Wednesday Opening Night Supper featuring Dave Stamey


1 Opening Night Supper ticket.
Non-reserved seating
Doors open 5:00 pm
Dinner served 6:00 pm
May 23, 2018
No Host Bar
Charles Brown Auditorium

619 in stock

The Bishop Mule Days Celebration is excited to welcome back seven-time winner of the Western Music Hall of Fame Entertainer of the Year, Dave Stamey. From cowboy to mule packer, dude wrangler, and celebrated musician, Stamey tells stories through soulful vocals and guitar melodies. A crowd and industry favorite, this legend will be taking the stage at the Mule Days Opening Night Supper to share his acclaimed songs; from fan favorites like “Wild Sierra,” to his newly released “Let Me Sell You a Dream.”

For more than 15 years, Stamey has returned to the Bishop Mule Days Celebration. With each performance, Mule Days audiences have laughed, tapped their toes and cheered with delight at Stamey’s heart-touching performances. Through his authentic Western music, as well as in his every-day life, this self-proclaimed “Buckaroo Man” embodies the heart of the Sierra and the true Western lifestyle as a whole. Every lyric and vocal is an opportunity to journey through the life and truth of the Western experience. Everyone, regardless of background, can relate to the stories and songs by this guitar-strumming poet.

Joining Stamey onstage in a cameo appearance for a night of timeless entertainment is two-time Western Music Association Entertainer of the Year, Kristyn Harris. Harris brings a modern-day voice and youthful perspective while staying true to the root of cowboy music and the Western lifestyle. Or as Stamey himself says of her, “She’s one of the brightest young talents in this or any other genre…

This popular Bishop Mule Days Celebration event will sell out quickly! Doors open 5 pm.

To learn more about Stamey and his music, visit

Kristyn Harris’ story and music can be found at

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