‘Bells & Boots’ cowboy concert hails advent of Jubilee of Trees

This publicity photo shows the Bar J Wranglers who deliver a concert Wednesday, the eve of the 2016 Jubilee of Trees, which runs from Nov. 17-21 at the Dixie Center St. George, a primary fundraiser for Intermountain Healthcare’s Dixie Regional Medical Center. This year the medical center’s fundraiser looks to support facilities and services for mothers and newborns. St. George, Utah | St. George News

ST. GEORGE – The Bar J Wranglers, straight from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, will again kick off the annual Jubilee of Trees with a boot-stompin’ good time, all to the benefit of women and newborn care and services in Southern Utah.

Jubilee of Trees 2015, St. George, Utah, November 2015 | photo courtesy of Intermountain Healthcare Foundation, St. George News
This 2015 photo shows a tree thematically named “I’ll be Home for Christmas” designed by Judy Jolley and her son Trevor, a veteran of the Iraq War, at the Jubilee of Trees 2015, Dixie Center St. George, St. George, Utah, November 2015 | Photo courtesy of Intermountain Healthcare Foundation, St. George News

This sell-out concert features cowboy music, ranch humor, talented musicians, great harmony, fast fiddlin’ and usually a cowboy poem or two.

The show will preview the Jubilee of Trees on Wednesday night at the Dixie Center St. George. Doors open at 6 p.m., music starts at 7 p.m. and the concert ends at 9 p.m.

A $25 ticket includes a first look at the 2016 Jubilee, a chocolate dessert bar, and of course the Bar J Wrangler’s best-in-the-west show: “Bells & Boots.”

A community favorite, the Bar J Wranglers have performed nationwide alongside famous performers such as Roy Rogers and Randy Travis. The Bar J Wranglers include Bryan Humphrey, Donnie Cook, Danny Rogers, Tim Hodgson and Scott Humphrey.

Together, these cowboys create a hand-clappin,’ boot-stompin’ great time that never disappoints.

Come for the cowboys and stay for the chocolate. The ever-decadent chocolate dessert bar is a favorite grub stop at this concert that is always sure to please.

All Jubilee Shoppes will be open after the concert for those who wish to call (or yodel) first dibs on Jubilee trees and holiday wares.

Under the direction of the Intermountain Foundation at Dixie Regional Medical Center, the annual  “Bells & Boots” concert and Jubilee of Trees events raise funds for the improvement of health care in the community.

“Bells & Boots” is generously sponsored by Dats Trucking.

For more information, or to reserve tickets, visit Dixie Regional’s webpage for the Jubilee of Trees or telephone 435-251-2480. All tickets are general admission, concert-goers are encouraged to arrive early for the best seats.

Event details

  • What: Bar J. Wranglers “Bells & Boots” concert with preview of the Jubilee of Trees.
  • When: Wednesday, Nov. 16 | Doors open at 6 p.m., concert runs from 7-9 p.m.
  • Where: Jubilee of Trees at the Dixie Center St. George, 1835 S. Convention Center Drive in St. George.
  • Cost: $25 general admission | Concert typically sells out; buy tickets online | Call telephone 435-251-2480 for more information.

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  • .... November 14, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    It’s a good fundraiser and a great way to help people in need. but if you need to pay to get in you won’t find RealLowlife or Dumbob in there

    • Bob November 14, 2016 at 1:49 pm

      Brother Dump can’t go bc he spent the money on pills, bless his heart.

      • .... November 14, 2016 at 4:03 pm

        Ha ha sister Dumbob couldn’t resist LOL ! Ha ha ha ha ha your special little buddy should be along any time now ! L0L

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