Garth Brooks Can’t Wait to be at Cheyenne Frontier Days Next Year

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The campaign will focus on two major projects to mark the 125th anniversary of Cheyenne Frontier Days. One project to honor rodeo rider and legendary country music star, Chris LeDoux, and an effort to refurbish Barn 15.

A bronze statue of Chris LeDoux will be added to the sculpture collection at the home of CFD in Cheyenne, Frontier Park. The sculpture is by D. Michael Thomas from Buffalo, Wyoming, and memorializes Chris LeDoux’s place in CFD history.

Additionally, work will begin to refurbish Barn 15 to house CFD’s world-class carriage collection so they can be stored and protected from the elements. Currently, these rolling pieces of history are displayed in the CFD Old West Museum galleries until they are used in the CFD parades in July.

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In a video message, the one and only Garth Brooks had a few things to say about performing with Chris LeDoux at CFD and asked for a new CDF buckle.

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Donations to the 365 to 125 Campaign will be matched up to $200,000. For more information, or to make a donation, visit cfdrodeo.co/foundation or email Roger Schreiner at foundation@cfdrodeo.com.

Cheyenne Frontier Days™ (CFD) Foundation
Cheyenne Frontier Days™ (CFD) Foundation


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