Former Cowboy Festival Director Mike Fleming and his band, New West, will host “New West and a Tribute to Don Edwards” at National Historic Landmark Rancho Camulos Museum.
Enjoy a tri-tip and chicken buffet from Cowboy John’s Smokin Barbecue, followed by an intimate Cowboy music performance in the museum’s 1930 schoolhouse. Costumed docent-led tours of the 1853 adobe home and grounds included.
One of the best surviving examples of an early Californio Rancho in its original setting, Rancho Camulos inspired the 1884 novel “Ramona” and the filming location for DW Griffith’s 1910 Ramona starring Mary Pickford. All proceeds benefit the non-profit museum’s historical preservation.
Note: this is New West’s only performance at this year’s festival. *Transportation is NOT provided for this trip, attendees must drive themselves to the location.
For tickets, click here: http://cowboyfestival.org/attractions/rancho-camulos-museum/