A celebration of the American West is always a good idea, even if you’re not into hunting.
If you’re in the mood for some great outdoors, we’ve got the Wild Western Fest for you.
The festival, which has been held annually since 1993, will be held Friday at Pasadena’s Longwood Gardens and Pasadena’s Pasadena City Hall.
The celebration is free and open to the public.
The lineup of speakers includes Tom Waits, Billie Holiday, and more.
The park is also holding a festival this year with performances by The Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Bob Marley, and other artists.
In 2018, the festival will also feature the first live outdoor concert from the Grateful Dead, and the city of Longwood will be hosting a carnival for a second year.
The event, which runs from Feb. 5-8, is free to attend and includes music, arts and crafts, a haunted house, a scavenger hunt, live entertainment, a raffle, face painting, face sculpting, and a silent auction.
More about Longwood, California, California events and culture, wild west, hunting, outdoor source Politico article You can expect the wild west to come alive at the Wildwestern Festival on Friday, Feb. 4, 2018 at Longwood Parks and Recreation Center.
The free outdoor event will be hosted by the Pasadena City Council, Pasadena’s Parks and Rec department and Pasadena City Attorney, and it will include free admission to the Longwood Garden and Pasadena city hall.
The Wildwestern Fest will include a full lineup of artists from the Wildwest, including Tom Waites, Billies Holiday, Bob Dylan, Johnny Berry, Bob Seger, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Stevi Hopkins, John Legend, George Strait, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and others.
You can also enjoy live music and food trucks and food vendors, as well as other entertainment and activities.
There will also be a carnaval, face carving, face sculptures, and face sculpts.
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