Buckin Wild Music Fest Heads To Amarillo, Texas

 Buckin Wild Music Fest Announces New Stop

The Buckin Wild Music Festival is stopping in Amarillo, Texas only a day at the exciting Amrillo National Center. The festival is considered one of the top tours, festivals, and rockin road trips by Great American Country. Obviously, this festival is guaranteed to be a good time.

Buckin Wild stops in Amarillo on July 16 and opens its door to an exciting day at 1 pm. What should you expect at this anticipated event? No less than forty skilled bull-riders, and their PBR bulls! Meanwhile, visitors will enjoy the music of nine Texas Red Dirt, Country, and Tejano artists. The artists include Tyler Wilhelm & A Few Dollars More, JB and the Moonshine Band, JW Lane & Country Road X, Comanche Moon, and others!

Cowboys get ready for the time on their chance to bull ride
Cowboys get ready for the time on their chance to bull ride

Buckin Wild celebrated its third annual year in April, 2016. The festival is carrying on its tradition of attracting and amazing the people of Western Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle, and yonder. Additionally, the festival’s first two years alone attracted over 5,000 people!

Buckin Wild’s founder and producer, Donny G. Liles shares his excitement over the festival. He says, “What’s happening now continues to validate our vision for the festival’s of keeping it real.” Also a managing partner of ALL Entertainment LLC , Wild continues to illuminate on the festival’s vision, “In just three years, we already have a first-rate lineup of great talent to deliver fantastic entertainment. This is part of what makes Buckin Wild unique – the connection among the artists and the fans. On and off the stage, everyone has a great time.”


FestPop San Francisco Staff Writer Mandy Losk
FestPop San Francisco Staff Writer Mandy Losk
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