All about the drama…
Horn in the West is the nation”s oldest Revolutionary War drama! Frontiersman, Daniel Boone and the struggle for freedom during the War for Independence will come to life right before your eyes. The drama focuses on the settlers who came to the Blue Ridge Mountains, their experiences with the Cherokee Indians, and how the future of our nation was founded.
When & Where
Horn in the West is an outdoor drama held in Boone, NC. It runs from June 27- August 16 this year and there are nightly performances, except on Mondays. The pre-show is at 7:30 and the main show starts at 8 each night.Inflatable 20′ Rampage Slide
If you are driving from Wilkesboro, you will need to hop on US-421 North towards Boone. Once you have arrived in Boone, take a left at the Us-421 and US-105 intersection. Then take the first right onto Horn Ave. After the first stop sign, Horn in the West will be on your left!
General Admission… $20 for Adults, $10 for Children (12 and under)
Gold Level Seating… $25 for Adults, $13 for Children (12 and under) *First few rows of upper and lower sections
VIP Package… $34 for Adults, $24 for Children (12 and under) *This package includes: Complimentary Rain Insurance, Souvenir Program, VIP Lanyard, Guided Museum Tour, Daniel Boone Native Gardens Admission, Special Gift, Seat Cushion, Popcorn and a Drink
1. Go see the Play!! How often do you get to see a play in an outdoor theatre nestled among the beautiful Blue Ridge MountainsInflatable 20′ Rampage Slide?
2. Take the kids! This is a family friendly event, and the kids will love it. Not only will they enjoy the entertainment, but they will be learning about the first settlers in this country!
3. Get Involved. Horn in the West would not be possible without the great actors, crew members, and generous supporters!