Wyoming Arts Council

Funding Available to Connect Indie Musicians with Nonprofit Venues

WESTAF (Western States Arts Federation), in association with the Wyoming Arts Council, launched its new IMTour.org™ site late last week. An extension of the Independent Music on Tour (IMTour™) grant, the website pairs independent musicians with presenting nonprofit organizations in the western United States. With close ties to the Denver music community, WESTAF recognized the
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Calling All Wyoming Musicians

The Wyoming Arts Council and the Western States Art Federation (WESTAF) are seeking musicians for Wyoming’s IMTour Roster. This is a statewide call, and represents the next phase of the Wyoming Independent Music Initiative (WIMI).  Designed to open up touring opportunities across 13 Western states, IMTour serves as a booking website. It is the program’s mission to support underappreciated artists, offering roster
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Spend the Cheyenne weekend with Jalan Crossland and his band

Jalan Crossland on the songwriters’ stage at the 2011 French Quarter Festival in New Orleans. Ten Sleep’s Jalan Crossland will receive a 2012 Governor’s Arts Award Friday, Feb. 8, at the annual GAA Awards Gala at Little America in Cheyenne. He’ll be performing a few of his trademark songs to wrap up the night’s festivities.
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Burning House Music Festival Aug. 18 is fund-raiser for John Quarterman Performing Arts Scholarship

Arts in the Parks: Kane’s River at Hot Springs State Park Aug. 23

Our colleagues at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites share this news: Nationally recognized bluegrass band Kane’s River will make a rare Wyoming appearance on Thursday, August 23, in Thermopolis. The free performance will be held in Hot Springs State Park Pavilion at 7 p.m. The Montana-based band is a five-piece acoustic group known for
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Arts in the Parks: Kane's River at Hot Springs State Park Aug. 23

Our colleagues at Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites share this news: Nationally recognized bluegrass band Kane’s River will make a rare Wyoming appearance on Thursday, August 23, in Thermopolis. The free performance will be held in Hot Springs State Park Pavilion at 7 p.m. The Montana-based band is a five-piece acoustic group known for
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Rabbi Joe Black in concert Aug. 5 in Cheyenne

Rabbi Joe Black will perform in concert on Sunday, Aug. 5, 1:30 p.m. at the Mt. Sinai Synagogue in Cheyenne. He is a nationally known musician, poet, composer, humorist, and recording artist.  He only does a few performances each year. Tickets are $20. For more information and ticket info, please check out the web site, http://mtsinaicheyenne.org/special_events.asp. Ice cream
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Benefit concert for devastating Ash Creek & Taylor Creek fires set for Sheridan on Aug. 8

Benefit concert for devastating Ash Creek & Taylor Creek fires set for Sheridan on Aug. 8

Rockin the Reservoir July 21 at Buffalo Bill State Park

The Second Annual Rockin the Reservoir Outdoor Music Festival, featuring a variety of different bands to satisfy various musical tastes, is scheduled for July 21 from 5:30-11 p.m., at Buffalo Bill State Park in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails. This family-friendly event is held
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