Mule Days Tickets are now on sale
Submitted by Mule Days
February 1, 2016
The countdown to the 2016 Bishop Mule Days Celebration is underway! Tickets for this year’s event go on sale Monday, February 1, 2016 on the Mule Days website at www.MuleDays.org or at the office on Main Street. Ticket packages abound this year and the entertainment promises to be amazing!
This year’s featured entertainment events include the Opening Night Supper with Dave Stamey on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, and a “Back to Our Western Roots” concert on Thursday, May 26, 2016 featuring Michael Martin Murphey.
Dave Stamey, the 2015 Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year, will be promoting his new album, “Western Stories,” as well as playing from all of his famous melodies. Baxter Black said of his friend, “It doesn’t matter if you are a grade grower, feedlot cowboy, an electrician, car salesman, deputy sheriff, horse shoer, own a tire shop, ranch, or an English Major at Stanford, Davey will touch your heart – with laughter and reflection.” Tickets for the Opening Night Super are $35.00.
In 2014, Michael Martin Murphey was named one of the Top 50 Best Country Western Singers of All Time, alongside of artists like Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson. Other critics credit him with working to preserve the heritage and beauty of the American West through his story-telling and beautiful lyrics. Tickets for this show are $40.00 for general admission and $60.00 for VIP Reserved Seats with a Meet and Greet prior to the show.
All other ticket packages go on sale on Monday, February 1st as well and those packages can be viewed on the website. Packages range from all access passes to the Mule Events and entertainment to individual tickets for various events. Ticket packages range in price but are guaranteed to provide people what they are looking for. Tickets are sure to go fast, so get yours now! Don’t wait to buy at the door!
For more information, visit our website at www.MuleDays.org or call the office at (760) 872-4263.
cover photo by Arnie Palu