Horn in the West Offers Discount with Sale of the Summer Tickets This Weekend, July 21 and 22

Published Monday, July 16, 2018 at 11:22 am

Receive a discounted price with Sale of the Summer or Friends and Family Night.

By Hailey Blevins

See Horn in the West on Saturday, July 21 or Sunday, July 22 for a discounted price of $15, a $20 drop from the usual price to see this spectacular drama. This discount is for both adults and children. To receive the discounted tickets, you simply have to mention the Weekend Sale or Sale of the Summer.

Discounted tickets are available through the website, horninthewest.com or by calling the ticket office at 828-264-2120. You can also purchase your tickets at the gate.

Not able to make it on these dates? No worries! Horn in the West has you covered with Friends and Family Night every Wednesday. On Friends and Family Night, locals receive $12 general admission tickets.

Horn in the West is the nation’s oldest Revolutionary War drama. Frontiersman Daniel Boone and the mountain settlers of the region fight to preserve their freedom during the years before and during the War for Independence in this outdoor drama. By the end of the production, you’ll be imagining yourself as a frontiersman raising a family as you fight for your independence too.

This year, the show will return to a Kermit Hunter script, directed by Britt Corry who, “brings a wealth of theatrical experience to the performance.” The beloved Fire Dance will also be returning. Some previous actors will be making an appearance in this year’s show, including Darrell King as Reverend Sims and Jenny Cole as Widow Howard.

If you haven’t seen Horn in the West yet, they invite you to come out for their 67th season and see these popular additions. House gates open at 7:30 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. If you get there earlier, be sure to visit the Hickory Ridge Museum, which opens at 5:30 p.m., while you wait.

Visit the Tatum Cabin and other historical buildings for a taste of the show’s setting before the production starts.

To read more about the adventures of the mountain community before the War for Independence or to purchase your tickets online, visit the Horn in the West website: https://www.horninthewest.com/home

 

 

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