Right outside the Family Area at Beartrap Summer Festival is a frisbee golf cage. There's a ton of discs sitting around for those who want to play the game---and these kiddos decided to burn off some energy by playing a fast-paced version
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Well, it might not be the most exciting of topics for the average bear, but for these young'uns at Beartrap Summer Festival, moulting happened to be a topic they knew and wanted to talk about.
Jim and Samantha from Birdie Bayou in Casper brought out their parrots, big and small, to teach kids more about their feathered friends
When Johnny Sketch and The Dirty Notes took the stage at the 2014 Beartrap Summer Festival, there was one guy who popped up to his feet and got down with his bad self. He was in such a good mood, dancing the night away, that the band even pointed him out multiple times during their performance
Johnny Sketch and The Dirty Notes brought Beartrap Summer Festival 2014 to a close with a combination of percussion, strings and brass---saxophone and trumpet notes belted into the audience as the group performed for more than an hour and a half
Johnny Sketch and The Dirty Notes belted out a rhythmic jazz with saxophones, guitars, bass and guitars Saturday night, as they took the stage as the last performance of the evening. Beartrap Summer Festival closed out the day with a group of festival goers dancing, eating, and generally having a good time
This may be the only festival you attend this summer where your four-legged friend is just as welcome as your neighbor, kid, or spouse. Yep--Beartrap Summer Festival welcomes Fido.
And in the spirit of having dogs attend the festival, we thought a photo gallery of some faces that stopped to give us a sniff and a wag would be appropriate
Wyoming native and favorite, Jalan Crossland, came up to Beartrap Summer Festival's 20th anniversary to do what he does best - be himself and play amazing songs.
Multi-talented Spencer Bohren wasn't afraid to pass along the microphone to fellow acts at Beartrap Summer Festival this year---especially when they happen to be his talented family. Take a peek at the various performers, as well as Bohren himself, in the photo gallery below
Typically a duo team, the Tremors bring an awful lot of bluegrass sound to the Beartrap Summer Festival stage with a mix of expertise and love for the music.
Take a look at the second band to take the stage this afternoon at #beartrap in the photo gallery below
Spencer Bohren is mighty talented himself--but at the Beartrap Summer Festival, he highlights a range of voices that complement his own. Probably because they're his family. Check out this Buddy Holly song that he performs with his daughter