We promised Charlie a Wyoming crowd and we held up our end of the bargain. In exchange, he and his band delivered an amazing show, closing out another incredible festival!
Some lucky Beartrap Summer Festival goers had the opportunity to meet the man himself, Mr. Charlie Daniels.
Always a favorite at Beartrap, Wyoming's own Jalan Crossland once again surpassed expectations and brought the crowd to their feet. Few have tried, but none will likely ever be able to de-thrown the king of Wyoming folk music!
For those familiar with the festival, it is no secret that we encourage dancing and other festive gyrations -- let's be honest, not everything can REALLY be considered "dancing" -- and few have brought the crowd to the front of the stage better than The Last Revel did in the Meadow this year. If you have a chance to see these young men on another stage, be sure to bring your dancing shoes!
There's something about Taarka that makes you want to go eat some Indian food... I just don't know know what it is. Anyway. They were amazing. Of course.
It's true. good things often come in small packages, as was evidenced by the performance from Ana, Rachel & Friends on the Beartrap stage Sunday morning. It's so great to see these young ladies make such amazing music!
When you think of Barbershop harmony, the word "quartet" usually comes to mind. Not so with the Oil City Slickers, the all-male Barbershop Harmony group from Casper. All are welcome. No experience necessary. Just show up with a heart for God and for song.
Los Lobos headlined the first day of the 2015 Beartrap Summer Festival and delivered a performance that will forever live on in Beartrap history.
Big Daddy Love was the perfect act to go ahead of headlining act Los Lobos. Their bluegrass/soul/rockabilly sound definitely left the audience feeling the love.
Talent and passion. Those two words are the best way to describe Darlingside.