- The narratives talk of the cowboy's lives on the range.
- A mid August event held each year
- Men and women preserving part of western heritage and sharing their talent to do so.
Overview: For three days, sometimes over 125 performers put forth some fabulous storytelling, songs and poetry of the old Arizona working cowboys., many come to enjoy this gathering occurring at Yavapai College.
When: Every year, in August. This year it will take place August 10th-12th, 2017.
Where: Come to enjoy this gathering occurring at Yavapai College.
Fees: Free to attend
Details: Just ninety minutes north of Phoenix, you will find a small yet historic town, nestled in the hills of northern Arizona – Prescott. Surrounded with large forests of Ponderosa pine, this area claims some interesting patrons, including Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. And with the Cowboy Poets Gathering once a year, Prescott brings to life these men.
All things Western are honored at this Cowboy Poets Gathering, and the event hosts cowboy enthusiasts from all over the country. They are keeping the oral traditions of the cowboy alive with this observance. The narratives talk of the cowboy's lives on the range.
Don't miss this great event and bring the kids, because they'll love this experience.
Find more details on the Arizona Cowboy Poets website.