Bobcat Pass Cowboy Evenings in Red River, NM featuring the live music of Syd Masters!

COWBOY MUSIC * MOUNTAIN VIEWS * WOODSTOVE HEAT * HORSES * WILDLIFE                   Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures   575-754-2769   1670 Hwy 38, Red River, NM 87558               36.70161376049083, -105       

Celebrate 33 consecutive years of great food and western entertainment with opening night on June 18, 2024! Thanks to your hosts Henry & Sue Lewis, this is one of the longest running shows of its kind in all of the West. A variety of western music's finest pickers join Syd on stage throughout the season to bring you the best in cowboy entertainment. This summer we will serve thousands of rib-eye steaks fresh off the big grill along with all the fixin's to many happy patrons every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday throughout the season. Meals are served at 6:00PM. This is a family style show with music, humor, trivia, and free prizes given away every evening! And you won't want to miss the nightly special appearance by Hank & Lily the Mountain Horse! Choose the best date for you and your group to visit the high country and enjoy a Cowboy Evening!                 June 18, 22, 25, 29  * July 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30  *  August 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31

Steeped in rich history, Red River was once a stomping ground for Ute and Jicarilla Apaches, who raided nearby pueblos and roamed the region. By the 19th century, the area was known as River City, discovered by explorers, fur trappers and prospectors. Red River, NM was put on the map in the 1870's when miners from the Moreno Valley discovered gold in the area. Red River was a prosperous mining camp by 1895, with gold, silver, and copper in abundance. At this time the population was estimated around 3,000. Today the town is filled with travelers seeking cool summer temperatures and high-country activities such as fishing, horseback riding, off road adventures, hiking and more. Wintertime sees a new crop of visitors come to town for the skiing and snowmobile tours. No matter what time of year, live music has long been a foundation of the Red River experience. Music festivals, dinner shows (Cowboy Evenings), nightclubs and dance halls have prospered for more than 150 years on the streets and in the mountains of Red River, NM. I am excited and proud to have been part of that entertainment scene playing music across three decades, with many years still to come. Please come visit us and make sure to say howdy, whether at the show or on the street. We're all friends here in Red River!

Your pal,                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Syd Masters