First Annual ‘Wild West Heat Fest’ to Take Over Cheyenne this Friday

This Friday, rap/hip hop fans in Cheyenne Wyoming will get a chance to experience an event unlike any the city has seen before. At least that’s the hope for Presidential Studios and the organizers behind the first annual ‘Wild West Heat Fest’ music festival. The event, set to be the biggest, is the third show put on by Presidential just this year, who have already presented shows by Mozzy and Cory Gunz in an attempt to bring some new flavor to a city that usually gets a few good country shows at best.

Cash Money recording artist and Denver Colorado up and comer Trev Rich is set to headline the festival that will take place this Friday, June 16th at the AmVets Post 10 in Cheyenne. The event, hosted by DJ Full Metal, is also set to feature some of the best that the region has to offer with performance’s from Y-O, Mike Seven Duece, Trey Wrks and Kid Vegas among many others.

With many Colorado and Wyoming artists set to appear, this event hopes to shine a light on the music style’s scene for the area, and hopefully pave the way for more shows like this one in the future.

Tickets and information can be found at The Presidential Studio’s official Facebook page and start at $15 for general admission. A Trev Rich meet and greet package is also available for $75.

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