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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/19/2016 - 11/20/2016
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Old Tucson

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What  do you get when the best gunfight reenactor groups gather to perform at Old Tucson’s iconic set from TV’s classic western, “The High Chaparral?” A truly singular event that celebrates the Hollywood version of the Wild West!

Saddle up for the Shoot-Out at the Chaparral!  See a variety of old west characters and gunfighter groups from across the southwest and beyond riding into Old Tucson for a rendezvous and to strut their stuff. This year’s shootout will feature a variety of entertaining performances by The Guns of Cripple Creek, Prescott Regulators & Their Shady Ladies, Tombstone Cowboys, and the Pioneer Gunfighters Association.

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Presented by Dr. Buck Productions, the Shoot-Out at the Chaparral is a rootin’ tootin’ western experience showcasing all of the hallmarks of the American West made famous by Hollywood.  Gunfighter groups perform live original western plays featuring brawls, stunts, and gunfights.  The groups won’t be dispensing lead and six-gun justice in front of false façade sets – they’ll be “shooting” on location at the High Chaparral ranch house, used in the TV series!

The Shoot-Out at the Chaparral is included with regular admission to Old Tucson.  The action is nonstop on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19 and 20 from 10:30 am until the last shot is fired around 4 p.m.  Performances include dramatic, humorous, and historical reenactments and plays

Additional activities include:

  • Lee Anderson and his horse Concho
  • An 1880s Costume Contest
  • A variety of vendors, offering an assortment of Old and New West items and rare finds
  • Plus, Old Tucson’s stunt shows, living history presentations, musicals and more!

So gather up your posse of family and friends and ride on out to Old Tucson, “Where the Spirit of the Old West Comes Alive,” and enjoy a full day of family fun Wild West good times!

 

2 Comments

  1. Old Tucson should put back that original “sign” that hung over the entrance to the High Chaparral/ ranch ( sign said: HIGH CHAPARRAL) You can see most times on the T.V show.

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