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SHERIDAN, WY – This September, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars returns to Sheridan, Wyoming, with an all-new, inspiring Bighorn Mountain program. This year’s Rolls-Royce program takes place from September 12-15; during that time, Sheridan Travel & Tourism, Rolls-Royce and the Wyoming Office of Tourism will present a series of events aimed at showcasing the arts, artists and artisans of northern Wyoming. Arriving in tandem with Rolls-Royce are a group of talented journalists from across the country, each poised to write about Sheridan, and ready to present stories of our beautiful community to regional, national and international audiences.

Many of our events include a public component, and I’d be delighted if you’d join us in celebrating Sheridan’s rich artistic and cultural legacy.

On Wednesday, September 13, Wyoming’s own Jalan Crossland will put his musical talents on display at the Whitney Center for the Arts; the performance begins at 7:00pm, and tickets are available through the WYO Theater box office. wyotheater.com

On Thursday, September 14, the public is invited to a showcase at the Brinton Museum, from 4:00pm-6:00pm. The Brinton’s “Wyoming Point of View” exhibition features the work of Lorenzo Chavez, Bruce Graham, Skip Whitcomb, Kathy Wipfler and Dan Young. Admission is free, and tickets are not required.

Hosting events of this caliber is an opportunity for Sheridan to solidify its position as one of the country’s most remarkable lifestyle and recreation destinations. The Wyoming experience lives in every ponderosa pine, worn-out saddle, old paint brush, and busted banjo string in Sheridan. Life out here is authentically West, and a glimpse at Wyoming the way it was always meant to be. We’re thrilled to share these experiences with Rolls-Royce, our visiting media, and everyone in our community.

For more information on this series of events, please contact:

Shawn Parker, Executive Director
Sheridan Travel & Tourism
Phone: (307)673-7120
shawn@sheridanwyoming.org

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