Experience the American West of yesterday and today without blowing your entertainment budget.
It’s four hours of entertainment and an all-you-can-eat meal for only $35.
Bring the kids along, because children ages 3 to 12 are only $10, and the little ones are FREE!
Included in the ticket price is an All-You-Can-Eat Chuckwagon Dinner, a fabulous stage show by the world-famous Prairie Rose Rangers, wagon rides, free movies and popcorn, and much, much more.
The shows are filled with family-friendly entertainment for young and old alike, so there's no need to get a babysitter for the kids: It’s the best entertainment value around!
The Prairie Rose Chuckwagon is a great place to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events. And it’s the perfect place to bring your out-of-town guests.
Rusty Rierson will pay tribute to his friend, Don Williams, by performing many of his hit songs.
Country Music Hall of Fame member, Don Williams passed away in 2017. Kansas country music performer, Rusty Rierson had become friends with Don, and had spent some time with him. Don even gave Rusty a song to record. In memory of Don Williams, Rusty will sing many of the songs that made him famous.
As always, the gates open at 5pm, with the all-you-can-eat chuckwagon supper at 6:30. Come early and take a wagon ride or watch a cowboy movie.
For this special night, area square dancers will showcase their dancing.
The all-you-can-eat chuckwagon supper is at 6:30, but you're invited to come early for the square dance in the Cassidy Room. Gates open at 5pm. You can also take a wagon ride or watch a cowboy movie. After supper, you'll be entertained by the cowboy music and comedy of the Prairie Rose Rangers. There will also be a square dance demonstration during the show.
America's premiere western group, the Sons of the Pioneers return to the Prairie Rose.
The legendary Sons of the Pioneers were started by Roy Rogers in 1934 and the group has continued ever since. For 84 years, the Sons of the Pioneers have been performing their classics like "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," "Cool Water," "(Ghost) Riders in the Sky," and many more. They are members of both the Western Music Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Come early and take a wagon ride or watch a Roy Rogers movie featuring the Sons of the Pioneers. The all-you-can-eat chuckwagon supper is at 6:30, followed by the show.