Lewisville Western Days will go virtual this year

The Lewisville Western Days Festival’s Texas longhorns. (Photo courtesy of the city of Lewisville)

The City of Lewisville is moving forward with plans to present its annual Western Days festival as a one-day virtual event on Saturday, Sept. 26.

The festival will originate from the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater from 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and feature country music star Cody Johnson, cooking demonstrations, western-themed performances, and the 16th annual World Tamale Eating Championship sponsored by Market Street.

In addition to headliner Cody Johnson, other musical acts scheduled to perform include Charley Crockett, Roger Creager, Sundance Head, Hightower Band, D and Chi, The Gibbonses, Kylie Frey, and Squeezebox Bandits.

The virtual Western Days also will feature the Indigenous ACE dancers, and Alma y Corazon Tejano Ballet Folklorico.

The program will be streamed live online at:

CTG Staff
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