goes. An astounding tribute to the man, Garth Brooks, who has sold more albums than anyone else in music history. Hi Yo Garth!

Hi Yo Garth!

Tickets on Sale @ NOW   

Dinner & Show
VIP Tickets $250 includes:   VIP  TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT
*** Premiere Seating
*** Museum Reception on Saturday ( 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.) and a Friday Night
*** Ranch Dinner
*** Collectible Poster of Event
*** Bottle of Commemorative Wine
*** Shuttle (To and From Venue)
*** Ticket to a Special Event Dinner on Friday evening May 31)
This year’s “Special Event dinner will be held at the Duck Club, in Olancha.
(Details will be sent by email after ticket purchase.)

Regular Tickets $200 includes:
*** Standard Seating
*** Museum Reception (included with tickets purchased by Museum Members)
*** Ranch Dinner
*** Shuttle (To and From Venue)

                        Thank you to all for your tremendous support for this years concert….

 ** The Concert is held in Lone Ranger Canyon and in compliance of the BLM’s concerns over excess traffic in the Alabama Hills, all guests will be transported to and from the dinner venue by bus.

** This is a charity benefit Dinner/Concert, The Museum of Western Film History is a charitable non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID #95-3645691.


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AMERICAS GREATEST OUTDOOR VENUES
Lone Ranger Canyon  

Every June, Lone Ranger Canyon, located in the magnificent Alabama Hills, is transformed into an “under the stars” venue for hosting the annual Lone Pine – “Concert in the Rocks.” The evening begins with a welcoming reception in the museum. Following the reception attendees are transported to the Alabama Hills for a “Cowboy Ranch” dinner preceding the show. 

The entertainment starts as early stars grace the evening sky and the setting sun’s shadows become long on the canyon.  Soon, veiled lights create unique and mysterious shadows on the canyon walls. Cinematic Memories of our Western film heroes become freshly imagined as if it were a long-ago Saturday matinee.     

 

Annual Members Welcoming Reception – 3:00 PM @ Museum of Western Film History

Savory Ranch Dinner – 6:00 PM – Lone Ranger Canyon, The Alabama Hills

And to ALL…
The Concert in the Rocks annual event is always a special evening for the community, our members and friends; and always an important fundraiser for the Museum of Western Film History. This year’s event proceeds will go to contribute to some important capital improvements for the museum, including replacement of four HVAC units, upgraded audio/video equipment for the museum theater, new light boxes for the front of the museum, restoration of the Museum Marquee’s “FILM MUSEUM” neon sign, and a new outdoor programmable message board, As always, your continued support of the Museum and the Annual Film Festival is much appreciated. 

Thank you,
Museum Board of Directors