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Rockin' B Ranch opens for the season this Friday.

— Rockin' B Ranch's 16th Anniversary Season opens Friday, June 11th, and you and your family are guaranteed great music, outstanding comedy, fantastic food and lots of plain fresh fun, all at one low price. These shows have pleased and thrilled family audiences for 15 years with their dedication to Western/Cowboy musical tradition and to genuine hospitality. This year, they're featuring all new shows. First, the outdoor shootout show: Twilight at Spokane Bridge pits the evil vampire Count Cecil B. DeMule, and his dyslexic assistant, Igro, against the forces of good represented by Sheriff Dusty Bicuspid and the newly appointed District Attorney Skunk Forrester. In the middle of it all, well meaning Catarina Sarsparilla, owner of the Saloon that wants to be a Salon, battles furiously to overcome her attraction to the dark side so she can pay the note on her property and save her soul! Also this year: a new Western/Cowboy after-dinner Concert with The Riders of the Rockin' B: Scott and Pamela Brownlee, JayDean Ludiker, Sam Mazzola, and new, this year, Gordon Grove. The theme of the Rockin' B for 2010 is the great Cowboy/Western Movies, so each song in this 80 minute show comes from the great Westerns of our time. The audience will recognize many of the tunes, and will discover some surprising new ones. Plus, each concert is punctuated by a 10-minute "McManus Moment," by Patrick F. McManus, starring Tim Behrens. Rockin' B Ranch is just 100 yards south of Interstate 90 (I-90) Exit 299 (in WA). You can get tickets online at www.rockinbranch.com or by calling the box office Tuesdays thru Saturdays, 11am to 5pm, 509-891-9016.


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