Saddle up for the Bar J Wranglers

After 44 years the Bar J Wranglers of Jackson are hanging up their hats! The renowned group will perform in Wheatland on Friday evening, October 22nd at the Agriplex. Tickets can be purchased only at the Wandering Hermit Bookstore. For more details call 331-0010, 331-1500, or 322-6232.

The Bar J Wranglers, world famous singing cowboys from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, will perform in Wheatland at the Platte County Agriplex on Friday, October 22nd. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. The Bar J Wranglers will entertain the entire family with western harmonies straight from the range, cowboy stories and jokes that will have you laughing in the aisles, and an evening of inspiration that will continue to lift your spirits long after the show. After 44 years of performing in Jackson Hole at the Bar J Chuckwagon, the Wranglers are on their farewell tour.

The event, coordinated by Platte County Main Street, is something you do not want to miss. Tickets are available only at the Wandering Hermit Bookstore and Gifts in historic downtown Wheatland. After expenses proceeds will go toward developing a courtyard at the new Agriplex.

Babe Humphrey founded the Bar J Wranglers more than four decades ago, and his sons, Scott and Bryan have carried on the family tradition ever since, along with Tim Hodgson, Donnie Cook and Danny Rogers (Platte County’s own). The Bar J Wranglers have performed all over the world, bringing their style of western music, close-knit harmony, outrageous comedy and remarkable musicianship to people of all ages and backgrounds.

They are looking forward to performing in Wheatland as part of their farewell tour. Scott Humphrey said, “It gives us another opportunity to meet with the fans, and it gives them the opportunity to share the fun of the Bar J Wranglers with their families and friends.”

Over the years the Bar J Wranglers have performed with many Western music legends such as Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Randy Travis and have been featured on numerous television and radio programs.

If you are interested in being a sponsor, please contact Chuck Brown at 307-331-0010.