Last Dance for Horn season....

Article Published: Jul. 29, 2010 | Modified: Sep. 7, 2011

With only a few weeks left, summer is quickly coming to an end. The time has come to make a final beach trip, family visit, and of course a traditional stop at Horn in the West.

There is no better way to support the local arts, as well as save some money, than to enjoy the action and drama that is found in the retelling of our nation's rich history at Horn in the West.

Experience history live as we relive the sacrifices and contributions made by the mountain settlers in the name of freedom during the war for independence.

Written by Dr. Kermit Hunter, Horn in the West provides a fun and unique way to learn about North Carolina's history.

With only two weeks remaining, now is the perfect time to reserve your seats.

Residents of the High Country Area rejoice: we have a special offer for you. Our closing weekend (August 12, 13, and 14) a discount will be offered to the following counties: Ashe, Alleghany, Wilkes, Alexander, Catawba, Burke, Avery, Caldwell, and Watauga.

Anyone who resides within or pays taxes in these counties can purchase show tickets for less than half the normal price.

With proof of residency you can purchase unlimited discount tickets. Horn in the West is a great opportunity to enjoy a "Staycation" to both save money and help maintain North Carolina's arts.
Horn in the West, the Nation's Oldest Revolutionary War Outdoor Drama, runs June 18 through August 14 at 8 p.m. on Tuesday through Sunday in Watauga County.

To learn more and order all tickets call 828-264-2120 or visit online at

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